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Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek

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Package name Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek
Duration 22
Max. elevation 5106 m
Level Moderate
Transportation All ground transportation as per itinerary
Accomodation 3*** Hotel in Kathmandu and Tea House / Lodge during the trek
Starts at Kathmandu
Ends at Kathmandu
Trip route Kathmandu - Machha Khola - Jagat - Lokpa - Chumling - Chokanparo - Nile - Chumling - Lokpa - Namrung - Lo gaon - Samdo - Dharmasala - Bhimphedi - Gho - Dharapani - Kathmandu
Cost USD 1,775 per person



TSUM VALLEY and MANASLU CIRCUIT TREKKING adventure around the hidden valley of happiness in Tsum with high Larke-La’ 
Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trekking is a marvelous combination of exploring both the scenic and cultural country of the remote Gorkha district.
Himalayan Forever Treks presents an exciting wonderful adventure, where trekkers can enjoy both areas of the high Manaslu Himalayan range.
Walking from North-East to the far west of Gorkha and Manaslu region, facing ever-present views of Nepal's Mid-West Himalayan peaks. From Ganesh Himal to Annapurna Himalayas, including all of Manaslu peaks in the close harmony of local immense ancient cultures. 
Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trekking are within the forbidden and restricted areas. Which was open for outside visitors from 2007 A.D. onwards and Upper Manaslu in 1992. Where all trekkers require special permits to enter the secluded and far-flung country of the Tsum and Manaslu valleys.
The first part of the adventure follows the same main trail of the Manaslu Circuit to Lokpa village. The starting point and entrance to the beautiful and hidden Tsum Valley, where the mystical and hidden country is located.
Entering the remote valley of happiness which is also known as Beyul Kyimolung, the name comes from the ancient Tibetan language. As well described by 8th Century famous saint Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpoche, on his way to Tibet.
The scenic and culturally rich country, and the least ventured land beyond Ganesh and Manaslu Himalayas. At one time a busy gateway to Tibet, where a caravan of Yaks and mules passed through this virgin country. Which was also a main 
 Trans Himalaya Salt Trade Route between the Nepal and Tibet.
Most northern parts of Tsum valley are an extension of the vast plateau of Tibet bounded by the high Himalayan peaks. The walk follows through the lovely traditional villages of Chumling, Chokanparo, and Nile towards our first highlight destination at Mu Gompa. An amazing place to explore and experience well hidden behind the massif peaks of Ganesh Himal. Overlooking exceptional scenery of dramatic landscapes of towering mountains and deep valleys, enclosed within tiers of rugged rolling hills. Enjoy visiting the Tsum Valley of Happiness exploring the last villages Nile and the meditation caves of 11th Century saint Millerepa.
Walk towards the remote and isolated settlement at Mu Gompa, on the highest point at 3,700 m, before Manaslu valley. The oldest monastery built around 400 years ago, treasures important religious relics with a life-sized statue of Avalokiteshwara. The God of Compassion includes idols of Tara and Guru Padmasambhava with grand views of Ganesh Himal and the peaks of Tibet.
Return journey on the same scenic trail to Lokpa, and then on the main route of the Manaslu circuit reaching Lo-Gaon. From Lo village onwards within the high Manaslu beautiful valley overlooking towering peaks of the Manaslu Himalaya range. 
The trail leads to gradual uphill walks with a touch of high altitude reaching the main village of Sama-Gaon. Having a rest day to explore its picturesque viewpoints in the harmony of local interesting and impressive Buddhism cultures.
Slowly the adventure heads towards the end of Manaslu valley past the last village of Samdo to Dharmasala. Located at the bottom of the high Larke-La pass, the next early morning a big climb to the top of Larke-La. Stand on the highest spot of the adventure at 5,106 m high facing a spectacular panorama of the mountain range.
From the pass adorned with thousands of colorful Buddhist prayer flags a long undulating descent to Bhimphedi / Bhimthang. A beautiful settlement amidst a lovely forest of rhododendron and pine tree lined with prayer monuments.
Finally, our adventurous walks come to an end, following downhill towards Manang areas at Tilje and Dharapani villages. Spending the last overnight in the comfort of a nice lovely lodge, situated on the famous and popular Annapurna Circuit trail.
Completing the great walks with a pleasant and wonderful time at Dharapani, a long exciting drive brings you to Kathmandu. After a most mesmerizing adventure of a lifetime experience on the Tsum Valley & Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Overview of Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek
The Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek combine to create an unforgettable journey through some of the most remote and pristine landscapes in the Himalayas. Trekkers are treated to breathtaking mountain vistas, tranquil valleys, and cultural encounters with the indigenous people of the region. From exploring ancient monasteries in Tsum Valley to crossing the formidable Larkya La Pass on the Manaslu Circuit, every step of this trek is filled with adventure, discovery, and awe-inspiring beauty.

Why Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek?
The Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek offer trekkers a unique opportunity to explore remote and pristine landscapes in the Himalayas while immersing themselves in the rich culture and heritage of the region. This trek combines the natural beauty of the Manaslu Conservation Area with the cultural treasures of Tsum Valley, providing a diverse and rewarding experience for adventurers seeking an off-the-beaten-path adventure.

How difficult is Manaslu Circuit trek?
The Manaslu Circuit trek is considered challenging, requiring trekkers to be in good physical condition and possess prior hiking experience. The trail traverses rugged terrain, including steep ascents and descents, high mountain passes, and narrow paths along precipitous cliffs. Additionally, trekkers must contend with altitude gain as they ascend to the highest point of the trek, Larkya La Pass, at an elevation of 5,160 meters (16,929 feet).

How long is Tsum Valley trek?
The Tsum Valley trek typically takes around 10 to 14 days to complete, depending on the chosen itinerary and trekking pace. The trail covers a distance of approximately 100 kilometers (62 miles) through the remote Tsum Valley, allowing trekkers to immerse themselves in the tranquil surroundings and explore ancient monasteries, traditional villages, and pristine natural landscapes.

Is Manaslu Circuit trek safe?
While trekking in any remote mountainous region involves inherent risks, the Manaslu Circuit trek is generally considered safe for trekkers who adhere to proper safety precautions and follow the guidance of experienced guides. However, trekkers should be prepared for unpredictable weather conditions, altitude-related challenges, and potential hazards such as landslides and avalanches, particularly during the monsoon season.

How much is the permit for Tsum Valley?
The permit fee for Tsum Valley varies depending on the season and nationality of the trekker. As of the latest information available, the restricted area permit for Tsum Valley costs USD 40 per person per week during the peak season (September to November) and USD 30 per person per week during the off-peak season (December to August).

Is Manaslu harder than Everest?
Comparing the difficulty of the Manaslu Circuit trek to Everest Base Camp trek depends on various factors such as altitude, terrain, and personal fitness levels. While the Everest Base Camp trek is more popular and well-established, the Manaslu Circuit trek is considered more challenging due to its remote location, rugged terrain, and higher altitude gains. Ultimately, both treks offer unique challenges and rewards, catering to different preferences and skill levels.

Benefits of trekking with Himalayan Forever Treks
Trekking with Himalayan Forever Treks provides numerous benefits for adventurers embarking on the Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek. As a reputable and experienced trekking company based in Nepal, Himalayan Forever Treks offers professional guides, personalized itineraries, and exceptional customer service, ensuring a safe, enjoyable, and memorable trekking experience for every client. Additionally, trekking with a local operator like Himalayan Forever Treks supports sustainable tourism practices and contributes to the local economy and community development in rural Himalayan regions.

Manaslu Circuit And Tsum Valley Trek Route

The Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek weave through some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes in Nepal. The journey starts in the subtropical foothills, ascends through lush forests, and eventually reveals the stark beauty of alpine terrain. Trekkers traverse remote villages, monasteries, and the iconic Larke Pass, offering an immersive experience in the heart of the Manaslu region.

Best Time For Manaslu Circuit Tsum Valley Trek

Choosing the optimal time for the Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek is crucial for a rewarding experience. The best seasons are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), offering stable weather, clear skies, and breathtaking views. During these periods, the trail comes alive with vibrant rhododendron blooms and provides ideal trekking conditions.

Benefits of Trekking with Discovery World Trekking

Trekking with Discovery World Trekking enhances the entire experience. The company's seasoned guides, well-planned itineraries, and commitment to sustainable and responsible tourism set them apart. With a focus on safety and personalized service, trekkers can navigate the challenging terrains of Manaslu and Tsum Valley with confidence and ease.

Preparation for Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek in Nepal

Preparation is key for the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek. Adequate physical fitness, acclimatization, and proper gear are essential. Discovery World Trekking provides detailed pre-departure information, ensuring trekkers are well-equipped and mentally prepared for the adventure ahead. Attention to these details ensures a smoother and more enjoyable trekking experience.

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek Comprehensive

Beyond the mesmerizing landscapes, the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek offers a profound cultural journey. Trekkers encounter the unique culture and traditions of the Tsum Valley, home to the Tsumbas, a culturally distinct ethnic group. The ancient monasteries, chortens, and warm hospitality add depth to the trek, creating lasting memories.

What is so special about Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek?

The Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek stand out as an off-the-beaten-path marvel. Unlike the more popular trekking routes, this journey provides a sense of solitude and tranquility. The untouched beauty of the landscapes, coupled with the cultural richness of Tsum Valley, makes it a truly special and unique trekking experience.

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek Experience

The trekking experience in Manaslu and Tsum Valley is nothing short of magical. The ever-changing scenery, from terraced fields to high mountain deserts, captivates trekkers at every turn. The challenging yet rewarding trails lead to breathtaking viewpoints, allowing trekkers to witness the grandeur of Manaslu and surrounding peaks.

The Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek offer a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural exploration, and adventure. Whether you're navigating the challenging Larke Pass or immersing yourself in the rich traditions of Tsum Valley, every step is a revelation. With Discovery World Trekking as your guide, this journey becomes not just a trek but a life-changing experience.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu 1,320 m and transfer to hotel.

On arrival at Kathmandu, Nepal International Airport our guide and staff will receives you with traditional welcome. After knowing the staff of Himalayan Forever Treks, a short drive to your hotels. Located in the heart of a city within an exciting Thamel area, an interesting place where most good hotels and restaurants situated. Reaching at the hotel, check your lovely rooms, after getting refreshed join in for group briefing. Provided by your guide or Group Leader, offers useful and important information of the trek, hotels and local lodge. 

Day 2 : In Kathmandu with sightseeing tour and trek preparation.

Morning after breakfast, our city and cultural guide receives you at the hotel for exciting tour. The drive leads in the heart of Kathmandu city, where interesting historical Durbar Square / Palace Courtyard located. The right spot to observe Nepalese cultures. Tour of ancient monuments listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, next tour takes you to old Swyambhunath Stupa of more than 2,600 years history.  A Buddhist monument situated on a hillock west of Kathmandu city outskirt, the famous landmark of the country. From here back to hotel, afternoon at leisure and preparation for Tsum Valley & Manaslu Circuit trek.

Kathmandu Durbar Square:

Located at the heart of the city, Kathmandu Durbar Square serves as a living museum of Nepal's royal history. Surrounded by ancient palaces, courtyards, and temples, the square boasts a captivating blend of Malla and Shah architecture. The Hanuman Dhoka Palace, with its intricately carved wooden windows and doors, stands as a testament to the city's regal past.

The Kumari Ghar, an integral part of the square, is the residence of the Kumari, a young living goddess revered by locals. Visitors may catch a glimpse of her during scheduled appearances, adding an air of mystique to the historical ambiance. The square's narrow alleys are lined with hidden courtyards, shrines, and bustling vendors, creating a vibrant atmosphere that reflects the cultural richness of Kathmandu.

Pashupati Nath:

A short distance from the city center lies Pashupati Nath, a revered Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Situated on the banks of the Bagmati River, the temple complex exudes spirituality and tranquility. The main temple, adorned with intricate wood carvings and golden spires, attracts pilgrims and tourists alike.

The eastern bank of the Bagmati River provides a vantage point for observing the religious rituals and ceremonies performed by devotees. The site is also home to wandering sadhus, adding to the spiritual aura. Pashupati Nath not only serves as a religious center but also showcases Nepal's architectural heritage through ancient statues, shrines, and ghats along the river.


Heading northeast, the journey culminates at Boudha, home to the majestic Boudha Stupa. This UNESCO World Heritage Site stands as a profound symbol of Buddhism. The colossal white dome, adorned with the Buddha's all-seeing eyes, creates a serene and contemplative atmosphere.

Surrounding the stupa is a bustling market where vendors offer an array of Tibetan artifacts, prayer flags, and traditional handicrafts. The rhythmic chants of prayers, the spinning of prayer wheels, and the fluttering of colorful flags contribute to the spiritual ambiance. Pilgrims circumambulate the stupa, engaging in prayer and ritual, while nearby monasteries house monks immersed in their daily practices.

As the day progresses, the stupa is illuminated, casting a peaceful glow that enhances the spiritual experience. Boudha encapsulates the essence of Buddhist culture and serves as a haven for those seeking a connection to Nepal's spiritual roots.

Day 3 : Drive to Machha Khola 900 m / 2,952 feet approx. 07 hours.

An interesting overland journey to Nepal Mid-Western Nepal, the drive leads on the main highway for some hours. Then our route diverts heading towards Gorkha district, reaching the mid-hills and down to low warm farm country.

After an exciting journey reaching Arughat town and then on dirt tracks to Machha Khola for overnight stop. A small farm village slowly turning into a town due to the construction of motorable road.

Day 4 : Trek to Jagat 1,340 m -06 hours.

After a long drive from Kathmandu, having a pleasant overnight in a nice local lodge at Machha Khola farm village. A long day walk but interesting, after breakfast, start the first day trek heading north. Follow the Buri-Gandaki River for some hours, as the trail leads through spread-out farm villages. Entering a serene forest of Sal and pine trees to a small settlement of Tatopani, a place with natural Hot-spring. Having short refreshing break continue walk past Khorla Besi village.

The trail leads on steep uphill for few hour, reaching Jagat a nice large village with mixed race of hill tribes. Check into a nice lodge for overnight stop after a long days walk, with time to browse and observe the village life. The villagers of both Hindu and Buddhism religions and cultures.

Day 5 : Trek to Lokpa 2240 m via Philim village-05 hours.

From Jagat morning walk follows to a short climb into a forest of pines trees and bamboo grooves. As trail heads higher air gets cooler facing lovely scenery of landscapes, then reach another lovely farm village at Philim.

A possible lunch stop time permitting, from Philim on the high trail overlooking grand views of beautiful green hills. After few hours of steady walk reaching our overnight halt at , Lokpa  a small farm village with nice simple lodges.

Day 6 : Trek to Chumling 2,386 m via Chisapani -06 hrs.

Morning enjoy the surrounding landscapes views and of distant peaks, from Lokpa enter the former forbidden country of Tsum. The valley of Happiness as described since ancient times by great Buddhist Gurus. Morning walk leads to a narrow river gorge and then down for a short while. The climb starts with steep up entering a cool forest lined with rhododendron and pine trees. 

The walk continues past smaller farm villages with some gradual up as the path heads east above a stream. Then slowly the walk ends on reaching the first inner village of Tsum at Chumling overnight stop.

Day 7 : Trek to Chokanparo 3, 010 m / 9,903 feet -05 hrs.

Enjoying the first pleasant overnight around Tsum areas, morning after breakfast start the day walk heading east. The trail follows through a nice tidy farm terraces and villages, overlooking views of Ganesh, Sringi and Manaslu Himal.

Slowly the trail leads down to cross a bridge above Smatiking Khola / stream to Chokanparo for overnight stop. A nice moderate farm village amidst stunning views of surrounding landscapes and snow-capped peaks. After getting organized in a small simple lodge, enjoy the afternoon exploring the village of impressive Buddhism culture. The native of Tsum valley are known as the Tsumbas people of strong Tibetan origin.

Day 8 : Trek to Nile 3, 361 m / 11, 058 feet - 06 hours.

The morning begins facing grand views of dramatic landscapes, the walk follows on gradual winding path. As walk leads within inner areas of Tsum Valley to Nile nice village en route Mu Gompa. Today’s walk is not far from overnight village at 

Nile, as it includes short side trip to a cave of 11th saint Millerepa. A great guru of Tibet who stayed and meditated for a year. An interesting high spot to experience Tibetan Buddhism and culture. As well overlooking spectacular views of 

surrounding high snow peaks. After an exciting morning hike continue walk to join the main trail to Nile, the last permanent lovely village before Mu Gompa.

Day 9 : At Nile for Hike to Mu Gompa 3,700 m / 12,174 feet- 07 hrs.

Today, adventure leads to our main first highlight of the trip to remote isolated area at Mu Gompa. Staying overnight in Nile, as the lodge accommodation is Spartan with small simple guest house and lack of good comfort.

The walk follows to gradual climb reaching dry and windswept country, similar to Tibetan landscapes. Enjoying views of White Mountain range along the walks to reach Mu Gompa, after few hours of good hike. After a refreshing rest, enjoy

visit of the monastery interior and surrounding on the highest spot before Larke-

La Pass.

Mu Gompa the oldest monastery of Tsum, treasures ancient relics with idols of Lord Buddha, and famous saints, Gurus. Explore around Mu Gompa with short visit to Dhephu Doma Gompa time permitting, a nunnery with dozen of Buddhist Nuns. After an interesting time at Mu Gompa, head back to Nile for overnight stop, on achieving our first highlight of the adventure.

Day 10 : Trek back to Chumling -06 hrs.

After an exciting moment at Nile and hike to Mu Gompa, our second part of the adventure begins to Manaslu valley. Return journey to Chumling, heading south to cross a bridge, as walk leads past Chokanparo village with downhill to join on main trail to Chumling for last overnight stop around Tsum Valley area.

Day 11 : Trek to Deng via Lokpa 1860 m - 06 hrs.

Morning walk begins heading back to Lokpa, starting the morning with gradual ups and down. The walk continues heading further down on leaving Tsum valley outskirts. As walk follows with short descend past Domje then reach Deng village for overnight stop.

Day 12 : Trek to Namrung 2,630 m -06 hrs.

From Lokpa, back into forested ridge lined with tall rhododendron, pine, and fir trees. A slow and steady downhill to Bhi Bazaar, situated near the riverside, after a pleasant stop. The walk continues heading towards farm areas with nice cultivated terraces of millets and barley and then reaching Namrung. After checking into the best available lodge, enjoy the grand views of Mt. Manaslu North Face with an array of peaks.

Day 13 : Trek to Lo-Gaon 3, 180 m-05 hours.

After an enjoyable overnight stop at Namrung village, start the morning with steep climb into dense forested trail above Buri-Gandaki River. The walk follows short down with more ups and on winding path past few small settlements with shops smaller tea-houses. Slowly the day completes reaching a nice village at Lo-Gaon, offers many good lodges. Located beneath majestic North Face of Mt. Manaslu facing views of Sringi and Boudha Himal.

A charming village to explore with an old monastery of great cultural, religious interest worth a visit.

Day 14 : Trek to Sama-Gaon 3, 500 m /11, 480 feet-06 hours.

From Lo-Gaon onwards enter the scenic Upper Manaslu valley, the trail follows through several smaller settlements. Walking past summer camp of cattle herder beneath the mighty Mt. Manaslu and adjoining peaks. The walk is pleasant with slow rise in altitude, overlooking fabulous views of peaks on both side of the valley. The trek continues on gradual ups to Sama-Gaon, a lovely large village with nice lodges for overnights stops. Sama Gaon the major village around Upper Manaslu, the main route to Manaslu base camp. As well to the border of Tibet and towards Dharmasala and Larke-La Pass.

Day 15 : At Sama-Gaon rest day for acclimatization and excursion.

At Sama-Gaon rest day for acclimatization before heading towards our final highlight of the adventure. A perfect place and altitude to have leisure time for short hike to view-points. Enjoy a short day hike on route to Manaslu base camp where beautiful glacial pond called Birendra Tal situated. Rest of the day explore the village of immense Buddhism culture.

Day 16 : Trek to Samdo 3,690 m -05 hours.

After a pleasant rest day at Sama-Gaon, leaving the lovely village on windswept high terrain. Walk leads to Samdo the last village of Gorkha and Manaslu valley,the trail follows on gradual ups. Enjoy the grand beautiful views of snow-clad peaks, as walk continues, a short steep climb leads to Samdo village.Located on a wide small plateau, a moderate size settlement of more than forty houses for near two hundred inhabitants.

Day 17 : Trek to Dharmasala 4, 450 m /14, 596 feet-04 hours.

Morning, on leaving the last Samdo village of Gorkha and Upper Manaslu valley, walk leads on a wide river valley. Overlooking views of giant snow peaks with Mt. Manaslu also called Kutang in native language of Tibetan origin language.

The trail follows to cross few streams and then reaching Dharmasala or Larke Phedi. Which means the base of a hill or pass, the name Dharmasala for rest house or shelter for travelers. After checking into simple room, having lunch afternoon free for short walk, and preparations for early morning climb to cross Larke-La pass towards Manang areas.

Day 18 : Trek to Bhimphedi 3, 590 m via Larke-La Pass 5,106 m -08 hours.

Start the day, early morning having breakfast, and carrying packed lunch for the long hours. From Larke Phedi the path leads to steep climb over moraine of rocks and boulders, following north of Larke glacier. Facing view of Cho Danda and Larke Peak.

Slowly the undulating climb reaches on top of Larke-La Pass, the highest point of the adventure. The pass is festooned with thousands of Buddhist colorful prayer flags and rock cairns as a marker of Larke-La top. Although a strenuous climb rewards you with glorious morning views of surrounding Himalayan range. Includes views of Larke Peak, Himlung, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru and Annapurna-II includes all of Manaslu Himal range.

From the top enter the Manang district, a long descend past a small settlement of Tambuche. Finally the downhill ends reaching the bottom of Larke-La other side base at 3,900 m. From the bottom few hour walk brings you at Bhimphedi also called Bhimthang for overnight stop after a long day walks.

Bhimthang a lovely spot, amidst a green wide meadow surrounded by tall trees of rhododendron-pines and oaks. This nice settlement provides good lodges and food menu to enjoy after a vigorous walks of the day.

Day 19 : Trek to Gho 2,535 m- 04 hrs.

From Bhimphedi or Bhimthang, a short and pleasant day walk heading downhill as altitude decrease. The trail leads into dense tree lines with few small climb but more or less downhill to reach Gho for overnight stop. Gho a small settlement with few nice lodges, situated in the midst of lovely woodland.

Day 20 : Trek to Dharapani village 1,820 m -05 hrs.

After a pleasant overnight halt at Gho, enjoy the last day trek of the adventure, heading down to Dharapani village. An exciting leisure walk to Tilje, a nice village, located on the shelf of Marsyangdi River. At Tilje for refreshing break or for lunch stop, from Tilje a short climb to cross a bridge towards Dharapani. Enjoy the last overnight stop at Dharapani village, located on motorable road Which is also on route of famous and popular Annapurna Circuit trek. At Dharapani transfer into a nice lodge, the accommodation are much better standard than other previous overnights.

Day 21 : Drive to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel -08 hour’s journey.

Start early morning for a long interesting drive to Kathmandu, an exciting journey following the Marsyangdi River downstream. Reaching low warm farm villages of Syange and Bulbule to Bhesisar a big town, headquarter of Lamjung district.

From here either transfer to another vehicles or carry on chartered four-wheel drive, heading on the good highway. As drive follows through several town and villages, then uphill to enter the Kathmandu valley and city area.

Finally the long drive ends reaching Kathmandu and back to your hotel by evening or late afternoon.

Day 22 : International departure for homeward bound.

Last day in Nepal and at Kathmandu, get ready for final departure as per your international flight time. Himalayan Forever Trek guide and staff transfer you to the airport. Bidding farewell to the guide and staff as you depart for homeward bound flight, after a wonderful experience and adventure on Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trekking.


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