Tsum Valley The Hidden Shangrilla

Annapurna Holiday Planner welcomes all travelers in a brand new destination to Tsum Valley The Hidden Shangri-la concealed and well isolated valley in the environs of northern periphery of Nepal and Tibet frontier and called as Beyul Kyimolung in native language which is of Tibetan origin means ‘Holy Hidden Valley of Happiness’. This sacred remote region Tsum known as “hidden valley located central north Himalaya, in between the massif mountain range of Mt. Manaslu and Ganesh Himal, for hundreds of years untouched by outside world or by modernization, this amazing valley and the villagers still retains the old traditions, culture as it was for many centuries ago. So, trek to Tsum Valley the Hidden Shangri-la has been a great draw for its mountains, landscapes, glaciers, green valley’s & hill sides as a new Shangri-la.

This fabulous journey to Tsum valley starts from the famous and ancient Gorkha district of Arughat bazaar with a drive from Kathmandu on 145km distance west. The walk follows the Buri Gandaki River, with great view of Manasu and Himal Chuli, then passing several villages of Machha Khola, Chumling and Jagat where the tree lines ends for wild alpine bushes and small juniper trees in arid and desert like landscapes.

This trip with abundant time to enjoy and to explore this hidden valley with villages of Rachen Gompa, Philim, Tatopani and then completing this fabulous journey back at Arughat in the warmer sub-tropical area, and then back to Kathmandu after completing this mesmerizing and awesome journey to Tsum Valley The Hidden Shangri-la with AHP.


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