Duration : 19 days
Difficulty Level : Streneous
Mustang is a Tibetan lost valley and stands as a hidden treasure of Nepal and geographic extension of Tibetan plateau and bleak beauty of it’s wild, bare terrain evokes the Tibetan highlands which was founded in the 15th century by a Tibetan Monarch who consolidated various small local chiefdoms in to the Kingdom of Lo. Eventually Mustang was incorporated Nepal but is has been remained isolated, open recently to trekkers in 1992. Full of myth and legend, crumbling ruins and practical kings are aspects of your Himalayan adventure, not to be missed. Mustang is the old kingdom of Lo, actually the capital of Mustang is Jomsom, but the real Tibetan district lies north of Kagbeni and is usually referred as the Upper Mustang. It gives you and opportunity to visit the main town Lo Manthang, and one or two of the villages beyond. Mustang is and independent itself as the regional king “Mustangee Raja” still rules the area.
Mustang Trekking Outline Itinerary
1 Arrive Kathmandu, meet our representative & transfer to hotel.
2 Fly Kathmandu/Nepalgunj & transfer to hotel.
3 Fly Nepalgunj/Jhupal & commence trek to Dunai.
4 Trek to Chhepka.
5 Trek to Renje.
6 Trek to Ringmo and Phoksumdo Lake.
7 Acclimatization at Phoksumdo Lake.
8 Trek to Chunemba.
9 Trek to 'Snowfields' Camp.
10 Cross the Kangla to Shey Gompa.
11 Rest day at Shey Gompa.
12 Cross the Shey La to Namgung.
13 Trek to Saldang.
14 Trek to Sibu.
15 Trek to Lagmo Che.
16 Cross the Jeng La to Tokyu.
17 Trek to Dho Tarap.
18 Rest or contingency day.
19 Trek to riverside meadows.
20 Trek to Kanigaun.
21 Trek to Tarakot.
22 Trek to Dunai.
23 Trek to Juphal.
24 Fly Nepalgunj/Kathmandu & transfer to hotel
25 Independent activities in Kathmandu.
26 Transfer to airport for final departure
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