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EXPLORE TIBETAN BUDDHISM IN MANASLU & TSUM VALLEY HIMALAYAN TRAIL

  • 22N 23D
  • 5213 M Altitude
  • MAX 2-10 People

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Encounter With The Locals & Learn The Culture & Lifestyle Of Tibetan Buddhism Of Scared Tsum Valley

  • Understand More About Lamas And Know About Their Unique Ways Of Life.

  • Explore Off The Beaten Path To The Manaslu Region And Get Understand Deeper Insight Into The Less Explored Tsum Valley.

  • Visit Different Chortens, Monasteries, And Gompas Which Are The Symbol Of Tibetan Buddhism

  • Panoramic Views Of Hiunchuli, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Churke Himal, And Poshyop Glacier.

  • Visit  Amazing White-Water Rivers, Amazing Suspension Bridges & Waterfalls Around The Region

Tsum Valley, also known as Beyul Kyimolung is a secret holy valley of bliss, as described by Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava) in the 8th century. And now, 13 centuries later, Tsum Valley still stands as the valley of bliss in every sense. The isolated Tsum Valley was opened to the tourists only in 2007 AD which lies in the historic city of northern Gorkha District of Nepal and some part of its trip is included in Manaslu trek.

The region has its own unique visiting spots and different cultural experiences related to Tibetan Buddhism. We can encounter the 8th highest peak in the world ‘Manaslu’ while doing this trek and many other beautiful peaks throughout your journey. The trail is decorated with lots of Tibetan flags, chortens, monasteries and mani walls made of lots of stone slabs engraved with drawings of mythical deities and prayers passing incredible waterfalls.

The Tsum Valley locals have their own unique festivals to celebrate like Saka Dawa, Lhosar and Dhachyang – the festival of Horses during which beautifully decorate horses participate in the race during December- January.  whereas Saka Dawa is all about celebration commemorating the birth, enlightenment, and demise of Lord Buddha in May every year. Locals have also claimed an Encounter with the yetis which is a great bonus surprise for the visitors. You will find the Himalayan villages between 2400m to 3700 m while exploring this region from the sea level.

MEAL GUIDE

YOUR INCLUDED

MEAL GUIDE: B = BREAKFAST, L = LUNCH D = DINNER

DAY 01- ARRIVAL TO POKHARA-D

DAY 02-EXPLORATION DAY TO POKHARA -B/D

DAY 03-POKHARA – DRIVE TO BARPAK–B/L/D

DAY 04-BARPAK TO LARPAK TO GUMDA–B/L/D

DAY 05-GUMDA TO KHORLA BESI–B/L/D

DAY 06-KHORLA BESI TO JAGAT-B/L/D

DAY 07-JAGAT TO LOKPA (2240M)-B/L/D

DAY 08- LOKPA TO CHUMLING-B/L/D

DAY 09- CHUMLING TO NILE OR CHOKUMPOR-B/L/D 

DAY 10-NILE HIKING TO GHAR GOMPHA & EXPLORE THE VALLEY -BACK TO NILE /LAMA GAUN)-B/L/D

DAY 11-NILE TO CHUMLING-B/L/D

DAY 12- CHUMLING TO DENG (1860 M) OR NYAKPHEDI-B/L/D

DAY 13- DENG TO NAMRUNG (2630 M)-B/L/D

DAY 14- NAMRUNG TO LHO GAUN (3180 M) OR SYALA-B/L/D

DAY 15- LHO GAUN – HIKING TO PUNGEN GHUMPA TO SAMAGAUN (3500 M)-B/L/D

DAY 16- SAMAGAUN – EXPLORATION DAY/ ACCLIMATISATION DAY)-B/L/D

DAY 17- SAMAGAUN TO SAMDO (3860 M)-B/L/D

DAY 18- SAMDO TO DHARMASALA (4480 M)-B/L/D 

DAY 19- DHARMASALA TO LARKE PASS (5213 M) TREK TO BIMTANG (3720 M)-B/L/D

DAY 20- BIMTANG TO DHARAPANI)-B/L/D

DAY 21-DHARAPANI TO SYANGE)-B/L/D

DAY 22- SYANGE DRIVE TO BESISAHAR TO POKHARA)-B/L

DAY 23- POKHARA TO KATHMANDU-B

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Fully Escorted trek with English Speaking Professional and Friendly Local Guide (who have experience of 20 years doing Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek).

Tea Houses / B & B Hotels Accommodation

Meals as specified on the respective days (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Bus from Pokhara to Barpak and Bus back to Pokhara from Besishar.

Every day for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

All 5 necessary trekking permit for your Trek

Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, food and accommodation

Hot shower during your trip

All Government and Local taxes

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED

Your international flight’s Tickets

Nepal Visa fees & Airport Taxes

If you hire a potter there will be an extra cost

Cold drinks, Beverages, and your personal expenses along the trek

Helicopter Evacuation in case of emergency

Personal Travel Insurance (Strongly Recommended)

Gear or equipment for your Trek

Tips for your drivers, hotels, restaurants, etc.

WHAT TO BRING FOR TREK

ESSENTIAL


Medical Masks (useful for dusty conditions)

Warm hat that covers your ears (wool or synthetic)

Headlamp with extra batteries

Sunglasses with UV protection (Only in Summer days)

Polypropylene shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves)

Light and expedition weight thermal tops

Fleece wind-stopper jacket or pullover

Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket

Gore-Tex jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable

2 pairs of thin, lightweight inner socks

2 pairs of heavy poly or wool socks

1 pair of Hiking boots with spare laces (sturdy soles, water resistant, ankle support, “broken in”)

1 pair of trainers or running shoes and/or sandals

Gaiters (winter only), optional, “low” ankle high version

Rucksack and Travel Bags

MEDICAL


Small, personal first-aid kit. (simple and light) Aspirin, first-aid tape, and plasters (Band-Aids) 1 skin-blister repair kit Anti-diarrhoea pills Anti-headache pills Cough and/or cold medicine Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetylzolamide Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin, etc. Do not bring sleeping pills as they are a respiratory depressant. Water purification tablets or water filter (optional)

PRACTICAL ITEMS


1 small roll of repair tape,

1 sewing-repair kit

The smartphone contains Alarm clock, GPS and Altitude finder  

1 digital camera with extra cards and batteries

2/3 Large Ziplocs bag

1 litre water bottle

1 small folding knife Binoculars (optional)

 

ADVENTUROUS TREK-(22N 23D)

  • Travel Insurance Recommended Which Can Cover Helicopter Rescue Upto 6000 M Altitude

  • Medium Trek with Rich in Himalayan Villages & Mountain Adventure

  • Departure dates are 100% Guaranteed

  • Best Value for Money

  • Minimum 2 Person needed to start the Trek

USD 2100

/Per Person

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