Tsum Valley Trekking trail takes us along the Budhi Gandaki valley at the begin and Tsum Valley, an undiscovered land located in the remote corner of Nepal. Tsum valley trekking is a newly opened trekking route in Nepal. Until recently this region was barred to trekkers. However, realizing the potential for tourism in this area the Nepalese government opened this region for tourists. Tsum valley trekking region is rich in cultural heritage and we can see number of Chortens, Gumbas and Mani walls throughout this trek.
The ‘awful snowman ‘ or ‘Yeti’ has been reportedly seen in this remote land The Tsum Valley is also home to a pilgrimage route because it is believed that the great Buddhist Guru Milarepa had once meditated in the mountain caves of this valley. We also get to visit the famous natural hot springs in this trek. It is believed that the hot water of these springs cure any kind of allergies related to our skin. Tsum Valley is believed to be one of Buddhism’s sacred hidden valleys, and as such, Tsum valley trekking holds important old monasteries amid remote villages. For centuries, people there have depended on subsistence agriculture, grazing herds of yak, and trading with Tibet. The trails curve past square Chortens and piles of stones hand-carved with Buddhist prayers and deities. People still grow barley and tend to their yaks. Tsum valley trekking is opened for tourism only after 2010. Tsum Valley is well-preserved culturally and environmentally plus has breathtaking beauty and big mountain views.
As an added feature to the trip, you will be traveling with a Buddhist lama that will be with our group during the trek. The lama will teach us about the basics of Buddhism, help coordinate a special blessing ceremony at one of the area monasteries, lead optional brief meditation sessions for interested clients, and generally provide a deeper level of entry to Tsum Valley’s rich cultural heritage.
Spring - March to May
Autumn - September to November