Tsum valley trek is a holy Himalayan valley located in the northern part of Gorkha district of Nepal. Tsum Valley is amongst the most disconnected Himalayan valleys. This becomes additionally a constrained region until currently. Tsum is derived from the Tibetan word “Tsombo” which means bright. The track leads you up into the beautiful surroundings of Ganesh Himal, Budhi Gandaki River. Throughout the trek, you will witness wild and uncharted places, home to Gurung ethnic groups. The region was once part of Tibet, which looks totally different from what you will find elsewhere. The general population of Tsum or Tsumbas, welcome you with traditional Tibetian China (butter tea) and with any local meal, which represents Tsum culture. The Tsum people never kill animals, even as a sacrifice to the gods. The sun valley is highly rich in cultural, traditional assets. The Tsum Valley lies on the northern part of Manaslu and was a compelled district until 2008. The Tsum Valley conserves steps of the great Buddhist Yogi Chuchin Milarepa and story about Guru Padmasambhava.
As we leave the essential Manaslu way in the Tsum valley, all of a sudden we get a feeling of coming into the completely different valley. You will witness cold waterways, and experience the warm friendliness nature of local people. We furthermore go to authentic Gumbas (Buddhists Monasteries) of the region which includes: Ranchen Gumba and Dephyudonma Gumba. Each day you will walk between 5-8 hours, with the highest point of the trek being 4,000m above the largest monasteries in the valley, Mu Gumba.