Since the terrain can be hard and the days long, hikers on these treks should be in good physical condition and have some previous mountain walking experience. Steep climbing may be involved, although it is never necessary to use ropes. Treks at this level can he arranged for periods of 16 to 21 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should expect to trek above 5416m/17872ft.
Manang Valley Trek 8 days with Tilicho Lake offers a wonderful experience of subtropical forest mixed with arid barren landscapes up to 4900m. A number of old Buddhist monasteries illustrate the area’s rich culture, as well as the breathtaking beauty of the Manang and Marsyangdi Valleys and the high peaks Himalayas.
The Manang Valley is one of the most naturally beautiful places on earth. Manang town is situated at a height of 3519 meters. In the wide valley of the Marshyangdi River, the Manang district lies to the north of the Annapurna region. The scenic hidden kingdom of Manang is the top destination for trekkers from all over the world. One of the main attractions of Manang Trek is its exploration of the hidden gems found in the Manang Valley locales.
Hidden gems include serene lakes at high altitudes, sweeping Gangapurna glaciers, ancient Gompas with breathtaking views, and local villages. On the western ridge of the Manang valley, you will find the world’s highest altitude lake, Tilicho at 4919 meters above sea level, beautiful Khangsar village.
The Manang trek itinerary is one of the premier trekking routes in Nepal. The short trek to Manang is both adventurous and pleasant at the same time. Manang village is the last stop for trekkers walking the spectacular Annapurna circuit Thorung La pass trek Through the Tilicho Lake trek. Manang is also connected to the Upper Mustang region and Muktinath. Locals use the trail to herd their sheep and yaks. There is an old-world charm to the northern part of Manang.
There are many shops, cafes, guesthouses, tea houses, and even a bakery in the town of Manang. Trekking to Manang is such a unique experience. Seeing different ethnic groups in several villages along the way. Passing through scenic forests and open and dry landscapes is amazing. There are several ancient Buddhist monasteries in the Manang Village.
Historically, the locals or “Manangis” were traders. Our excursion around the town will help you acclimatize for a whole day. The area is full of exciting things to see. Some of the attractions in Manang are the Gangapurna Glacier, Bhojo Gompa, Milarepa Cave, and Tilicho Lake.
The once-remote region has developed substantially over the years, and roads are well established. Trekkers and locals can rent Jeeps from Besisahar. Mules, donkeys, or porters are used to transport goods and cargo. Locals have benefited greatly from the link between the Manang district trail and the Annapurna conservation area.
Locals cultivate seasonal crops and herd yaks. Through the booming tourism industry in this region, many locals have been employed and provided with a livelihood. Along the trail, they have opened shops, guesthouses, and teahouses. Himalayan Rescue Association’s Manang Aid Post provides consultation and treatment for acute mountain sickness.
Our Manang trek itinerary leads to a picturesque valley rich in diverse flora and fauna. You will be amazed by the unobstructed view of the snow-capped mountains. Cultural exploration of the local ethnic groups is an exciting part of the Manang trek.
You will love trekking in the midst of nature’s tranquillity, the beautiful Manang trek is a great option for you. It is a moderately challenging trek. Our Manang tour package is reasonably priced. What are you waiting for? Plan your trip today.