The Lower Manaslu Trekking towards Lower region of Manaslu in Nepal starts from Kathmandu Valley after driving 3 hours to Cable car station towards Kuringtar and about 10 minuted Nepal’s first cable car to Manakamana Temple. Manakamana Temple is known as the place for wish-fulfilling and Royal Goddess of King Gorkha. Lower Manaslu Trekking is said to be recently introduced trek around the area of the lower region of Manaslu with unique experiences of different historical, religious, ecological, and cultural significances of Gorkha district. Gorkha was the earliest capital of Nepal which is also said to be the origin of modern Nepal after late King Prithvi Narayan Shah unified Nepal. You can see different ancient arts and architectures in Gorkha that introduces the great history of Nepal. The trail towards Lower Manaslu consists many different beautifully settled villages along with warm and welcoming local people, and their unique culture and traditions. The Lower Manaslu Trekking gives you full satisfaction of the whole journey for your life experience. We’ll visit Gorkhali Temple which is dedicated to Goddess Kali, a royal family goddess.
Apart from Gorkha, the other main highlights of the trek are Barpak Village which is said to be the village of army men. You can find 24 hours electricity facility in the village along with the best internet speed, and well-organized homestay and hotels facility. While moving towards Laprak Village, you can notice the unique culture of Gurung people with an awesome landscape and breathtaking panorama of beautiful Himalayas including Annapurna, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Barashikkhar, Gangapurna, Langtang, Machhapuchhre, Himal Chuli, Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, Buddha Himal, Sringi Himal and many others. After enjoying the natural beauties of Laprak Village, we move towards Dharche Dada along the route of Namabai Kharka. The viewpoint of Darcha Dada gives you the best Mountain View in the Annapurna region. We’ll drive back to Kathmandu from after reaching Gyampesal through the route of Talli Thotnery.