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Manang Vacation Packages
Manang Vacation Packages
The significant city of Kathmandu is located 100 miles southeast of Manang.
The Manang region contains some environmental reserves with unique landscapes and local plant and animal species. Mahendra Cave, about 25 miles away from Manang, is one of these.
Not far from Manang you'll arrive in Annapurna Conservation Area, 10 miles to the southwest, and Kagbeni, 18 miles to the northwest. These two locations are also worth visiting, should you have the time.
The regional hub of Pokhara, just 30 miles from Manang, is where all the action is. It has a variety of attractions worth making the trip for, such as Pokhara Regional Museum, Gurkha Museum and Bindhyabasini Temple. Pokhara International Mountain Museum and Devi's Fall are some other sites if you've got time to burn.
There are some exciting ways to experience the outdoors in this region. Mountain biking and mountain climbing are just two activities you can choose from.
If you like exchanging stories with other adventure seekers, this region boasts a range of tours that are worth taking a look at. Some of the most pleasing choices are wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris.
Get a bird's-eye view of Nepal by floating through the air. An afternoon of paragliding is something you won't regret.
You will discover a handful of fantastic outdoor activities if you have a love of watersport activities. Rafting and canoeing are two of the fantastic reasons to get wet.
If you are after things to do inside, head to the history museums of Nepal. Spend a day soaking up some of the region's rich culture and maybe even pick up an unusual souvenir or two.
Let your imagination soar when you explore the historic sites found in this region. Don't leave without checking out some of its historic palaces.
Every traveler should go to the religious sites of Nepal. You'll be sure to enjoy the calm stillness at its temples and shrines.
Prepare yourself to embark on an exciting adventure through the culinary traditions of Nepal.
A memorable meal depends upon the quality of its components. Luckily, the goat and chicken here are fantastic.
Why not sample kinema (soybeans) or chiura (beaten rice)? Both of these dishes are common fare here.
Why not taste some kasaar (ball of rice flour and sugarcane juice)? This scrumptious treat will satisfy your sugar cravings.
If you're in the mood for an alcohol-free beverage, lassi (milkshake made from curd) is a popular option.
When it's time for your flight homeward, make your way to the nearest airport, which is 35 miles to the south.