The Tsum Valley Trek takes visitors to the hidden valley of Tsum, home to the Tsumba people who are direct descendants of Tibetans. This remote and untouched valley was opened for trekking in 2008 and offers ancient villages, Buddhist monasteries, and stunning mountain views. The trek involves 5-8 hours of walking each day, with accommodation in lodges and traditional home stays. The Tsum Valley is known for its unique culture and hospitable people, but facilities may be rudimentary. The trek requires a permit, which is cheaper than other restricted areas, and can be combined with the Round Manaslu Trek.
Best Season for Tsum Valley Trekking: Spring and autumn