Upper Mustang situated in the shower follower of the Himalayas is maybe the last reserve of pristine Tibetan culture. Prohibited and inaccessible from the rest of the world. It was able to evolve its own distinctive culture and tradition which is so rich and unique. Lo-Mustang, the capital is a walled city ruled by a religious king. Untouched by current civilization, life in Mustang goes on as it has for centuries at a leisurely pace. As everywhere in the Himalayas, this area delivers spectacular mountain background decorated by Dhaulagiri at 8164 meters (26, 795 ft) and Annapurna I at 8091 meters (26,545 ft.) you will be bounded by more than 35 mountains over 6000 meters (19,680 ft) high. The advancement of the trails rises from 2815 meters (9,233 ft.) to 3780 meters (12398 ft) overhead sea level. Along the way you can see hundreds of old monasteries, shorten, old cave, old villages as a well good view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range includes many peaks. Inhabit by Tibetan people who are emigrating from Tibet nearly thousand years ago. In this region due to temperature and less rain even in monsoon season doesn’t much sport to group more foods, each year they only able to grow one item food like a barley, wide and potato are the major farming here, others necessary goods they supply from a lower part of Nepal. Winters are very cold weather here because of heavy snowing everywhere in the region , most of the people use to go down to Pokhara or Kathmandu, only a few people use to live in villages for look after house and animal, but in spring everyone return back to village for trade and farming, as well as monsoon is the good temperature for life in this region.
Mustang is famous for being an important salt trading post in the Trans Himalayan belt and is thus yak caravans and traders are a common sight here. This trek is unlike any other and is sure to give you a lifetime experience and many memories sights and scenes.
Day 1: Meet and greet at airport, transfer to hotel.
Day2: Get permits, trip preparation or visit ancient old temples in Kathmandu.
Day3: Fly or drive to Pokhara. Pokhara sightseeing if you take flight
Day4: Fly to Jomsom (8921ft. 2720m) and trek to Kagbeni (9216ft. 2810m).
Day5: Trek to Chele (10004ft. 3050m) via Tangbe/Chhusang for lunch.
Day6: Trek to Gilling (11709ft. 3570m). Explore monasteries and village.
Day7: Trek to Ghami (3,460m/11,352ft). Explore monasteries and village.
Day8: Trek to Charanag (11677ft. 3560m). Explore monasteries and village.
Day9: Trek to Lo Manthang (12,238ft. 3,730m). Visit monasteries, king´s palace, and museum.
Day10: Excursion Choser village, back to Lo Manthang after visiting monasteries and caves.
Day11: Trek to Ghargompa, Visit the monastery.
Day12: Trek to Chele (10004ft. 3050m)
Day13: Trek to Kagbeni (9216ft. 2810m).
Day14: Trek to Jomsom
Day15: Fly back to Pokhara and sightseeing around Lakeside.
Day16: Drive to Kathmandu by tourist bus at 7:30 am and transfer to hotel.