Manaslu Trek with Tsum Valley side trip; around mighty 8163 m high Mt. Manaslu and sacred and hidden Shangri-La of Tsum Valley to the land of monasteries, hamlets with totally Tibetan population, situated on the north part of Manaslu on Nepal – Tibet is exceptionally popular among adventure trekking holiday seekers. Manaslu region was opened for the trekkers only in 1991 and Tsum Valley was opened for tourist just in 2008. The region is geographically extra spectacular and culturally most fascinating. The inhabitants of upper Bhudi Gandaki, a region known as ‘Nup Ri’ meaning western mountain are direct descendants of Tibetans immigrants and they settled here during early 16th century so the their speech, dress and customs are exclusively similar to Tibetan. The Mountain View in Nup Ri are astonishing and dramatic Larke Pass is thrilling experience.