Walks in the Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang
Price does not include international flights.
Join us on this adventurous journey to the hidden kingdom of Mustang, the land of Lo that preserves the ancient Tibetan culture and traditions. This is a rare opportunity to explore a remote and mystical region that lies on the edge of the Tibetan plateau, surrounded by the majestic Himalayan mountains. This 10 day trek is suitable for anyone with a moderate level of fitness and a sense of curiosity. You will stay in simple mountain lodges and experience the hospitality and warmth of the local people.
The journey begins with two nights in Kathmandu and one in Pokhara, where you can enjoy the cultural and natural attractions of these cities. Then you will fly to Jomsom, a scenic flight that offers stunning views of the Annapurna range. From Jomsom, you will enter Mustang through the Kali Gandaki gorge, one of the deepest in the world. You will trek across diverse and spectacular landscapes, such as open valleys, deep ravines, desert canyons, grasslands and white-walled villages. You will also see ancient cave dwellings and monasteries that house precious art treasures and relics. The highlight of the trek is Lo Manthang, the capital of Mustang and a living museum of Tibetan history and culture. Here you will witness the centuries-old beliefs and rituals that shape the lives of the people. You will also enjoy breathtaking dawns and sunsets over the endless sea of mountains and feel the magic and mystery of this timeless land.
- Enter Mustang on a walk through the Kali Gandaki river - one of the world's deepest gorges
- Mustang's capital, Lo Monthang is a repository of art treasures
- Visits to projects and people well known to Professor Ramble