The remote Tsum Valley is one of the covered pearls of Nepal. Tsum Valley is known as the Beyul Kyimolung, the consecrated hid valley of happiness at first portrayed by Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava) in the eighth century. Milarepa thought about in the sinkholes of Piren Phu and there are many years old religious safe houses. The Tibetan Buddhist culture is still to a great degree basic in Tsum and the view is stunning with beautiful timberlands and totally open obscured by the towering Ganesh Himal. Tsum begins from the Tibetan word 'Tsombo', which infers striking and in the wake of going to Tsum, you will perceive how the valley got this name. Numerous people unite the Tsum Valley with the Manaslu Circuit starting in Arughat Bazaar and fulfillment in Besisahar. Besisahar is moreover the starting stage for the Annapurna circuit. The trail starts low, experiencing extravagant green field and minimal Hindu towns. You enter Tsum Valley from the essential trail and will soon wind up in great pine and rhododendron boondocks. Voyaging east the valley opens up to reveal brilliant scenes and minimal Tibetan-style towns. There are central guesthouses all over the trail so you can single out the remote possibility that you have to camp or stay at the teahouses/guesthouses.