Manang, the hidden valley of South- Asia lies with an altitude of 3,519 m above the sea level.
The region is situated in the broad valley of the Mashyangdhi river and to the north of the Annapurna mountain range.
Manang remains as a famous salt and yak trading near Tibetan border. It was a protected region which only opened since the 70’s.
Manang has a modern touch with its tradition. No one can feel it is a far remote village. It is the last trekking stop of the Annapurna Circuit trek.
Trekking is not just about sporting and physical movements. Instead, it helps you to understand the lives of the locals. Manang trek encompasses many small, fragmented communities living in peace and harmony. They have their own fascinating culture and tradition.
The northern part of Manang is more conserved in its old style. There are a number of Buddhist monasteries and gumbas around.
If you are looking for a trek with the new culture and all the terrain Nepal offers, then this trek is for you.
The trail will take you along the gorgeous lower valley full of life to the desert like barren upper plateau. The trek will provide you with a splendid view of individual peaks of 8,000 m high.
Exciting trekking destinations in Manang are the glacier lake at the foot of Gangaputra mountain, Bhojo gompa, the village of Braga, Tilicho lake and many more.
You will surely have an unforgettable trip.
Duration :19 Days
Tour Type: Private and Group Tour
Maximum Altitude: 3519 Meters
Trek Difficulty: Moderate