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- Rinchen Gumba and Dephyudonma Gumba
- Conserves steps of the great Buddhist Yogi Chuchin Milarepa
- Beautiful surroundings of Ganesh Himal and Budhi Gandaki River
- Old Gumba (Buddhists Monastery)
Situated on the east of Manaslu, near the Tibetan border, Tsum valley trek is a holy Himalayan trek, where you can experience the adventure of the trek in the remote and isolated area of Tsum Valley. It is one of the most famous destinations which takes you to some of the most remote Himalayan valleys in Nepal. The hidden Tsum Valley offers you to explore untouched Valley, century-old Tibetan Buddhist monasteries with ancient villages. Besides the physical beauty of Tsum Valley, you will also get an opportunity to encounter with the Tibetan people known as “Tsumbas” and their unique culture and traditions as well as experience the warm friendliness nature of local people. The Tsum Valley is rich in Tibetan unique cultures and traditions. In this area, usually, you will find most hospitable the people who will always welcome you in their traditional way. You will be welcome as you are a guest and provide you chances to test their cultural food (Dal Bhat, Chapatis, noodle soup) in their home is really incredible. The Tsum Valley is filled with natural beauty, ancient Buddhist Monasteries, significant religious Monuments, Nunneries, Chortens and Prayer Walls and the longest Mani walls at Dzong and Phurpe and magnificent views of the Himalayas such as; Himalchuli. Ganesh Himal Range, Sringi Himal, Buddha Himal, and many more.
During your trek to the most disconnected Himalayan Tsum Valley, the stunning Himalayas will accompany with you. The trek leads you through the beautiful Budhi Gandaki River surrounded with the Ganesh Himal. Throughout the trek, you will witness wild and uncharted places, home to Gurung ethnic groups. As you reach the Tsum Valley, you will feel totally different than the region was a part of Tibet. Furthermore, you will also get chances to explore authentic Gumbas (Buddhists Monasteries) of the region which includes: Ranchen Gumba and Dephyudonma Gumba. Each day you need to walk between 5-8 hours, with the highest point of the trek being 4,000m above the largest monasteries in the valley, Mu Gumba.
Day 01: Meet and greet at Kathmandu airport (TIA), transfer to the hotel.
Day 02: Gethe t permits, preparation or sightseeing in ancient old temples.
Day 03: Drive to Arughat from Kathmandu and stay there overnight.
Day 04: Trek to Soti Khola (710m), to Machha Khola (887m).
Day 05: Trek to Jagat (1345m) and approximately 6 hrs walk.
Day 06: Trek to Lakpa (2240m) and approximately 6 hrs walk.
Day 07: Trek to Chumling (2386m); approximately 4-5 hrs walk.
Day 08: Trek to Chhokangparo (3031m) and about 5 hrs walk.
Day 09: Trek to Nile (3347m) via Milarepa (Piren Phu Cave), 4-6 hours walk.
Day 10: Hike to Mu Gompa (3700 m), Dhephyudonma Gompa (4060m).
Day 11: Trek to Chhekamparo via Rachen Gompa, (Nyigma-pa Buddhist sect.
Day 12: Trek to Gumpa Lungdang (3200m) approximately 6 hrs walk.
Day 13: Trek to Lokpa, approximately 6-7 hrs. walk via Ripchet.
Day 14: Trek to Jagat, approximately 6-7 hrs walk.
Day 15: Trek to Lapubesi, approximately 5-6 hrs walk.
Day 16: Trek to Arughat, approximately 6-7 hrs walk.
Day 17: Drive to Kathmandu from Arughat, 7-8 hrs drive.
Day 18: Final Departure.