The Tsum Valley trekking is a great journey to the historical place of ethnic groups in the remote part of the Gorkha district. It is surrounded by the beautiful Himalayas as Boudha Himal, Himal Chuli, Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal. Its border is connected with Tibet. Tsum is a Tibetan term, which means multiple. The thirteen provinces ruled as a single territory, is a historical connection with this village. The trekking in the Tsum Valley leads trekkers to the perfect Himalayan village, which is jeweled with ancient art, culture, and religion. Mostly, the local people follow Buddhism, rich in customs and traditions.
Nepal Tsum valley trek requires a special trekking permit because it is declared as a restricted area. The Buddhist heritage and civilizations are penetrated on the whole Tsum valley trekking trail. It is decorated with Chhortens, Mani walls and stone scripted drawings of Buddhist mantras and prayers. Distinct language, culture, and rituals are some of the characteristics of the local people. Once saint Milarepa was supposed to have meditated in this valley. One interesting thing is that the polyandry system is still in practice in this area.
Naturally, the trail is panoramic with the mountain views of the Ganesh Himal range and the rugged landscape. The area is surrounded by the high passes, the Ngula Dhoj Hyang (5093m) and Yamdro Pass (5326m). Although it is regarded as a culture trekking in the Tsum Valley, the trek is suitable for all the adventure lovers and enjoys the warm hospitality of ethnic groups. It is virtually untouched culturally distinct.
Tsum Valley Trekking itineraries begin from Aarughat of Gorkha district after a seven-hour drive from Kathmandu. Following several ups and downs along the Budhi Gandaki River, the trekking heads through the ethnic Gurung settlement. Spring and Autumn are the best seasons for the Tsum valley trekking package. Please, contact us for Tsum valley trek information and the perfect service with an experienced trekking team.
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