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Tsum Valley Trek

(2 Reviews)
  • 15 Days
  • Group : 2-15 People
  • Guided Trekking
  • Level: Difficultly

Tsum Valley Trek is another most liked hiking in Manaslu area unique for each indoor and outdoors vacationers. It is the actual journey with maximum essential factors of hobby: nearer view of mountain, and enjoy of influential Buddhist way of existence, life-style, and way of existence of humans of Tsum Valley. This hiking location is bordered to Tibet too. for this reason, the phrase ‘Tsum’ comes from the Tibetan phrase Tsombo which suggests ‘excellent’. a small amount just like the decision, Tsum treasures herbal splendor of giant mountains, pine, and very wellforest, cascading waterfalls, quantity of streams, and herbal warm springs.

Tsum Valley could even be a real gem of this trek which is surrounded by Baudha Himal and Himalchuli on the west, Sringi on the north, and Ganesh Himal on the south. The unique wilderness and vegetation are major aspects attracting most of the tourists from both inside and out of doors of the country. Foremost animals found are the rare snow leopard and Red panda. Some traditionally different festivals like Lhosar, Dhachyang, Saka Dawa and Fanning carry incredible importance for the residential people. So, if any of those festivals fall during your trip, you will be able to sink in these culturally purified practices.

Without even a doubt, you’ll be able to enjoy Tibetan Butter Tea, natural coffee and native food for your starving appetite. Such beautiful combinations of natural and cultural experiences will carry you to the seven skies. You’ll stay in lodges and tea houses on the trail. But camping could also be arranged if you ask for it.

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking begins with a nice drive from Kathmandu to Arughat. This is guided by a trek to Soti Khola, Machha Khola, Jagat, Chisopani, Chumling, Chokhangparo, Nile, Mu Gompa, Burgi, Chumling, Philim, Khorlabesi, Soti Khola and finally to Arughat. You can actually catch a bus / jeep from Arughat to Kathmandu. This way, this isolated trek begins and finishes at the main hub of the nation, Kathmandu.

Highlights

You can see more than 10 mountains of more than 6,500 metres, and a few of more than 7,000 metres

Appreciate and explore the way of living of Tsum residents living in the region

Follow the monasteries, maniwalls, and prayer wheels of the region

The spectacular beauty, the high glacier lakes, the interesting flora and fauna and the magnificent range of the Himalayas make the path thrilling

 

Recommended Airport

Tribhuvan International Airport
Ring Rd, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal (Google Map)

Cost Includes & Excludes

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Exclude

Kathmandu to Soti khola  to kathmandu by Public transportation

Manaslu Special Permit

Annapurna Conservation Area Permit

Manaslu Conservation Area Permit

Tims Card                     

Tea house accommodation in twin sharing basis during the trek

All Local meals (breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) with tea/coffee in the morning, during the trek

English Speaking Licensed holder Trekking Guide

Sherpa Porter (2 trekkers=1 porter)

Meals, insurance, transportation, accommodation and salaries of staffs (Guide/Porter)

Farewell Dinner with Cultural Show

Tips

Airport transfers

Hotel and meals in Kathmandu

Nepal entry visa fees

International/ Domestic Airfare

Any kind of Drinks (Tea/coffee/water/soft drink/alcohol)

Hot Shower on trail

INTERNET SERVICE FEE ON TRAIL

Electronic battery charging cost

Extra night accommodation or meals in Kathmandu/Pokhara because of early arrival, late departure and return from trek (due to any reason) earlier than schedule program.

Your travel insurance (travel insurance is compulsory to take an adventure trip and it must be covered both medical and emergency evacuation with worth of 50000 US dollar in Minimum

Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Sotikhola

It gets about seven hours to get to Arughat from Kathmandu. The first part of the trip is smooth as we cross the highway. But the road from Gorkha is hard. We’re going to take some break before continuing our Arughat route. We’re starting to walk through lush valleys and rice paddy fields. We pursue Budi Gandaki khola (River), climb over Kyoropani, descend to the junction of Budi Gandaki and Sundi khola. Enjoy a relaxing swim and camp on this spot overnight. Overnight at Soti Khola.

Day 02: Trek to Machha khola

The path tends to limit, passing through heavily forested hillsides, filled with some remote, stranded villages. Trek along the steep side of the valley, crossing through the village of Lapbesi, descending to the riverbed and pursuing the wide sandy path to Machha Khola. We went to the nearby Maccha Khola to arrange a stay for the night.

Day 03: Trek to Jagat

Today, we reach Macha Khola and head upstream to Khola Bensi. Relish a hot spring bath, then move across the high side of the valley. The trek goes via a forest route resting for a cup of tea at Doban, and then heads to Lauri, where we turn back to the right side of the river via a suspension bridge. A little step and a glimpse of Jagat’s field will bring you to a night camp.

Day 04: Trek to Chisopani

Today, we’re starting our journey to Salleri, and then we’re going down to Sirdibas. Our trail needs to continue to Ghatta Khola. After a while we enter the village of Gurung called Philim. You’re going to see the school in Philim that was founded by Japan. Our path continues north through the forest to Chisopani, where we will sleep for the night.

Day 05: Trek to Chumling

 Chisopani to Chumling is a lovely walk. We start moving on from Ekle Bhatti and cross the gorge in which you feel a lovely waterfall that welcomes you. The downhill walk thru the pine and rhododendron woods continues to the valley of Tsum. We enter the village of Lokpa, where you can see a range of mountains like Himalchuli and Boudha Himal. We’re moving further ahead to meet Lungwa Khola and climb a bit of a difficult path to get to Gumlung. We’re going to Chumling as we pass Siyar Khola. We’re spending the night at Chumling.

Day 06: Trek to Chokhangparo

We’ll enjoy the beautiful view of Ganesh Himal as soon as we cross the suspension bridge near Chumling. After a while we enter the village of Gho. We’re going on yet another two hours to reach Chokhangparo, where we’re going to stop for a night.Bottom of Form

Day 07: Trek to Nile

The altitude issue is normal when climbing above Chokhangparo, so we need to be cautious about it. We pass Lamagaun and enter Rachen Gompa. It’s also regarded as the Gompa Nunnery. We pass Shiar Khola to meet the villages of Lar, Phurbe and Pangdun. Eventually, passing Chule, we arrive at the Nile where we’re going to spend the night.

Day 08: Trek to Mu Gompa

We’re close to the Tibetan border today. We’re walking through Tibetan vistas to be in Mu Gompa. We’re visiting the monastery here. Overnight in Mu Gompa

Day 09: Explore around Mo Gompa Today

Today is a day of leisure. We’re going to enjoy the Mu Gompa area sightseeing. Mu Gompa is the biggest monastery in the country. It is situated in the highest and most rural part of Tsum Valley.

Day 10: Trek to Burgi Village

We’re going back to Chhule and Phurbe to reach at the village of Burgi. It’s a tiny but lovely village. Here we go up to the cave of Milarepa. It’s famous for the breathtaking glimpses of Poshyop Glacier, Kipu Himal and Churke Himal.

Day 11: Trek to Chumling

We move back to Chokhangparo from the village of Burgi again. We continue to go down to Gho until we enter Sarpu Khola. We’re going to stop at Chumling for a night.

Day 12: Trek to Philim

Our path today takes us first to Lokpa. We’re moving on exploring Samba Falls to enter Philim.

Day 13: Trek to Khorlabesi

We’re going to Khorlabesi through Jagat and Tatopani. After passing via Sirdibas, we will hit Jagat. We’re going down to reach Yaruphant. Our path extends towards Dovan until we reach Tatopani. At Tatopani, you can relish the natural hot spring. We gradually get to Khorlabesi where we’re going to rest for the night.

Day 14: Trek back to Soti khola

We enter Thado Khola and head towards the village of Machha Khola. We’re walking along the Buddhi Gandaki River to meet Labubesi. After visiting two waterfalls, we settle at Khursane. We’re finally coming to Soti Khola.

Day 15: Trek back to Aryghat and Drive back to Kathmandu

We climb up to the peak of Kyorpani and walk to the cascading waterfall. We’re going to Arkhet and pass the Arkhet Khola. We’re going to leave Budhi Gandaki Valley now. We’ll eventually arrive at Arughat Bazar, where we’ll have some rest for a while. We’re going to catch a bus from here to Kathmandu. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, we will give you a good-bye dinner

FAQ

What is the highest point of the Tsum Valley Trek?

The highest point of the Tsum Valley Trek is Thorong La Pass, which is located at an altitude of 5,416 meters (17,769 feet).

What is the difficulty level of the Tsum Valley Trek?

The Tsum Valley Trek is considered to be a challenging trek. It is a moderate to difficult trek that is suitable for experienced trekkers. The trek involves a lot of uphill walking and the altitude can be a challenge for some people.

What is the best time of year to go on the Tsum Valley Trek?

The best time of year to go on the Tsum Valley Trek is during the spring (March-May) or autumn (September-November) seasons. These are the times of year when the weather is most favorable, with clear skies and mild temperatures.

What are the necessary preparations for the Tsum Valley Trek?

The necessary preparations for the Tsum Valley Trek include:

* Getting in good physical condition before you start the trek
* Packing the necessary gear, including hiking boots, a backpack, a water bottle, and snacks
* Hiring a guide and porters (optional)
* Getting a Manaslu Tsum Valley trekking permit

What are the things to see and do on the Tsum Valley Trek?

In addition to the stunning views of the mountains, there are a few things to see and do on the Tsum Valley Trek. These include:

* Visiting the Tsum Valley Gompa, a Buddhist monastery
* Hiking to the top of Thorong La Pass
* Enjoying the local culture and hospitality
* Learning about the Sherpa way of life

What are the risks involved in the Tsum Valley Trek?

The main risks involved in the Tsum Valley Trek are altitude sickness, injuries, and bad weather. It is important to be aware of these risks and to take precautions to avoid them.

Is the Tsum Valley Trek suitable for beginners?

The Tsum Valley Trek is not suitable for beginners. It is a challenging trek that is suitable for experienced trekkers. If you are a beginner, it is recommended to start with a shorter and easier trek.

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    Michael and Emily , Australia.

    Couple Traveller

    The Tsum Valley Trek was a test of our endurance as a couple. We had to work together to overcome the challenges of the trek, and we came out of it stronger than ever. We also had the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. We would definitely recommend this trek to any couple looking for an adventure that will bring them closer together.

    October 16, 2019

    John and Mary ,United States

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    The Tsum Valley Trek was an amazing experience for us as a couple. We had been wanting to do this trek for a long time, and it was even more amazing than we had imagined. The scenery was incredible, and the challenge of the trek brought us closer together. We would definitely recommend this trek to any couple looking for a memorable and challenging experience.

    April 4, 2019
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