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Overview

Starting from

Pokhara / Jomsom

Ending at

Jomsom / Pokhara.

Grade

Moderate to Strenuous.

Highest access of the trek

Lo - Manthang (3800 m)

Culture

Mixed culture and purely Tibetan cultural

Mode of trekking tour

Camping treks only but this is special permitted trekking route.

Himalayan sights

All western Himalayan ranges of Nepal.

Splendid breathtaking place

Tibetan life style in refugee camps and the mystic Landscape.etc.

Mustang trek is restricted trekking trail in Nepal which lies in the northern central part of Nepal and at the top of the Kaligandaki River. Mustang region has been described as “desert in the mountain”. Mustang region trek is a very rewarding one for those who want to experience the hospitality of the people living in this region. Mustang is a remote, semi-independent Tibetan kingdom within the territory of Nepal just north of the Annapurna Region on the Tibetan border, and one of the last bastions of undisturbed Tibetan culture in the world. Trekking in mustang is an adventure in wonderland. Astonishing altitude variations and ecological diversity make this area overflow with natural beauty. During mustang treks you feel experience the true life of the real mountain people in Nepal. In many ways, trekking into the Upper Mustang Area is similar to trekking in to Tibet, which geographically it is a part of. The trek takes you 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.

Upper mustang trekking has been open for trekkers /travelers after 1991. only limited trekkers can make trekking in relevant areas and special trekking permit required which you can obtain from legal government registered Nepal trekking agencies. Since open the mustang treks trail , Himalaya Journey Treks and expedition arrange the numerous trekkers /visitors in this areas. Mustang trekking begins from two different routes pokhara by private vehicle to Phedi or Nayapul or pokhara direct flight to jomsom and return way by flight , by overland or trek to Annapurna loop to ghorepani poon hill. We Himalaya Journey Treks & Expedition arrange the mustang trek according to trekkers holiday schedule and wish with lifetime unforgettable experience.

Itinerary

Trip Cost Inclusion

  • Guide (English speaking)
  • Cook (if camping trek)
  • Kitchen helpers (if camping trek)
  • Accommodation and foods in Tents camping or Lodge (service- B, L, & D with tea/coffee)
  • Assistant guides (if required)
  • Necessary Porters
  • Required area’s restricted/normal trekking permits
  • Two men tent for members, Guide/Sherpa tent, Kitchen tent/ Dinning & toilet tent (if camping trek)
  • Domestic Airfares for round trip (if required)
  • Guide’s airfares
  • Ground transportation during the trekking in jeep/bus/van/car as per itinerary
  • Cook, Sherpa, kitchen staffs and porter’s accommodation, foods, transportation, and day-wages as per itinerary
  • Whole staffs and porters accidental covering insurances
  • Company Duffel bag (after trekking need to return to the company)
  • Company T-shirt as a souvenir
  • First-Aid kit box for all involved in the trip

Trip Cost Exclusion

  • Kathmandu stays accommodation and foods
  • Nepal Visa & visa extension fees
  • Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, flight delays and changes in Government regulation, etc.
  • Personal trekking/climbing equipment
  • Tel/internet
  • Helicopter Rescue (if needed) and hospitalization fees
  • Personal insurance
  • Bar bills like coke, mineral water & any Alcohol items…
  • Tips to staffs
  • Any extra staffs/porters than specified and expenses which is not included as per itinerary

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