Mustang Region Trekking
Overview of Upper Mustang Region
The treks in the Mustang area are moderately difficult. Upper Mustang Region Treks were made publicly available to foreign travelers in 1992. Trekking in Nepal's Mustang region provides an amazing opportunity to explore a remote Trans-Himalayan mountain region with Tibetan-influenced cultures.
You will have a once-in-a-lifetime experience with Upper Mustang region treks, where you will see the stunning scenery, the Mustang King Palace, several monasteries, and hypnotic vistas of Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Dhaulagiri. The itinerary for the Upper Mustang Region Treks will give you plenty of time to explore the main settlement of Mustang that is Lo-Manthang. Another well-liked location for international tourists is exploring native culture at the Tiji festival in Lo-Manthang. The most well-known Annapurna trekking routes in Nepal are included in the Mustang trip, and hikers have the option of continuing their journey to the Thorong La pass or entering the Annapurna Ghorepani Poon Hill hiking routes.
You will have a very unique experience with the Upper Mustang region trek, where you will learn about a distinct part of Nepal's topography, culture, custom, attire, and history. Monasteries, unmatched frescoes, Thanka artwork, the status of enormous deities, and old traditions and culture may all be found in this unexplored area. Barley field pastures for grazing herds may be found in the Mustang Region. Trekking in the Upper Mustang region begins with a flight from Pokhara to Jomsom. To get a special upper mustang trekking permit through government-registered Nepal trekking organizations, a minimum of two people are needed. Mustang trekking is more expensive in comparison to other regions trekking in Nepal; a 10-day permit costs USD 500, and an extension costs USD 50 per day, including the Annapurna and TIMS permits.
In the Mustang Region, Green Valley Nepal Treks offers a range of trekking options as well as jeep tours that can enrich the experience in terms of culture and scenery. It is totally up to you what options you take and how far you hike. Experiences may be enhanced by visiting places like the mesmerizing Kagbeni and Nilgiri, Jomsom, Muktinath, Lo-Manthang, Marpha, Tibetan Buddhism, Glorious Natural Beauty, and Manmade Sky Caves.