3700m (Mu Go mpa)
2 - 12 pax
Private and comfortable drive.
Oct - Dec & Feb - Apr
Tsum Valley Trek is one of the off-track and precious regions of Nepal. It is located in the north part of Gorkha. It is also named as “Beyul Kyimolung”, the sacred region of pleasure. This place is very famous for panoramic beauty and especially Tibetan Buddhist culture. You can also see the magnificent Ganesh Himal, Boudha Himal Range, Sringi Himal at the top of the valley and lusty forest and scenery. Besides this scenery, the valley is prosperous with its art, tradition, hospitality, and religion. Tsum is derived from the Tibetan word “Tsombo”, which literally means bright. The trip starts from Arughat and ends at Beshisahar. The trip begins from the small community of Hindus. You will get to see lots of green forests in this region.
You reach the Tsum Valley while passing from the gorgeous Pines and Rhododendron forests. While preceding the valley unlock a stunning small Tibetan village. For your information, Tsum valley’s trekking trail was opened only in the year 2008. Before that, it was a restricted area. The literal meaning of Tsum is vivid. The valley is inspired by the Tibetan culture so people here have their own language and tradition. It is also inspired by the Buddhists culture. There is a very beautiful and sacred cave named as Milarepa Piren Phu Cave in Burji village, which is a village situated in Tsum Valley itself. People here have a belief that a Tibetan Saint named Milarepa meditated here in this cave, so it is considered a sacred cave. The meaning of Piren Phu is Pigeon Cave. It is located very distinctly at the foot of the rocked cliff, which is truly amazing. Shear River pass by this village which ultimately mix-up with Budi Gandaki River.
Since it is a valley located very remotely, most of its parts are still unexplored and untouched. Thus, this region still has so much to give a traveler a unique experience in life.