- Encounter with varied types of animals along the trails like blue sheep and Himalayan Thar
- Colorful Prayer flags and Mani walls along the trail
- Breathtaking views of mountains like Ganesh Himal, Himal Chuli, Lamjung Himal, Manaslu and many more.
- Cross Larke la (5210m), the highest point of this trek where a pure magnificence panoramic view of numerous snowy Himalayan mountain range awaits you;
- Observe the Tibetan villagers closely and witness their customs and experience how they interact with each other and with visitors.
- Experience walking through pine, rhododendron and bamboo forest and enjoy the nice view of the waterfall as well as flora and fauna i.e blue sheep, the mountain goat.
- Marvelous view of world 8th highest Mt. Manaslu (8,163m)
- Manaslu was the first ascent on May 9, 1956, by Toshio Imanishi from Japan and Gyalzen Norbu of Nepal
- The region shelters endangered animals such as the snow leopard and red pandas. You are likely to encounter with blue sheep, Himalaya Thar, langur monkeys and yaks.
- Walking through tropical green hills covered with pine, juniper, and deciduous forests
- Local culture, tradition, and way of living in Buddhist philosophy are the major highlights of this trek.
Discover the secret Tibetan Buddhist land lying at the edge of one of the most secluded Himalayan valleys. Tsum Valley is one of the world’s remotest Himalayan Valleys which was also a restricted region until recently. The trek to Tsum Valley takes you into the majestic surroundings of the Ganesh Himal, Sringi Himal, and Boudha Himal ranges. The region once being part of Tibet looks completely different from what you will find elsewhere. The people of Tsum Valley or the Tsumbas belong to Tibetan origin with their own ancient form of dialect, art, culture, and religion. Very few adventure travelers have made it to this high and mysterious valley, which used to be an important trade link with Tibet. In the initial days, we trek the route of Around Manaslu Trek or the Manaslu Circuit Trek. The Tsum Valley lies on the northern part of Manaslu and used to be a restricted area until 2008. The region is still less exposed in comparison to other touristy areas, with relatively virgin and less beaten paths in comparison to the more popular regions. The Tsum people have their own way of family life, which may be quite surprising for many outsiders. All the brothers in the family are married to a single girl, what you may call a practice of polyandry.
The trek start and endpoint are Arughat, a seven hours drive from Kathmandu. The first half of the trek ascends the Budhi Gandaki Valley on good paths through a mix of dense forest, terraced fields, and hill villages. As we leave the main Manaslu Trail for the Tsum valley, suddenly we get a feeling of entering truly into the hidden valley. While on the trek, we also pass through the alpine forests, glacial rivers, and enjoy the warm hospitality of ethnic people. Pass the lower Buri Gandaki regions of Liding, Machhakhola, Jagat and Philim. We also visit the ancient Gombas of the region such as Rachen Gompa, Mu Gompa, Dephyudonma Gompa.
Manaslu Tsum valley trek is one of Nepal’s Himalayan charms to observe a dazzling collection of panoramas, peak and serene valleys. The trekkers who trek to the Manaslu and Tsum region will take pleasure in a marvelous array of geographical landscapes and cultural diversity.
Manaslu Tsum valley trek can explore the wilderness and get the opportunity to explore the local culture of the traditional villages of Samagaon and Samdo and observe the lifestyle of Tibetan people.
Tsum valley was only opened for trekkers a few years ago and the trail traverses through pristine areas where you will witness the beauty of nature than any other places. This trek suits best to those who are looking for challenging trekking in Nepal and it is also a part of the Great Himalayan Trail.
Manaslu Tsum valley trek is a magical enchantment of the trekking which presents the awe-inspiring views of Manaslu and hidden Tsum valley. Along the way you can see the varied range of the flora, and fauna, passing through incredibly sheer-sided gorges, the deep river of the Budhi Gandaki and Marsyangdi rivers which offers central access to the highlands beyond the major Himalayan chain.
Manaslu and Tsum valley TrekDownload Trip Dossier
Note: below trekking hours, altitudes and distances are approximate, and absolutely for general idea only.
- Day 1: Arrive at Kathmandu airport (1,302m/4,270ft)
On arrival at Tribhuvan International airport, our representative will be awaiting you to cordially welcome with great hospitality. The representative will be displaying “Nepal Sanctuary Treks” placard outside the airport terminal. You will be then escorted and transfer to the hotel in our private vehicle. Further details and short preliminary briefing will be provided after transferring to the hotel. You will have leisure time to relax and freshen up.
- Day 2: Morning tour to the ancient marketplace and visit world’s UNESCO Heritage sites
After breakfast, we will start our fresh morning by wandering Ason and Indrachowk marketplaces to get a glimpse of traditional Nepalese life. You’ll witness the bustle of the market, see how locals purchase the products and haggle for a bargain. Whilst walking around enjoy the lively and vibrant atmosphere this local market has to offer.
We walk through a narrow alley and see people rushing. Observe the first hand the local produce people from Nepal actually purchase. You will also take in the sights and smells of the market. Your friendly tour guide will explain in full detail all the products and procedures you will see. There is plenty of opportunities to buy something for your selves and lots of photo opportunities to capture in your camera.
Next, we head towards Kathmandu Durbar Square, also called Hanuman Dhoka Durbar, and used to be the residence of the Nepali royal family and administrators. This ancient sites situated in the traditional heart of Kathmandu that incorporates an architecturally extraordinary complex of ancient palaces, temples, courtyards, and shrines dating from the 15th to the 18th century.
The most revered places of Kathmandu Durbar Square is the three-storied temple named Kumari Bahal. The structured like a typical Newari Vihara. In this house lives Kumari, a girl who is respected as the living goddess. During the festival of Indra Jatra, the Kumari is paraded around the square in a custom-built gilded chariot and worshipped by the people.
The tallest temple of Kathmandu valley ‘Taleju Bhawani’ built in 1549 AD. This temple is deliberated to be the most outstanding work of art in the Durbar square and considered to be the royal goddess.
Jagannath temple built in the 16th century is well-known for erotic carvings, and the Hanuman Dhoka (the royal palace) is situated in Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Kalbhairav is considered to be the destructor form of Lord Shiva. Built in the 17th century, this, 10 ft. high stone statue of terrifyingly portrayed Kal Bhairav is sited near Jagannath temple.
Temple of Shiva Parvati, rectangular in shape enshrines Nava Durga, a group of goddesses on the ground floor. It has a wooden image of Shiva and Parvati at the window of the upper floor looking out at passerby in Durbar Square.
You are then taken to Swayambhunath (monkey temple) which is the magnificent ancient religious architecture and center faith of Hinduism and Buddhism. Its lofty white dome and dazzling golden spire are visible from far and wide. Upon arriving at the top, you can hear the Buddhist songs “Om Mani Padme Hum” resound everywhere. The candles and the aromatic fragrance of incense that burns constantly create a serene vibe and we can turn the enormous prayer wheels which encircle the stupa.
Buddhist shrine of Boudhanath, one of the largest stupa in Nepal as well as the sacred Buddhist sites in Kathmandu. You will observe the monk chant in the prayer hall while people lighting butter lamps and reciting mantras. You can see the vibrant prayer flags tied to the stupa that conveys mantras and prayers into the universe while fluttering in the wind. Traditionally, prayer flags come in sets of five, one in each of five colors. The five colors signify the elements and the Five Pure Lights.
Further, we visit Pashupatinath temple, a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva located on the bank of Bagmati River. You can see elaborately dressed holy men meditating outside the temple and pilgrims placing offerings at the shrines. You can also observe people performing the religious ritual and funeral pyres burn at open-air cremation.
After visiting fascinating cultural heritage sites, you will transfer back to the Hotel. The evening can either be spent strolling the marketplaces in Kathmandu or resting at the hotel.
- Day 3: Kathmandu to Soti khola (730m/2,395ft) 8hrs drive
It is a long ride day today so we will have to start early. We will have an early breakfast at our hotel and get on the vehicle that will drive us to our destination. Driving along the proper road we then drive through many villages and terraces to Soti. We will accommodate overnight in teahouse.
- View of Ganesh Himal, Lamjung Himal and Manaslu on the way
- Beautiful terraced fields of potato, wheat and rice
- Day 4: Soti Khola to Macha Khola (930m/3,051ft) 6-7hrs trek
After an early breakfast, we cross the suspension bridge and trek through the Sal forest. Then we ascend to the ridge of rapids on the Budhi Gandaki. From here we reach Khursane from where we trek through the rocky trail with ups and downs and eventually the trail will make its way to the Gurung village of Lapu Besi. Further, we pass a zigzag path to reach Macha Khola. Stay overnight in Macha Khola.
- Scenic backdrops of Ganesh Himal, Shringil Himal
- Crossing Buri Gandaki River
- Walk through shaded forest of Sal trees
- Gurung settlement
- Across Budhi Gandaki are the vistas of Annapurna Circuit between Bahundanda and Syange that looks breath taking
- Walking down rice terraces
- Day 5: Macha Khola to Jagat (1,440m/4,724ft) 6-7hrs trek
After breakfast we walk through few ups and downs andfinally cross the Tharo Khola. Eventually we will reach Khorlabesi. After a few more ascend and descend there is a small trailside hot spring, from where we reach to Tatopani. We pass through a natural hot spring at Tatopani and continue to trek through the valley as it gets narrower. We ascend over a ridge and then traverse the Budhi Gandaki River through a suspension bridge. Further we take ascent on a broad well crafted staircase and across a landslide then over a ridge that takes us to Doban.
After we climb up to the Budhi Gandaki river, we reach Yaru Khola that lead us further to a stone staircase and climb more stairs to Tharo Bharyang. Along the way, we pass through paved stones along with mani walls and finally reach the picturesque village of Jagat. We stay overnight in Jagat.
- Pass through picturesque typical village and hot spring.
- Towering mountains, deep river gorge and climb up stone stairways.
- You are likely to see monkeys, donkeys and varied range of birds.
- If you are lucky we might encounter with langur monkeys
- Day 6: Jagat to Lokpa (2,240m/7,349ft) 6hrs trek
Today we enter Tsum Valley, after having an early breakfast. Before heading to Lokpa we will check our permits of Manaslu and Tsum valley at checkpoint. Further, we climb ridge over Salleri and trek along the river bank traversing the Budi Gandaki through suspension bridge. We reach wide valley as we trek towards Philim. After that we walk flat trail passing Ekle batti where the trail separate between Tsum and Manaslu and further take ascend that takes you to Lokpa, the first village as we enter the Tsum valley. We stay the night in teahouse.
- View of Manaslu range from Lokpa
- If you are lucky then we might encounter with musk deer
- Day 7: Lokpa to Chumling (2,386m/7,828ft) 4-5hrs trek
We start to trek after having our breakfast in the lodge. As we start the trail gradual descends to the banks of the Shiar Khola and then it goes through forests. The trail is a challenging one as it is an ascending path that stretches on almost the entire trail. We climb a steep ridge until we descend to a bridge over Shiar Khola. Once crossing the bridge we trek steeply to the village of Chumling. Chamling village offer us magnificent views of Ganesh Himal. Stay overnight in Chumling.
- You can see chorten, monasteries, mani wall in Chumling village
- Incredible view of the Boudha Himal (6,672m) and Ganesh Himal.
- Climb through the dense forests of rhododendron, juniper and pine trees
- Visit the monasteries of Chumling; The Panago Gompa, Mani Dhungyur and Gurwa Gompa.
- Day 8: Chumling to Chhokang paro (3,031m/9,944ft) 5-6hrs trek
We start our trek early in the morning after breakfast. We take a gentle descend trail and traverse the river. From here we trek straight up for a few hours through shaded forest of pine and deciduous trees, followed by opening up to parched landscape of the high plateau with wide pasture land and trek further will takes you to the village of Chhokanparo which is situated on a flat land. Chhokanparo name comes from its two settlements, Chhokang and Paro. From this village we will witness amazing views of Ganesh Himal range.
- Walk through juniper, pine and deciduous forest
- Experience Tibetan Buddhist culture of the indigenous “Tsumbos
- If you are lucky you might encounter with musk deer, goral
- Spectacular views of Ganesh Himal from the south, Boudha Himal and Himalchuli peaks to the south west along the way
- Enjoy the views of Himalchuli and Ganesh Himal from Chhokanparo
- You can see beautiful chorten, maniwall and gompas
- Some households practice polyandry in Chhokanparo.
- Day 9: Chhokang Paro to Nile (3,360m/11,023ft) 4-5hrs trek
With an early breakfast we rejoin our trail. The trail is flatter as the valley opens up. Through the trail we will come across many gazing land, Mani walls, chortens and stupas. Nile is the last village heading north in the upper Tsum valley. The village is situated on the bank of the Shiar Khola and has numerous households.
- Pass through picturesque village, Mani walls, chorten and stupas.
- Tibetan settlement
- View of Ganesh Himal and other unmanned peaks
- You are likely to see herds of yaks along the way.
- Pass the Piren Phu cave (pigeon cave) splendidly painted Buddhist wall painting, scripts carved on stones, long prayer flags is one of the most holy caves in the Tsum valley.
- Day 10: Nile to Mu Gompa (3,700m/12,139ft) 3hrs trek
After breakfast we start to trek to Mu Gompa. The trail gradually ascends through alpine meadows along with Juniper and Larch trees. Soon we reach Mu Gompa, home to a very ancient and the largest monastery in the area. Once we arrive at Mu Gompa we have enough time to explore around. About 30 minutes hike from there will take us to Dhephu Doma Gompa where several Buddhist nuns live here doing meditation. We return back and camp on a grassy area just below Mu Gompa.
- Walk through alpine pasture
- Visit Mu Gompa and Dhephu Doma Gompa.
- Views of Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, Lamjung Himal
- Walk along forest of Juniper and Larch trees
- You can see yak grazing in the pasture land
- Tibetan settlement
- Close to the Tibetan border where we can see spectacular views of the Tibetan peaks
- Day 11: Mu Gompa to Rachen (3,240m/10,629ft) 4hrs trek
After breakfast, we leave Mu Gompa behind and descend to lower altitude. After several days of trekking in high Tibetan landscapes we finally trek back down along Shiar Khola crossing the valley to Rachen Gompa, red roofed Buddhist nunnery. It is a very old monastery established in 1936 where the most of the nuns join the monastery at the age of 7.
- Visit Rachen Gompa, the old monastery
- Views of Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, and Lamjung Himal and enjoy glimpses of the Punchen Himal that is unique in shape.
- Day 12: Rachen to Dumje (2,405m/7,890ft) 6hrs trek
After having decent breakfast, we steeply trek downhill. As we trek further down the climate gets warmer, we trek passing Shiar Khola, Laudang and Ghaughung Khola until we finally cross a wooden bridge.
- Pass through picturesque village
- Walk through pine and juniper trees
- If you are lucky you might encounter with musk deer and goral
- You can see cultivated field of barely and potato in Dumje.
- Observe dozens of yaks grazing in pastureland
- Observe rustic stone houses along the trail,
- Long hand-carved mani stones , stack mani walls and chorten
- Day 13: Dumje to Lokpa (2,240m/7,349ft) 6hrs trek
We have an early breakfast and leave Dumje behind. Today we trek towards several ups and downs trails. We climb over some very deep gorges, pass some cantilever bridges. Then we descend on steep stairs to Ghumlong on the river. From here it’s a final gradual climb up through pristine temperature forest to Lokpa.
- Pass through picturesque village
- Walk through pine and juniper trees
- View of Manaslu range
- Pass through stone made houses, mani walls and chortens
- Day 14: Lokpa to Ghap (2,160m/7,086ft) 7-8hrs trek
Today is another long trek day, we will start trekking early. The trail from Lokpa will descend down to the point until we meet another track that comes from Philim.
We trek further crossing the Buri Gandaki on a solid bridge and enter a loose track at a narrow gorge. The trail goes up and down till we cross to the east bank and soon back to west bank.
Further we traverse Nupri, Deng and a dense bamboo forest, as we continue trekking we also cross Rana and Bhi as well. We trek all the way down to Serang Khola and after crossing we trek a final climb to Ghap.
- View of Manaslu range
- If you are lucky you might encounter with troops of langur monkeys
- Walk through bamboo forest
- Cross many rivers
- Explore Tibetan village
- Day 15: Ghap to Lho (3,020m/9,908ft) 4hrs trek
After having breakfast we start to trek to Lho. We will pass through villages like Namrung and Banjam, after crossing Banjam the trail steeps as we trek to Lihi.
Lihi offers fine views of Ganesh Himal and trekking further from here we reach Sho then soon to the next village Lho. From here we will be able to view Manaslu and Kutang Himal. We will reach Lho early and will have time to explore the area. We can hike to Ribang Gompa as well as explore the stupas, mani walls and Kani. We will return back to our camp and spend the night here.
- Climb through bamboo and rhododendron forest
- Tibetan migrant settlement
- Passing the Mani walls, Buddhist Gompas to the villages.
- You can see yaks along the way
- Views Manaslu, Kutang Himal, Manaslu and Manaslu North
- Hike to Ribang Gompa as well as explore the stupas, mani walls and Kani.
- On the way to Lho, the spectacular views of Ngadi Chuli and Manaslu can be seen
- Day 16: Lho to Samagaon (3,450m/11,318ft) 4hrs trek
We will have our breakfast along with an amazing morning view. After breakfast we rejoin the trail and descend across Damonan Khola. From here we ascend again to a plateau at Shyala and cross a ridge descending onto a rock.
Trekking further, we pass through extensive pastures and fields of Samagaon. There is lot of place of interest to explore around such as gompas, traditional Tibetan Village and Phung Gyen Monastery which is situated on a ridge above the village. The village nestled perfectly against a wooded moraine at the end of the valley.
If you trek during second week of April then you get opportunity to see horse riding festival with many food stalls. We will rest overnight in Samagaon.
- Traditional Tibetan Village and Phung Gyen Monastery
- Wide glacier moraine valley.
- Sama village and primary school.
- Manaslu Peaks and glacier.
- Birendra Lake
- Horse riding festival during mid of April
- Views of Phungi, Manaslu and Himal Chuli from Shyala
- The villagers rely on yaks, potatoes and barley for their crops in this distinctly alpine region
- Further you can see the views of Ganesh Himal towards the east and the huge peaks of Himalchuli and Manaslu in the south
- Tibetan border nearby Samagaon
- Day 17: Samagaon to Samdo (3,860m/12,664ft) 3hrs trek
After having breakfast we start to trek to Samdo. The trail descends to Budhi Gandaki and then to Manaslu Base Camp. We then trek through Larkya La trail passing several Mani walls. The valley broadens along an easy trail passing all the way through juniper and birch jungle to the stone huts at Kemo Kharka.
We trek gently uphill all the way to Samdo through arid path and windy valley. This village is an excellent view spot for Manaslu, Samdo, Naike, Nagdi chuli, Simnang and several other awesome peaks. We stay overnight in Samdo.
- You can see incredible backdrops of Manaslu, Naike Samdo, Nagdi chuli, Simnang and several other awesome peaks.
- Explore Samdo village and you can see yaks and blue sheep on the way
- Day 18: Acclimatization and rest day at Samdo
Today is an acclimatization day; an optional day hike to Gya La will be organized. Gya La is a trading pass with Tibet; we can explore the village or take rest. We will return to the village for overnight.
- You can see incredible backdrops of Manaslu, Naike Samdo, Nagdi chuli, Simnang and several other awesome peaks.
- Gya la trading pass
- Explore Samdo village and observe Tibetan lifestyle
- Magnificent mountains scenery
- Encounter with blue sheep grazing nearby on the barren hill-sides.
- Day 19: Samdo to Larkya Phedi (4,460m/14,632ft) 3-4hrs trek
After having breakfast we rejoin our trail, the trail is rocky and zigzags leading to Larkya La. We begin by climbing up the pass and walk downhill through fields, huge Mani walls and Kaan (gateway) before descending to the river and traversing on a wooden bridge at 3850m/12,631 ft.
This place shows up on maps as the legendary Larka Bazaar, which used to be a prosperous market. On the way you can see Nikey peak and mani walls marks the beginning of climb to the pass where the trail starts climbing through tundra and juniper trees. You can see the huge Larkya Glacier coming from Manaslu.
Continue on the ridge to the right to find a trail that traverse over the top of two gorges. As you climb up the side of a gorge to a viewpoint at the edge of a huge gorge at 4,000 m/13,123 ft; the trail grows steeper. The trail further climbs in and out of the gorge from where we reach Larkya Phedi and rest for the night.
- Larke Bazar, used to be flourished market in the past.
- Encounter with Marmots and Blue sheep.
- View of Larke Glacier coming from Manaslu
- Mani walls and kaan stone arch (gateway)
- Walking through Juniper and Tundra forest
- Walk through narrow gorge
- Day 20: Larkya Phedi to Bimtang (3,590m/11,778ft) via [Larkya La (5,135m/16,847ft)] 8-9hrs trek
On this day, we make a long gentle ascend across moraine and climb down to lake. The trails become rough as it traverses to the south of steep lush slopes. You can enjoy the view of Cheo Himal and many other snow capped mountains and peaks.
The trail head towards the moraine to a ridge marked by two cairns, from here the prayer flags marking the pass are able to be seen. We then descend to the four frozen lakes then take a final steep climb to the pass. When you go down from the pass the trail continues the top of the moraine to the west and passes through many sharp ascents and descents.
As we cross the moraine then descends more lightly on wobbly gravel to another grassy moraine at 4,450m/14,599 ft. The trail now becomes easier to continue and reaches a small pasture at 4,080m.
As the trails heads down to a large meadow, the valley becomes broader where we pass Mani wall and a small rest house that marks Bimthang at 3,590m/11,778 ft. We stay overnight at Bimthang, a huge valley surrounded by high peak
- Backdrops of Cheo Himal and several snow capped mountains
- Larke Glacier moraine
- Day 21: Bimtang to Dharapani (1,860m/6,102ft) 7-8hrs trek
Today is also a long trek day so we have to start trekking early morning. We descend to a glacial stream of the Dudh Khola; traverse a bridge and drop into blanketed pine and rhododendron forests.
We trek to Hampuk at 3,430 meter from where the path descends to Karche following the course of the Dudh Khola and crossing the stream flowing down from the Kichke Himal.
Trekking further to the village of Gho, from here we trek along the bank of the river and the gradually descend to the Gurung village of Tilije. After trekking through Tilije we cross to the eastern side of the Dudh Khola and follow along its embankment walking down through forest.
Dharapani will appear after the walls of Marsyangdi Valley emerge larger. We then pass Thonje through a wooden bridge and a chorten shaped arch. We reach Dharapani by traversing long suspension bridge over Marsyangdi River. We stay overnight in Dharapani..
- Magnificent views of Manaslu Peaks
- Walk through Pine and rhododendron forest.
- Explore traditional village of Dudh Khola.
- Pass Gurung village, Tilche
- Cross long suspension bridge to reach Dharapani
- Day 22: Dharapani to Jagat (1,440m/4,724ft) 6hrs trek
Today is the last day of our trek where we leave Dharapani behind after having decent breakfast. We rejoin the trail as it now follows popular Annapurna Circuit route backwards as we will trek on the descended path along Marshyangdi River.
We pass through the steepest part of the Marshyangdi gorge from where we trek down all the way to Jagat and stay overnight here.
- Walk along Marsyangdi River
- Day 23: Jagat to Kathmandu via [Besisahar]
Today we will drive to Besisahar where there will be a private vehicle that will then drive us to Kathmandu. Once we reach Kathmandu, you then will be transferred to your hotel for overnight.
- Pass all the way through the banks of Marsyangdi and Trishuli River
- Enjoy the scenery and refreshing views of the hilly areas and mountains on the way back to Kathmandu.
- Day 24: Back home
It is time to fly back to home keeping all the terrifying experiences of Nepal in mind.
The representative from Nepal Sanctuary Treks will transfer you to TIA airport where you should check-in 3 hours prior your scheduled flight.
- Max altitude: Larkya La (5,135m/16,847ft)
- Suitably designed itinerary for acclimatization
- Accommodation in the best selected lodges and tea houses along the trail and in Kathmandu
- Visit to Tsum valley ( one of Buddhism’s sacred hidden valleys known as ‘Beyul’ ), ancient monasteries and remote villages
- Offers beautiful views of Ganesh Himal, Larkya peak, Mt. Manaslu, Ratna chuli, Cheo Himal and many other snow capped peaks.
- Visit traditional Buddhist monasteries, experience remote Tibetan Buddhist culture
- Less crowded and chance to experience remote Nepali villages
- Adventurous and challenging trek, trek over Larkya La
- Tibetan Buddhist culture
- Popular for herbs such as nirmasi, timur etc. and farming is limited to potatoes, buckwheat, barley and vegetables etc.
- Sheep, yak, langur monkeys, are some of the animals found in this high altitude.
- People practice polyandry system
- Observe unique festivals like Lhosar, Dhacyhang, Saka Dawa, Faning and others.
- Airport transfers,
- Private transfer to/from trek point
- Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast,
- Tea house lodge during the trek on full board
- Trek Permits & Restricted Area permit,
- Staff insurance on the trek,
- Trek guide & porter/s
- Duffel bag
What's not Included
- Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu (approx. US$ 20 per day)
- Personal equipment,
- Personal bills,
- International airfare
- Visa fee: US$ 30 for 15 days and US$ 50 for 30 days multiple entries
- Insurance (for cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects), Public liability insurance
- Kathmandu Sightseeing tour