Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Trek

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  • Duration23 Days
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Activity Trekking/Hiking
  • Max. Altitude 5106 m
  • Group Size 2-20
  • Best Season March to May and September to November
Group Discount Prices
2 - 3 paxUS$1245
4 - 6 paxUS$1190
7 - 10 paxUS$1145
11 - 15 paxUS$1099
16 - 20 paxUS$1075
  • Exploring an astonishingly layered route that provides everything a trekker could ask for scenically and culturally
  • One of Nepal's most complete treks yet one that is serene and peaceful by comparison to some of the busier trails elsewhere
  • The Manaslu region's superb mountain vistas, countless cascades, and tumbling waters of the Budhi Gandaki
  • The living Buddhist culture of Tsum, with its numerous monasteries, nunneries, chortens, and other monuments
  • The final push and sense of accomplishment upon reaching Larkya La
  • The availability of numerous side trips to add even further to the experience, such as excursions to Gompa Lungdang, Ganesh Himal Base Camp, Kal Tal, the border with Tibet, Pungen Gompa, and Manaslu Base Camp

On the one hand, you have arguably the most memorable and immersive cultural experience on offer to trekkers: a living, breathing Buddhist culture that’s been protected from the ravages of the outside world for centuries in its hidden and well-protected valley. On the other hand, you have one of the most scenically spectacular and diverse wilderness treks available, complete with the majestic peak of Manaslu standing in serene splendor over the surrounding landscape. In combination, the two comprise quite possibly the most complete and rewarding experience currently available to the trekking community—a tour de force of the very best that Nepal has to offer.

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is one of Nepal’s crown jewels of cultural experiences, a sacred sanctuary of Buddhist monasteries and nunneries, spinning prayer wheels, and the deep-throated call of long Tibetan horns rumbling across the distances. It’s a place bathed in the glow of its peaceful inhabitants and their abiding belief in the sanctity of all life, with a landscape of patchwork meadows, terraced fields, and the imposing Ganesh Himal ranges adding their spectacular touch to the much-vaunted scenery.

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek is fast gaining in popularity as the area of choice for those seeking an all-round experience of the mountains that encompass everything that a trekker could hope for in the Himalayas–an adventure-filled journey of layered landscapes ranging from semi-tropical to pure alpine, precipitous trails winding by myriad waterfalls and dense forests of rhododendron and pine, thread-like suspension bridges hanging impossibly high over thundering whitewater rapids, epic mountain scenery and spectacular Himalayan peaks, all rounded out by the classic culmination of a picture-perfect and prayer-flag festooned high pass to round out the journey. Throw in the ever-present mule and yak teams delivering the basic necessitates of life through the valley, abundant wildlife waiting to beguile at every turn of the pathway, and the resilient and ceaselessly optimistic inhabitants with their welcoming demeanor, and you truly have one of Nepal's most amazing experiences.

The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek begins by following the banks of the Budhi Gandaki, tracking back and forth across the river in spectacular fashion via spidery suspension bridges through to the threshold of Tsum Valley. Beautiful views of the Ganesh Himal and Siringi Himal range unfold as the trail leads towards Lopka, while from Chhokoang Paro onward, the lush landscapes give way to the alpine regions of the valley and the cultural time capsule that the local Tibetan community represents, with its numerous Buddhist retreats, monuments, and the general air of spirituality that pervades the entire valley's atmosphere—a night spent at one of the monasteries adds even further to the sense of wonder and mystique. The return leg through the valley allows trekkers to visit Ganesh Himal Base Camp and its glorious outlook before the trail heads back to the Budhi Gandaki.

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  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:2/3 Star Hotel

Welcome at the Airport and transfer to your hotel. Introduce the program then enjoy your first night in cultural diversity in Kathmandu.

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Accommodation:2/3 Star Hotel

Today you can spend however you prefer, we recommend that you enjoy our diversified cultural capital - the ever-changing city of Kathmandu. This day is also your last chance to make the necessary preparations for your trek.

  • Max. Altitude:930m/3051ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Because the road has been extended beyond Sotikhola, Nepal Trekking experts advise driving directly to Machhakhola rather than staying in Soti Khola and walking on the road the next day. We leave Kathmandu for the long journey to Machhakhola (157 km), passing through Arughat and Sotikhola on the dusty road along the way. Machhakhola is situated on the banks of the Budhi Gandaki River, our companion, and guide through the Manaslu valley, the source of which we will eventually encounter as we ascend to the Larkya La pass.

  • Max. Altitude:1340m/4396ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

We ease through Khorlabesi during the early part of the day and make our way to Tatopani, famed for its natural hot springs. A steep climb takes us up to Dobhan as we enter the Manaslu Conservation area and on to the scenic village of Jagat and its rugged setting and narrow paved lanes.

  • Max. Altitude:2240m/7349ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

A series of striking suspension bridges dominate our path today as we steadily make our way up the trail past numerous waterfalls towards the Gurung village of Philim and its pretty setting. From there the trail climbs again and branches away into Tsum Valley, with the striking image of Ganesh Himal and Shringi Himal drawing our attention as we make our approach to Lopka to end our day on the trail.

  • Max. Altitude:2386m/7828ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Lush jungle and three more suspension bridges usher us into the mystical Buddhist valley, and after an initial sharp climb, the rest of our hike to Chumling is a fairly leisurely one that allows us to relax and take in the beauty of the valley.

  • Max. Altitude:3031m/9944ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Glorious views of the Ganesh Himal serve as our backdrop during the day as we steadily ease higher along the Shiar Khola, a minor tributary of the Budhi Gandaki, a small Tibetan monastery along our path reminding us of the valley's strong Tibetan influences. The day finishes off with our arrival at Chhaikampar, the largest settlement in the valley.

  • Max. Altitude:3700m/12139ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

With the tributary still acting as our guide we make our way deeper and higher into the valley, following the ancient trade route to Tibet as we make our way past chortens, stupas, mani walls, monasteries, and nunneries, all reminders of the close cultural and historical bonds to Nepal's mystical neighbor to the north — not for nothing is Tsum Valley known as 'Little Tibet'. We can pause briefly to inspect Milarepa cave before we arrived at the monastery of Mu Gompa where we'll stay the night and enjoy the hospitality of the resident monks — truly one of the cultural highlights of the trek.

  • Max. Altitude:3130m/9944ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

We retrace our steps from Mu Gompa as far as the village of Lar then take an alternate route back to Chhaikampar via Rachen Gompa, home to the valley's most famous nunnery.

  • Max. Altitude:3400m/11155ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Our day begins with a descent to the village of Dumji, after which we change direction and take a steep trail through dense pine and rhododendron forests until we reach Gompa Lungdang and its serenely situated monastery below Ganesh Himal.

  • Max. Altitude:3400m/11155ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The ascent to the base camp takes approximately four hours, perhaps a little less, and once there our efforts are rewarded with some of the finest views on offer of towering Ganesh Himal and the surrounding alpine wilderness. After a suitable amount of time to savor the view, we retreat down the trail to Gompa Lungdang.

  • Max. Altitude:2470m/8104ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Our return path takes the alternative route towards Ripchet, which gives us a new and rewarding perspective on the landscape as we make it overnight.

  • Max. Altitude:1860m/6102ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

As we leave behind our stay in the magical Tsum Valley our attention refocuses on the trail through the Manaslu region and our ultimate goal of Larkya La pass. Our old friend, the Budhi Gandaki River, greets us and leads us westward towards Pewa and on up the steep-sided valley to Deng.

  • Max. Altitude:2630m/8629ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

An undulating trail leads us steadily through forests until we arrive at Ghap, then continues gaining altitude steadily as we trail by the tumbling white water of the river close at hand. A final steep climb leads us into Namrung.

  • Max. Altitude:3520m/11549ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The lower temperate forests give way steadily as we break free of the tree line and hike higher into the mountains, the lush greens of the lower valley giving way to the muted browns and grays of the Himalayan terrain and the vivid blue skies one only experiences at altitude. Our first destination for the morning is the scenic village of Lho with its gorgeous views of Manaslu and Rebung Gompa perched atop a hillside nearby. From Lho we hike to the equally impressive village of Shyala and its own spectacular vistas, then climb steadily through yak pasturelands to Samagaun.

  • Max. Altitude:3520m/11549ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Samagaun is our temporary home for the day as we give our bodies time to acclimate to the altitude, and the choice is a good one as the village provides multiple choices for day excursions, including a short excursion to the pretty lake of Birendra Taal nearby, the highly rewarding and dramatic hike to Manaslu Base camp, or the alternative walk to Pungen Gompa and its serene setting amidst the mountains.

  • Max. Altitude:3860m/12664ft
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Onward and up is the motto of the day as we put our heads down determinedly with the goal of Larke La ever nearer. The trail leads us on a short and gradual climb alongside the river then begins to steepen as it leads us up to Samdo around midday. There is plenty of time in the afternoon to explore and perhaps hike to a higher altitude briefly to help in the process of acclimatization.

  • Max. Altitude:3860m/12664ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Another rest day to help acclimate, with the rare option to spend the day on a return hike to the border with Tibet at the pass of Rui La 4998m. The views of the Himalayas and Fukang Glacier add another level to the day's journey.

  • Max. Altitude:4460m/14633ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

Our trek to the high-altitude camp of Dharmsala brings us to the very threshold of Larkya La, with snow more evident and the air feeling thinner with each step toward our destination. Another brief hike to higher ground is recommended to help our bodies get used to the altitude and sleep better during the night.

  • Max. Altitude:3590m/11778ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

The typical method for crossing Larke La is to head out before daybreak, our head-mounted lights bobbing in the dark as we clamber up the path in the cold morning air, our breath apparent in the glow of the lamps. The trail to Larke La is a deceptive one of constant switchbacks, promising everything one minute and snatching it away the next as one false ridge leads to another. Finally, we catch a glimpse of the first prayer flags and our goal is finally attained as we stumble wearily to the marker and pose proudly for our cameras to mark the achievement. After pausing to luxuriate in the accomplishment and take in the magnificent views we begin the descent to Bhimthang and put our trekking poles to good use to spare our tired legs and knees from the steep descent to the arid valley below.

  • Max. Altitude:1960m/6430ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tea House

With views of Manaslu to our left and the Annapurna ranges to our right we descend from Bhimthang through yak pastures to the first signs of the Dudh Khola's headwaters trickling down the slope. A bridge across leads to a path that gradually leaves behind the alpine climate and takes us down through familiar rhododendron forests to a narrow valley of terraced fields and patchwork crops. We reach the small and picturesque village of Tilje and then make our way uphill to Dharapani, the major trekking confluence in the region and modern starting point for trekkers heading out on the Annapurna Circuit and their goal of reaching Thorong La pass. With time and intent, we too can head in the same direction.

  • Max. Altitude:1400m/4593ft.
  • Meals:Breakfast & Lunch

A long day's driving by jeep/bus to either Pokhara or Kathmandu.

    Farewell and drop-off at the airport, or the opportunity to join another of our programs.

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    What's Included
    Cost Includes
    • Complementary airport pick-up and drop off
    • Complementary welcome dinner
    • Two-night stay in Kathmandu with breakfast included (twin share basis)
    • All necessary trekking permits for Manaslu, Tsum Valley, Manaslu conservation area, Annapurna conservation area, TIMS card, etc.
    • All accommodation during the trek
    • Three meals a day during the trek
    • Fresh fruit each day if and when available
    • Complementary duffel bag/agency T-shirt, trekking map, and sleeping bag if needed
    • Government registered and first-aid trained professional local guide who speaks English
    • First-aid kit with oximeter
    • Kathmandu to Machhakhola by bus
    • Dharapani to either Pokhara or Kathmandu by bus
    • Staff insurance, meals, accommodation, equipment, transportation, etc.
    • Rescue arrangements if necessary
    • Agency service charge and government tax/VAT
    • Certificate of achievement
    Cost Excludes
    • International airfare and Nepal visa fee
    • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
    • Personal Insurance, personal expenses, loss of property and theft, etc.
    • Sightseeing costs (temples, monasteries, etc.)
    • All beverages, snacks, and additional expenses such as laundry, hot showers, battery charging, Wifi, etc.
    • Tipping to staff 

    Note:- Above itinerary is just a guideline. If you are not satisfied, please feel free to customize your own & talk to us.

    Dates & Availability
    Start:SaturdayApr 01, 20232
    End:SundayApr 23, 2023
    Start:SaturdayApr 15, 2023
    End:SundayMay 07, 2023


    Are you satisfied with the group departure dates? Aside from that, we organize private trips or any special dates you prefer. Let's talk to our local specialist.

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    Manaslu Circuit Trekking Permit

    Manaslu Circuit Trek lies in a restricted area and requires a special permit, a government-registered trekking agency, and a licensed guide to trek in this region. A minimum of two people are required to obtain the trekking permit for the area. The special permit costs $100 from September to November for the first seven days plus $15 for each additional day, and $75 from December to August for the first seven days plus $10 per additional day. The costs are per person. Trekkers are also required to have an Annapurna and Manaslu Conservation Area permit from the Nepal Tourism Board at a cost of 3000 Nepali rupees per person, including 13% VAT for each different region. For further details, please contact us.

    Transportation for Manaslu Circuit Trekking 

    As per the package, Nepal Trekking Experts offers transportation by bus (available early in the morning only) from Kathmandu (Gongabu Bus Park) to Machhakhola (9/10 hrs) and Dharapani to Besisahar by a local Jeep (4/5 hrs), then we switch to another bus or van to Kathmandu (6/7 hrs). The bus might be congested, overcrowded (especially if you are traveling during festival time), not tidy, and stop in many villages to pick up and drop off more people en route, but it definitely takes a couple of hours longer than a private jeep to reach the final destination. However, you can take part of the experience and enjoy it as well. Otherwise, we provide private transportation on request, which costs a total of $200 to Machhakhola and $250 from Dharapani to Kathmandu.

    Manaslu Circuit Trekking Meal

    Consider that you are in South Asia in Nepal and going through unexplored, very remote areas to experience the country's unspoiled splendor. Typically, the menus at each tea house in the villages are rather similar. Overall, you can choose from a variety of local dishes like Dal Bhat (rice, vegetable curry, lentil soup, pickle that can be refilled as much as you like), fried rice, dumplings (Mo Mo Tibetan meal), Thukpa, any style of potato (boiled or fried), spring rolls, or western dishes like pasta, pizza, noodles, any style of egg, porridge, muesli, chapati, Tibetan bread, etc.

    Manaslu Circuit Trekking Accommodation

    The Manaslu circuit trek lodging is not as luxurious as in the Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang regions, despite the fact that the Manaslu region is a relatively isolated, lesser-known, and less-frequented trekking route in Nepal. The tea house trek can be done similarly to other well-known hiking routes. Typically, you have to share a toilet, bathroom, and each room will have two beds. You may purchase a hot shower for about 3/4 of a dollar depending on where you have been.

    Telephone, Internet, and Battery Charging


    Nowadays, most villages have phone service and mobile reception. NCELL and Nepal Telecom are our two major sim card providers. Nepal Telecom is recommended by NTE for better reception in the Manaslu region.


    Certain villages and tea houses like Philim, Chumling, Namrung, Lho, Samagaon, Samdo, Bhimthang, and Dharapani have internet, but consider that sometimes it may not be reliable due to weather and other issues.

    Battery Charging

    Despite being in a very remote trekking region, most of the tea houses have either electricity or solar power. Each tea house charges a small fee for device charging. A fully charged device costs roughly 2/3 of a dollar in rupees. Carrying a power bank may be useful during the trek in the Himalayas.

    Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking Difficulty

    While the landscape is rugged, with numerous landslide areas, the trail is uneven, you may encounter difficulties for the first few days. However, you will gradually build muscle and adapt to the terrain. Because the trek begins at 930m Machhakhola, you will gain elevation gradually, which will aid in acclimatization. Almost two weeks of walking six to seven hours per day on uneven trails and crossing 5060 meters will not be easy for anyone. This is why we recommend trekking, hiking, jogging, gym, cardio, and other physical activities before visiting Nepal. But don't be discouraged; this isn't expedition, and the Manaslu circuit requires no special training or prior experience. We have successfully organized people ranging in age from 8 to 75. This trek is suitable for both beginners and family groups too.


    As per the tailored-made packages, porter is excluded. But if you would like to have porters, we will be more than happy to offer them. Normally, we provide a porter for two people, and he carries 20 kilos. A porter makes a massive difference in terms of avoiding carrying a burden of kilos and enjoying the beautiful surroundings. I am pretty sure you are fit enough, but if you ask me, I would recommend a porter since it makes a huge difference on the high altitude, rugged, and uneven trails.

    FAQs for Tsum Valley Manaslu Circuit Trek
    • The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek begins 155 kilometers northwest of Kathmandu, at Machha Khola.

    • It depends on your time frame, fitness, and interest. The fastest you can do it is within 16 days from Kathmandu, but you may miss the beautiful side trips such as Milarape Cave, Mu Gompa, Rachen Gompa, Gompa Lungdang, Ganesh Himal Base Camp, Ribung Monastery, Pungen Gompa, Birendra Lake, Manaslu Base Camp, Tibet Border, etc. If you have the time, we recommend traveling from Kathmandu to Kathmandu for 20–21 days.

    • No, though some prior trekking experience is certainly beneficial to handling the challenges you'll come up against, not least the altitude.

    • As per the government's rules and regulations, we need a minimum of two people to trek such a region. However, you can pay for a ghost trekker permit and trek on your own too. Or we can get a sharing permit with a group and trek solo too.

    • Yes, you can store the unnecessary stuff with us in Kathmandu.

    • NTE does not recommend drinking directly from the tap. You can buy bottles of mineral water, boil water, use purification tablets, a steripen, or a life straw as you like.

    • You should have Nepali rupees with you during the trek. There are no ATMs or banks, and credit cards are not accepted.

    • It stands 5106 meters (16752 feet) tall.

    • Walking at a high altitude for many days won’t be easy. But since it is not a mountain expedition and you are just walking on the trail, you can do it. However, we recommend hiking, jogging, cardio, going to the gym, etc. regularly before visiting Nepal.

    • Trekkers cannot obtain the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking Permits on their own. So, only government-registered and updated trekking agencies can obtain them for you.

    • The trek requires a minimum of two people, a government-registered agency, and a guide. For the permit's cost details, please go through the Nepal Trekking Permit and Fee Blog.

    • While the Manaslu region is a restricted area in Nepal, you must have a government-registered guide.

    14Travelers' Reviews
    • TripAdvisor
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      Look no further. Truly exceptional.....

      These guys are true professionals. Can't speak highly enough of their attention to detail, flexibility, help, and overall service. You may find a little cheaper, but IF you do, it will come at a compromise that will not be worth any small saving. Prakash, my guide, went above and beyond every single day, including adapting to my constant changes of plan. Raj (the owner, and an ex guide himself) gives a personal experience from the first contact, even personally taking me to the bus station at 6.30am for a bus I had booked to Pokhara (and lucky he did as the bus had not come). The entire team is focused on customer satisfaction and experience before profit, including a host of little 'extras'. Do not think twice... If you are reading this review, you have found the trekking agency you are looking for.

      Leon JMar 15, 2023Canada
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      Memories that last

      With wonderful memories of my treks in the late 1980ies, I had put a return to Nepal high on my bucket list. At the time, I did the Annapurna Circuit and the Langtang trek, and now, 30-plus years later, I was hoping for a similar great adventure. And I did find what I was hoping for by completing the Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit trek. This trek, and particularly the Tsum Valley that opened only recently to foreigners, mimicked my experiences of the 1980ies. The trails and welcoming rustic teahouses of the Tsum Valley were not busy despite trekking in peak season (October and November). The landscape is spectacular in that I would always see snow-covered mountains, no matter which direction I was facing. At the same time, the landscape was pacific and calming with gently sloping pastures, fields, nature and forests, decorated with Stupas, Mani walls, and picturesque settlements. The valley provided ample opportunities to visit monasteries and nunneries and to embrace the Tibetan Buddhist culture. Not a single time I encountered motorized vehicles or noisy machinery and instead enjoyed watching the Nepali supported by oxen busying their farmlands. My meals were often vegan or otherwise vegetarian charmingly consisting of crops from adjacent fields. The Tsum Valley also provided me the opportunity to crank up my fitness level, to strengthen my muscles and to adjust to the altitude, all needed for the second leg of the trek: the Manaslu Circuit. This second leg was clearly more crowded but nonetheless offered spectacular hikes along rivers and ravines, over bolder paths and suspension bridges, and with breathtaking views of alpine landscapes with massive glaziers and countless close and distant mountain peaks. My decision to work with the Nepal Trekking Experts was easily made once I connected with Rajesh, the owner. Of everyone I corresponded with, Rajesh was most prompt, constructive and informative in his responses. He would prompt me questions on the kind of experience I was looking for, and next made several customized suggestions for treks and options. Rajesh, obviously, has expert knowledge of what Nepal has to offer. He also understands that different travelers come to Nepal for different adventures, and he is the absolute master in matching the distinct needs of travelers with everything that Nepal has to offer. In addition, he employs undoubtedly the best guides and porters. Me and my two co-trekkers were so fortunate to have Rajan Dangol as our guide. Rajan knew the area as no other. He knew all the trails, all the shortcuts and longcuts, all the viewpoints and highlights, all the good teahouses, the monasteries and nunneries, where to look for wildlife, etc. He would always try to arrange the best tables and rooms for us, and cheerfully serve our meals promptly at the agreed times. After dinner he would sit down with us to discuss the options for the next days. He would talk about the area, the history, the geology, the nature, the culture, Buddhism and Hinduism, and he would share his personal opinions and experiences. In addition to Nepali and good English, Rajan speaks at least 5 local languages. He knows many people in the area, and they would know him. Rajan would initiate and facilitate conversations for us to have with the families running the teahouses, and with some of the nuns and monks of the nunneries and monasteries. Rajan is an altruist at heart who truly wanted the experience for us to be as good as possible, just as much as he wants the very best for this people and country. Rajan added so much – for this reason we nicknamed him ‘the best guide of Nepal’. We were further fortunate with our great porters, Sudip and his younger brother Anup. Supid, a certified guide and very knowledgeable as well, introduced us to some local card games that appeared so entertaining that playing cards quickly became our collective pre-supper routine. My 2022 experience in Nepal had been so amazing that I will be planning another trek in the years to come. Undoubtedly, I will be re-connecting with Rajesh and Rajan to whom I am so grateful.

      PaulDec 30, 2022Canada
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