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The Tsum Valley Trek is an incredible tour through Nepal’s enthralling Tsum region. This walk offers different and stimulating experiences for travellers seeking natural beauty and cultural contacts at altitudes ranging from 700 to 5,093 metres.
Begin your walk and be captivated by the breathtaking alpine landscapes, especially the spectacular Mount Manaslu, which towers at 8,163 metres. The trail winds through scenic valleys, tranquil forests, and attractive villages, allowing you to immerse yourself in the Himalayas’ spectacular beauty.
Take on the Larkya La Pass, a gratifying effort located at an astounding altitude of 5,160 metres. As you ascend this pass, you will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic vistas.
The Manaslu region is not only a visual treat, but also a cultural treasure trove. Discover traditional Tibetan-influenced villages and historic Buddhist monasteries that have withstood the test of time, highlighting the hill people’s rich legacy.
Tsum Valley’s tranquillity can be experienced by trekking through less busy trails and immersing yourself in quiet and serenity. The varied topography, which includes lush lowland forests as well as severe alpine landscapes, adds to the attractiveness of this voyage.
The Tsum Valley Trek promises an amazing excursion amidst the breathtaking Himalayan environment, whether you want adventure, natural beauty, or a momentary getaway from the chaos of everyday life. Allow this voyage to transport you on an enthralling discovery of a hidden jewel in Nepal’s Himalayas.
Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. You will be warm welcome by our airport representative and escort to your hotel. Stay Overnight at hotel Kathmandu.
After breakfast, we continue for our visit in Kathmandu Valley which incorporates Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath Temple and Baudhanath Stupa. If it’s not too much trouble take note of, these landmarks are UNESCO announced world heritage destinations that speak to a brilliant blend of Hinduism and Buddhism that appears to have gotten on well since the antiquated times of this medieval city, your visit will be went with an expert authorized guide and come back to hotel and you will have some idea to shop your trekking gear on the off chance that you require. Stay Overnight at hotel Kathmandu.
These days you will drive to SotiKhola via Arughat which will take about 9 hours. The drive is alienated into two parts. Our first drive will take you to the DhadingBesi, the district headquarters of Dhading district, (4hours drive). From there, it’s another 4 hours to Arughat and then another hour to Sotikhola. Stay Overnight at Guest Houses.
We begin our trek in the wake of eating at the hotel; the wandering way goes through woodland, brilliant village, clean streams, pretty waterfalls, and green dales until we reach LapuBesi, this is a village for the most part occupied by Mongolian occupants, now, we again cross a crisscross way to reach MachhaKhola. Stay Overnight at guest Houses.
Subsequent to eating at the lodge, we begin our trek and cross the MachhaKhola and make a beeline for the minor village of KhorlaBensi and the hot springs at Tatopani. The valley sides are steep until they are blocked and the course then changes to one side bank by method for a suspension bridge, the trail is very uncovered and testing in a few spots and this is the magnificence of nature. After a short segment of timberland way we achieve a solitary teahouse at Doban, the Budi Gandaki plunges on a noteworthy arrangement of rapids. Past this precarious segment, the waterway is a great deal more tranquil, winding over a wide rock bed. At Lauri, we cross the stream on a suspension bridge, and after that jump on a highway to the fields of Jagat. Stay Overnight at guest Houses.
After implementation with the ACAP procedure, we scramble over a rocky ridge to Salleri, and then slope to Sirdibas. The valley extends a bit as the trail continues up to GhattaKhola. Continue upstream to a long simple hanging bridge. Climb up to Philim, a large Gurung village. Philim valley is well recognized for Japanese thru school and police station. Walk past Philim to the north across a forest with the views of the tapering valley and walk up north from Gum Pul we reach Lokpa. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
From Lokpa the trail falls away half an hour towards Lungwakhola and climbing jick jack difficult trail added two hours north through pines and rhododendrons we reach Gumlung. Crossing the SiyarKhola, lastly arrive at Chumling, Lower Tsum, from where we can view ShringiHimal. Visit the old Chumlinggompa, and the stone roads of the village. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
We trek through the villages of Ngakyu. Leru, Lama Gaun today. We will visit a cave and pay homage. It is believed that saint Milarepa had meditated here in the cave, the cave is also known as PirenPhu meaning “Pigeon cave. We remain passing Burji, Phurba and Pangdun villages, there are glorious big Buddhist Stups that are farsighted on the way to Chhule and Nile. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
We are now nearly close to the Tibetan border. Walk to the west bank of the valley through the Tibetan sceneries. Climb up to the Mu Gompa. We also visit the monastery. Then, we brand a visit to the DhephuDomaGompa. Today we make a touring of the whole Mu Gompa Region. Mu Gompa is the major monastery in the region. The Gompa lies at the highest and record remote part of the Tsum Valley. After reconnoitering the Mu Gompa area. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
Today it is an easy walk to Chhekamparo from Nile. We trek transitory through Lar Village visit the RachenGompa, which is also well known as Nunnery Gompa too, annoyed over a suspension bridge and trek to Chhekamparo via same trail spinal. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
The trail droplets down from Chhekamparo to Gho and then cross Dumje Bridge. We can visit Amchi, a Tibetan Traditional clinic and there. There is a nun; imparts some 10-21 young nun and runs small Amchi. She greetings the visitor with Tibetan tea, we walk up about 2-3 hours that takes us to GumbaLungdang, where basic housing and meals are providing by the monastery. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
We trek to Lokpa today via Ripchet village, stride down to Dunje from GumbaLungdang and walk through the pine forest and attainment Ripchet and trail goes down steeply and retrace the same way spinal to Lokpa. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
Today, after breakfast at Lokpa, we stride down to Jagat. The trail goes down to Ghumpul complete the pine and rhododendron forest and join the main Manaslu trail again, We endure a walk passing through Eklai Bhatti, Philim, crossing BuddhiGandaki before attainment Sirdibas and finally to Jagat. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
From Jagat, the trail dives down to Bagar after walking some 15 minutes then cross the Postponement Bridge and walk through Beam Bridge that was built after the Nepal earthquake that sensation country so gravely and source famous Manaslu trekking trail damage. Endure the journey via Dovan, Tatopani (hot spring), Khorlabesi. Stay overnight at local Guesthouses.
Today is the last day of our trekking, after breakfast we slow trek to SotiKhola then drive back to Kathmandu, (2-3 hours hike) and (7-8 hours’ drive). Stay Overnight at the hotel.
Our office representative will drop you at the international airport and see you off. Fly back to home or further destination.
Himalayan friendly is a small company operated by an experienced trekking guide (Mr. Ram Ghale). Ram has been trekking for 10 years. The staff in a Himalayan friendly are well prepared to deal with any possible problem and make the trip beautiful with the best services.
Himalayan friendly should pay for the guides, porters, accommodation in advance. So if you did not finish the trek due to physical difficulty, natural disaster, then the money is not refunded.
our one porter can carry a maximum of 25 kg of luggage
During a trek, you can expect 3 full meals. The common meals menu will be Nepalese traditional dishes, Tibetan and Continental.