Home to the indigenous gathering known as Tsumbas, the TsumValley is situated toward the east of Manaslu, on the outskirt with Tibet. This isolates valley was just opened to trekkers as of late as 2008. It remains moderately untouched, with antiquated towns and Buddhist religious communities holding up to be investigated. Every day you will stroll between 5–8 hours, with the high purpose of the trek being 4,000m over the biggest of the religious communities in the valley, Mu Gompa. You will be obliged in hotels and conventional "homestays" on this trek, as opposed to in tents. As the Tsum Valley is exceptionally undeveloped, this accommodation* can be fairly simple and you can hope to eat comparative sustenance to local people (Dal Bhat, Chapatis, noodle soup). On the off chance that you are not set up to 'harsh it' a tiny bit, then this trek is probaby not the one for you!
The excursion begins with a flight to Kathamndu, where you'll spend an evening orchestrating licenses and investigating the city before a six-hour drive to Arughat the following day. The initial four days of the trek take after the course of the Manaslu Circuit up the Budhi Gandaki Valley to Philim, from where you diverge into the Lower Tsum Valley at Lokpa (2,040m). You'll burn through seven days in the Tsum, working your way from Lokpa through the town of Chumling to the upper valley, which is moderately wide and level at Chhokangparo and Chhule-Nile. Having taken after the Syar Khola to the religious community at Mu Gompa and investigated the encompassing zone close to the fringe with Tibet, you will then come back to Lokpa and re-join the Manaslu Circuit, trekking down to Arughat. From Arughat you will drive back to Kathmandu for an entire day of touring before flying home.