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Manaslu Conservation Area

The Manaslu area in Gorkha district is a classic setting to experience pristine mountain nature and culture. With proposed plans for conserving the heritages of the area, it is also an ideal place for village tourism experience that Nepal’s famous for. The conservation area starts at 600 metres and is crowned by the eighth highest peak in the world Mt. Manaslu at 8,163 metres. The region is home to 29 species of mammals including snow leopard, musk deer and Himalayan Tahr. There are over 20 species of birds and three species of reptiles. Vegetation includes 200 species of plants, more than 50 of which are useful for various purposes.

  • Entry Fee Per Person Per Day:
  • For Nepalese Nationals, Free
  • For SAARC Nationals, Rs. 200/-
  • For Other Foreign Nationals, Rs. 1000/-
  • (Note: Entrance fee not required for children under 10 years).

The entrance to Manaslu Conservation area is at Arughat between Gorkha and Dhading. Arughat can be reached by bus or car in about five to seven hours from Kathmandu. Another entrance is at Daraundi in Gorkha from where the normal route can be reached hiking via Sirdiwas.

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Conservation Areas
Annapurna Conservation Area
Kanchanjunga Conservation
Manaslu Conservation Area
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Dhorepatan Hunting Reserve

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