Nepal is a multi-cultural country with diversity of people living from urban areas to rural untouched areas of Himalayas. Manaslu area which is rural part of western Nepal where culture and tradition still remains rooted to people’s ancestors
Manaslu region have two main ethnicities group of people divided by Chhikur River are Nubri and Tsum. While Nubri has been often visited by tourists after Nepal opened the area for tourism purpose in 1950, Tsum holds their traditions and culture and arts.
Other ethnic group is Gurungs. They live in the central hills of Manaslu region.
Area surrounded by flat roofed houses can be seen if you visit every village in this region. Most people are Buddhists, hence you can find monasteries, Chortens and other Buddhist landmarks around the area.