Tsum Valley Circuit Trekking – 2 weeks

Pony Larke pass trek

Tsum Valley is known as the “hidden valley” because it is located in a very remote area in the north of Kathmandu. Tsum Valley lies between the Buddha Himal and Himal Chuli to the west, Ganesh Himal to the south, and Sringi Himal to the north. Because of its remoteness and its late opening in October 2007 there is little information and no promotion manaslu tsum valley trek. The trekking starts to Tsum Valley from Arughat like round Manaslu. This is camping trek or we can do lodge trekking also, but preferably, tented trek is better idea. You can expect more than two to three weeks trekking in this region and area. . During this trek you will have breathtaking views of the mountains; you will see stupas, monasteries and discover the lifestyle of Tibetans. ‘Tsum’ which is derived from the Tibetan word-Tsombo, which means live. True to its name, the Tsum valley keeps still its natural treasures. Natural and clear streams, teeming with varieties of vegetation, exotic scenic mountains, waterfalls, hot springs and ancient relics. An interesting feature of this trek is the contact with the local population, its unique culture and lifestyle that are remained authentic.

ItineraryService IncludesService ExcludesTrip Facts

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Depart Kathmandu for Arughat (570m), 6hrs, O/N tent/lodge
Day 03: Trek Soti Khola (730m), 4hrs
Day 04: Trek to Machha Khola (930m), 5hrs
Day 05: Trek to Tatopani (990m), 4hrs
Day 06: Trek to Filim (1550m), 6 hrs
Day 07: Trek to  Chumling
Day 08: Trek to Chhokangparo
Day 09: Acclimatization day.
Day 10: Trek to Nile
Day 11: Trek to Bhajyo (Chhekya)
Day 12: Excursion day, O/N in Chhekya
Day 13: Trek to Chhekomparo
Day 14: Trek to Lokpa (2244m)
Day 15: Trek to Jagat (1340m)
Day 16: Trek to Lapunesi (885m)
Day 17: Trek to  Arughat (620m), Final day of the Tsun valley Circuit trek
Day 18: Drive to Kathmandu, O/N in hotel
Day 19: Free day in Kathmandu at your own, O/N in same hotel
Day 20: Final departure from Kathmandu for your further destination

  • Airport pick up and drive according to itinerary and plan
  • Hotel in Kathmandu as per program
  • Tsum Valley Especial entry permit for the first 8 days
  • Manaslu Especial entry permit for the first 7 days
  • TIMS cards as per necessary
  • Manaslu Conservation Area entry permit
  • Annapurna Conservation Area entry permit
  • Three times food  during the day- Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner in the lodges
  • Porters and guide with their wages, transportation, accommodation, foods, etc
  • Insurance for local staffs
  • High altitude chamber as per requirement
  • Helicopter calling in emergency
  • Applicable Nepal government tax with service charge
  • Nepal entry visa
  • International flights and airport tax
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses/Bar bills
  • Laundry service, Battery charging and heater
  • Alcohol drinks with mineral water and hot water/ Hot shower
  • Rescue in emergency
  • Your gratitude for your guide and porters
  • And, those things which are not mentioned in -Service includes-

Duration of trekking: 2 weeks,
Trek season:  Mid-September to Mid-December and February to Mid-May
Difficulty:  Moderate to Hard
Accommodation: Tea house/Tent camping
Trek starts: From Arughat-Sotikhalo and ends at Bulbule-besisahar
Highest elevation: 5160m at the top of Larke Pass
Mode of transport: By Bus- Kathmandu to Arughat-Solikhola and Bulbule/Besisahar to Kathmandu
Airport service: By private vehicle.

Trekking highlight: Drive to Arughat-Sotikhola from Kathmandu, 7/8 hours of driving by local bus- Jeep can be hired. Follow the Budi Gandaki river by walk from Sotikhola up to Eklo Bhatti- Chisapani. The, drive to Lokpa for trapping Tsum vally trail- keeps on through Chumling village, Chekomparo village and visit Rachen Gumba. Final destination- is Mu Gunba (3700m)

Cultural aspects are almost Tibetan culture tradition. 100 percent of people from here are Buddhist. But, well surrounded by Sring Himalaya range, four 7000m high of Ganesh Holy mountains and many more.To the next side of trekking, Manalsu himal- 8156m- eighth highest peak of the world, ascent by Japanese expedition in 1953, the great trekking trail and les visited trekking route in Nepal.

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