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Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking

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  • Duration 15 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Manaslu Tsum Valley
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Trip Type Tea house trek
  • Transport Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus
  • Accommodation Teahouse

Highlights

  • You will lose at least 5-10 lbs
  • You view more than 10 peaks of over 6,500 meters and a few of over 7,000 meters are visible. 
  • Understand and observe the lifestyle of Tsum inhabitants residing in the region. 
  • Observe monasteries, mani walls, and prayer wheels in the area. 
  • Natural scenery, high glacier lakes, fascinating flora, fauna, and majestic Himalayan ranges make the trail exciting. 
  • After trekking, you will find a new individual in you who has a different leadership quality.

Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking is another most appreciated trekking in the Manaslu region designated for both indoor and outdoor travelers. It is a unique adventure with two major attractions: a closer view of the mountain, and an experience of the influential Buddhist culture, tradition, and lifestyle of the people of Tsum Valley. This trekking area is bordered by Tibet too. Thus, the word ‘Tsum’ is derived from the Tibetan word Tsombo meaning ‘vivid’. Like the name, Tsum treasures the natural beauty of huge mountains, pine, and oak forest, cascading waterfalls, a number of streams, and natural hot springs.

Tsum Valley is a real gem of this trek which is surrounded by Baudha Himal and Himalchuli on the west, Sringi on the north, and Ganesh Himal on the south. The unique wilderness and vegetation are also major aspects attracting most tourists from both inside and outside of the country. Major animals found are the rare snow leopard and red panda. Some culturally different festivals like Lhosar, Dhachyang, Saka Dawa, and Fanning carry unbelievable importance for the residential people. So, if any of these festivals fall during your trip, you will be able to sink into these culturally purified practices.

Without any doubt, you can enjoy Tibetan Butter Tea, natural coffee, and local meals for your hungry appetite. These splendid blends of natural and cultural experiences will take you to the seven skies. During the trail, you will stay in lodges and tea houses. But, camping can also be arranged if you demand it.

The Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking starts with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Arughat. This drive is followed by the trek to Soti Khola, Machha Khola, Jagat, Chisopani, Chumling, Chokhangparo, Nile, Mu Gompa, Burgi, Chumling, Philim, Khorlabesi, Soti Khola and finally to Arughat. From Arughat one can easily catch a bus/jeep to Kathmandu. In this way, this remote trek starts and ends at the country’s major hub, Kathmandu.

Important Information

For trekking to restricted areas in Nepal, Nepal Immigration Rule suggests that a minimum of 2 people can be allowed. The same rule is applied to Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking. This rule is formed because permits can be issued for a minimum of 2 people. If you want to travel alone, we, Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition can easily arrange permits for you, but you must pay the costs for 2 people. And if you pay the single supplement charge of $140, your permit will be made available easily and you can enjoy your trip fluently. We also arrange group joining the trip. You can choose any dates in the fixed departure section, but if mentions do not match your time, you can simply ask for availabilities.

Additional Information

There is a requirement for a special allowance card for Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek. To get this allowance, we require a full working day (Sunday to Friday) after you arrive in Nepal (Kathmandu). You can book this trek in Nepal as prior as you can and report to us about your landing on a working day so that we can arrange your permits easily.

Single Supplementary

The single supplementary cost is $140, which is compulsory. At this cost, we assure you of a 100% successful trek, if you are an alone traveler. Your trek will be accomplished in your requested timetable.

Itinerary

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    The trek starts by driving from Kathmandu to Arughat, which is where the trek begins. From Kathmandu, it takes about 7-8 hours to get there.

    On the first day of the trek, you will trek from Arughat to Soti Khola. The path goes along the Budhi Gandaki River and through a number of small towns and forests. The first few hours of the trek are pretty easy because the path is mostly flat, but as you get closer to Soti Khola, the trail starts to get steeper.

    From Arughat to Soti Khola, the trek is about 14 kilometers long and takes about 6–7 hours. The hike isn't too hard, but it can be tiring because the trail is long and there are some steep hills near the end. Trekkers need to be physically fit and mentally ready for the challenges that come with the trek.

    Soti Khola is a small village on the banks of the Budhi Gandaki River. It is a popular place for trekkers to stay the night and rest before continuing their journey the next day. You will stay at a teahouse and rest for the day.

      On the second day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek, you will head from Soti Khola to Machha Khola. The trek takes about 6–7 hours and covers about 14 kilometers.

      At first, the path follows the Budhi Gandaki River and goes through a number of small towns and villages. You'll cross the river on a suspension bridge and keep going along a steep, rocky path. Along the way, you will see beautiful views of the Ganesh Himal range and other nearby hills and mountains.

      After a few hours of trekking, you will reach the village of Lapubesi, which is on the bank of the Budhi Gandaki River. Here, you can take a break and have a hot cup of tea or coffee before continuing your trek to Machha Khola.

      As you move along your path, you will see a number of waterfalls and small streams, which add to the beauty of the trek. The trail also goes through dense forests of rhododendron and pine trees, which provide natural shade and a cool atmosphere.

      After a few more hours of hiking, you'll reach Machha Khola, a small village on the bank of the Budhi Gandaki River. Here, you can take a break and look around the village, which is famous for its unique ways of fishing with bamboo traps. Stay overnight at the teahouse.

        On the third day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you will hike from Machha Khola to Jagat. Along the Budhi Gandaki River, this is a moderately hard day of the trek because it involves a steep ascent and descent.

        The hike starts with a slow climb along the riverbank. You'll pass through a few small towns and cross a suspension bridge over the river. From here, the trail goes up a rocky hillside with a steeper grade. If you are not used to hiking at high altitudes, the climb can be difficult and tiring.

        After the steep climb, the trail goes down to a small village called Dobhan, where you can take a break and look at the beautiful hills and mountains around you. From here, the trail continues along the riverbank, crossing a few suspension bridges and going through a few more small villages.

        As you get closer to Jagat, the land gets flatter and the scenery gets more open. Jagat is a small, beautiful village about 1,350 meters above sea level. It has a few guesthouses and shops for trekkers.

        In Jagat, you can take some time to rest and adjust to the high altitude. You can also walk around the village and look at the beautiful views of the mountains and the Budhi Gandaki River. Nepalese food and drinks, like momos (dumplings) and chai (tea), can be found in a number of shops and cafes in the area . Stay at the teahouse for the night.

          You will trek from Jagat to Chisopani on the fourth day of your Manaslu Tsum Valley trek. This will be a relatively short day of hiking. You will go about 12 kilometers, which will take about 4 to 5 hours.

          As you leave Jagat, you'll follow the Budhi Gandaki River upstream. You'll cross a few suspension bridges and go through small towns and farms along the way. You will also have the chance to see the beautiful mountains and hills in the area.

          After hiking for a few hours, you'll reach Chisopani, a small village on top of a hill. This village is known for its beautiful views of the mountains and valleys below, and it's a great place to rest and get used to the altitude before continuing your trek.

          During your time in Chisopani, you can look around the village, talk to the locals, and learn more about their culture and way of life. You can also see the peaks of Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal, as well as the beautiful landscape around you.

            On the fifth day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you'll be hiking from Chisopani to Chumling. This will be an exciting day as you'll be entering the Tsum Valley, which is known for its beautiful landscape and rich cultural history. The trail from Chisopani to Chumling has beautiful views of the mountains and valley.

            The first portion of the trek will be a descent through the forest on the trail to the Tsum Valley. Most of the path goes downhill, and in the distance you can see the beautiful Shringi Himal. As you keep going, you will reach the village of Lokpa, which is where the Tsum Valley begins. Here, you'll need to register your permits and continue on your way to Chumling.

            From Lokpa to Chumling, the path goes up slowly and passes through beautiful villages and farmlands. You will be able to see how the local people, who are mostly Tibetan, live their traditional lives. The houses in the village are made of stone and wood, and there are prayer flags and chortens along the way. You will also cross the Siyar Khola River on a suspension bridge, which is an exciting thing to do.

            When you get to Chumling, you'll be able to see the beautiful Ganesh Himal range. Chumling is a small village with a few places to stay the night, like lodges and homestays. You can look around the village and talk to the people who live there to find out more about their culture and way of life. Stay overnight at the teahouse.

              On the sixth day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you will depart from Chumling to Chokhangparo. This is a relatively short day of hiking that covers about 8 kilometers and takes about 4 to 5 hours to finish. The trail goes through dense forests of pine, rhododendron, and oak trees and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

              As you leave Chumling, you will cross a suspension bridge over the Siyar Khola River and go up towards the village of Gho. From there, the trail goes up steeply until it reaches the village of Chokhangparo, which is 3,010 meters above sea level. This village is the last permanent settlement in the Tsum Valley. It is known for its traditional Tibetan-style houses and rich Buddhist culture.

              Along the way, you'll go through a few small towns with friendly people who are always happy to talk and tell you about their lives. You will also get to experience the unique culture of the Tsum Valley, which has stayed mostly untouched by modernization and tourism.

              As soon as you get to Chokhangparo, you can rest and look around the village. There are a number of old monasteries and chortens in the area that are worth seeing. One of these is Milarepa's Cave, which is thought to be where the famous Tibetan saint Milarepa meditated.

                On the seventh day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you will trek from Chokhangparo to Nile. This is a fun day for trekkers because they get to see the beautiful nature of the Tsum Valley.

                The hike starts with a steep climb, but it gets easier as you go through lush green forests. Along the way, the trek goes through a number of small towns, each of which has its own culture and traditions. As trekkers go further, they get to see more beautiful views of the Himalayan peaks around them.

                The best part of the day is getting to the village of Nile, which is 3,361 meters above sea level. Nile is a small but busy village that gives trekkers a chance to see how people live and learn about their culture. The village is known for its old Buddhist monastery, which has a lot of valuable artifacts and is a popular place for Buddhists to go on pilgrimage.

                When you get to the Nile, you'll rest for the day at a teahouse.

                  On the eighth day of a typical Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you depart from the village of Nile to Mu Gompa. This part of the trek is important because you'll be going to one of the most important monasteries in the area. On the way to Mu Gompa, the path goes through rough terrain and lovely scenery. You'll walk along the banks of the Siyar Khola river and then through lush forests of pine, oak, and rhododendron trees.

                  As you climb up to Mu Gompa, you'll get to see amazing views of the Manaslu range and the valleys around it. This is also a chance to learn about the unique culture of the people who live in the Tsum Valley area. When you get to Mu Gompa, you'll see the old monastery, which is thought to be more than a thousand years old.

                  Stay the night at Mu Gompa.

                    On the ninth of the Manaslu Tsum Valley itinerary typically involves visiting Mu Gompa and sightseeing around the area. Mu Gompa is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in a remote part of Nepal called Tsum Valley. It is also one of the oldest monasteries in the area. It is 3,700 meters above sea level and is known for its beautiful architecture, detailed murals, and old artifacts.

                    People can spend several hours exploring the monastery and the area around it, taking in the peaceful atmosphere and learning about the history and traditions of the Tsum Valley. The monastery has a collection of old Tibetan books, statues, and other religious items that show how the people there live and what they believe.

                    In the area around the monastery, there are many other things to see and do, such as the beautiful views of the Himalayan mountains, the rough terrain of the Tsum Valley, and the snow leopard, Himalayan tahr, and musk deer.

                      On the tenth day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trip, you will hike from Mu Gompa to Burgi.  Before you start the trek, you can look around the monastery and watch the monks go about their daily lives.

                      The hike from Mu Gompa to Burgi is short and easy, and it takes about 3–4 hours to finish. You will start by going down the hill from Mu Gompa, crossing the river, and then climbing up to the village of Burgi. The trail has amazing views of the mountains and green landscapes around it.

                      Burgi is a small village that is 3,245 meters above sea level. It is a popular place for trekkers to stop and get used to the altitude. There are a number of tea houses and lodges in the village where you can relax and eat food from the area. You can also walk around the village and talk to the people who live there to learn more about their culture and way of life.

                      Stay overnight at a teahouse.

                        On the 11th day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you will trek from Burgi village to Chumling. This day's trek isn't too long. It will take you about 4-5 hours to cover about 7 kilometers, which isn't too far.

                        The trail goes down through a dense forest of pine and rhododendron trees until it reaches the Siyar Khola river. You will cross the river on a suspension bridge and continue your hike through terraced fields and traditional villages while getting amazing views of the Himalayan peaks.

                        As you get closer to Chumling, you will be able to see the beautiful Ganesh Himal range. At an elevation of 2,386 meters, Chumling is a charming village with traditional stone houses and friendly people. It is also the entrance to the Tsum Valley, a hidden gem in the Manaslu region that is known for its unique culture and remote trekking routes.

                        When you get to Chumling, you can look around the village and talk to people to learn more about how they live. You can also go to the village monastery, which has beautiful paintings and statues and great views of the mountains nearby.

                        Evenings are a good time to relax and unwind at your teahouse. You can sit by a warm fire and drink a hot cup of tea while you think about your journey so far and plan for what's to come.

                          On the 12th day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, you will depart from Chumling to Philim. This day's trip will take you through beautiful landscapes and traditional villages, giving you a chance to see the unique culture and way of life of the people who live in this remote area.

                          The path from Chumling to Philim goes through the beautiful Tsum Valley, which is full of colorful prayer flags, chortens, and mani walls. Along the way, you'll walk next to the Siyar Khola river, which makes the area even more peaceful and quiet.

                          On your way to Philim, you will pass through traditional Tibetan villages like Gho and Shyamdo. The traditional architecture of these villages is known for being made of stone houses with slate roofs. You will also see a number of old monasteries that are important to the people who live nearby.

                          After a few hours of walking, you will finally reach Philim, a small village where the Budhi Gandaki and Philim rivers meet. This village is known for its natural beauty, and you'll have plenty of time to explore the area and meet the friendly people who live there.

                          Spend the night at the teahouse.

                            On the 13th day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, the journey continues from Philim to Khorla besi. Philim is a beautiful village that is known for its rich culture and beautiful views of the mountains around it. The trail goes down toward the Budhi Gandaki River and follows the riverbank for a while before crossing it on a suspension bridge. The trail then goes up and down through bamboo and rhododendron forests. Along the way, it passes through small villages and crosses several streams.

                            As you get closer to Khorla besi, the landscape starts to change, with more tropical plants and warmer weather. A small village called Khorlabesi is located where the Budhi Gandaki and Siyar Khola rivers meet. Trekkers often stop here to rest, and there are a few tea houses and lodges where you can spend the night. The village also has a natural hot spring that you can go to after a long day of hiking to relax your tired muscles.

                            Spend the night at a Khorla Besi tea house.

                              On the 14th day of the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek, the journey goes from Khorla Besi to Soti Khola. This part of the trek is shorter than the ones before it, but there are still some steep climbs and descents, and the terrain can be rough and difficult at times.

                              The trek starts with a descent toward the Budhi Gandaki River. After that, there is a steep climb through the region's lush forests. Trekkers will pass by a number of small towns and villages along the way, where they can stop and talk to the locals.

                              After you reach the village of Lapubesi, the trail goes along the riverbank, going over a few suspension bridges and past a few waterfalls. The hills and mountains around are beautiful, and the view is breathtaking.

                              The last part of the hike is a steep climb to the village of Machhakhola, then a slow descent to Soti Khola. When you get to Soti Khola, stay at a teahouse there for the night and rest during the day.

                                On the fifteenth day of the trek, you will go from Soti Khola to Arughat and then to Kathmandu.

                                Soti Khola is a small village at the end of the Manaslu Trek, where the Arughat trail also begins. The path from Soti Khola to Arughat isn't too hard and takes about three to four hours to finish. Along the way, you will see beautiful views of the surrounding mountains as you pass through small towns and lush green forests.

                                Once you get to Arughat, you can explore the town, which is known for its traditional buildings and lively local culture. You can also go to the local market, where you can find a variety of handicrafts, textiles, and other items to take home as a reminder of your trip.

                                From Arughat, you'll drive back to Kathmandu, which will take about six hours. The drive takes you through beautiful countryside where you can see the mountains and valleys in all their glory. Once you get to Kathmandu, you can take some time to rest and relax before going home, or you can explore the city and its many cultural and historical sites.

                                Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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                                What's Included

                                Domestic & International Airport Pickup – Drop-off Services
                                • International arrival pickup
                                • International drop-off on your final departure day

                                Transportation 

                                • Arughat from Kathmandu by local bus/jeep 
                                • Kathmandu from Arughat by local bus/jeep

                                Accommodations

                                • 2 nights hotel in Kathmandu on BB Plan (Twin sharing basis)
                                • 13 nights at local guest houses/lodges  in the Ghorepani Poon Hill (Twin sharing basis)
                                • If you want to upgrade the hotels in Kathmandu (Apply the Addons option)

                                Trekking Permit

                                • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
                                • Trekkers Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)
                                • Manaslu Conversation Area Project ( MCAP)
                                • Manaslu Special Restricted Area Permit

                                Food During the trek

                                • 13 Breakfast: Local and continental choices from tea house Menu
                                • 14 Lunch: Simple and light lunch in lunch camp tea houses 
                                • 14 Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals of your choice domestic and continental foods from the local tea house Menu
                                • 1 Farewell dinner in Kathmandu at the best restaurant with the NTA Team 

                                Includes Guide/Porter Services & Their Liabilities

                                • English-speaking government trekking guide
                                • With a minimum of 10 years experience
                                • All meals for Guide/Porter
                                • Insurances for Guide & Porter (Emergency evacuation and accidental medical expenses)
                                • Salary as per the company standard rate (which is recommended by the concerned association of the tourism industry)
                                • A first-aid kit box carried by our team

                                What's Excluded

                                • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
                                • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
                                • Extra-day expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary
                                • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, hot shower, electronic battery recharges, and WiFi
                                • All other expenses not included in the cost includes list.
                                • Travel Insurance: It must be covered for both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.

                                Availability & Private Trip

                                For those interested in joining a group tour, we offer a fixed departure date. However, if you prefer to choose your own date for the trip, we encourage you to explore our Book a Private Trip section, which provides the flexibility of booking on any day of your choice, as private trips offer daily availability.

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                                Start DateStart: ThursdayMay 23, 2024End DateEnd: ThursdayJun 06, 2024PricePriceUS $1250StatusStatusGuaranteed
                                Start DateStart: ThursdayMay 30, 2024End DateEnd: ThursdayJun 13, 2024PricePriceUS $1250StatusStatusGuaranteed

                                Size of Trekking Group

                                For Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking, there will be one leader and Sherpa porter (1 porter for 2 trekkers). This arrangement is done for the smooth running of the campaign. It ensures that the trip will carry on as per plan even if anybody in a group gets sick. NTA can operate this trek for a group of any size. But, a group of 12 are considered as optimum size. However, if you have a group of more than 12, NTA can arrange this too.

                                Accommodations

                                We will spend 2 nights at a luxury hotel in Kathmandu. While on trek, we will spend 14 nights at local tea houses. All accommodations for this trek will be on twin sharing basis. However, on request, single rooms can also be made available but it costs additional $ 290 US. But some places in this region do not allow single accommodations.

                                Meals

                                During our Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking, we will enjoy typical Nepali food, different ethnic cuisines as well as all types of international cuisine like, Tibetan, Continental, Italian, and Indian. You can even enjoy hot chocolates, breads and drinks of different variety and snacks. 
                                Breakfast of a day will be served at the same tea house or lodge where we spent the night, as per its menu. Lunch will be served on the way to destination and dinner will be served at the tea house where you spend the night. A welcome dinner, a farewell dinner and breakfasts will be served during our stay in Kathmandu.

                                Getting Visa for Nepal

                                You will get on arrival visa for Nepal. On arriving Nepal you will get tourist visa for 15 to five months. It depends upon your purpose of visit but regarding tour you will get the visa for 15 to three months. 
                                For trekking you need to submit photocopy of passport and two pp size photo of yours.

                                Frequently Asked Questions

                                • Q1. What is the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking?

                                  Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking is a popular trekking route in Nepal that combines two scenic valleys: Manaslu and Tsum. It offers breathtaking mountain views, diverse landscapes, rich cultural experiences, and a chance to explore remote Himalayan villages.

                                • Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking typically takes around 17 to 21 days to complete, depending on the itinerary and the pace of the trekker. This includes the trekking duration as well as rest days for acclimatization and exploration.
                                   

                                • The best time to do the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer stable weather conditions, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, providing excellent trekking conditions and stunning mountain views.

                                • Yes, trekking in the Manaslu region requires special permits. You will need both the Manaslu Restricted Area Permit (RAP) and the Manaslu Conservation Area Permit (MCAP). Additionally, if you plan to visit the Tsum Valley, you will also need the Tsum Valley Restricted Area Permit (RAP). These permits are obtainable through registered trekking agencies or through the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu.

                                • Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking is considered a moderately challenging trek. It involves long days of walking, steep ascents and descents, and crossing high mountain passes. Good physical fitness and previous trekking experience are recommended. Altitude sickness can also be a concern, so proper acclimatization is crucial.

                                • While it is not mandatory to hire a guide or porter for the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking, it is highly recommended, especially if you have limited trekking experience or prefer assistance with logistics and carrying heavy backpacks. A guide can provide valuable insights into the culture and environment, ensure your safety, and navigate the trail effectively.
                                   

                                • Along the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking route, you will find a range of accommodation options. These include tea houses, basic lodges, and homestays in local villages. The facilities are relatively simple, with shared rooms and common dining areas. It is advisable to carry a sleeping bag for added comfort and warmth.

                                • Yes, altitude sickness is a potential risk during the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking due to the high elevation. Proper acclimatization is essential to minimize these risks. It is recommended to ascend gradually, take rest days for adaptation, stay hydrated, and be aware of any symptoms of altitude sickness. It's important to consult with a medical professional before attempting the trek.

                                • No, it is no possible to do the Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking independently. As mentioned earlier, permits are required, and it is strongly recommended to have prior trekking experience and knowledge of the route. Hiring a guide or joining a guided group is a must and can provide additional safety, convenience, and cultural insights.

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                                  Natalie WebUnited States,February 01, 2023

                                  Trekking to Manaslu Tsum Valley

                                  I did a trekking to Manaslu Tsum Valley with NTA . Everything was planed very well- our guide made a great job. We enjoyed the Manaslu Tsum valley trekking a lot. So I wish all the best to the agency and i can really recommend it to all of you.

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                                  MartinafuchsAustria,February 19, 2014

                                  trekking tour - perfect :)

                                  I did a trekking tour at Manaslu  with this Agency last march. everything was planed very well- our guide Sures made a great job and we compared lot of agencys- the price is really fair. So i wish all the best to the agency and i can really recommend it to all of you.

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