Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek itinerary
The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is the perfect option if you are seeking a scenic hike that will leave you feeling exhilarated at the end of the trek. Trekking in Tsum Valley and Manaslu offers trekkers the opportunity to discover nature and cultural heritage in an enchanting area, as well as experience the mountain lifestyle in Tsum Valley and Manaslu. Those who reside in the upper Budhi Gandaki. There are several stunning viewpoints to enjoy during the Manaslu Tsum valley Trek, and it is definitely worth making the effort to make it all the way to the Manaslu circuit. The scenery is not the only thing that will take your breath away, the hike itself is also fairly moderated, so you won’t have to worry about getting too tired while enjoying the stunning views.
Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek covers a large portion of the Manaslu region in Nepal. Compared with the classic Annapurna Circuit Trek and its variations, the Manaslu Tsum valley trek is a bit more challenging due to the fact that one has to cross a high pass of over 5000 metres at Larke La. It is a beautiful trek through the Manaslu Tsum Valley circuit that traces the border between Tibet and Nepal. The Hidden Treasure trek is known for its remote locality, which makes it also known as the Hidden Treasure valley. However, the truth is that Tsum Valley is a very liberal land of Buddhist monasteries, It is believed that Milarepa meditated in the caves of these mountains in ancient times. this area has so many monasteries, Mu Gumba, and Anni Gumba is the closest to the Tibetan border, Thaple Bhanjyang 5104 m, Yangdo Bhanjyang 4520 m, and Nueladajyen Bhanjyang 5093 m. There are also some other famous Gumbas in the Ganesh Himal base camp region, which is Gumba Lungdang
Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is arguably the most memorable and immersive cultural experience ever offered to trekkers, you will encounter a living breathing Buddhist culture that has been shielded from the ravages of the outside world for centuries in its hidden and protected valley. The other side of the coin is that it is one of the most visually stunning and diverse wilderness hikes you can do, complete with the majestic peak of Manaslu standing majestically in majestic splendour over the surrounding landscape. When considered together, these two constitute possibly the most comprehensive and rewarding trekking experience currently available to the trekking community, a tour de force of the very best that Nepal is able to offer. Inner the Tsum Valley and Manaslu side have Buddhist and black Bon Po follower peoples inhabited lands of Nepal and every village has Monasteries, Chorten, and Mani walls written “Om Mane pet me Hum” around the stones wall. Tsum valley is a remote village situated between Manaslu Circuit Trek and the Ganesh Himal Ruby valley trek.
The people from Tsum Valley
the peoples from around Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek territory are Gurung, Tibetan, and Tamang, and Tsum valley is in the Tsum Nubri Rural Municipality of Gorkha district, the Tsum Valley Women weave old traditional cloths (Baku) and (Pangden) by sheep wools which are completely isolated. The mountainous Men and women wear woollen clothes which are warm in cold temperatures. still, peoples engage in traditional ways in this region and celebrate many Buddhist festivals, perform ritual burnings of juniper berries to purify the air and Mother Nature, place prayer flags and install Mani Walls to ensure the happiness of all sentient beings. It is because the area has been left behind by modernity that their culture has remained as it was centuries ago. For trekkers, the palace is a real temptation.
The Tsum Valley Chhekam Park was a restricted area until 2008 though Nepal site land because of join border, and for the security causes for both countries. Tsum Valley trek opened for tourists, in 2008, and trekkers mandatory 2 pax, and needs to organize by the local registered trekking agency.
The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek route is still fewer trekkers visiting off the beaten paths of the inner Manaslu conservation area and the protected land of the restricted area requires a special permit from the Department of Immigration office.
Mountain View from Manaslu Tsum Valley Tre
You are able to see magnificent Mountain views during your Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, the mountains are The Buddha Himal, Himal Chuli bind the Tsum Valley in the west, Ganesh Himal in the southwest, and Sringi Himal in the North, and out of road excess, scenic nature adventure journey.
The peoples from the Manaslu Tsum Valley area, Lokpa, Chhekampar, and Mugomba’s Farming crops are Buckwheat, Wheat, Barley, Millet, and Potato, the rest of the crops cannot grow up due to high altitude mountainous. This crop harvesting season is August- September in this region.
The Manaslu and Tsum Valley trip begins driving by bus to Arughat- Machhakhola, The route follows the bank of the Budi Gandaki River, and The trek leads towards the Manaslu Larke Pass 5106 m after Tsum Valley.
Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek package cost is competitive, without any hiding cost to listing the blog. The cost includes accommodation, 3 times meals, bus tickets, conservations permits, special permits, guide and porters wages, insurance, equipment, etc. however, if you want a private jeep instead of the local bus then it will add extra cost.
Best season to trek Manaslu Tsum Valley
The autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May) are the two best times to go on the Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek. When embarking on this trek in autumn or spring, you will have a great chance of seeing the mountains in crystal-clear detail and you will also be able to enjoy the lush vegetation along the lower part of the route, particularly during the spring season.
Manaslu Tsum Valley Highlights
- Gorges Budhi Gandaki river valley views
- the natural beauty of flora and fauna.
- Friendly people, rich culture of the Tibetan
- Larkya La Pass (5167 meters), is the highest pass during the trek.
- Stunning view of some of the highest peaks Mt Manaslu,
The permit cost of the Manaslu Tsum Valley region
- Tsum valley special permits, USD 40 per person per week from September – November, and U$D 30 per person per week from December – August.
- Manaslu special permit, USD 100 per person per week from September – November, and U$D 75 per person per week from December – August.
- MCAP permits USD 30 per person one time
- ACAP permit USD 30 per person one time
- TIMS permit USD 20 per person one time
Physical fitness to do this trek
There are some days when it is extremely hard to get through the day when you have to walk for six to eight hours each day. It is not necessary to have done any hiking or trekking activities in the past because of guide lead this trek slowly, but if you have done any type of trekking activities in the past, then it will always be great. One of the most difficult aspects is when altitude sickness strikes and the effects it can have on your body. If you are going to Nepal, it is good if you can prepare yourself physically by increasing your stamina and getting enough oxygen before you leave.
If you are interested in exploring the Manaslu Tsum valley circuit, then we are here as a local agency such as Nepal Wilderness Trek. We offer high-quality, personalized trips to the peak. All our services are available at a fraction of the cost elsewhere. The Manaslu Tsum valley trek venture takes about 20 days and involves going on foot, and climbing steep uphill paths and glaciers.