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Tsum Valley Trek

Tsum Valley Trek takes the visitors to the hidden valley of Tsum meaning “vivid” home to the direct descendant Tibetan people are known as Tsumbas, the Tsum Valley is located to the east of Manaslu, on the border with Tibet. This isolated hidden Shangri-La is just opened to trekkers in 2008. It remains relatively untouched, with ancient villages and Tibetan Buddhist monasteries waiting to be explored. Each day you will walk between 5–8 hours, with the high point of the trek being 4,000m above the largest of the monasteries in the valley, Mu Gompa. You will be accommodated in lodges and traditional ‘home stays’ on this trek, rather than in tents. As the Tsum Valley is much undeveloped but with its unique culture and most hospitable people offers us friendly welcome in the traditional way to their home can be somewhat rudimentary and you can expect to eat similar food to the locals.
The trail to the sacred pilgrimage site of Tsum Valley heads upper Budi Gandaki River Valley through unexplored countryside inhabited by the Tibetan community and authentic Tsum Villages such as Chhokangparo, where the area is long considered as a Hidden land offers totally unspoiled culture and tradition of Tsumba with fabulous mountain view of Ganesh Himal Range, Sringi Himal, Buddha Himal, and Himalchuli. The valley is extensively rich in culture and tradition dwelled with Buddhist monasteries, nunneries, chortens and prayer walls and significant religious monuments, the longest main walls at Dzong and Phurpe are great attractions. This trip can be combined with Round Manaslu Trek.

Best Season for Tsum Valley Trekking: Spring and Autumn.
Permit Cost: September-November USD 35.00 per person for the first 8 days. December-August USD 25.00 per person for the first 8 days.

Cost Includes:

Airports pick up and drop by private vehicle.

Three night’s standard Hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis with B.B.

Half day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley as per the itinerary.

All domestic flight/bus fees.

Government license holder guide.

Helpful porter with proper equipment (1 porter= 2 people) maximum 20 kg.

Salary, food, accommodation and insurance for guide and porters.

Tea house/lodge accommodation during the trek on twin sharing basis.

Duffel bag for packing your things for the trek (If require).

Local Entrance fee for entering to the valley.

National Park entry permits.

The entire legal document require for trekking.

Government taxes and official expenses.

Three times meals breakfast, lunch, dinner and hot drink during the trekking days.

All office service charges.

Welcome and farewell Dinner in Kathmandu.

Cost Excludes:

All food pays you during stay in Kathmandu.

Nepal entry visa personal travel and medical insurances.

Expenses of personal nature and as well gratitude (tips) for the staff.

Emergency evacuation by any means of transport including Helicopter and horse for personal use.

Any other item not included in “Package Include” section.

Items of personal nature, Laundry, internet Expenses, Tips

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