Manaslu Conservation Area

  • Last Updated on Jan 5, 2024

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In 1998, the government of Nepal declared Manaslu a special area (Manaslu Conservation Area) to protect it. This region covers 1663 square kilometres and is home to many different plants and animals. Manaslu has a mix of different environments, like forests and mountains. It's a great home for 33 types of animals, including snow leopards and red pandas.

There are also 110 kinds of birds, 11 types of butterflies, and 3 kinds of reptiles. Around 2000 types of plants grow here, and there are 11 different kinds of forests. More than 50 plants are useful for various things. The weather changes from warm to cold, and the area goes from just 600 meters above sea level to the top of Mt. Manaslu, which is 8,163 meters high.

Manaslu Conservation Area includes Mt. Manaslu, the eighth-highest mountain globally. This mountain attracts not only nature lovers but also people who love trekking and climbing. Nepal wants to make sure Manaslu stays safe and healthy, so they made it a conservation area. This means they're working hard to take care of the plants, animals, and the whole environment.

To sum up, Manaslu Conservation Area is a beautiful place with lots of different plants and animals. People want to make sure it stays that way by protecting it.


Suman Aryal

Suman Aryal

With over 15 years of experience in the tourism sector of Nepal, Suman is the Managing Director of Dream Heaven Adventure. His passion for trekking has taken him to nearly all of Nepal's popular regions, making him an authorized trekking and tour operator.

Suman has a particular affinity for traveling to the Himalayas, where he has gained deep knowledge about the region's religion, culture, and history. As a part-time blogger, Suman shares his research on the cultural and religious diversity of Nepal, providing his personal touch with insights from his decade-long experience. He also enjoys answering readers' queries with his expert knowledge and personal touch.