Upper Mustang trek is an uncommon privilege where you will encounter the lifestyle of genuine mountain individuals, who were very little in contact with all of Nepal for a very long time. From numerous points of view, a trek to Upper Mustang is like trekking in Tibet. Upper Mustang closely tied to Tibet in culture, language, and geography. There is a Buddhist kingdom in upper mustang called Lo. Lo used to be part of the Tibetan empire, therefore, they are exactly close to the Tibetian culture and villages also built in Tibetan style (white washed houses). Mustang lies in the rain shadow of the Dhaulagiri and its land surrounded by rocks.
The Upper Mustang Trekking initiates from Beni (5/6 hour drive from Pokhara). From Beni, we follow the Kali Gandaki River upstream to Kaagbeni. it's quite hard to find stores above Kaagbeni so, trekkers need to be completely independent. The rough leave landscape of Upper Mustang is complimented by sprinkles of green vegetation. The course, for the most part, takes after the Kali Gandaki valley and at times moves high over the valley dividers. Lo Manthang, the old capital, can be reached within four days and no less than one additional day ought to be spent here to get the sights and sound of this interesting walled settlement. Horses are accessible for you to quench your thirst for entertainment. The rerouting trail can either take a similar course while entering or, as an option course; the eastern bank of the Kali Gandaki might be taken after.
monsoon months (June-August) is the best season for a trek to Mustang. Upper Mustang is restricted till 1992 and it was forbidden for the foreigner. Nowadays it's totally different. They welcome the foreigner and they charged US$ 500 which is valid for 10 days(arranged by trekking agency).
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