In Nepal, many areas which could otherwise have been prime new trekking routes destinations, still remain forbidden to outsiders. Due to their proximity to the Tibetan border, several trekking areas were restricted to non-nationals in the past. However, the Government of Nepal lifted such restrictions in some trekking areas. Moreover, some of these newly opened trekking routes are now giving tough competition to two of the most popular trekking regions in this country; the Everest and the Annapurna trekking region.
The route is set in the eastern region of the Annapurnas and is newly opened for trekkers. Being less frequently used the accommodation here is fairly basic in comparison to the more popular routes, but the trade-off is more peaceful and quiet in this beautiful area.
Langtang Triangle Trek is a combination of Tamang heritage trek/Langtang trek/Gosainkunda trek and Helambu trek. The trek difficulty ranges from easy to moderate and is only offered by Peace Nepal Treks (p) Ltd, with our expert guides and porters who trekked with us over decades and are fully acclimatized, physically fit, and strong to carry your luggage.
Manaslu Circuit Tsum Valley Trek 5,160m LARKE LA PASS
“Hidden Valley of Happiness”
This program organized by Peace Nepal Treks is a splendid combination of trekking and camping in the quiet remote locations of western Nepal. You will be trekking a section of Manaslu Circuit and also a portion of Tsum Valley, which is known for its peace and solitude. This region has been opened for visitors only a few years ago, due to which you have a wonderful chance of having an experience of the unspoiled Manaslu Region.
Peace Nepal Treks offers you an authentic trekking experience along the 12 days of Tamang Heritage Trek, a previously restricted area. This trek takes you across ancient villages and monasteries of rich architecture, where you will stop to take a dip in the age-old natural springs. Starting from Syabrubesi, this trek offers a spectacular view of the great Langtang region Himalayas and the villages overlooked by them.