Upper Mustang Trek offers an astonishing and sensational Trek in beyond the Trans-Himalaya Mountain Region...
Upper Mustang Trek offers an astonishing and sensational Trek in beyond the Trans-Himalaya Mountain Region of Nepal. Our 17 days treks start from Kathmandu with an amazing city tour. The next day will go to Pokhara, It will take approximately 7 to 8 hours.we will follow typical Nepali habitats and some beautiful rivers all well.
Next Morning We fly to Jomsom Through Big giants Himalayas and green mountains with a mesmerizing view. We will start our trek from Kagbeni, there is we have to show our Upper Mustang Trekking Permit. Then we go to follow the Kaligandaki River(Black River) which is famous for fossils.
It wasn’t until 1990 foreigners were permitted to enter that’s why this place well known as the last forbidden kingdom around the world. Normally people are wondering about how much does it cost for upper mustang permit? It cost USD $ 500 each per person for 10 days, not night and USD$ 50 for extra per day. And permit will be value for Kagbeni to Kagbeni only. If you want to do more trek in Annapurna Conservation Area you need to pay USD $ 20 extra, there are no limit days for ACAP permits.
The main highlights Around Upper Mustang are the Singularity of trees-less landscape, rocky mountains and trails, caves, Monastery, And View of Neilgiri, Annapurna, Tukhuche Peak Dhaulagiri and many more others.
Tiji Festival in Upper Mustang
This Festival always celebrated in the month of may every year, regarding victory over evil. Tiji Festival starts with Deity’s name Dorje Jono. He fought with his own father to save Kingdom Upper Mustang. Although The demon Destroyed water supply and which affects grown foods, drinking water and livestock also was in trouble. At that moment people got sick and starving as well. Finally, Dorje Jono Victory over his evil father and brings happiness in the Mustang Kingdom. Then People started to celebrate, with beautiful colorful dancing. All of the kingdoms gather for 3 days during the festival for enjoying, wearing traditional dress and eat varieties of food.