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Tsum valley Trek is going into the heart of unspoiled and pure Buddhist culture. For small groups homestay is possible and for larger groups camping is recommended. Trek to the remote unspoiled land where you feel the living Buddhist culture in its vivid form. Once you are there where you see practice of non violence based on Buddhist way of life- you will say tsum vally is amazing not only by natural purity but by cultural liveliness. See the life of the people whose life has not been or has become less affected by modern development. The best time to visit tsum valley is September and October. Tsum valley trekking can be done from 18 days to 26 days itinerary but 7 days in tsum valley and 11 days in Manaslu circuit part itinerary is mostly recommended.
Tsum valley is less touristic and peaceful land. It was restricted area since 2008. The Tibetan culture here is different than that is practiced on any other geography. The sringi Himal, the boudha himal and Ganesh himal range vista is major attraction of this trek. Follow the footsteps and discover the legacy of Milaropa in tsum area. Here are many caves where Milaropa did meditation. The major monasteries of the area are Rachen Gompa, Mu Gompa and Dephyudonma Gompa.
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As tsum valley trekking is going into wilderness where infrastructures of tourism have not developed so positive thinking, will power, power of tolerance, fitness are basis elements you should have. It is advisable to have proper trekking insurance which will be life saving and economic in the need of evacuation.
A special restricted area permit is necessary for Manaslu area and another for Tsum vally. The permits are granted for at least group of two people and use of government registered trekking company is most.
The Manaslu fees are: September – November $US70 for the first week (then $US10 per day) or December – August $US50 for the first week (then $US7 per day). For Tsum the same periods apply but the fee is $US35 for the first week. Besides this Tims card is required (Trekkers Information Management System). In addition, you will need to pay both the Manaslu Conservation Area Park (MCAP) fee (Rs2000) and the Annapurna Conservation Area Park (ACAP) fee (Rs2000) for the section from Dharapani to Besi Sahar after you join the round-Annapurna trail.
Day 01: Arrival
Day 02: Kathmandu city tour, Trek preparation.
Day 03: Kathmandu – Arughat
Day 04: Arughat – Liding
Day 05: Liding - Machha Khola
Day 06: Machha Khola - Jagat
Day 07: Jagat - Lokpa
Day 08: Lokpa – Chumling
Day 09: Chumling - Chhokangparo
Day 10: Chhokangparo - Chhule-Nile
Day 11: Chhule-Nile - Mu Gumpa
Day 12: Mu Gumpa to Rachen Gumpa
Day 13: Rachen Gumpa to Dhumje
Day 14: Dhumje to Gumba Lungdan
Day 15: Gumba Lungdang to Ripchet
Day 16: Ripchet to Philim
Day 17: Philim to Khorla Bensi
Day 18: Khorla Bensi to Laapu Bensi
Day 19: Laapu Bensi to Arughat
Day 20: Arughat to Kathmandu
Day 21: Free day in Kathmandu. Shopping, recreation etc
Day 22: Departure
Group Size: 1 + pax
Duration: 22 Days
Season: All Season
Type: Camping+Home stay +Tea House