About Tsum Valley Manaslu Trek - 21 days
Tsum Valley with Manaslu Trek is an adventurous journey in one of the remote areas of Nepal. Manaslu with a mountainous beauty is a shining star of Nepal and bosting with a height of 8163m making it the eighth highest mountain in the world. On the other hand, Tsum is one of the most beautiful valleys of Nepal inhabiting pure culture and natural beauty. Tsum Valley with Manaslu Trek is a 24-day trekking journey in Nepal. This long and beautiful journey conducted by Himalayan Ecological Trekking is mostly regarded as the best trek in Nepal and one of the best trekking routes in Nepal.
To trek in these valleys, we recommend interested people keep their health and fitness in mind because as much as the journey is beautiful it is at the same time challenging too. The trail will take you to the cascading waterfalls, roaring rivers, and stunning cliffs, vast and gorgeous farmlands of the Manaslu region. Likewise, the crossing of Larkya La pass which is thrilling and adventurous is also part of the journey.
The major highlight of the trek is a visit to the Milarepa’s cave which is believed to be the place once mediated by Guru Rinpoche. Similarly, you will pass through many Chortens, Gumbas, and monasteries which have their own meaningful hidden stories. As much as the cultural part and historical stories of this place are interesting, the place equally boasts breathtaking views of Simrang, Manaslu, Huinchuli, Buddha, Ngadi, Siringi Himal, and many more mountains on this journey.
It has not been many years since the places have welcomed foreigners to visit the place. So, to visit the place one should get a special permit and be compulsorily accompanied by a local guide. And together with that, accommodation in Manaslu and Tsum Valley is a very basic and simple type of teahouse which are run by the local families to augment their income. Join Himalayan Ecological Trekking in this classic yet less explored trekking trail of Nepal and learn more about the authentic culture and lifestyle of people living in the remote part of Nepal.