Manaslu & Tsum Valley trekking

 2049 USD

Manaslu Tsum valley is one of the best trekking options for this modern generation. This is the place where nature, culture and civilizations meet each other. Where one of the pretty 8163m highest mountain Mt. Manaslu, welcomes you for your wonderful holidays. There are more than 25 mountains peaks like Manaslu series, Ganesh himals, and Annapurna located. The treks start from 600m and rich over 5000m. Where beautiful Himalayan views, great landscape, lush valley, mixed Nepali culture in low region and great Buddhism with mixed Tibetan Buddhism in upper valley. This is also route of the great Himalayan trail with HIGH PASS.

Tsum valley is specially known as Buddhism pilgrims treks. Where lays very popular monasteries, Monks schools. Where 100s of Monks children studies their study. We ADVENTURE HIGH PASS organize this treks since it establish.

Trip Highlight

Mt. Manaslu, Monastery , Culture, River, Glacier, Tibetan School, Hidden Valley, Adventure in High Himalaya, special Landscape, Manaslu conservation, Annapurna mountains, Larkya la pass. Tshum valley.

  • Outline Itinerary

    Day 1 :  Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel

    Day 2 :  Kathmandu city tour and trek preparation

    Day 3 :  Kathmandu to Arughat and Sotikhola(535m) by Jeep

    Day 4 :  Sotikhola to Doban

    Day 5 :  Doban to Philim

    Day 6 :   Philim to Chumling

    Day 7 :  Chumling to Chhokangparo

    Day 8 :  Chhokangparo to Chhule-Nile (3361m)

    Day 9 :  Chhule to Mugumba (3700m)

    Day 10 :  Mugumba to Chhumling

    Day 11 :  Chumling to Ghap

    Day 12 :  Ghap to Lhogaun

    Day 13 :  Lhogaun to Samagaun

    Day 14 :  Rest Day at Samagaun, one hour hike to Birendra Lake and return to Samagaun

    Day 15 :  Samagaun to Samdo

    Day 16 :  Samdo to Dharmasala

    Day 17 :  Dharmasala, pass Larke Pass (5130 m ) and continue to Bhimthang

    Day 18 :  Bhimthang to Dharapani

    Day 19 :  Dharapani to Jagat

    Day 20 :  Jagat to beshishahar by local Jeep and drive to Kathmandu by car.

    Day 21 :  Free day in Kathmandu

    Day 22 :  Departure

  • Day to Day Detail Itinerary

    Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel

    Upon the arrival at Tribhuban International Airport, a representative from Adventure High Pass will receive you and transfer to the hotel have booked We will go to Adventure High Pass if you arrive earlier in a day, if not we will make settlement of due amount and introduce guide.

    Day 2 : Kathmandu city tour and trek preparation

    Today, we tour to heritage sites at Kathmandu. We start a guide tour from your hotel to four heritage site in Kathmandu which is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. First we visit to Pashupatinath Temple situated in Gausala and banks of Bagmati River where Aryaghat, famous funeral site for Hindus lies. After sightseeing, we visit to Boudhanatha, the Buddhists shrine which is one of the largest stupa in the world. Boudhhanath is one of the holiest Buddhist pilgrimages that include over 50 Tibetan Gompas or monasteries and popular tourist destination. Tour leads to Kathmandu Durbar Square also known as Basantapur holds the medieval king’s palaces who had ruled over Kathmandu Kingdom once. Our last tour will be Swayambhu (the self-existent) which is one of the famous touristic areas where we find large number of monkey population. After sightseeing, we go back to you hotel and you can take rest and prepare for trekking.

    Day 3 : Kathmandu to Arughat and Sotikhola(535m) by Jeep

    A westward 70km scenic drive on the Prithvi main road, through the wooded Middle Hills, results in Malekhu. A 30km secondary tarred road heads north, over the Trisuli Nadi, towards Dhading Besi and a furrowed 35km dirt road northwest to Arughat on the Budhi Gandaki. The dirt road winds upwards towards the Gola Bhanjyang where we can view mountains such as Ganesh, Baudha and Manaslu Himals.

    Day 4 : Sotikhola to Doban

    We come across to the beautiful Sal forest, terraced ridges and pass many waterfalls. Walking through the narrow at the side of cliffs, we arrive at village of Machha Khola. Following the river to Khorlabesi, we reach a place where buckwheat, tobacco and coffe are grown. Our path then enters a lush slender gorge that constricts the river’s progress. On the far side is a landslide with a chancy path, shortly before the triple natural spring spouts in Tatopani. The path then climbs a ridge before crossing the Budhi Gandaki on a span (to avoid an enormous geological formation face and waterfalls). A decent stairs, results in a landslide before a final ridge climb to Dobhan.

    Day 5 : Doban to Philim

    Climbing up the rockey ridge to Salleri, we descend to Setibas. The trail widens up as we climb up the Ghatta Khola. We continue the trail crossing the upstream to a long suspension bridge we climb up to Philim which is a large village of Gurung community.

    Day 6 : Philim to Chumling

    From Philim we come across the forest viewing narrow valley, cross the gorge at Ekla Bhatti and enter the pine tree forests. We then head down to Tsum valley where we can see forest of pine and rhododendron with views of Himalchuli Mountains. Then we climb down to Ghumlong and climb up to Ripchet we finally reach Chumling via Shiar Khola where we visit old Chumling gompa.

    Day 7 : Chumling to Chhokangparo

    The trail continues crossing the suspension bridge and enjoying the views of great Ganesh Himal. We walk through Rainjham that leads us to Serpu Khola and heading to the hidden valley of Tsum. From Tsum, we steep climb taking us to Chhokangparo village. Here we can enjoy amazing Himalchuli view (7893m).

    Day 8 : Chhokangparo to Chhule-Nile (3361m)

    As we climb up the Chhokangparo, the altitude is low so we should be careful. We pass Lamagaon to Rachen Gompa. Climb up to Milarpa’s cave, cross the Shiar Khola, walk through the Phurbe and Pangdun villages. We cross the Chhule villages and walk up stream till we reach Nile.

    Day 9 : Chhule to Mugumba (3700m)

    We walk up and down series heading towards Mugumba. It is one of the oldest monasteries in this region. There is no human settlement due to remote area. Mugumba lies at the highest and farthest point in Tsum valley.

    Day 10 : Mugumba to Chhumling

    We stay overnight in Mugumba and next day we wake up early to head Chhumling.

    Day 11 : Chumling to Ghap

    From chumling we head towards Ghap where we stay overnight.

    Day 12 : Ghap to Lhogaun

    We climb up to the forest and head towards Lihi. Here we get chance to view spectacular rise of the Ganesh Himal. We descend to Lhogaun via steep climb.

    Day 13 : Lhogaun to Samagaun

    Walking through the shady fir forest and a short climb we head to Shyala village. At the top, we will be surrounded by huge Mountains. Peak 29 (Ngadi Chuli and Himal Chuli to the left, Large glacier and Manaslu straight ahead likewise other snow summit to the right. We can see Ganesh Himal standing far away. Walking ahead we will reach Samagaun which is the inhabitant of Tibetans.

    Day 14 : Rest Day at Samagaun, one hour hike to Birendra Lake and return to Samagaun

    Today we take a rest and explore within Samagaun. We will hike for an hour to Birendra Lake, visit the well known monastery Sama, experience the culture of people and have a good dinner.

    Day 15 : Samagaun to Samdo

    We descend to Budi Gandaki on the north while the trail leads to Manaslu Base Camp from the left. We walk through the widen valleys passing through the Mani walls. The trail passes through the large white kani leading us to Samdo.

    Day 16 : Samdo to Dharmasala

    We continue our trail through wooden bridge over Budi Gandaki, cross two streams experiencing Larkya Glacier and go around the Salka Khola that leads up as to Dharmasala also called Larkya Phedi. It is a stone guest house and we stay overnight here.

    Day 17 : Dharmasala, pass Larke Pass (5130 m ) and continue to Bhimthang

    From Dharmasala, we walk across the moraines of the glacier to the pass. We can have spectacular views of Cheo Himal, Himlung Himal, the huge Annapurna II and Kangguru from the pass. Experiencing the sceneries, we head to Bhimthang.

    Day 18 : Bhimthang to Dharapani

    We walk through the rhododendron forest to Karche which is the highest cultivationg place then descend to Gho village. Walking through the Tilje village, crossing the Dudh Koshi and wooden bridge we will reach Dharapani.

    Day 19 : Dharapani to Jagat

    From Dharapani we head to Jagat.

    Day 20 : Jagat to beshishahar by local Jeep and drive to Kathmandu by car.

    Day 21 : Free day in Kathmandu

    After long trekking to Himalaya, final day in Himalayan kingdom for shopping and relax.

    Day 22 : Departure

    Drive to Airport.

    • What is Included

      - All require transportation as program by privet car and jeep.

      - 3 star hotel in Kathmandu on Bed and breakfast.

      - one day city tour with guide and car. 

      - Accommodation in guest house and hotel for trekking.

      - 3 times meal and 3 times hot drinks while trekking.

      - 1 Guide with perfect English and experience with got. License holder.

      - 1 porter for two trekkers.

      - require 4 times trekking permits.

      - Insurance for Guide and porters.

    • What is Exclude

      - Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara.

      - All extra snacks and drink while in trekking.

      - Your insurance.

      - Tips. 

    • Manaslu and Annapurna trekking

      Manaslu and Annapurna trekking

      The trek takes us to Manaslu and Annapurna region which further explores the jomsom area. During the journey, we pass through the Larkya La Pass (5,135m/16,847ft), the highest point on the Manaslu Circuit and Thorang La Pass (5,416m/17,769ft), the highest point on the Annapurna Circuit. The trip begins from Kathmandu, capital city and then land to Lukla from where we will head  you up the mountains where we will have chance to explore the grandest views of some of the highest mountains in the world.

      Manaslu trekking offers unique sceneries which has remained untouched. Only few travelers visit here as it is one of the off the beaten trek but Annapurna on the other hand is one of the popular and adventurous trekking area of Nepal and visited by people from all around the world. Thus the trekking provides both unique and adventure trek to the travelers. As we pass we will get to be a part of a rich variety of natural landscapes and cultural heritage that Nepal so proudly boasts. We will explore the lifestyle and their hospitality of the people living there.

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      • Tshum valley trekking

        Tshum valley trekking

                             TSUM valley is one of the rural and remote valleys that lie on the northern part of Manaslu. One of the off beaten areas as it used to be restricted until 2008 so It is less exposed and less beaten path and very few travelers visit here to explore high and mysterious valley but it is used to be an important trade link with Tibet. The most important reason for this travel is to discover secret Tibetan Buddhist lying at the edge of one of the most secluded Himalayan Valleys. During the trek we can come across majestic surroundings of Ganesh Himal, Sringi Himal and Buddha Himal also we can view the alpine forest, glacial rivers and other scenic beauty. Other than natural scene, we can explore warm hospitality of ethnic people, ancient Gumbas, art, culture and religion.

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        • Manaslu Trekking

          Manaslu Trekking

          The Manaslu circuit trekking is one of the best treks known for its harmony and preservation. The circuit is less explored so very view travelers visit here that makes the journey peaceful, natural and beautiful experience perfect for those seeking a getaway from the everyday busy lives. Not only natural beauties this circuit is rich in culture and tradition. Tamang and Sherpa’s is inhabitant here which has their unique culture which highlights the trip. The Manaslu Circuit Trek tour begins from Kathmandu sight seeing the UNESCO world heritage site and then to Arughat from where the actual trekking begins. The whole tour is decorated with the extra ordinary views of the snow-clad mountains, unique combination of rich cultural heritages and adventure amidst vantage points with incomparable beauty and rare bio-diversity. Explore the world’s eighth highest mountain peak, Mt Manaslu. The Manaslu region is well known for its high altitude glacier lakes, fascinating flora and fauna, cultural diversity and richness which make it one of the favorite destinations for trekkers around the world. Travelers need permits to visit all around the circuit which starts from Arughat and ends at Bulbule.

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        Facts of Trip

        Destiantion: Nepal

        Duration: 22 Day(s)

        Trip Grade: Challenginng

        Altitude: 5160

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        Big thank to you Adventure High Pass especially our lovely guide Nabin and our porter for making our recent trek to EBC unforgettable. I really recommend these guys for being, firstly, comparably excellent value for money, and for being very attentive and professional along ...

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