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Nepal is a landlocked country with India in the southern, eastern, western sides and China in northern sides. Nepal has a great variation in languages (70 spoken), religions, ethnic groups (more than 61), geographic structures, occupation, culture and traditions. The country has many ever flowing rivers, thick tropical jungles, greatest mountain ranges and different climatic conditions. Owing ...

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Upper Mustang (Lomanthan) Trekking Details Itinerary

Mustang is the old kingdom of Lo. Jomsom is the capital of this old kingdom that has now been reduced to a district, but the original Tibetan style district lies north of Kagbeni and is usually referred to as Upper Mustang.

Mustang has an average elevation of 13,000ft and is located to the north of the mountain giants of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna and is therefore north of the main Himalayan range and geographically is part of the highlands of Tibet. It is a vast high valley, arid and dry, characterized by battered canyons, colorful stratified rock formations and has a barren, desert like appearance. One of the most fascinating features of Mustang is literally thousands of cliff dwellings, some of which look completely inaccessible. The most recent theory is that they may date back to 8-10,000 BC when Mustang was a much greener land & a thriving kingdom.

Cost starting: (RS 2500- RS 3500) per PAX per day.


Day 01- Drive to Pokhara
Day 02- Morning flight to Jomsom and trek to Kagbeni

Day 03- Trek to Chaile
Day 04- Trek to Geling
Day 05- Trek to Charang
Day 06- Trek to Lo Manthang
Day 07- Visit Namgyal Gompa and Tingkhar.
Day 08- Trek to Dhi
Day 09- Trek to Tange
Day 10- Trek to Tetang/ Chusang
Day 11- Trek to Jomsom
Day 12- Flight to Pokhara and Sightseening there
Day 13- Drive back to Kathmandu

Trip Facts:

Duration: 13 days or more

Best Month: april till november

Trip Grade: Moderate


( Cost Includes : Transportation, Food, Accommodation in Lodges, Trekking Guide and Porters and their Insurance and equipment, Sleeping Bag)


Phone Bills, Hard and other Soft drinks, Personal Matters