A Trek Enriched With Hindu And Buddhist Culture.

Manaslu and Langtang Region

Manaslu Region provides an offbeat trekking experience due to its adventurous suspension bridges and the hidden Tsum Valley. Rich in ancient art, culture, and the Tibetan Buddhist religion, many parts of the region were off-limit for visitors and only opened in recent years. Varying from 1905m in Lokpa to over 5093m at Ngala Dhojhyang-pass on the Tibetan border and surrounded by the Boudha Himal and Himal Chuli to the west, Ganesh Himal to the south & Sringi Himal to the North, the region also goes through the Larkey La pass (5200m), views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kangguru and the huge Annapurna II promising trek to give you an insight into Tibetan Buddhist culture and mountain living styles.

Langtang Region is the perfect combination of nature, culture, and an amusing geographical setup. Falling the Langtang national par, it is the home of the Red Panda, pangolin, musk deer, and many other mountain floras and faunas. Valleys like The lama hotel, Kyanjin gompa, and Sing gompa enrich the cultural heritage of Tamang while the Holy lake for Hindus, Gosainkunda, at an altitude of 4200msets it as a Hindu pilgrimage.