Upper Mustang Trek
“Mustang is one of the few places in the Himalayan region that has retained its traditional Tibetan culture unmolested…
Authentic Tibetan culture now survives only in exile and a few places like Mustang, which have had long historical and cultural ties with Tibet.” -The Dalai Lama.
Enjoy our 15 days Upper Mustang trek with our supper-friendly guides and support team. Per our Upper Mustang trek itinerary, day 01 will be your arrival day in Kathmandu and day 15 will be your departure day after the end of the Upper Mustang Trek. During your stay in Kathmandu, we will provide you with a room at the newly built hotel “Kathmandu Suite Home“. And during the trek, we will provide you accommodation with guesthouses owned by locals.
All travel logistics, including a special trek permit for the Upper Mustang trek, are included in the trek package. For any pre-booking trek information, contact email@example.com.
Why is the Upper Mustang trek Restricted?
- Tibet, the border to the north.
- Many special management zones are due to globally threatened flora and fauna.
- Fragile Environment.
- Unique culture and heritage.
- The Forbidden Kingdom until 1991.
- Unique mode of settlement with several old monasteries, ancient walled cities and mysterious caves.
- Until recent years, this Tran- Himalayan region was closed to foreigners.
Nesting on the Tibetan border, the Mustang region is dominated by giants Annapurna and Dhaulagiri massif. Situated at the head of the Kali Gandaki in north-central Nepal, the little-known district of Mustang is naturally and culturally attractive, in particular, the origin of Tibet. Tourists in Upper Mustang can opt for the strangely eroded landscape of this remote territory that presents a vibrant mosaic of earth colours- red, yellows, browns and blues. In addition, this location is bestowed with ecological diversities, delightful views of snowy peaks, colourful villages, monasteries, and ancient palaces.
Enjoy your first Upper Mustang trek!