Upper Mustang Trek
History of Nepal, experience the modern and ancient historic past events .. Nepalese(Gopal) Beginning of 10 th Century allawis Independent Country. Upper Mustang trek Lower Lo was called (Serib) until 13 th century AD and The area above Kagbeni to Choser was called “Lho Tsho dun” (Upper Mustang). The first king of Lo-manthang was Amadpal, who was born in 1387 Ad. … When Jumla was annexed to Nepal in 1789 AD, Mustang became an integral part of the country along with it. The Kingdom of Lo or “fertile plain” Upper Mustang trek brings you into the hidden world of the old Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, also called Lo. Lo used to be a part of the Tibetan empire. The Kingdom of Lo situated along the north central border of Himalayas in the upper reaches of the Mustang District is by far Nepal’s most restricted trekking area. It was only opened to foreigners in 1992 and has been strictly regulated ever since. However, only limited tourists per year are allowed to visit this enchanting kingdom and are on first come first serve basis. The Kingdom of Mustang is an independent kingdom within Nepal and its King has allegiance to the King of Nepal. This area has long been inhabited by Tibetan Buddhists who call Themselves Lobas People from Lo, and they practice a very sophisticated culture and economy. They speak various dialects of Tibetan. The climate and geography of Upper Mustang Trek are nearly identical to those of Western Tibet and as such, they are dramatically different from the temperate and tropical areas on the south side of the Himalayas. The dry, wind swept ecology of this Trans-Himalayan region is extremely fragile. Fuelwood is virtually non-existent, water is scarce, the agricultural land yields insufficient food grains the marginal grasslands support only limited numbers of livestock and wildlife. However trekking in this area is truly one of the rarest and most rewarding experiences in all Nepal.
*Kali Gandali Valley which is deepest gorgent in the world.
*Tibetan village start from Kagbeni Kagbeni.
*Lo-manthang, the wall city and centuries old Tibetan Buddhsit Monasteries.
*Chhungsi Cave, 1200 years old Ghar Gompa, Khanpa Caves in Chhoser Valley.
*Trans Himalaya which is said to be under the rain shadow in the world.
*Give you the feeling and and experience that you are in Tibet
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu airport transportation to the Hotel.
Day 02: Day to visit Kathmandu (Pashupatinath, Bodnath, Swayambhunath
Day 03: Kathmandu – Pokhara by Bus, Overnight at Pokhara Hotel
Day 04: Pokhara – Jomom and trek to Kagbeni (2,810m.The aircraft 40 mi)
Day 05: Kagbeni – Chele: (3,000m, 6h)
Day 06: Chele – Geling (3 500m, 6 hrs)
Day 07: Geling – Tsarang (3,500m, 6h)
Day 08: Tsarang – Lo Manthang (3,700m, 6h)
Day 09: Visit Around Lo Manthang.
Day 10: Lo Manthang – Yara 5h
Day 11: Visit around Luri Gompa returns Yara (3600m, 6 hrs)
Day 12: Yara – Tange (3,050m, 6 hrs)
Day 13: Tange – Chhuksang (3,000m, 9/10 h)
Day 14: Chhuksang – Muktinath (3,800m, 7h)
Day 15: Muktinath – Jomsom (2,700m, 5h)
Day 16: Flight from Jomosom – Pokhara (8000m, 40 min)
Day 17: By Tourist Bus from Pokhara – Kathmandu (1 310m, 7 h)
Day 18: Transfer to the international Airport return your trip to your home
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