Mustang Region Treks

“Mustang” is a Tibetan lost valley and stands as a hidden treasure of Nepal. The Mustang trek goes to the fabled, long forbidden Kingdom of Mustang. Mustang is in the North-West area of Nepal that is part of the Tibetan plateau. The Mustang trek is located within north central Nepal, north of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Ranges. The ancient Kingdom of Mustang – the capital Lo Manthan was attached to Tibet in the 14th century. Mustang offers a truly exceptional opportunity to explore an area rich in ancient tradition and mythology. Mustang trek takes us to the walled town of Lo-Manthang, a visually extraordinary place, home of the present Mustang’s King and full of beautiful temples and Gompa.

Mustang region lies in western Nepal and is officially the name of the district. It is a Tibet-like region. It is accessible by foot or by air. It is located along the banks of the Kali Gandaki River. It is divided into two parts namely the Upper Mustang and the Lower Mustang. Mustang is the only district in Nepal with its own King. The people of Mustang call themselves Lobas. Some examples of beautiful architecture in this region is the city wall and the four storey palace in Lo Manthang. The Mustang trek normally starts from “Kagbeni”. Mustang’s natural and cultural treasures have made it one of the most popular tourist and trekking destination of Nepal. Trekking in Mustang is truly one of the rarest and most rewarding experiences in all Nepal.

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