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Tsum Valley Trekking



Tsum Valley Trekking

Situated in northern Gorkha District- Tsum valley is untouched and unspoiled trekking route of Nepal.  Squared with the mountains, Tsum valley is one of the sacred valleys in the inner Himalayas which is loaded with cultural and natural wonders. Religion here is Buddhism and people here follow the Tibetan cultures and their living style is also similar to Tibetan lifestyle. Wonderful Tusm Valley collects many Buddhist monasteries, Chortens and many long Mani walls. This amazing valley also offers the stunning views of mighty Himalayas including Himalchuli (7893m.), Manaslu 8163m, Ganesh Himal, Ngadi Chuli (7879m.) or (peak 29),Sringi Himal and other mountains. Varied landscapes, several waterfalls, different kinds of flora and faunas of Manaslu Region are the other highlights of fantastic Tsum Valley Trekking route. Tsum valley is home for indigenous community Tsumba – whose origin is Tibet.

Tsum Valley is one the remote area of Nepal is also a restricted trekking area where travelers should issue special permit cards and must be accompany by a local trekking guide along the way. Comparatively, less visited, less exposed Nepal trekking route offers to explore the hidden mysteries of this secret valley. Trekking Tusm valley itself is an amazing adventure, and it  gets even better walking though the mani walls, exploring several ancient Buddhist monasteries, enjoying the warm local hospitality and unfolding the Himalayan living style as well as witnessing the flora and faunas of Manaslu Trekking Region.

Join Tsum Valley Trekking with Buddhaland Treks Nepal and explore the cultural and natural wonders of Tsum valley. We assure you an amazing adventure in Nepal Himalayas which will be a lifetime experience.

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