Learning by Experience

Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Trek


Dephyudonma and Rachen monastery - the oldest monasteries in the Tsum valley.


DURATION

17 Days


DIFFICULTY

Moderate/Strenuous

MAX ALTITUDE

5,100 M

DESCRIPTION

Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Journey gotten to be exceedingly respected both in its possess right and as a prevalent expansion to the classic Manaslu journey. Whereas the scenes, mountain view and natural life make the travel more than beneficial, the genuinely exceptional highlight of Tsum Valley Journey is the wealthiest Tibetan Buddhist culture that lies at its heart, making it one of Nepal’s really mysterious experiences.

DEPARTURE SEASONS

2021

March - May

September - November


We also do custom private trips according to your time and availability.


Trip Overview


Tsum valley, which lies inside the Manaslu Conservation Area and is inhabited by the indigenous Tsumba community. Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Journey gotten to be exceedingly respected both in its possess right and as a prevalent expansion to the classic Manaslu journey. Whereas the scenes, mountain view and natural life make the travel more than beneficial, the genuinely exceptional highlight of Tsum Valley Journey is the wealthiest Tibetan Buddhist culture that lies at its heart, making it one of Nepal’s really mysterious experiences.

A heavenly and covered up asylum known within the far off past as Beyul Kyimolung, Tsum Valley has long had solid affiliations with Buddhism and is considered sacrosanct to its adherents, so much so that the slaughtering of creatures is totally precluded inside the valley. Domestic to a string of religious communities and religious shelters, each edge of grass and each stone appear to emanate with the significant confidence that has been the foundation to the lives of the neighborhood individuals for centuries.


  • Day 01:Welcome at Airport and transfer to your Hotel.
  • Day 02:Free day for trekking preparation
  • Day 03:Drive Kathmandu to Arughat/Soti Khola (700m,7-8 hrs).
  • Day 04:Soti Khola to Machhekhola (869m, 5 hrs).
  • Day 05:Machha Khola to Jagat (1340m, 7 hrs)
  • Day 06:Jagat to Lokpa( 2260m, 6-7 hrs).
  • Day 07:Lokpa to Chumling(2386m, 4-5 hrs).
  • Day 08:Chumling to Chhokangparo(3031m, 4-5 hrs).
  • Day 09:Chhokang Paro to Mu Gumpa(3700m, 6-7 hrs).
  • Day 10:Tibet border (Ngula Dhojyang, 5093m) then return to Mu Gumpa (8-9 hrs)
  • Day 11:Mu Gumpa to Gumba Lungdang(3200m, 6-7 hrs).
  • Day 12:Hike to Ganesh Himal Base Camp(4900m) and back to Gumpa Lungdang(8 hrs).
  • Day 13:Gumpa Lungdang to Lokpa(6hrs)
  • Day 14:Lokpa to Dovan.(1340m,7hrs)
  • Day 15:Dovan to Soti Khola (700m, 7 hrs)
  • Day 16:Soti Khola to Kathmandu by drive (7 hrs)
  • Day 17:Departure
  • Note:
    * The trek itinerary is a guide only and may be subject to change at short notice
    * In order to obtain your Manaslu restricted access permit, we need your original passport at least 2 working days before departure.


Your trek cost includes:

  • Pre-trip advice and detailed information
  • Expert trip leadership and motivated staff for the duration of the trek
  • Airport transfers in Nepal (where applicable)
  • 2 nights accommodation pre-trek & 1-night post-trek in Kathmandu
  • 1-night accommodation pre or post-trek in Pokhara (where applicable)
  • Transportation to and from trek start and finish for you and your trekking team (different budget options available)
  • Basic teahouse/lodge/camping accommodation during the trek on a twin sharing basis
  • During the trek all meals on a full board basis (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) to include tea/coffee during the meals, but excluding any drinks outside of the meal times
  • All permits, conservation area, and restricted area fees
  • Porters
  • Insurance and equipment for Nepali staff
  • Rescue assistance
  • Group medical kit

Your trek cost does NOT include:

  • International flights to and from Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Visa for Nepal
  • Travel insurance (insurance to include evacuation is mandatory. Please make sure you are covered to the correct altitude)
  • Personal expenses such as fizzy drinks, chocolate, gifts, snacks, hot showers during the trek, etc.
  • Meals unless specified
  • Sightseeing
  • Gratuities
  • Excess baggage on internal flights
  • Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond the control of Initiative Outdoors


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