The Manaslu region is located in the central part of Nepal and is home to Mount Manaslu, the eighth highest peak in the world (8,163 meters). The region is a popular trekking destination that offers a less crowded alternative to the popular Everest and Annapurna regions.
Trekking in the Manaslu region typically takes around 14 to 21 days and includes crossing the Larkya La pass (5,135 meters), which is one of the highest passes in Nepal. The trek offers spectacular views of Mount Manaslu, as well as other peaks in the region such as Himal Chuli (7,893 meters) and Ngadi Chuli (7,871 meters).
The Manaslu region is also home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including the endangered snow leopard and the Himalayan tahr. The region is also home to several ethnic groups, including the Nubri and Tsum people, who have their own unique culture and traditions.
In addition to trekking, the Manaslu region also offers opportunities for mountaineering expeditions, including the summit of Mount Manaslu itself. Trekking in the Manaslu region requires a trekking permit from the Nepalese government and is best undertaken with an experienced guide or trekking company.