This trek lets you circle Mt. Manaslu, the world's eighth highest peak standing tall at 8,156 meters. The trail has teahouses along the way to rest the night halt, but you could also choose a camping trek and sleep under the stars. Untouched by modernization, the local people’s lifestyle has changed little over the centuries. So, traveling through this terrain, you might feel like you have gone back in time. Buddhism is a significant religion here as exhibited by the Buddhist religious communities, and the monasteries. The upholding customs and traditions and the standing architecture are evidence of the shared history between Manaslu and the neighboring territory, Tibet.