Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Trek
Nepal is considered a haven for thrill-seekers and enthusiasts longing for the great outdoors. It is one of the few destinations in the world that offers you a good mixture of nature, adventure, culture, and arts. No wonder thousands of adventurers all over the world visit Nepal all-year round, especially during its trekking season. Though it currently offers a diverse line-up of various trekking destinations, Nepal only fully opened its doors to tourists in 1991. Since then, the world has seen a growing number of trekking regions in the border of Nepal and Tibet catering to tourists of all kinds. One example of such treks is the Manaslu Circuit trek.
The Manaslu Circuit trek takes you around Mt. Manaslu, the world's eighth highest mountain, rising at a staggering height of 8,163 meters (26,781 ft) above sea level. It offers all the great aspects of a classic trek in Nepal: magnificent scenery, cultural heritage experience and some adrenaline-pumping suspension bridge crossings. Considered a remote and off-the-beaten destination in Nepal, the Manaslu region promises a peaceful and tranquil experience perfect for those trying to run away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Though wild and secluded, this area has various teahouses at every portion of the trail, making this trek a comfortable yet more affordable alternative to the Annapurna and Everest region treks.