AMAZE YOURSELF BY THE VICINITY OF BEAUTIFUL TSUM VALLEY.
If you have decided for an incredibly adventurous destination, then Tsum valley trek is the one. It is one of the amazing hiking trips to Nepal. The crystal clear landscapes, gigantic white Himalayas, local mountain villages and the breathtaking scenarios are the major attraction of this journey. The spectacular mountain views of Ganesh Himal, Buddha Himal, and Shringi Himal can also be enjoyed side by side
TSUM VALLEY TREK: A MARVELLOUS ADVENTURE LASTING FOR NINETEEN DAYS.
Tsum Valley Trek is an outrageous trek in steep trails in which the valley itself is isolated from the sprinkles of modernity. With the uncluttered and untouched community by the modernism, Tsum Valley and Manaslu region show the ancient Buddhist and Tibetan culture as well as beautiful scenic nature in raw form. So, if you’re a travel connoisseur who finds tranquility in a cherish and silent environment, then this place is highly suggested to you to embrace the beauty of the Manaslu Region. The Tsum Valley is named after the Tibetan word “tsombo” which means “vivid” and as described by Guru Rimpoche “the holy hidden valley of happiness.”
The trek starts by driving by bus from Kathmandu to Arughat where the trekking begins in earnest. The trail accompanies the enraged Budhi Gandaki River for four days staying in tea houses in the villages of Soti Khola, Maccha, Jagat, and Eklelbhatti. Then from Ekelbhatti, the road heads northeast into the mesmerizing Tsum Valley traveling for the village of MuGompa. This is the turnaround point and the route goes descending back down to the Tsum Valley in order to re-join the Manaslu Circuit Trek at the lovely village of Deng. You spend 5-6 days in the “hidden valley of happiness” which is well worth the effort as it is an opportunity to leave the 21st century behind and hit monasteries that are over 100 years old and learn unique Tibetan culture.
Manaslu Tsum valley trek growing its fame as this area is a good alternative for those seeking for vividness in topography. Layered by the different landscapes from semi-tropical to pure alpine forests, this place has everything from lush rhododendron forest winded by the lovely waterfall accompanying in the trail. The trail accompanying the lovely desolated natural entities and present it in very raw form. Throw in the ever-present mule and yak teams addressing the basic requirements of life through the valley, plentiful wildlife expecting to beguile at every turn of the pathway, and the flexible and ceaselessly cheering inhabitants with their welcoming bearing, and you truly have one of Nepal’s most amazing experiences.
The Panoramic views of the Ganesh Himal and Siringi Himal range display as the path heads towards Lopka, while from Chhokoang Paro onwards the compact landscapes give way to the lofty regions of the valley and the cultural time capsule that the local Tibetan community pictures, with its numerous Buddhist sanctuaries, monuments, and the general air of spirituality that permeates the entire valley’s atmosphere – a night spent at one of the monasteries add even further to the sense of wonder and complex.
Day 01: Arrival in the national capital, Kathmandu (1300m)
Day 02: Exploration and looking national capital
Day 03: Drive from the national capital to Soti Khola (700 m).
Day 04: Trek from Soti Khola to Machhekhola (930m).
Day 05: Walk from Machhakhola to Jagat (1340 m).
Day 06: Trek from Jagat to Lokpa (2240m).
Day 07: Hike from Lokpa to Chumling (3030m).
Day 08: Trek from Chumling to Chhokangparo (3010m).
Day 09: Trek to the alluring Nile (3361m) via visiting Visit Milarepa Piren Phu Cave on the way
Day 10: Hike to Mu Gompa (3700m) and back to the Nile
Day 11: Trek from the Nile to Chokkang Paro (3010m) via Rachen Gumba (3240m)
12: Hike from Chokkangparo (3010m) to Ripchet (2468m)
Day 13: Walk from Ripchet to Eklebhatti (2670m)
Day 14: Trek from Eklebhatti to Dovan (2500m)
Day 15: Hike from Dovan to Laprubesi (880m)
Day 16: Trek from Laprubesi to Arughat Bazar (608m)
Day 17: Arughat Bazar drive to Kathmandu (1400m)
Day 18: Departure to an international airport.
- The amazing scenic ride from Kathmandu to Sotikhola
- Ancient Mu Gompa & Lungdang Gompas in Tsum valley
- Holy Milarepa Piren Phu Cave (pigeon cave), the most divine cave in the Tsum valley.
- The traditional Dephyudonma and Rachen monastery, the oldest monasteries in the Tsum valley
- Hiking around Mt Manaslu, the world’s eighth tallest mountain
- Side trip around the lovely turquoise side of Ganesh Himal
- Astonishing Monasteries, Typical Tibetan village and their rich culture.
- Sumptuous view of glaciers, Lakes, rock and mountain of Mt. Manasalu.
- The unusual cultural blend of Tibetan Nupri and Gurung inhabitants
- The Lovely ancient Buddhist stupas, monasteries, and Tibetan lifestyle.
- Witness incredibly diverse scenery with rich in wildlife.
- An antiquated dealing route to Tibet.
- Less cackled path than other trekking regions.