Manaslu Circuit Tsum Valley Trek

Hotel, Lodge and Tea house
Manaslu Region
120 km
Start / End Point
Jagat/Tilche or Dharapani
16 Night 17 Day
Max. Altitude
5106 m
Meals Included
Group Size
Nature of Trek
Lodge to Lodge Trekking
Best Season
March to May and August to December
Trip Code
Activity Per Day
5-6 hrs
Jeep / bus


Tsum Vallley Manaslu Trek in Nepal is one of the less-trekked, slowly rising long trek packages in the Himalayas of Nepal. It involves exploring the remote tsum valley first and then circling around the peak of Mt. Manaslu, eighth-highest mountain in the world stands at 8,163 m | 26,781 ft and is located in the Gorkha District. This trek provides quite a different experience compared to the more popular Annapurna Circuit Trek combined with Tilicho Lake.

What are the  Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley combined Trek Highlights?
    • Opportunity to explore the sacred Tsum Valley, one of Nepal's most remote trekking destinations, which opened to trekkers recently in 2008.
    • The magnificent backdrop of Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal in Tsum Valley
    • Tsum Valley is very close to the Tibetan border, so the Tibetan culture greatly influences the people of this region.
    • The valley is filled with monasteries and chortens, reflecting the centuries-old culture. of the Tibetan-origin.
    • The inhabitants of Tsum Valley speak a unique dialect and follow Buddhism as their dominant religion.
    • Witness the footprint of Jetsun Milarepa, the great tantric master of Tibet, set on the stone of the Piren Phu Cave.
    • Visiting Mu Gompa, the largest monastery in Tsum Valley, at an altitude of 3650 m.
    • Conquer the Larky la Pass, situated at an altitude of 5,167 meters (16,952 feet).
    • Visit the base camp of Mt Manaslu (8163m), the 8th tallest peak in the World.
    • Enjoy panoramic views of Hiunchuli, Annapurna II, Manaslu, and many more unnamed peaks.
    • Visit Nubri and Pungyen Monastery and Birendra Lake during acclimatization.
    • Witness various wildlife like Tahr, Himalayan Marmots, snow leopards, and many more.
    • Enjoy the views of Ngadi Chuli (7,871 m), Ganesh VI, Tobsar Peak, Manaslu (8,163 m), Himalchuli (7,895 m), Shringi Himal (7,177 m), Buddha Himal (6,674 m), and Ganesh Himal (7,422 m) from different points during the trek.

How Hard is This Trek?

    The trek difficulty for Manaslu and the Tsum Valley Trek is moderate. However, you must be physically capable to endure long walks on rocky roads. Also at high-altitude treks, there will always be the risk of getting Altitude Sickness. If you are looking for a short-length trek that does not require long walks and higher altitudes, you can check out our other packages on the website.

    Unique Tradition of Tsum Valley in the Manaslu Region:

    The people of Tsum Valley follow a special tradition called 'Shyagya'. This means they do not kill any animals or insects. The Buddhist Margi Tsum people have practiced this non-violence rule since 1920. They believe the Tsum Valley is a sacred hidden valley established long ago by a Buddhist leader to protect their religion. 

    The Shyagya tradition has six main rules - do not start forest fires, do not hunt animals, do not set traps, do not collect honey, do not kill any living beings, and do not sell cattle for eating. A religious leader started this tradition, which continues through festivals and legal laws. Recently, the local government passed the 'Tsum Shyagya Act' to give this ancient tradition legal status. Now both locals and tourists visiting must follow the non-violence rules in Tsum Valley.

Best Season for Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley Trek:

Hiking in Nepal is favorable in almost all seasons except for the winter. The weather will be warm most of the time. But there will always be chances of heavy snowfall. Due to the extreme cold, it will be more difficult to trek in the winter season and also the rocky trails get covered with snow which makes it even more dangerous for trekking. While it is possibe during the summer season

So the Manaslu circuit with the Tsum valley trek can be done in all other seasons except the winter season. Talking about the best months and weather to trek, the months of March to May and September to December are marked as the best season for trekking.

Larkya La Pass

Larkya La pass is one of the highest passes in the world. This is the main attraction of the Manaslu circuit trek. This pass is the main factor that makes the trek more adventurous and worthwhile. You can also experience a mesmerizing natural view of some of the tallest mountains in the world which are covered with snow and shine bright when the rays of the sun hit the white snow. Moreover, you can combine this trek with Larkya La Pass and make it a Manaslu circuit through Larkya La Pass Trek.

Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek Transportation:

As the Manaslu region lies in the Gorkha District of Nepal, far from Kathmandu and Pokhara, we must transport to the trek's starting point. There are buses and Jeeps to transport to Gorkha; we can reach there faster by Jeep; however, they are more expensive. 

Driving Route:

From Kathmandu: We will take a bus from Kathmandu to Dhading Besi. From here, we take a jeep drive via Dhading which takes 8-9 Hours to reach Jagat.

From Pokhara: We will go to Abukhairani (Pokhara - Kathmandu highway ) and we will change buses towards Gorkha bazar. From Gorkha Bus Station we will take a bus to Machhakhola. From here, the route is newly operated off-road so from Machhakhola only a jeep drive is possible to reach Jagat.


Getting to the starting point of Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek (Jagat): 

The Manaslu trekking region is accessible from Kathmandu (126 km) and Pokhara (165 km). The drive takes 10-11 hours by bus due to rough roads, but a private jeep reduces the travel time to 8-9 hours but at a higher cost.

The starting point has been slowly changing from Arughat to Soti Khola, Soti Khola to Maccha Khola, and now, trekkers can drive up to Jagat via a Jeep from Maccha Khola. However, Maccha Khola remains the ideal starting point during the rainy season.

Note: For the classic Manaslu Circuit Trek experience, trekkers can start from Arughat or Soti Khola. North Nepal Trek accommodates preferences for the starting location.

Key Points:

  1. We can access the Manaslu region from both Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  2. The driving distance is around 150 km from Kathmandu and 165 km from Pokhara.
  3. The drive takes 10-11 hours by bus or 8-9 hours by private Jeep.
  4. The starting point has changed from Maccha Khola to Jagat, a 2-hour Jeep drive.
  5. During the rainy season, trekkers may need to start from Maccha Khola instead of Jagat.


End of Trek, back to Pokhara/Kathmandu from (Dharapani/Tilche):

The Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek ends at Dharapani in the Annapurna area of Manang. After reaching Dharapani, you take a jeep to Besisahar. If you feel too tired after hiking for 18 days, instead of Dharapani, we can take a Jeep ride from Tilche. 

You can stay one night in Besisahar and then drive to Pokhara or Kathmandu the next day by tourist bus. Else, you can drive straight from Dharapani to Pokhara or Kathmandu to save one day, depending on your travel plan.

Note: We can extend the trekking days up to Syange; however, we don't recommend it, as we will be walking a motor road filled with vehicles going back and forth to Besisahar. 

Key Points:

  1. The Manaslu Circuit Trek ends at Dharapani or Tilche in the Annapurna region, Manang.
  2. After Dharapani or Tilche, we take a jeep to Besisahar.
  3. We can stay overnight in Besisahar or drive directly to Pokhara/Kathmandu to save time.

Exploring Rich Cultural Heritage: Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek

The Manaslu trails begin in the Gorkha district of Nepal. At first, you will mostly find people from the Indo-Aryan group living in this region. They are usually Chhetris, Brahmins, and Thakalis. Along with them, you will also find people from the Magar and Newa communities residing here.

As you move towards the central hills, you will find Gurungs as the leading ethnic group. Many of them join the famous Gurkha army. In the upper part of Manaslu, closer to the border with Tibet, you will find the Bhutias (also called Bhotias), a Tibetan ethnic group similar to the Sherpas. They live in houses with flat roofs and firmly follow Buddhism. This area has austere monasteries, mani walls, chortens, and other Buddhist religious structures.

Most people in the Manaslu region follow Buddhism. The beautiful monasteries here are gathering places for the pilgrims who live in these areas. These monasteries clearly show the traditions and way of life. The monasteries (gompas) in the region carry a lot of cultural values and history. The major gompas surrounding Manaslu are Mu Gompa (3,510m), Gumba Lungdung (3,200 m), Rachen Gompa(3,240 m), and Serang Gompa (3,100 m), Pungen Gompa (4,000 m).

The Tsum Valley has a long history of Buddhism. Locals from here believe that the Buddhist saint Milarepa meditated in the caves of these mountains. Traditionally, the valley was a culturally distinct area called "Tsum Tso Chuksum," which means thirteen provinces ruled as a single territory. The ancient remains of the Tsum Kingdom are still visible today. Mainstream development has bypassed this sacred valley and its people for centuries due to its remoteness and inaccessibility. As a result, the unique culture of this valley has remained intact.

People here celebrate different forms of Lhosar based on their culture. Sonam Lhosar, Gyalpo Lhosar, and Tamu Lhosar are their variations. Lhosar is a big festival in Nepal. 'Lo' means new, and 'sar' means year. So, Lhosar marks the beginning of a new year for Nepal's Tamang, Gurung, and Sherpa people. On different days, each group celebrates a different Lhosar. On this day, all Buddhist religious buildings in Nepal are cleaned and decorated. It includes family gatherings, feasts, and cultural events. 

Moreover, they also celebrate festivals like Buddha Jayanti (Lord Buddha's birth anniversary) and the three-day Mani Rimdu Festival. Notably, the Mani Rimdu Festival is significant in Tsum Valley's Sherpa community, symbolizing Buddhism's triumph over evil. Buddhist monks perform sacred masked dances called "Tungna" and the traditional "Serkam" dance in "Chuba" attire during festivals.

You will also find people in the lower hills mostly respect and practice Hinduism. While walking the trail here, you will also pass major local shrines and temples. Festivals here are significant for the unity of the people and are also a great way to showcase the locals' traditions. There are different languages spoken in the Manaslu region as well. It includes people who speak Nepali, Nubri, Tsum, and other Sino-Tibetan languages.

The occupation of people in the area also varies. The primary occupation of people in the region is agriculture and animal husbandry. They grow crops such as barley and maize and fruits such as oats and nuts. People are also involved in lodges and tea house businesses. Lodges and tiny tea houses are excellent sources of income, especially during the peak tourism season. The valley is uniquely rich in wildlife, especially the Himalayan Thar and Blue Sheep, which congregate in herds of 50 to 200.

Agriculture in Tsum Valley and Manaslu Region:

For agriculture, the Shyar Khola drains the valley, which originates from the western glacier of Ganesh Himal and the east and southern glaciers of Sringi Himal, and meets the Budhi Gandaki at Nyak. Agriculture in high altitudes means only vital crops like potatoes, Champa, barley, and mustard can grow successfully. They can survive the brief summer period. However, if the summer rains fail to arrive, the lack of crop yield becomes a harsh reality for those living there.

Even today, Tsum Valley and Manaslu region people follow traditional farming methods. Traditional farming uses land, rainfall, local seeds, and conventional tillage methods to produce crops based on nature's offers. In Tsum Valley, people primarily use yaks to pull plows for tilling fields because killing animals is prohibited. We can see horses and ponies roaming around. All the villagers, both men and women, work together in the farm fields.

The productivity of these traditional farming systems depends primarily on the natural fertility of the soils, skillful care of the crops, and the local climate.

The villagers follow traditional processes to till the land, select and plant seeds, protect plants from competing plants and animals, and gather the harvest. Having a variety of crops grown prevents overreliance on just one staple crop, which helps replenish soil nutrients. Though yields may be lower, the produce is natural, healthy, and of sufficient quality, and the use of chemical fertilizers doesn't hamper production.

However, without using insecticides, plants face higher disease risks. Traditional farming increases production costs using natural soil enhancers like manure and animal dung rather than soil enrichment products and technology. It also relies more on rainfall patterns, making drought a common issue that impacts yields.

The villagers have specific roles in managing agriculture. The "Bigo Laune" settles disputes related to crop damage by domestic animals and conflicts over pasture lands, forests, and farmland use. They enforce rules about irrigation usage and organize events like the "Ne-Tonle" harvest festival in September. The "Chyokor" ritual is performed in July by the village's spiritual leader (Lama) when crops ripen.

At least one member from every household, usually the family head, participates in village meetings to discuss matters related to current and new community leaders. These meetings are crucial for managing agricultural activities and resolving related regional issues.

Manaslu Base Camp

A side trip to the new Manaslu Base Camp takes 4 - 5 hours from Samagaun. The old Manaslu Base Camp, situated at an altitude of 4300 m, used to take 3:30 - 4 hours from Samagaun, but the glacier swept it.

From Samagaun, we will trek toward Birendra Lake, which will take 45 minutes. Birendra Lake sits at an altitude of 3,691 m (12109 ft). Tranquil blue water fills the lake, named after the late King Birendra. After he visited there, the locals were thrilled and named the lake Birendra Tal. A recent snowslide on April 22nd, 2024, has drastically changed the water level and surroundings near the Birendra Lake. 

From Birendra Lake, We trek through the alpine forest filled with Juniper trees for 1 hour; during this trek, we will witness the wildlife, blue sheep, and Himalayan Thar. On the way, we can see two old caves previously used by Yak herders to stay overnight. Just 2 hours of trekking from Samagaun, we reach the same level of Manaslu glacier. 

On the way to Manaslu Base Camp during Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Trek clicked by North Nepal Trek.
On the way to Manaslu Base Camp.

After ascending from the forest, we take a rocky path to the grass meadows. After ascending 3 hours from here, we trek towards a rocky, snowy area and finally reach the new Manaslu Base Camp. From Old Manaslu Base Camp, it takes 1:30 hrs to get to the New Manaslu Base Camp.

We encounter three natural steps as we hike from the snow-filled path to the Manaslu Base Camp. Ascending an uphill route, we reach a flat area where we can see the glacier more clearly. Again, ascending from here, we get to another flat area, and we can sense the base camp is much nearer due to snow and debris. Another quick uphill path takes us to the flat surface, the new Manaslu base camp at an altitude of 4800 m. We can see the tent fixing fields and harnesses to make it ready for the climbers.

Four Trekkers clicking photo on Manaslu Base Camp while holding the banner of North Nepal Trek.
Photo: Manaslu Base Camp

Mountain Views from Manaslu Base Camp:

Height in m/ft
8,163 m
Lapchun Himal
5,996 m
Lapuchung Himal
5,968 m
Dwijen Himal 
6,169 m
Pangpoche I
6,620 m
Pangpoche II
6,504 m
Saula Himal 
6,235 m
Pankar Himal
6,264 m

Gompas in Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek

Nepal's Manaslu and Tsum Valley region has several old and important Buddhist monasteries called gompas. These gompas allow trekkers to see the rich spiritual traditions of the Himalayas.

Pungen Gompa (Pun Gyen):

Pungen Gompa is a special Buddhist monastery high up in the beautiful Manaslu mountains at around 13,000 feet. It sits surrounded by the massive Manaslu Peak, the 8th tallest mountain in the world. Trekkers can see detailed wood carvings, bright Buddhist paintings, and rows of colorful prayer flags at this peaceful place. Pungen Gompa has traditional dances, music, and cultural shows that are amazing to watch during festivals.  

Mu Gompa:

Mu Gompa sits on top of a small hill at 13,000 feet. This very isolated monastery has only the sound of wind whistling and tall snowy mountains surrounding it. It is a true hermitage where many great Buddhist meditators have lived and practiced for hundreds of years. Around 20 Buddhist monks live at Mu Gompa, following their spiritual teacher. Life is challenging due to the bitter cold and strong winds, but the monks dedicate their lives to meditation and education.

Rachen Gompa:

Rachen Gompa is a crucial Buddhist nunnery in the remote Tsum Valley at around 10,600 feet. It started in the late 1800s as a place for Buddhist nuns to learn, practice their faith, and keep Tibetan Buddhist traditions alive. The buildings have detailed carvings, colorful paintings of Buddhist figures, and many prayer flags. Trekkers can see the nuns doing daily prayers, chanting, and meditation at this peaceful spiritual place.    

Gumba Lungdang:

Gumba Lungdang is a revered monastery in the Tsum Valley, part of Nepal's Manaslu region. Situated at 3,200 meters, it is a destination for trekkers seeking spiritual and natural exploration. The monastery is home to over 50 nuns and offers stunning vistas of the Ganesh Himal range. 

The trek to Gumba Lungdang is a side trip within the Tsum Valley Trek, known for its scenic beauty and cultural richness. We will start this trip from Chhekampar and can extend it from Gumpa Lungdang to Ganesh Himal Base Camp.

Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek

Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Itinerary

  1. day 1

    Kathmandu/Pokhara to Jagat

  2. day 2

    Jagat to Lokpa

  3. day 3

    Lokpa to Chumling

  4. day 4

    Chumling to Chekkampar

  5. day 5

    Chhekampar to Nile

  6. day 6

    Nile to Mugompa and trek to Lamagaun

  7. day 7

    Lamagaun to Sipchet/Ripchet

  8. day 8

    Ripchet to Deng

  9. day 9

    Deng to Namrung

  10. day 10

    Namrung to Shyala

  11. day 11

    Shyala to Samagaun

  12. day 12

    Samagaun to New Manaslu Base Camp and back

  13. day 13

    Acclimatization at Samagaun

  14. day 14

    Samagaun to Samdo:

  15. day 15

    Samdo to Dharamsala

  16. day 16

    Dharmashala to Bhimtang

  17. day 17

    Bhimtang to Goa or Tiliche

  18. day 18

    Trek to Dharapani and drive to KTM or PKR.

Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley Trek Map and Altitude Graph

everest base camp trek map

What’s Included in the Manaslu Circuit Package ?

    • Transportation for the trek, bus rides from Kathmandu/Pokhara to Machhakhola, and Jeep from Dharapani ( End of the trek ) to Besisahar & Bus from Besisahar to  Kathmandu/Pokhara.
      ( Note: Options for private jeep travel at an additional cost.)
    • Set breakfast menu during the trek featuring a variety of dishes such as cereal, porridge, rice pudding, egg dishes with bread and toast, Tibetan bread with jam and honey, and pancakes, accompanied by tea or coffee.
    • Accommodations in basic lodges with twin-shared beds and communal bathrooms and room with private bathroom wherever available. 
    • A licensed, experienced local guide with English proficiency, provided according to group size (1 guide for up to 5 trekkers, an additional assistant guide for 6-9 trekkers, and 3 guides for groups of 12+). This includes the guide's salary, meals, lodging, transportation, medical/evacuation insurance, and equipment.
    • Complete trekking arrangements with all necessary TIMS and permits, including the Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP), Manaslu Restricted Area Permit (MRAP), Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP),Tsum Valley Restricted Area Permit(Tsum RAP) and TIMS card.
    • All government taxes, local charges, and entry fees.
    • Provision of water purification tablets for safe drinking water and seasonal fruits.
    • Arrangements for immediate evacuation in case of emergencies, covered by travel insurance.
    • A "North Nepal Trek" achievement certificate on successful completion of the trek.

What is excluded?

  • Visa fees for Nepal, charges for overweight luggage, and international flight tickets.
  • Accommodation and meals prior to the trek, additional stays due to early arrival, late departure, or unforeseen early return from the trekking trip.
  • Personal expenditures before and during the trek, including equipment rentals (like sleeping bags), purchasing trekking gear, discretionary spending on shopping, enhanced beverage options (extra tea, coffee, soft drinks, alcohol), hot showers, communication charges (telephone, internet), and battery charging fees.
  • Travel insurance covering emergency high-altitude helicopter rescue and medical expenses.
  • Gratuity for trekking staff such as guides and porters.
  • Services of porters not included in the base price, available at an extra charge.
  • Meals excluded from the package, specifically lunch and dinner during the trek.
  • Additional charges due to unforeseen delays like adverse weather, landslides, or itinerary adjustments for safety reasons, health issues, etc.
  • Any other expenses not specified in the "What's Included?" section of the trekking package.
Note: You can include porter ( carries upto 20 kg ), with an extra cost of $ 25 per day.

Tsum Valley and Manaslu Trek FAQS:

1: What about Food and Accommodation?
Manaslu Circuit with Tsum Valley trek is one of the underrated treks among trekkers however, tea houses are very common in most places of this region. Several options are available for the food so, the guest can savor the cuisine according to their taste. As for the lodgings, each visitor gets a single room but in some cases, they have to share their room. We can also spend our night in a tent but the gear and tools for the camping should be carried from the city areas. In conclusion, we can say that the facilities for food and lodging are not a problem on this journey.

2: Is this trek possible with children?
This trek is one of the longest treks so, carrying children may be burdensome. However, with extra care and caution children can conquer the trek but may face copious amounts of difficulties along the way. To minimize the burden, the hikers may opt to hire a special caretaking guide for the whole journey.

3: Do I need any special permit for this trek?
Yes, you may need to pay for the permit since this place falls under the Manaslu Conservation Area. The cost of the permit for the Manaslu region is US$ 100 per person for a week from September to November and an additional US$15 is added per day for each person after a week. Similarly from December to August, it cost US$ 75 per person for a week with an additional US$ 10 added to each person after a week of their stay.

4: How do I prepare for this long journey?
Many trekkers opt to hike to nearby hills in order to prepare for the trek. It will be better if the trekkers perform a normal medical check-up such as blood pressure, heartbeat, etc. Any hikers in need of special medication must inform the guides and should take the medication. The mandatory gear and tools should be packed compulsorily and warm clothes are a must. The trek is long so, dry foods are very necessary for an energy boost during a walk. Alcohol consumption should be strictly avoided. Most importantly, the trekkers must follow the guide's instructions and advice.

5: Cultural lifestyle of this region?
The people of this region mostly follow Buddhism so, this region is greatly influenced by the Tibetan culture. We can find a handful of monasteries, and gompas along the way. We can also peek at the various Buddhist rituals, traditions, and cultures recited by the natives during special occasions.

6: About the trails and paths of this trek?
The trails are under construction in some of the places and mostly the path follows the bank of the river. In some places, we have to walk through gorges whereas on some occasions we have to traverse the landslide zone. So, paths are a little bit riskier in this region. Moreover, the trail also takes us through villages and a lot of suspension bridges. In the end, we can conclude that the trails are fairly easy and can be conquered with minimal effort. The daunting task is that the trek is long.

Manaslu Circuit Tsum Valley Trek Company Reviews


Great trek with Raj

We had a great time trekking with Raj, doing the Manaslu circuit and Tsum Valley. He is an amazing guide who made trekking very fun and enjoyable. This was my girlfriend first trek in Nepal and first trek longer than 8h. Raj is a great guide for beginners, setting up a very reasonable pace through the mountains, while providing great information about the surroundings. I 100% recommend trekking with him if this is your first time trekking in Nepal.

Thomas H

100% recommend North Nepal Trek for Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley

We recently had an incredibly wonderful and memorable experience with our guide Zeewan and our porter Dayaram on our Manaslu Circuit and Tsum Valley trek. Zeewan came highly recommended from friends. He and Dayaram were exceptional, we always felt we were in safe hands over the 19 days we were completing the trek. Zeewan has so much passion for Nepali wildlife and it shined through and really enriched our experience; while we were trekking, he spotted wild deer, Tahr, Blue Sheep and Himalayan Marmots for us to see. We would absolutely recommend heading out with Zeewan to anyone, we are incredibly grateful for the professionalism and kindness of our guide and porter.

Carolina D

Best Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trekking

We came as strangers and left as friends. That sums up our experience with North Nepal Travel & Trek (especially Mohan, the manager, and Zeewan, our guide) perfectly. It is definitely the best agency we can imagine. Mohan takes time for his guests, listens to them and then customizes a trekking tour. Everything is highly professional and perfect in terms of safety. When things didn't go fast enough in the kitchen at the guesthouse, Zeewan always stepped in and helped to get the best result for us. As soon as we weren't feeling well with the altitude, he supported us with any problem and helped us to feel better quickly. We even experienced a winter storm during our hike in February and still felt very safe and in best hands, Zeewan knows exactly what he is doing. After the hike, we were welcomed as friends by Mohan and we met again and again for tea, coffee and food many times. Thank you so much for this wonderful experience Mohan and Zeewan, we look forward to seeing you again!!!

Joschua K

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