About Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek

Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek is a unique trekking package in Nepal. Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek area is socially rich also. The greatly mesmerizing Himalayan landscape can be seen here. It is an untouched valley and sacred Himalayan pilgrimage destination arranged in the northern Gorkha region of Nepal.

Manaslu Trekking route is around 8163-meter-high Mount Manaslu is out of a blue place prevalent among wild trekking lovers. The Mountain Views in Nup Ri are staggering and notorious that you can't discover anywhere. Furthermore, Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek involves a picturesque journey through the Middle Hills goes past Arughat at Soti Khola. The Manaslu trekking tour leads through various villages and ridges as it ascends to Philim.

The Tsum Valley is situated in the northern region of the Gorkha locale. Tsum Valley Trekking trails individuals to the trans-Himalayan district behind Mt. Manaslu. On the other side, it sets against the lofty scenery of the Ganesh Himal (7,422m), Sringi Himal (7,187m), and Buddha Himal (6,672m). During the trek, enjoy stunning scenes and distinctive flora and fauna. This area also has exceptional magnificence with a rich mix culture of Nepal and Tibet, giving a genuine experience for trekkers to Nepal.

Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trekking Highlights:

  • Sightseeing at Kathmandu City
  • Mu Gompa & Gompa Lungdang
  • Green Tibetan Tsum Valley Trekking
  • Manaslu Trekking
  • Ganesh Himal Range
  • Know Tibetan Culture
  • Tibetan Buddhist Gompas
  • The Larkya La Pass (5400m)
  • Incredible view of Glaciers, Rock, Snow-capped Peaks, Lakes, and more
  • Samdo & Sama Gaon Villages
  • Visit Milarepa Cave
  • Incredibly diverse Flora and Fauna, Scenery
  • Spectacular Himalayan Views

Besides hilly regions, mountain peaks, and valleys, while moving towards a plunging road, you will go by thick pinewoods and thereby view various types of birds. Moreover, during the sunny days, you see musk dears on the opposite side of the river. Philim offers you phenomenal scenes.

If this is not enough, trekkers will get the opportunity to enjoy strolling in the shady fir woods in Samagaon, followed by a short step to a plateau and the Shyala village. Magnificent mountains encompass us, Himal Chuli and Peak 29 (Ngadi Chuli) to one side, Manaslu and substantial glaciers straight ahead, and snow summits to another side. At the most distant end of the village, sitting above the valley is the famous Sama monastery. Sama Gaon is a town occupied by the Tibetans and lies at the foot of Manaslu.

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Highlights

  • Sightseeing at Kathmandu City
  • Mu Gompa & Gompa Lungdang
  • Green Tibetan Tsum Valley Trekking
  • Manaslu Trekking
  • Ganesh Himal Range
  • Know Tibetan Culture
  • Tibetan Buddhist Gompas
  • The Larkya La Pass (5400m)
  • Incredible view of Glaciers, Rock, Snow-capped Peaks, Lakes and more
  • Samdo & Sama Gaon Villages
  • Visit Milarepa Cave
  • Incredibly diverse Flora and Fauna, Scenery
  • Spectacular Himalayan Views

Day to Day Itinerary

Welcome by our representative. Transfer to the hotel. Fresh in hotel and free time. Give itinerary and short briefing about Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek Itinerary by Himalayan Asia Treks Trip Planner.
 Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Accommodation: Three Star.
  • Location: Kathmandu.

In the morning, after breakfast, we introduced your trek guide/leader. It will provide an opportunity to know your guide/leader and can ask questions about treks. After discussing with the trek guide/leader, we start the sightseeing tour. We provide a private vehicle and guide for a city sightseeing tour. We visit Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple. The rest of our time is for shopping near your hotel.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Accommodation: Three Star.
  • Location: Kathmandu.

After an early breakfast, we will begin our outing with a drive along with the Prithivi Highway west from Kathmandu, through the delightful waterway, cross the Trishuli River and arrive at Dhading Bensi through the pitched street. We will stop en route for breaks and lunch. A four-to-five-hour transport drive from Dhading Besi takes us Arkhet, driving alongside the picturesque towns, streams and follow Dorandi Khola ceaselessly northwards to Gorkha. Then, go to Arukhat with noticing the Mount Manaslu and Ganesh Himal range on the strides of Manaslu where we change next jeep to Arkhet by following the Budhi Gandaki River. Arughat Bazaar is grouped on the two sides of the River Budi-Gandaki, connected by an engineered overpass; this is the most significant settlement in the valley. Likewise, an intersection to different important spots, two hours drive from Arughat, takes us to Soti Khola.

Overnight in Sotikhola.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Arughat.
  • Altitude: 530m.

Subsequent to taking a decent breakfast, we set off from Soti Khola to Machha Khola, which lies at the rise of 869 meters from ocean level, and it requires around 6 hours all out time. Then again, you can, in any case, anticipate going somewhat further to Khorlabeshi (970m). The town of Machha Khola is greater than Khorlabesi, and you could do washing and blazing yourself at new Machha Khola water.

 Overnight in Machhakhola.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Machhakhola.
  • Altitude: 825m.

You cross the Machha Khola and head upstream to the small town of Khola Bensi and the underground aquifers at Tatopani. The path is completely uncovered and testing in places. After a short part of the timberland way, you arrive at the single teahouse at Doban. At Lauri, you cross the waterway on an engineered overpass and afterward jump on a high path to the fields of Jagat.

Overnight in Jagat.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Jagat.
  • Altitude: 1330m.

Today we will go into the confined district of Tsum Valley. The guide will enroll your license in a designated spot at Jagat. On the final initial segment, you will travel a tad through the riverbank. After some all over through Shridibas, settlement of Philim come into your sight. Pass through the engineered overpass and stop in Philim for lunch. Investigate town of Philim and Japanese made school there. As you pass by the Ekle Bhatti trail, get isolated toward Tsum and Manaslu. Pass through the welcome block and climb toward Lokpa. You may feel like it is ahead of schedule to stop in Lokpa (2240m); however, the next settlement, Chumling, is far to go further.


Overnight in Lokpa.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Lokpa.
  • Altitude: 2240m.

In the wake of having eaten, we begin strolling from Lokpa town to access the wild course to Tsum valley. In the period from Lokpa to Chumling on a crisp morning, the perspective on Baudha Himal(6672m) and Ganesh Himal VI is seen plainly. Preliminary slides to Lungwa stream valley, then, at that point, move up through a quiet tropical woodland of thick rhododendron and pine to Gumling. No towns are given way between Lokpa to Gumling. Primary isolates at Gumling. We cross Syar Khola again and show up in the village of Chumling. Late evening, a side excursion to the upper piece of Chumling to visit the abbey is the fantastic perspective on Ganesh Himal. Chumling has three cloisters of Panago Gumba, Mani Dhungyur, and Gurwa Gumba. There are a telephone utility and a well-being post as well.

 Overnight in Chumling.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Chumling.
  • Altitude: 2600m.

From Chumling, the day starts with a get over an engineered overpass onto the contrary bank. We cheer the unique perspectives on Ganesh Himal. Stroll past Rainjam to Serpu Khola, crossing another scaffold we show up at the Gho Villag having neighborhood teashop. Other proceeds with 2 hours move to Tsum takes us to the shocking conventional town of Chhokangpar. Assuming the rainclouds blow over, partake in the perspectives on Himalchuli at 7893 meters and Ganesh Himal at 7140m.

 Overnight in Chhokangparo.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Chhokangparo.
  • Altitude: 3010m.

We trek somewhat more limited than in previous days. The Nile, on the western, sun-side of the Shikhar Khola, around 20 minutes stroll opposite Chhule, is the last town traveling north in the upper Tsum Valley. As we go up, the valley becomes fruitful, tight, and we see individuals occupied in cultivating. After passing Lamagaon, Piren Phu cavern of St. Milarepa, where his impression is as yet saved and observable in the stone. Piren Phu(pigeon cave) is perhaps the most hallowed collapses the Tsum valley on a rough bluff mountain, with great perspectives on the valley from the cavern abbey, close to the town of Burji. There are two separate Gumbas connected to the rough cavern. Lavishly painted Buddhist paintings, excellent creative contents cut on stones, long petition banners, and critical Buddhist paper scripts make this cavern quite possibly the most significant socio-social resource in the valley. Then, at that point, we head towards the getting of the engineered overpass over Shiar River and proceed with our trip across a few towns to at long last cross a scaffold and show up at the Nile.

 Overnight in the Nile.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Nile
  • Altitude: 3361m.

After a pleasant morning meal, we go climbing to investigate day to well-known and strict Mu Gompa without taking our baggage. We are presently practically near the Tibetan boundary. Then, at that point, we see the Dhephu Doma Gompa. Finally, we plunge to lodging for lunch, get our things, trip down to Chhekamparo through Rachen Gompa, a Buddhist convent, and remember back to Chhekamparo. 

Trekking to the east bank of the Siyar Khola and crossing flat boulder-covered plains following the power lines to Rachen Gompa (3240m), where we inspect the ancient Gompa, discuss to very friendly nuns or monks.

Overnight in Mu Gompa.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Mu Gompa.
  • Altitude: 3361m.

We trek to the south toward the west bank, pass through Chhokangparo, then, at that point, dips under on the past trail towards Chumling. After about 2hrs:

See a little white gompa on the left at Gho (2485m).

Plummet on a narrow path passing the gompa to your left side and drop to a wooden extension over the Siyar Khola.

Cross the scaffold to Domje (2460-has Tibetan homegrown medication facility and school Then, we climb steeply through pines and rhododendrons until the track begins navigating at a mani divider with supplication banners.

At last, in the pine woodland, take a supplication banner checked uphill path and make a crisscross move through gigantic silver pines to arrive at Gumba Lungdang (3200m), roosted on edge with tiny cells for the nuns dissipated through the excellent rhododendrons above. This small gompa with 40 nuns has an exceptional and engaging puja from 6.00-7.30pm every night except if the nuns are on vacations or somewhere else, which is for certain months every year – enquire in Chhokang-Paro. The mountain sees everything astounding, and being here was the top feature of our numerous outings to Nepal.

Overnight at Gumba Lungdang.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Gumba Lungdang.
  • Altitude: 2600m.

We go down Chhokangparo to the cloister at Gho(2,485m). It is forging a tight path through the town to cross the Shiar Khola and head to close Dhumje(2,440m). Then, at that point, the trail scales steeply through pine and rhododendron to arrive at a Mani divider with petition banners. Leaving Gomba Lungdang, we go through Domje and return to Lokpa. The preliminary will drop back through the George that shapes the passage into Tsum valley along the Syar River.

 Overnight in Lokpa.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Lokpa
  • Altitude: 1700m.

The plummet trail through the uncovered course, we cross the Buri Gandaki on a solid scaffold then, at that point, enter a tight canyon rising and slipping while continuously moving through the valley. Intersection the waterway again on a suspension to Nupri and afterward through bamboo backwoods to Deng (1860m), occupied by Gurung residents. We wander all through the valley ravines to cross the Serang Khola before at last showing up at Ghap (2160m).

Overnight in Ghap.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Ghap.
  • Altitude: 2160m.

Leaving Ghap, the valley becomes more extreme and long moves through bamboo and rhododendron, crossing the wild two or multiple times to arrive at the town of Namrung, section into Nupri district. Individuals here are relatives of Tibetan travelers numerous hundreds of years prior. We progress forward, passing the passageway entryway of Mani dividers, Buddhist Gompas to the towns. Past here, the valley opens out and before long go through the Tibetan town of Sho. The city has numerous yaks, and there are great perspectives on Manaslu (8163m) and Manaslu North (7157m) toward the finish of the town.

 Overnight in Lho.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Lho.
  • Altitude: 3180m.

This day is easy, and we empower ourselves to appreciate the extraordinary mountain sees. Journey to Sama (3530m), we follow the right bank of the waterway with perspectives on Peak 29 ahead. A few hours moving through the woods carries us to the town of Shyala, offering views on Phungi, Manaslu, and Himal Chuli. The locals depend on yaks, potatoes, and grain for their harvests in this exceptionally high area. As we climb up, the pinnacles of Ganesh Himal towards the east and the colossal pinnacles of Himalchuli and Manaslu in the south can be seen. Finally, we gaze down into a bit of plunge where two columns of houses structure the principal part of Sama. At the most distant finish of the town, sitting above the valley stands the notable religious community of Sama Gaon; the Tibetan line is exceptionally close from here. We stop at Samagaon for the following two evenings, which will additionally assist with acclimatization.

Overnight in Samagaon.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Samagaon.
  • Altitude: 3530m.

After taking breakfast, we start our trip towards Samdo. Then, we fire our journey with scaling towards Cho Chanda. After that, we stroll through the desert way and windy way. From here, we can see heavenly perspectives on Himlung Himal, Gyagi Kung Himal, Kang Kuru, Annapurna II, Cheo Himal, Simnang Himal, Nadi Chuli, and different pinnacles moreover. From this town, Tibet guest is exceptionally close.

Overnight in Samdo.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Samdo.
  • Altitude: 3690m.

After taking breakfast, we start our trek towards Dharmashala. We walk towards Dharmashala through a walk down the edge through some fields and can see old Mani walls. We cross the wooden bridge over the Budi Gandaki and climb gradually up the valley.

Overnight in Dharmashala.

  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Dharmashala.
  • Altitude: 4470m.

We leave Dharmasala promptly in the first part of the day. It is the longest and hardest segment of traveling around Manaslu, crossing the Larkya la pass 5160m before the breeze begins blowing firmly and potential storms show up on the pass. The path forms a delicate move across moraine; it plummets a little to a lake and afterward turns out to be harsh and ill-defined as it crosses toward the south of steep green inclines. The path stays on the moraine to an edge set apart by two cairns; from here, the petition banners denoting the pass are noticeable. Slip to the four frozen lakes, then, at that point, make the last steep move to the pass. From the pass of the culmination, there is an excellent all-encompassing perspective on a crisp morning of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kanguru, Minjung, and the enormous Annapurna II not too far off. Enjoy the great attitudes from the highest point of the pass. Bhimtang is long yet wonderful. On the plummet from the pass, the path follows the highest end of the moraine toward the west and makes a bunch of steep, unpleasant curves as it crosses the moraine; then, at that point, dives all the more delicately on a free rock to one more lush moraine at 4,450m. The path currently becomes simpler to follow and arrives at a bit of meadow. The valley becomes more extensive as the Trails goes to an enormous knoll, past a mani divider, and a little rest house that marks Bimthang at 3,590m.
Overnight in Bhimtang.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Bhimtang.
  • Altitude: 3720m.

After taking breakfast, we start our trek towards Dharapani. We descend the valley towards Burdin Khola. From this way, we can see an excellent view of Manaslu and Annapurna. We find rhododendron and pine forest on the way. Finally, we pass Tilje village, where we will discover an apple orchard and available local wine. It is our last day of trekking.

 Overnight in Dharapani.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Tea House / Lodge.
  • Location: Dharapani.
  • Altitude: 1860m.

After taking breakfast, we start our trek towards Kathmandu. We will take a local jeep from Dharapani to Besisahar. After reaching Besisahar, we take a bus or Hiace and drive towards Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Accommodation: Three Star Hotel.
  • Location: Kathmandu.
  • Altitude: 1350m.

Keeping beautiful memories of Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, Himalayan Asia Treks Staff will transfer to the airport as per your flight schedule.  

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Location: Kathmandu.

What's Included

  • Accommodation on twin/double sharing in Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast. 
  • Ground transportation (Airport pick and drop, sightseeing by private).
  • Three times meals at trekking route(Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner).
  • Accommodation in Tea house or lodge in trekking route.
  • Government licensed English speaking guide.
  • Porter (one porter for two person and carry 20 kg.
  • All necessary paper work like Permit and TIMS card (Trekkers information management system).
  • Travel and rescue arrangement.
  • Twenty four call assistance by our office representative.
  • Farewell dinner in typical Nepali restaurant.
  • Meals in Kathmandu.
  • Any type of insurance.
  • Any type of flight fare.
  • Personal nature expenses like bar bills, water, tea coffee, shower, laundry, wi fi in trekking route.
  • Tips.
  • Any extra cost which is not mentioned in Cost includes column.
  • Extra day for natural calamities like flood, landslide, flight cancellation.

Useful Information

Nepal Information:

Nepal is landlocked country located between India and Tibet autonomous region of China. It have highest peak of the world name Mt Everest (Sagarmatha) and eight peaks of the world’s ten highest peaks. It is birthplace of Gautam Buddha place name is Lumbini.
Nepal is small country but tremendous geographic diversity. It rises from Fifty nine meters to eight thousand eight hundred forty eight meters. Nepal is divided into three part Terai, Hill and mountain regions.
In here, the first language is Nepal (Devanagari script) and one hundred twenty three languages. The official language of Nepal is called Nepali.

Passport and Visa:

First thing for travelling anywhere, you need valid passport with at least six months. You can obtain visa for Nepal from Nepalese consulates or on arrival in Kathmandu or other boarders or most reliable source of information is currently the Department of Immigration Nepal If you fill online form and bring with you, then it would be easier to get visa in any Nepal boarder.

Weather:

Nepal’s climate varies with its topography and altitude. The low land Terai area has hot and humid climate that can rise above 40 degree Celsius during summer, middle region weather is pleasant almost all the year and northern region temperature is always cold.

Nepal has four seasons:

  • Spring: Mar-May: The temperature is good in this season and many flower blossom and best season for trekking.
  • Summer: (Jun-Aug): Monsoon season in Nepal, weather is hot and wet at times.
  • Autumn: (Sep-Nov): This is the best season for tour and trek in Nepal. In that time, weather is highly pleasant so are the mountains and Himalaya. This is also season of festivals as Nepal celebrates the biggest festival Nepali name Dashain and Tihar.

Best Time to Go Trekking in Nepal:

The best to do trekking in Nepal is September to November and March to May. December and January is also possible to do trekking but winter season so it would be cold and snowfall, we can suggest lower part of mountain trekking. June, July and August is raining season so we suggest contacting us for best trek.

Is it suitable trekking for me?

If you are physically fit and love to walk then you can choose any trekking itinerary from our website to suit you. If you choose long day’s program, then you have t walk more days in mountain. All trekking program can see in our website. We suggest while going trek, please took one professional guide and if you cannot carry your luggage then took one porter also. If you need more question about suitable trekking package in Nepal for you, please drop email or contact us in social sites also.

Currency:

The Nepalese currency called Rupees. For exchanging your currency into local currency, can visit Bank, govt. licensed holder Money Exchange.

Insurance:

We told all our clients to do travel insurance before leaving your home country with showing your travel itinerary. Their insurance must covered medical, personal accident, loss of gears, emergency evacuation, and damage or lost their luggage and etc.

Hotel/ Accommodation on Trekking in Nepal:

We provide to our client in City area best three star (above three star is on client requested) and lodge/teahouse during the trek. A Teahouse/lodge is the combination of guest house and restaurant where rooms are normally decorated and available bed, pillow and blankets. In every trekking route, we provide only teahouse/lodge because there is no availability of deluxe hotel.

Meals Trekking in Nepal:

The meal which is provided in trekking area is included breakfast, lunch and dinner. We provide breakfast and dinner where you stay overnights and our guide will choose restaurant for lunch on the way. Our guide and other staff always give priority t served delicious, hygienic and each place special food. We recommended you to bring water purification tablets.

Guide and porter Trekking in Nepal:

We provide you best staff to you who have good experience and government license. In a group, we provide one guide till 16 pax and one porter for each two person. One porter carries 20 kg .

Personal Expenses Trekking in Nepal:

Personal expenses means which is not covered your package column cost include. Normally, you have to pay for table drinks (alcoholic/nonalcoholic beverages), snacks (on the trek), tips, souvenirs, hot showers and extra day if flight cancelled or any other natural disasters.

Some do’s and do not’s Trekking in Nepal:

  • Respect local culture and people.
  • The Nepalese people are friendly and hospitalize by nature so you do not have difficulty to adjust in here.
  • While you are entering in Temple and monasteries, just check in some temple not allowed entering for non-Hindus. If there is permitted to enter, please do not wear leather things and walk in Temple and Stupas clockwise. Before taking photograph, please ask authorized person for permission.

What do I need for trekking?/ Packing list :

  • Day pack (rucksack)
  • Light weight and warm trousers.
  • Socks.
  • Sun hats and gloves.
  • Full- sleeves t shirt.
  • Warm jackets.
  • Waterproof jacket, trousers and bag cover.
  • Light weight cotton clothing.
  • Waterproof or windcheater jacket.
  • Knee supports.
  • Sun glasses.
  • Sun cream and lip protector.
  • A one liter hard Water bottle.
  • Batteries
  • Flash light
  • Down jacket
  •  Sleeping bag and duffel bag will provide by our company have to return.
  • Trekking shoes or boots.
  • A pair of sandals.