Words are not to describe the beauty of Himalayas. You can read our previous articles on useful tips about planning budget, itinerary or great day trips during the trek for the expedition. Now it’s time to enjoy Manaslu and the Himalayas in the pictures.
Gatekeepers to Larke Pass, at 5 106 meters the highest point of the trek. Manaslu, Nepal.
Snack stall at the market in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Laundry at a local dwell is essential prior to the trek! Kathmandu, Nepal
Little kids begging for chocolate and sweets at the beginning of the trek.
Dal Bhat power = 24 hours. But after 3 dishes, you feel like all energy is gone for good.
Monkey temple in Kathmandu. It’s some hike there but the views are epic!
Monkey temple in details.
Night markets and shiny temples is a great experience. Kathmandu, Nepal.
Durbar square with millions of pigeons. Kathmandu, Nepal.
Dal Bhat. Nepalese national and very common dish. Lentils soup, rice, pickles, veggies and curry potatoes. In each village, they use different local ingredients and the taste can be totally different.
Mules were chasing us everywhere. They are the main heavy load transportation means. Each mule can carry 30kg on each side of the back, 60kg in total.
There were hundreds of waterfalls in the lower part of the trek. Some of them were very far, while the others we had to cross directly.
They said the longest suspension bridge in the Himalayas is on the Manaslu circuit. No particular source to support this info found though.
Majestic views everywhere you look. Day 5 of the trek. Manaslu, Nepal.
In Nepal, they say that whenever you go up, the rule is you have to get down. We were walking along Budhi Gandaki river maybe a week. Sometimes so high it was hard to see it, but then almost washing our feet again.
Budhi Gandaki valley on Manaslu circuit. Nepal.
First attempts of night clouds photography. In the middle of nowhere. Nepal.
Monkey along the way. It looked like a Giant Panda, but it was not.
Picturesque river streams.