Tsum Valley Trek 2021 is an opportunity to excurse into the wild and restricted valley of Tsum. Enriched with unique landscapes, mountains, and preserved culture, Tsum valley is an elegance that showcases the magnificence of mountains and wild Trans Himalayas landscapes.This wonderful valley lies in the isolated and well-preserved section of Nepal in the backdrop of the beautiful Himalayas which includes Ganesh Himal, Singri Himal, Boudha ranges, and Mt. Manaslu, the world’s eighth highest mountain. Therefore, the valley is often regarded as a hidden jewel of Nepalese Himalayas. The name – Tsum is a Tibetan word that translates as impressive in English. And, like its name, the valley is truly impressive. The extraordinary views of mountains, wild desert-like landscape, isolation, ancient caves, monasteries, and preserved culture, the valley is indeed a jewel of the country.
Get ready for some surreal adventure in 2021 because Himal Eco Treks is here with its exotic travel packages that might cater to your lust for travel and fun. The year 2020 has been a real trauma; the world has gone through isolation due to fear of the noble coronavirus. But the year 2021 is a dessert; a year for travel, fun, and freedom after the stress of 2020. And, what would be more adventurous than spending time into the wilderness of nature? Located in the northern territory of Gorkha, Tsum valley is a breathtaking location where one can admire the natural and cultural beauty of Nepal at once. The valley extends over an area of 1663 meters and has some ancient caves, monasteries, and gompas that dates back to the century. It is a place of archeological importance that has the memories of past preserved intact.
Talking about the valley, the valley is sparsely populated with traditional people who resemble to that of Tibetan people in terms of culture, custom, religion, tradition, and lifestyle. One can notice the Tibetan style old houses built in the valley inhabited by people who follow the Tibetan Buddhist religion. The colorful prayer flags, mani walls, chortens, gompas, monasteries and caves on the way are the evidence of the fact. The rock-strewn trails, artistic chortens, prayer wheels, prayer flags and mani walls carved with the paintings of deities and prayers makes the trail to the valley even more mystic and appealing. Besides, the local folks regarded as Tsumbas are interesting. The trek can be an opportunity to get acquainted with their unique culture, custom, festival, dialect and lifestyle.
So, are you ready to immerse into this mystic beauty of Tsum valley? The trek can be a lifetime experience to appreciate the inspiring beauty of mountains like Mt. Singri Himal (7,817 m), Mt. Ganesh Himal (7,422 m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6,441 m), Buddha Himal (6,672 m) and many more. The region was restricted until 2008. Though the trail has been opened thereafter, the region receives very few travelers. Therefore, the beauty of this valley is preserved and less exposed to the outer world. If you are amongst those who want to relish the glory of virgin trails in the pristine atmosphere, then Tsum Valley 2021 can be an ideal trekking option for the upcoming year 2021.
Tum valley trek 2021 starts with a drive to Arughat which is around seven hours’ drive from the capital city of Kathmandu. From Arughat, the trail climbs up the Budhi Gandaki valley along a well-paved route with an awesome mix of dense forests, terraced farmlands, and charming villages. On the way, we diverse from the main Manaslu trail and head towards the Tsum valley. As we traverse into the valley, we can notice the change in atmosphere and surroundings. The atmosphere gets more wild, dry, and isolated. Tsum valley trek 2021 is an opportunity to pass through alpine forests, glacial lakes, and traditional villages. We pass various villages like Liding, Machakhola, Jagat, and Philim on the lower Buri Gandaki river and traverse into the secluded region of Tsum to explore ancient caves and gompas like Paren Phu cave, Rachen Gompa, Mu Gompa, Dephyudonma gompa and many more. Did you know? The valley is very rich in terms of wildlife. Therefore, do not get surprised if you get a sight of Himalayan Thar or Blue sheep somewhere nearby.
Items that are not covered in the cost of trip price.
- Nepal Entry visa fees.
- Meals (lunch, dinner) in the hotel in Cities
- International Airfare
- Snacks, soft drink during the trek
- Personal trekking equipment is not provided by HET
- Tips to the guide, porter, driver or any other trekking staff
- Extra baggage charge