Manaslu Region is among the restricted trekking region of Nepal by the Government of Nepal. This well preserved and protected region offers trekkers the abundance of high altitude passes, mountains, hills, rivers, lakes and real Nepalese village of different ethnic community. Nepal Hiking Himalaya presents two distinctive trekking packages to savor the region naturally and culturally to the fullest. Manaslu Region lies in the north western part of Nepal and is somewhat closer to the Kathmandu Valley. The region encompasses through the historical places of Nepal Lamjung and Gorkha along with the Dhading district. Nepal Hiking Himalaya has divided the two packages for the region in terms of the diversified attractions. Tsum Valley Trekking is the trekking in the hidden basin of happiness ensuring the wilderness adventure journey experience while Manaslu Circuit trekking is the diversified trekking trail with the trekkers passing by the hilly rural environment to the upper Himalayan belt environment. The contrasting attractions that you find in the region ensure the great opportunity to get back every penny spent by trekkers for the trip. Unlimited rivers, streams, waterfalls and lakes make this place rich in water resources. The lofty peaks and high altitude Himalayan passes makes the place equally enchanting snow covered trails. The sub tropical to alpine passing by the temperate forest makes this ecological forest trekking. From Aryan to Mongolian and Tibetan background of multi tribal community villages makes this culturally as well as anthropologically rich destination. Therefore, these unique components make Manaslu Region as the most vibrant trekking region of Nepal. If time permits and if you are willing to visit the epicenter of 2015 April Earthquake Barpak Village then Nepal Hiking Himalaya Treks & Expedition would be happy to customize the trip under Manaslur region as well. Book packages of Manaslu Region Trekking for the observation of unrivalled natural wonders and experience the impeccable hospitality of multiethnic people of the region.