It’s historical and typical valley of Tsum Valley hidden part of the journey, One of the untouchable, less touristic valley and king of the remote called Manaslu Tsum valley, The Manslu Tsum Valley Trek is one of the most remote classical areas, located in the northern part of Gorkha district bordering Tibet. The gorgeous mountains views, typical Tibetan culture and people are the most impressive. Tsum comes from the Tibetan word’s Tsombo which means vividness. Ganesh and Tewa Himal are in the east, with Shringi Himal in the west. On a clear day Baudha Himal and Himalchuli are visible in the southwest. The Tsum Valley is inhabited by Gurung & Tamang people who follow Buddhism as a religion. Animal husbandry and agriculture are the main profession.
The Tsum Valley hosts many ancient Gompas, caves and some of the biggest nunneries-Rachen Gompa, Dhephudonma Gompa and Gompa Lungdang in Nepal. After Chokang Paro (Chhekamparo) village, the Tsum Valley is quite wide and flat with lot of farms. Piren-phu cave is considered very holy in this region, with a very interesting legend related to it. The famous Tibetan saint and scholar, Milarepa, once mediated in the cave and during his meditation seven white pigeons used to deliver food and drink to him. Later the cave became quite famous as a Piren-phu, literally “pigeon cave”. your remote journey will memorable after doing this historical trip in to Tsum valley, if you already done the in Nepal this trek will makes more like remote adventure and it makes your journey remote dreams comes true,