Tshum valley lies in the beautiful and historic district of Gorkha in western Nepal. The valley also known as Beyul Kyimolung is as mysterious as it’s beautiful. In the 8th century, Guru Rinpoche described the valley as a holy valley of bliss, and now 13 centuries later the valley has retained its mystic elements in all form. A trek to Tshum Valley will take you to the 7th heaven and leave you with beautiful memories to last a lifetime. The region was a restricted zone up until 2007 AD, thus till today it is still very isolated and remote, far from the chaos of modernity. It is suitable for trekkers who want to go to an unexploited and not commercialized trekking trial to watch the Himalayans and immerse in the beautiful ancient culture of people living in the region. During the trek we will trek through and explore two beautiful and far-flung villages of Chhekampar and Chumchet. In Tibetan language, the word Tshum means vivid and that is exactly how your experience will be. We will have splendid views of the northern mountains, specially Manaslu which is also the 8th highest peak in the world at elevation of 8,156m. We will also have equally captivating view of other towering satellite peaks such as Ganesh Himal to the South, Sringi Himal to the north, and Mount Himchuli and Buddha to the west. The Tshum valley trial provides just the right amount of adventure, fun, and thrill.
The region is one of the most restricted and monitored regions in Nepal because of its very close proximity with Tibet. To trek, trekkers must acquire a special permit from the government. The very old religious and archeological relics of the region are not exploited at all. The locals have claimed to have seen Yeti several times, so we might also have a sight of the mystic Himalayan animal if we are lucky along with other equally exotic animals like snow leopard and musk deer. The most suitable time for Tshum valley trek is in autumn (October and November) and spring (March and May). The itinerary can be designed to add new places, to extend or shorten the trek trip.
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Day 01: – Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel and welcome drinks with briefings about trekking and tours.
Day 02: – Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Bauda stupa, Patan, Swayambhu.
Day 03: – Kathmandu – Drive to Khursanibari (8 / 9h) 900m.
Day 04: – Korsani bari – Khorlabesi (5 / 6h) 970m.
Day 05: – Khorlabesi – Jagat (5 / 6h) 1350m.
Day 06: – Jagat – Lokpa (5/ 6h) 2240m.
Day 07: – Lokpa – Chumling (4 / 5h) 2386m.
Day 08: – Chumling – Chhokangparo (4 / 5h) 3031m.
Day 09: – Chhokangparo – Nile (4 / 5h) 3361m.
Day 10: – Nile – Mu Gompa (3 / 4h) 3700m.
Day 11: – Mu Gompa – Back to Rachen Gompa (3 / 4h) 3240m.
Day 12: – Rachen Gompa – Dhumje (3 / 4h) 2460m.
Day 13: – Dhumje – Gompa Lungdan (3 / 4h) 3200m.
Day 14: – Gompa Lungdan – Ripchet (4 / 5h) 2470m.
Day 15: – Ripchet – Philim (5 / 6h)
Day 16: – Philim – Jagat
Day 17: – Jagat – Khorlabesi (5 / 6h)
Day 18: – Khorlabesi – Arughat (6 / 7h)
Day 19: – Aright – Drive to Kathmandu (5 / 6h)
Day 20: – Rest day and shopping day.
Day 21: – Departure from Katmandu to your destination.
Note: The above information is just a guide and standard pattern of what we provide. The trip itinerary can be adjust as your request to accommodate your specific requirements.
If there is needed details itinerary, please contact us , we will provide you by email for temporarily, till the fulfill write details itinerary.
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While you make such a adventure travel plan to visit in Nepal, Please bring your one suitcase and trekking day pack inside or as hand luggage use for at Kathmandu. You just need casual clothes such as jeans and a light jacket if the evening time gets cold. Leave your things that you don’t need in Trekking/ Travel at Hotel, while you return from the trip then you you will it back from there. The things that you need are listed below:
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While you are travel in Nepal, here is many kind of foods are available such as : Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Korean, and Continental foods:
Foods available in trekking:
|Hot Drinks||Breakfast||Lunch||Dinner||Hard / Cold Drinks|
|· Black Tea
· Milk Tea
· Nepali Tea
· Black Coffee
· Milk Coffee
· Hot Lemon
· Lemon Honey
· Mint Tea
· Ginger Tea
· Masala Tea
· Garlic Tea
· Rice pudding
· French Toast
· Pan cake
· Tibetan Bread
|· Noodle Soup
· Fry Noodle
· Mo.mo Items
· Spring Roll
· Fried Rice
|· Dal Bhat Set
· Pizza items
· Sizzler Items
· Mo. Mo Items
· Chowmen Items
· Steak Items
· Local Items
· Etc ..
|· Cola Cola
· Mountain Dew
· XXX Rum
· Ruslan Vodka
· Royal Stag
After confirmation you will receive by mail the booking form with all the details for the payment of the deposit. The deposit will be sent by transfer to our bank. When we will receive the money we will send you the final invoice with the balance to pay. The balance will be paid at your arrival in Kathmandu.
You can pay your deposit either by bank transfer in the following bank :
Dear my clients, If you have any problem with above payment system, then you can send us through by money transfer such as:
Normally, you can directly deposit the amount of your trip in our bank account as following account info of above. But the money transfer system is for in case if the bank account doesn’t work and It is for quick & easy way to get your payment method.
Trips canceled by the client: – The following cancellation charge will be applied for the cancellation of the trip.
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