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Manaslu Circuit the New Annapurna Circuit Trek

Manaslu Trekking

Do you love adventure trekking? Then why not Nepal. Nepal, the small country with countless Himalayas and snow-capped mountain peaks, is the best destination for trekking. Trekking is all about walking holidays through the terraced fields, valley, Himalayan rugged path, mountain villages, green lush jungles and the Himalayan glacier. If you dream about trekking to Himalayas, you might wish to be either in Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Circuit. But do you think, Manaslu is growing as the alternative of these popular treks.

For an incredible trekking experience, manaslu is the best trek just right for you. This off-the-beaten-path trek is being an alternative to the evergreen classic trek, Annapurna Circuit. Manaslu circuit trek is a section of Manaslu / Ganesh Himal Great Himalaya Trail.

Manaslu Circuit Trek
Manaslu Circuit Trek, Pic: Nepal Hiking Team

No doubt, Annapurna circuit has the fame for best trek in Nepal after Everest Base Camp but due to the road development and many more facilities, the real adventure of trekking has been lost. Instead, another tea house trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek has been replacing this popular trek and is being the trek which Nepal trekkers mostly searched over the search engines typing keywords Manalsu Trek, Manaslu Trek Nepal, Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Manaslu Circuit Trek is about 2 weeks tea house trek (can be three weeks if added Tsum Valley) which circumnavigates the world's eighth highest peak with an elevation 8156m from sea level. Less crowded as compared to Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit Trek, trekkers need a special permit to trek to Manaslu Trail as this is the restricted trekking area. Contact NEST Adventure for Manalsu Circuit Trek permit, TIMS Card and travel arrangements.

Manaslu trekking trail was affected by the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake and since spring 2016, it has been re-opened for trekking.

Visit our Manaslu Trekking page for more information about the trip.
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