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Manaslu Circuit Trek is endowed with spectacular natural features and unique bio-diversities.
Manaslu, a mountainous region in northern part of Gorkha District, has a fragile but diverse natural resource base and a rich cultural environment.
. As per Manaslu conservation Area there are about 9,000 inhabitants living in the area and 2,000 species of plants, 33 mammals, 110 birds, 3 reptiles and 11 butterflies in 11 types of forest have been reported from the area. years.
Manaslu has a lot to offer to the trekkers, from the beautiful scenery of the majestic Himalayan ranges and high altitude glacier lakes to rich biological and cultural diversity. The culture is equally attractive and most follow Buddhism.
The rich cultural heritage is evident in the several large Buddhist monasteries like Shringi Gompa , Ribhum Gompa, Henang gompaas well as Mu and Rachen Gompas . Local examples of the harmony between religion and environmental conservation can be seen throughout the region, as Lamas (religious leaders) from monasteries have prohibited the locals to hunt wildlife.
This has helped the wildlife to prosper and increase in MCA and is a prime habitat for the elusive snow leopard, grey wolf, musk deer, blue sheep and the Himalayan Thar.
Kathmandu to Arughat Bazar by bus/jeep(7-9 hrs).
Arughat to Lapubesi(6-7 hrs).
Lapubesi to Tatopani(4-5 hrs).
Tatopani to Philim(6-7 hrs).
Philim to Deng(5-6 hrs).
Deng to Namrung(6-7 hrs).
Namrung to Lho(5-7 hrs).
Day 8 - 9:
Lho to Sama Gaun & a day rest at Sama Gaun.
Sama Gaun to Samdo(3-4 hrs).
Samdo to Dharmasala(3-4 hrs).
Dharmasala to Bimtang(7-9 hrs).
Bimtang to Dharapani(7-9 hrs).
Dharapani to Besi Sahar by jeep(5-7 hrs).
Besi Sahar to Kathmandu(5-7 hrs).
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