Hotel Manang takes its name from the legendary lost kingdom of Manang. It lies on the famous trekking route north of Pokhara known as Annapurna circuit. The easiest access into Manang is through the village of Chame which is situated at an altitude of over 10,000 ft. You can reach Chame by trekking from Pokhara and Dharapani along the Marshyangdi river. Manang is still one of the remotest and most inaccessible places in Nepal. Its mystic Buddhist culture and unique way of life have thus survived to this day almost unchanged through the centuries. Manang's artistic heritage is exemplified in ancient monuments like the splendid Yachika Monastery.
Its pristine landscape is enhanced by natural wonders like the turquoise waters of Manang lake and the Marshyangdi river that thunders through the district.
The people of Manang are mostly Gurung and Ghale. Even though they are culturally homogeneous, their attitude differs from place to place owing to varying climate conditions. Manang is mainly Buddhist, but many religious ceremonies are performed accordingly to Lamaist customs.
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