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Manaslu base camp is a thrilling and adventurous journey that takes us through the trail of Mount Manaslu. “Mountain Of Soul” also known as mount Manaslu lies at the height of 8163m. Mount Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain peak in the world and is an adventurous spot that lies in the mid-western part of Nepal, in between the Ganesh Himal and Annapurna Himalayan ranges. Mount Manaslu lies between Nepal and Tibet. Japanese mountaineer Tosio Lmanishi along with Nepalese Gyalzen Norbu was the first person to climb Mount Manaslu. Trekking to Manaslu base camp was publicly opened in 1992, and since then people have been great discovering this place. The base camp of Manaslu lies at 4800m, giving us a scenic view and insights into a rudimental rural civilization that typically represents the Tibetan lifestyle. The trail to Manaslu base camp is beautifully decorated with Tibetan villages, monasteries, and Gompa including the oldest one called “Sama Gompa”. We also get the view of 3 other peaks of Manaslu known as “Japanese peaks”. The trail is also covered with green vegetation, flora, and fauna of the Manaslu Conservation Area along with a close-up view of Mount Manaslu and Himlung Himal. You also get to witness many Tibetan people who still have a very unique lifestyle, follow their traditions and have their different languages. The trek to Manaslu base camp can be challenging but adventurous. You need to be physically and mentally strong for this trek.