Panoramic view of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Annapurna, and Lamjung
Dramatic landscapes covered in green with different shades
Exploring monasteries and understanding Buddhism
The sweeping view of the Himalayan sector
Adventure enthusiasts often head to Nepal, as it offers a plethora of challenging explorations that pass through different trekking routes. It is because of the geographical location and the presence of the rugged mountains spread across the nation that trekking lovers from all over the globe arrive in Nepal during different trekking seasons. Apart from trekking, it also gives an opportunity to learn about a new culture, meet new people, and taste new recipes. If you are an art lover, Nepal has more to offer than just trekking!
The Tsum Valley is a northeast trail in the Manaslu trek, which began operations from the year 2008. The Tsumbas, who are of Tibetan origin, continue to speak the unique dialect and trade with the north. The trail passes through several ridges and villages. One of the unique experience that you can cherish for the rest of the life is the path that turns the trek into a Philim, where the east begins to lower. During the journey, you will witness Bharal, Himalayan Tahrs, and snow leopards (if lucky).
The fascinating views that you observe during the journey are priceless. You will notice the stone houses with slate roof’s and Milarepa’s cave. The monasteries present along the trekking route welcome trekkers in the evening, who receive the chance to watch the evening prayers offered to the god. Rachen Gompa and Mu Gompa located in the south are monasteries for Ngak-pa sect nuns. The round-about view from the monastery is the best.