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Mustang - Lo Manthang Trek - 15 days

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Formerly the Kingdom of Lo and a part of the Western Tibetan Kingdom of Ngari, 'forbidden' Mustang has lured intrepid travelers to its remote realm for centuries, but only the most adventurous made it to this mountainous and inaccessible bastion of Tibetan Buddhism.

Exploration of this timeless, ethnically Tibetan region, untainted by foreign occupation is a privileged journey following some of the less trekked routes through this sun-drenched region of the middle Himalaya border region. The region is monsoon rain shadow area behind the Himalayan ridge just like Tibet. Some extra days are needed to explore the valleys above Lo, Luri Gompa and Yara, and to trek the remote route from Tetang to Muktinath.

  Many trekkers have also the privilege of royal audience at the royal residential palace at Lo Manthang the capital of Mustang. The king previously an absolute monarch  still enjoys cultural authority and is well respected among the Mustangis.

Trip Highlights

Trip Type: Lodge to lodge in package service
Grade: Moderate, Max. height 4000 m.
Season: Spring, Fall, Winter
Elevation: lowest - 2700m highest - 4000m
Group Size: 2 pax to 16 pax
Trip Departure Date: Any date of your choice
Confirmed Group Member/s Min. 2pax
Price: Reasonable, Contact us
Best Months: March, April, May, June and September, October, November

Day 01: Pokhara – Jomsom (2,700m) by flight – trek to Kagbeni (2,810m).

Day 02: Chele (3,060m).

Day 03: Gheling (3,510m).

Day 04: Charang (3,620m)  after Nyi La pass (3,960m).

Day 05: Lo-manthang (3,720m).   

Day 06: Lo Monthang – visit Chosar Valley.

Day 07: Lo Monthang – visit Tingkhar and Namgyal Gompa.

Day 08: Lo Ghekar (3,900m).   

Day 09: Ghami (3,490m).

Day 10: Samar (3,150m) via Ranchung Chhorten Cave.

Day 11: Chhuksang (3,180m).

Day 12: Muktinath (3,750m).

Day 13: Rest day, visit the holy pilgrimage sites.

Day 14: Jomsom.

Day 15: Pokhara by flight.

*Note: For detailed itinerary description contact us.

·         Permits - National Park entry fee, TIMS fee or Trek Permit,

·         Logistics – camping equipments; tents, mattresses, utensil and  three meals a day;  breakfast, lunch & dinner, sleeping bag and duffle bag.

·         Support Staff -  guide, cook, porters, insurance for Nepali staff,

·         Transfers – overland transportation to & fro trek start/complete points,

·         Emergency Service -  assistance for travel/rescue arrangements  and

·         Agency's service charge. 

  • Flights
  • Cold & alcoholic drinks,
  • Your medical and rescue insurance,
  • Personal gears, equipments,
  • Tips,
  • Other expenses of your personal nature and
  • Any other not stated as inclusive.