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Guide For Tsum Valley Manaslu Trek


One of the most well-liked treks among lovers of nature exploration is the Tsum Valley Manaslu Trek. Those people who live in the ‘Nup Ri’ area of the upper Bhudi Gandaki. Since they have arrived here in the early 16th century, which also means that Western Mountains are the direct ancestors of Tibetan immigration. They resemble Tibetans living in Nepal’s northern regions in terms of language, dress, and traditions, though In 2008, Tsum was just released. While the Manaslu area was first allowed to trekkers in 1995. There is no place in the world that can compare to Nup Ri’s magnificent and iconic mountain views. After seeing Tsum Valley, the spectacular Larke Pass is a fascinating experience.

Tsum Valley Manaslu Trek Highlights

The entrance is located across Arughat at Soti Khola and is reachable through a beautiful drive through the Middle Hills. As it ascends to Philim, the Tsum valley walking path passes through various hills and settlements. As a result, it turns east into the smaller, then larger Upper Tsum Valley. In addition to potatoes, crops including barley, maize, and buckwheat are also farmed. Watch out for blue sheep (Bharal) and Himalayan Tahrs. Mu Gompa and Rachen Gompa, mani and prayer walls, which are located on a lovely hills nestled in the lap of the valley. Gompa Lungdang, which is located at the base of a conical hill against the main slope of Ganesh Himal.  The local tribes hold several Buddhist festivals, perform ritual juniper herb burnings to purify the air and Mother Nature, hang prayer flags, and construct Mani Walls for the well-being of all conscious animals.

Therefore, Bharal Adventure offers you this incredible package in just 22 days. We assure you the highest standards of hospitality and services. We are more than excited to assist you with  one of your bucket list .

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