Explore the Forbidden Kingdom with an electrifying venture.
Situated at the steeped in undisturbed Tibetan Buddhist culture with ancient monasteries, traditional villages, and cave dwellings high up on the cliffs, Mustang is a paradise for the travel zealots who loves digging history and promote cultural exchange. Upper Mustang is a very astonishing place to explore because of its natural gifts which are undisturbed by its isolation behind the great mountain range of Dhaulagiri. But to glance its very picturesque location, you need a special permit issued by the Government of Nepal.
THE UPPER MUSTANG TREK: A STEP CLOSER TO BLISS FOR SEVENTEEN DAYS.
Trekking in Upper Mustang is a joyful privilege because of its rareness. The King of this place was recently recognized by the Government, who lives in Lo-Manthang the heart of this rare paradise. The Upper Mustang Trek is another way to get connected with the uncluttered nature and be close with undisrupted cultural relics, and immense spiritual satisfaction. Upper Mustang, being within the Himalayan area, is one among the regions within the country suitable for trekking even during the monsoons. During this point, the upper Kali Gandaki valley remains quite dry with only occasional rainfall.
The Upper Mustang Trek was accessible to non-Nepali trekkers only some fifteen years ago and even now, reaching out is still highly restricted. To enter the paradise of stunning Upper Mustang, that is to travel further north of Kagbeni, inquisitive trekkers need a special trekking permit and must be accompanied by a securing government-appointed official. The Mustang trek is not immensely difficult as the highest point to reach is only 3,800 meters, but the conditions at times can be arduous. Mustang is cold in winter and is usually windy and dusty throughout the year. Winter treks are best-avoided thanks to harsh weather.
The Upper Mustang trek into the remote untouched Trans- Himalayan Region of this semi-independent Tibetan Kingdom provides an adventurous 15-day itinerary with spectacular and breathtaking trekking through the striking semi-arid desert with colorful rock formations, deep ravines and delighting snow-capped peaks surrounding you. The history, culture, myth, and legend blend perfectly with the stunning quaint environment.
So, choosing The Upper Mustang Trek is going to give you emotional, and spiritual satisfaction which is an absolute goal of trekking. Blending in tradition, the cultural exchange would be there to accompany your quailing journey. The Natural terrain of azure Upper Mustang should be your go-to destination.
Days 1: Arrival into Kathmandu (1,400m)
Day 2: Exploring the enchanting heritage of Kathmandu (1,400m).
Day 3: Flight to majestic Pokhara and spend the afternoon exploring the vibrant town
Day 4: Fly to alluring Jomsom and start trek ascending to Kagbeni (2,804m)
Day 5- Trek to stunning Chele (3,050m)
Day 6- Trek to holy Syangboche (3,800m)
Day 7- Trek to joyful Ghami (3,520m)
Day 8- Trek to lovely Charang (3,560m)
Day 9- Trek to delighting Lo-Manthang (3,840m)
Day 10- Exploration of heart, Lo-Manthang
Day 11- Trek to joying Dhamkar (3,820m)
Day 12- Trek down to holy Syangboche
Day 13- Trek to Chhusang (2,980m)
Day 14- Trek to crowded Jomsom (2,720m)
Day 15- Fly to alluring Pokhara and rest
Day 16- Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 17- Departure to an International flight.
- The mini-Tibet version, The Upper Mustang, and its lovely cultures
- The Gateway of Upper Mustang, dazzling Jomsom city.
- Very unique and appealing experience of the Himalaya Market
- Picturesque views of awesome Dhaulagiri Mountain Range while driving.
- Witnessing awesome wild flora and fauna like yak, musk deer.
- The fascinating medieval village of Kagbeni and its inevitable characteristic like Apple Farming.
- Holy pilgrimage for Hindu and Buddhist, the Muktinath Temple.
- Deepest canyon of the world, Kali Gandaki Gorge.
- The place of last living king and capital of Mustang, Lo-Manthang
- The historical and religious site, Chhoser cave and monasteries.
- Luri Monastery which is filled with ancient relics and artifacts.