Moderate trekking in Manaslu Region, which takes you into the most beautiful and untouched villages lying in the closest proximity to Tibet.
Tsum Valley Trekking, the least explored trekking destination in Manaslu Region is a gem. A beautiful valley ringed by the Himalayan giants Tsum is dotted with sacred highland monasteries. The trekking to Tsum Valley begins from Arughat just as the Manaslu Circuit Trek begins. Half of the way during Tsum Valley Trek traverses through the trails of Manaslu Circuit and deviates at Philim towards the Lower Tsum.
Since Tsum Valley Trekking is based on Homestay accommodations, the trekking to this region at times asks to be content with basic arrangements of food and lodges unlike other trekking regions, which are these days full of modern services and amenities. This moderately adventurous trek in Nepal highlights two biggest monasteries in the region, Mu Gompa and Rachen Gompa, which are the schools for young monks and nuns. The remote land of Tsum valley is also an integral pilgrimage route because it is believed that the great Buddhist Guru Milerapa had meditated once on the mountain caves of this valley. The trails of Tsum Valley Trek are one of the best sections of Great Himalayan Trail of Nepal, which runs at the foothills of Himalayas from east to west.
Overall, Tsum Valley Trekking has wonderful aspects of nature and culture. The trekking caters the exceptional beauty of alpine nature. The views of Manaslu and Ganesh Himalayan Ranges throughout the trails energize trekkers to walk further. Similarly, the cultural aspects of this valley are so authentic that trekkers shed tears on seeing the lifestyle of the people living in the region, which is so close to nomadism.
Pick up from Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel. Room Only.
Half day kathmandu sightseeing and tsum valley trekking permit preparation. Hotel B/B plan.
Drive to Arughat – Soti Khola – After breakfast our drive journey begin from kathmandu. Today we drive about 90km. black road then 32km graveled road to Arughat that take us about 5 to 6 hours by private jeep and another 1 hour local jeep/bus drive we reach Soti Khola. Stay at river site lodge. B/L/D.
Trek to Khorla Bashi along the Lapubashi and Machhaphola – First day of trek along the buri gandaki river. We always follow this river and cross many times. uphill trek to liding and mixed forest walk stoned steps to Lapu Bashi. Continue trek to Macha Khola and another hour to Khorla Basi. Simple guest house. B/L/D.
Trekking to Jagat via Dovan and Tatopani – Hot spring. An moderate hike along the river bank of Budhi Gandaki on rocky trail, cross some running water falls, suspension bridges. We stop upper Dovan for lunch. A small Gurung kitchen offer great view of Dovan Village. Uphill hike to Yaru Phant and another hour reach to Jagat. Simple guest house. B/L/D
Enter Tsum Valley area – Trekking to Philim village. Walk along with the view of white water falls, monkeys farms and small villages. Possible to see some monkeys and Adler on rocky trail via Salleri, Sidribasha and ghatte khola. We will show you few local water meal and cross a long suspension bridge to Philiim village. A nice village with higher secondary school and small health post with few guest houses. Guest house. B/L/D.
Philim to Chumling trek, today you left manaslu circuit trail in right bank than continue hike in Tsum valley via Lokpa village. We keep walk up to river bank and follow right bank of river along the pine forest on rocky trail. Reach to Lokpa for lunch than continue Laligurash jungle uphill to Chumling that take at list 3 hours. Authentic Village with wooden roof and barley fields and potatos. Stay on local Lodge/Camp. B/L/D
Trekking to Chhokangparo, nice and less touristic hidden valley walk along the river gorge, villages and small chortens, rhododendron forest and monkeys, step climb. Camp/Lodge. B/L/D
Chhokangparo to Nile Trek, an easy walk along the Tsum Valley village, Camp/Lodge home stay. B/L/D.
Nile to Mu Gompa Trek. Short walk to famous monastery of Tsum Valley. Visit monastery and day exploration.Lodge/Camp home stay. B/L/D
Mu Gompa to Chhokangparo trek. Nice backwad trekking along the Tsum valley and river bank, Visit Ranjani monastery, walk along the paddy field of barley, buckwheat fields. Lodge. B/L/D
Chhokangparo to Langdung gompa trek, strong downhill and step climbing in alpine forest along ssingle track, cross the river visit small Tibetan medicine center, stay on monastery or Camp/ home stay. Simple B/L/D.
Day exploring hiking to Ganesh Himal Base camp or nearby. Get very close to glacier, Mt. Ganesh mountain, and back to Monastery. simple B/L/D.
Langdang Gompa to Lokpa Village via Repchet. (Ripchet is the jowels of whole Tsum valley) Step downhill walk and visit nice villages. Lodge. B/L/D.
Lokpa to Jagat trek back, Same trail backwalk to jagat via Phipim village. Exit from tsum valley special zone. Lodge/Camp.
Trek to Machha Khola tsum valley back trail walk. Lodge/Camp.
Trek to Soti Khola and drive to Arughat Bazaar by local jeep/Bus. Get ready for next drive to Kathmandu and tsum valley trek will end. lodge/Camp.
Drive back to Kathmandu about 7 to 8 hours. B/ L and Hotel only..
Drive to Airport depart. Breakfast only.
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