With a massive still very wild, we propose to do tour of Manaslu (8156 m), located in the north western Nepal in the Gorkha region. Manaslu (8,163 m) is the eighth highest mountain in the world, it was opened to tourists only in 1992.So we will find an authentic face of Nepal, preserved through many villages with Tibetan refugees. These villages offer an opportunity to learn their customs and cultures, their monasteries, prayer flags, prayer wheels and prayer walls.Gradually, the scene changes and the green hills give way, collected over the valleys and colder.
This preserved Manaslu round trekking region lies between the two popular trekking areas Annapurna region and Ganesh Himal region in Gorkha district in the western part of Nepal to the border of Tibet.The Gurkhas (ethnic Gurungs) are very famous for the military war in the world. King Prithvi Narayan Shah, ancestor of our ex-King Gyanendra had lived in the palace of Gorkha in the 18th century who unified this modern Nepal.
Tsum Valley Manaslu Trekking has been recently explored new,non tourist and restricted trekking destination in the heart of Manaslu region and Ganesh Himal region.Tsum comes from the Tibetan word,"Tsombo" which means vivid. This sacred, virgin Himalayan pilgrimage valley is situated north east of Nepal, in Gorkha district. This valley includes two villages development committee Chhekampar and Chumchet.The great Buddhist mediator Yogi Chyuchin Milarepa once meditated here in the cave of the great mountains. We can explore so many buddhist ancient monasteries during the Tsum Valley. Buddhist religion has a keen sense of beautiful a mystic sense of nature that plays an important part in leading the mind from the mundane to the higher and deeper world of the divine and in transforming mere existence into an experience of living with wisdom and compassion.