Dates 14 Dec '16 to 13 Dec '17
Flexible? Yeah, sure
Est. Cost 1,650 - 1,650 USD (USD United States Dollars)
Type Tour Participants Wanted
Name Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek
Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek is an energizing and testing trek into remote districts of Nepal where couple of explorers have come to. North of the Manaslu Circuit Trail is the radiant Tsum Valley where time appears to have stopped for a considerable length of time. The eighth century Guru Rimpoche called it 'Beyul Kyimolung', signifying, 'the heavenly concealed valley of joy'.
The Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek, begins at Arughat Bazaar, the same with respect to the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The Manaslu Circuit Trek goes through little Hindu towns encompassed by green terraced fields. The trail takes after the Budhi Gandaki River to its frigid head waters, high in the Himalayas. There are dazzling perspectives of Mt. Manaslu. While on the Manaslu Circuit Trail there are comfortable tea-houses for settlement.
The trail to TsumValley expands the Manaslu Circuit toward the north. As you take after the rough, soak limit trails through pine and rhododendron woods, profound canyons, clear frosty waterways, waterfalls and hot springs you will be persuaded that it is to be sure the 'heavenly concealed valley of bliss'.
The topographically segregated Tsum Valley extends up to the fringe of Tibet. This separated valley is an asylum for old Tibetan Buddhism which thusly denies chasing, making this territory a characteristic untamed life haven. Advancement ventures have not touched this territory, but rather the upside of this is the occupants however exceptionally poor, have a rich culture that has been safeguarded for quite a long time. This intriguing area has an abundance of hundreds of years old religious communities, gompas, chortens, and mani dividers. A portion of the antiquated Buddhist Gombas of the area incorporate the Milarepa's Cave, Rachen Gompa and Mu Gompa. Another highlight of the trek is the long tiresome rising on harsh, presented landscape to Larkya La, 5215 m, known as 'triumph slope'. The view from the highest point of Larkya La is shocking; you are encompassed by blanketed mammoths of the Himalayas.
There are no visitor houses in the Tsum Valley, as couple of trekkers have ever come to there, however the well-disposed villagers open their homes for home-stay, which is the ideal approach to get in inside take a gander at their lifestyle and their antiquated Tibetan-Buddhist conventions. You will be invited with Tibetan accommodation and served Tibetan margarine tea and basic nearby nourishment.
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Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek
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