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Upper Mustang Trekking 19 Days

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Upper Mustang Trekking is one of Nepal’s last remaining historical trekking regions. The upper Mustang trekking region is also known as the district behind the Himalayas and the cave city of Nepal. Hundreds of cave residences and several massive cave monasteries have been discovered in the Upper Mustang region. The Upper Mustang area is also famed for monasteries older than the Samye Monastery in Tibet, and the region is geographically scenic, surrounded by the Himalayas. Upper Mustang is a not to miss pilgrimage destination among the local Buddhist and Hindu belief and for the neighbouring nations such as Tibet, India and Bhutan.

Introduction
Also known as the Kingdom of Lo, Mustang existed as an independent state as early as the 5th century but was absorbed into Tibet in the 7th century. Later, it achieved independence and became an important centre of the Sakyapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Ame Pal (1380-1450) founded a dynasty that survived until 2016, even if the country integrated into Nepal in the 18th century. The present king, Jigme Palbar Bista, the 25th after Gyalpo Ame Pal, was born in 1930 and lived as the Raja of Mustang (King of Mustang) until 16 December 2016, when he passed away at the age of 86. The Kingship or the Rajya Rajauta (petty states and rulers) got crapped by the Nepal Government in 2018, after declaring Nepal as a republic after the political changes in the country.

The inhabitants of Mustang are culturally Tibetan people, speaking the Tibetan language and following Tibetan Buddhism.

Up until 1992, Mustang was closed except for a few royal guests. The first legal trekkers were allowed in only in March 1992, upon payment of a high royalty, a minimum of $700 for ten days, which is changed now ($500 for a ten-day permit).

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For these reasons, trekking to the Upper Mustang/Lo is a rare privilege. Not many foreigners go there, but those who go there discover a traditional way of life, landscape, architecture and enthralling art.

To the south of Mustang live the Thakalis, who provide a cultural and geographical bridge between Mustang and the middle hill tribes of Gurungs and Magars. A famous place of pilgrimage in this area for both Hindus and Buddhists is Muktinath, also known as Chumig Gyatsa (One Hundred Springs), located 18 km northeast of Jomsom.

If you extend the trek from Jomsom to Beni, you’ll end up back in Gurkha country amidst typical Nepalese scenery. However, the fauna and flora become more prosperous as you descend from alpine to temperate and finally into subtropical forests. The views and the backdrop of the Himalayas are stunning throughout.

If you are Trekking to Mustang in May-June, consider the trip to coincide with the Tiji (Mask Dance) Festival in Lomanthang. The beating of drums and singing fill the air as the ancient thangka (religious painting) of Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche, Tibetan Buddhism’s Lotus-born Saint) is brought from the Palace of Lo Manthang into the square. The people of Lo (Upper Mustang) eagerly await its arrival through clouds of incense, and with great clamour and anticipation, the monks place the thangka on display by rolling it down a massive wall. The Tiji gets commonly celebrated by Lo Tso Dhun (the seven provinces of Upper Mustang).

Trip Highlights

  • Walk on the ancient lifeline route
  • Visit the places visited by very few tourists due to its permit cost.
  • Enjoy walking within picturesque and dramatic landscapes
  • A broken moon land renowned as a photogenic country
  • Walk into weather washed beautiful canyon
  • Explore impressive interwoven ancient villages
  • Visit the innermost ancient villages of Mustang.
  • See and learn on Bon and Buddhism culture
  • Experience the anciently preserved Tibetan culture in its purest form
  • Visit a forbidden walled kingdom of Lo-Manthang
  • Visit the most ancient caves
  • Visit the Muktinath, the site of salvation
  • Experience classical cultural dots and undisturbed natural scenery
  • Admire and enjoy seeing the grandeur of the Himalaya
  • Visit the medieval towns, stupas, temple, and monasteries

Trip Profile

  • The total length of the trip: 19 days from arrival to the day of departure.
  • Number of the night in Kathmandu: 4-nights / visit UNESCO sites.
  • Trek starting point: Jomsom.
  • Trek ending point: Jomsom.
  • A domestic flight in: Pokhara-Jomsom-Pokhara-Kathmandu.
  • Highest elevation achievement: 5,220 metres Jeng-La.
  • Accommodation: The best teahouse lodges in each village.
  • Meals: An open menu to choose by client.
  • Trip grade: Easy to Moderate.
  • Best season to trek: from the first week of May to the mid of November.

Short Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Day 02: In Kathmandu - visit the UNESCO sites.

Day 03: Drive to Pokhara. A 6 hours drive

Day 04: Pokhara to Jomsom 2,750m. (by air) & trek to Kagbeni 2,847m. A 22-minutes flight and 2 hours trek

Day 05: Trek to Chhusang. A 4 hours trek

Day 06: Trek to Samar. A 4 hours trek

Day 07: Trek to Geling 3,500m. & Gami 3,520m. A 6 hours trek

Day 08: Trek to Charang 3,620m. A 4 hours trek

Day 09: Trek to Lo-Manthang 3,810m. A 4 hours trek

Day 10: Visit Lomanthang

Day 11: Trek to Logekar Gonpa and Drakmar 3,820m. A 6 hours trek

Day 12: Trek to Shyangbochen 3,850m. A 5 hours trek

Day 13: Trek to Tetang 3,850m. A 7 hours trek

Day 14: Trek to Ngyu La Pass 4,135m. and Muktinath 3,800m. A 7 hours trek

Day 15: Trek to Lupra, Thini and Jomsom. A 5 hours trek

Day 16: Fly to Pokhara 820m. 22-minutes panoramic flight

Day 17: Guided tour and fly to Kathmandu. A 40 minutes flights and 30 minutes drive.

Day 18: Kathmandu

Day 19: Departure

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Upon your arrival, you get received with a traditional welcome in the airport in Kathmandu. Get picked up and assisted and drive to our hotel. After checking in at the hotel, your circuit guide briefs you about necessary formalities and the upcoming programme. Depending on arrival time, you will have the choice of visiting nearby shrines or resting.

NOTE: If you arrive on the morning flight, we take a late afternoon visit; we visit Boudhanath, one of the world’s largest Buddhist stupa and a site of great veneration. We include this visit on day two if you arrive on the late afternoon or evening flight.
  • Overnight stay in the Hotel.

Day 02: In Kathmandu - visit the UNESCO sites.

The rich tapestry of the Buddhist heritage of Nepal is synthesized in Kathmandu Valley. After breakfast, visit the UNESCO site Soyambhunath stupa on a hillock overlooking Kathmandu valley. Well known as ‘Monkey Temple’ the golden spire crowning, Soyambhunath is the most ancient and vital Buddhist shrine in Kathmandu valley.

After visiting all these places, return to Patan city. Believed to have been founded in the third century B.C. and later expanded in the sixth century, the ancient town of Patan is renowned for its rich Buddhist heritage. Patan was one of the significant Buddhist cities in Asia by the 7th century as Buddhist pilgrims, scholars, and monks from India, Tibet, and China visited the city. In its one period, the entire population of Patan City was comprised only of monks and artisans. We will visit major Buddhist temples of Patan, such as the Golden temple founded in the 12th century, Mahaboudha (Temple of thousand Buddhas) of the 17th century, and other important Buddhist sites.

At around the end of the tour, we also visit the Museum of Patan. Located inside the medieval palace, the Patan Museum is a must for anyone interested in Asian Art, the history of Nepal, curatorial science, or religion. It is a world-class museum that displays the traditional sacred art of Nepal in an illustrious architectural setting. Its home is an old residential part of Patan Darbar, one of the royal palaces of the former Malla Kings of the Kathmandu Valley. Its gilded door and window face one of the most beautiful squares in the world.

The museum also exhibits a long span of Nepal’s cultural history and some rare objects. Their meaning and context within the living traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism are explained in extensive labels. Finalize the trip and drive to the hotel.

In the afternoon, if you did not visit yesterday, visit another UNESCO site of Boudhanath - the vast dome-shaped monument representing the Mind of the Buddha. Boudhanath is the primary pilgrimage destination for Buddhists of the Himalayas and a major draw for Tibetan Buddhists from all over the planet.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the Hotel.

Day 03: Drive to Pokhara. A 6 hours drive

A scenic drive passing through several small towns and farmlands takes you to Lake City Pokhara where eye-opening views of the Himalayas welcome you. Located beneath the Himalayas, the lush natural beauty of Pokhara is a place of "Dream Holiday". The site is famous for its tranquil lakes, natural beauty, and superb scenery. We stop at Pokhara for lunch and walk around the lake. Then we continue a further 30-minutes drive to the Yoga Meditation centre. Get checked into the rooms – dinner and overnight in the hotel.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the Hotel.

Day 04: Pokhara to Jomsom 2,750m. (by air) & trek to Kagbeni 2,847m. A 22-minutes flight and 2 hours trek

Early in the morning, a flight leaves for the region northwest of Pokhara, towards the great chasm between the snow-covered peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. You'll enjoy splendid views of the towering massifs, each more than 8,000 meters and the river below, which has created the deepest gorge on this planet.

Jomsom is the district headquarters of Mustang. On arrival there, you'll meet the rest of the trekking staff (the guide will be with you from Kathmandu) and start the trek to Kagbeni, the main gateway to Upper Mustang, where you'll camp overnight.

Kagbeni has been one of Nepal's important trading centres for centuries. The village was formed around the 14th century as a check post for traders between Nepal and Tibet, and there is still a checkpoint to control all groups departing toward Muktinath and Mustang. In addition, there is a monastery, a police check post and an ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) office in this village, which is well worth visiting.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 05: Trek to Chhusang. A 4 hours trek

The trail leads up north over several ridges toward the east bank of the Kali Gandaki River and Tangbe village. The town is a labyrinth of narrow alleys amongst white-washed houses, fields of buckwheat, barley and wheat, and apple orchards. Nilgiri peak, dominating Kagbeni's southern skyline, can be enjoyed in its different shapes. From here it is another one and a half hours to reach Chhusang.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 06: Trek to Samar. A 4 hours trek

We cross the river and continue north up to a huge red boulder of conglomerate that has fallen from the cliff above, forming a tunnel through which the Kali Gandaki flows. The trek now leaves the Kali Gandaki Valley and climbs steeply up a rocky gully to Chaile, which marks the cultural divide between the Manangis and the Tibetans of Lo.

The climb continues over steep, treeless, dry terrain, along the side of a spectacular canyon to a pass and cairn of rock at 3,540m. Then the trail makes a gradual descent to some chortens on a ridge and further along a pleasant stretch to Samar village, where we will camp and visit its villages and chortens. The Annapurna, still dominated by Nilgiri, is visible far to the south.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 07: Trek to Geling 3,500m. & Gami 3,520m. A 6 hours trek

We climb above Samar to a ridge and then descend into a large gorge, where the trail emerges out into a broad field, crosses a stream and climbs up to a ridge at 3,800m. Next, the route goes over yet another pass, follows a ridge and then descends to Shyangmochen. Next, we gently climb to a pass at 3,770m and descend to Gelling village. From Geling, the trail climbs gently up to an exciting pass, Nyi La, and then descends beneath blue, grey, and red cliffs at Gami.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 08: Trek to Charang 3,620m. A 4 hours trek

After crossing a steel bridge over the Tagmar Chu (river), we arrive at a Mani wall, perhaps the longest and most spectacular such wall in Nepal. Then, after negotiating another pass, at 3,600m, the route makes a gentle descent to Charang village. A huge five-story white dzong and red Gonpa are the main attractions, featuring statues and thangkas (many of them large paintings of seated Buddhas).
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 09: Trek to Lo-Manthang 3,810m. A 4 hours trek

From Charang, we will descend for about 25 minutes and cross the bridge and continue with a gentle climb. While on the trek, we'll view some ancient stupas and the monasteries of Charnag and its valley.

Finally, there is a view from a hill ridge of the walled city of Lo, Nambyal, and Chhosar villages. After a short descent, we cross a stream and then climb up onto the plateau of Lo Manthang.

Up to the end of the 18th century, Mustang (Tibetan sMon-thang) was the main town of a provincial district known as Lo, which extended down the valley of the Kali Gandaki River as far south as Kagbeni.

Lo was a dependency of Nga-Ri (Western Tibet), which in the 10th and 11th centuries consisted of three kingdoms (in the north-west corner of present-day Nepal).

There was a chain of strongholds (all now in ruins) the whole length of the Kali Gandaki Valley from Kagbeni to Mustang. The lords of these castles seem to have ruled as absolute masters, each in his small domain. At the end of the 18th century, the Gurkhas took control of the whole Kali Gandaki Valley.

Though Tibetan in culture and language, Lo supported Nepal in its war with Tibet in 1860, thus affirming its right to its ancient feudal system of rajas and serfs. Serfdom got abolished in 1956. The title "Raja of Mustang" was borne until 28 May 2008. Finally, on 28 May 2008, the kingdom was officially abolished by the 1st Constituent Assembly, and the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal was declared. The sub-national monarchies in Mustang, Bajhang, Salyan, and Jajarkot got also abolished in October 2008.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 10: Visit Lomanthang

Chhoser is an exciting cave town where you can see all its neighbouring villages, where they recently discovered ancient wall paintings. On the way to Chhoser we visit the villages of Nyaphu and the Nyaphu monastery on the cliff, Gharphu and Nedar, and also the Thubten Monastery. The villages in such an isolated landscape are incredible and the monasteries, erected inside caves, dating from before the thirteenth century are incredible. The main building of the Thubten Monastery, located under a cliff, rests on an interior wall, while the prayer rooms are located far inside the cave. End the excursion and return to Lo Manthang.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 11: Trek to Logekar Gonpa and Drakmar 3,820m. A 6 hours trek

We leave the mud-city of the forbidden Kingdome and trek back toward the Gami via Logekar Monastery. The trail climbs steadily up to a small hill ridge, from where we can view the Lo Gekar Monastery, Charang, and Mornag villages. Then the trail continuously descends until Lo Gekar (Ghar Gompa). We visit the Lo Gekar gonpa, which is older than the Samye gonpa in Tibet, and one of the oldest gonpas of Nepal.

Finalize the visit and our lunch at Logekar Monastery. After lunch, we'll continue our trek with a steady climb up to a small pass. After this pass, we descend about 500 meters with a view of Dagmar village, one of the most interesting villages with ancient caves on its red sand cliff.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 12: Trek to Shyangbochen 3,850m. A 5 hours trek

The trek will bring us to Gami in a one-and-a-half-hour walk. The trail requires only some minor descending and climbing to reach Gami. From Gami, we retrace the route, which we walk while climbing up.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 13: Trek to Tetang 3,850m. A 7 hours trek

In the morning, we visit a cave below the Shyangmochen village. This is the cave of the Self-Emanating Buddha (Rangjyung cave), a not to miss place.

We then retrace the trail to Samar and continue, mostly downhill, to Chhuksang village, where we will cross the River Kaligandaki and continue with minor climbing to the village of Tetang. The trail provides some fine views of wind-carved hills and the village of Tetang. Tetang village is formed between 2 hills; they should have found it safe to avoid the strong wind that hits the entire Kaligandaki valley. Tetang is the upper village of the Chuksang, which we visit on the first day entering Mustang from Kagbeni. From Tetang village, it takes one day to go to Jomsom and a day to arrive at Muktinath.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 14: Trek to Ngyu La Pass 4,135m. and Muktinath 3,800m. A 7 hours trek

From Tetang village, the trail climbs to the Ngyu Pass, which takes around 3:30 hours. The entire route provides a fine panorama of the Himalayan range and green Valley with many Himalayan flowers (Aug-Sept). From Ngyu Pass, you can see the whole Muktinath area within a distance of a 2-hour gentle walk.

We arrive in Muktinath, tired but with a sense of accomplishment. The name Muktinath (God of salvation) is the name of a Hindu god. Muktinath is a holy place for all the devotees. Every year, thousands of devotees from Nepal, India, and Tibet visit this place for the salvation and purification of their beliefs. History tells that many Kings of Asia visited the site for meditation and salvation. Muktinath is decorated with Mt. Nilgiri and Mt. Tilicho to the southeast, Dhaulagiri to the southwest, Thorang peak, and Yakkawa Kang to the north. It is one of the most important religious centres of Buddhists and Hindus.

Muktinath – (known as Chhumig Gyatsa in Buddhism) is situated above 18-km northeast of Jomsom and altitude above 3800 meters above sea level. The local name for Muktinath is Chhumig Gyatsa (a hundred waters spring). Both Hindus and Buddhists have visited Muktinath for hundreds of years, and this place reflects a unique blend of Hinduism and Buddhism.

The Muktinath temple was constructed in 1815 AD by Queen Subarna Prabha, the wife of Rana Bahadur Shaha, King of Nepal, after she had a dream. This temple is built in a Tibetan pagoda style and contains a huge brass idol of Lord Vishnu – or Chenrezig, as Buddhists call him. Not only are these deities present here, but four basic elements – water, fire, earth and air – are also covered at Muktinath. Nearby is another temple where water gushes out of a rock, and this water is considered even more holy. There is also a Buddhist Gompa in the eastern corner of Muktinath dedicated to "Jwala Mai" (goddess of fire) – also known as the "Salamebar Dolamebar Gompa". In this place, shielded by curtains, are the outlets for the eternal burning flames. Some Hindus believe the flame to be Agni – the fire god.

There are another two temples nearby. They are the Shiva – Parvati temple and a Narshingha Gompa, where rituals are performed according to Buddhists and Hindu customs. The two religions coexist in a two-story structure; the lower storey is the Gompa, while the upper level is the temple. At the back of the temple, one can also find 108 waterspouts (Chhumig Gyatsa), fashioned in the shape of boars' heads, one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. The water from the spouts is considered holy water, which is believed to wash away negative deeds or Karma, the result of one's past negative actions. This water is channelled from a stream running above the temple.

For Hindus, besides the Holy water, the importance of the Muktinath is in the belief that the incarnation of Lord Vishnu is in the form of Saligrams. Saligram is found in the water of Kaligandaki River, just an hour's walk from Muktinath. The traditional caretakers of Muktinath are Tibetan Buddhist nuns.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 15: Trek to Lupra, Thini and Jomsom. A 5 hours trek

Today is the last day of the trek. The trail goes through the village of Dzarkot, where one can visit the Dzarkot monastery, Tibetan herbal medical centre and the old fortress of Dzarkot, which once served as a palace. We then trek to Lupra Gonpa with some of the finest views of Dhaulagiri, Tukche, Nilgiri and Tilicho mountain and the Kaligandaki valley. Lupra is a small but beautiful and authentic village visited by very few people. There we probably pay a visit to its monastery. The next village on the trail is Thini, opposite the Jomsom airport. We then shortly descend to the Kaligandaki river to cross the bridge to Jomsom. After seeing extraordinary human effort in this corner of the World with isolation and solitude, we arrive at Jomsom, where we get a round trip of our trekking into the Upper Mustang!

In Jomsom, we spend our last night in the Kaligandaki Valley. This evening is the occasion to enjoy a farewell party with your Sherpa friends who have accompanied you. They depart separately on a 24 hours bus ride to Kathmandu.
  • Full board.
  • Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.

Day 16: Fly to Pokhara 820m. 22-minutes panoramic flight

After breakfast, board a small aircraft (Twin Otter / Dornier or similar types). The flight offers fantastic views of the Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri and Annapurna mountains on both sides of the flight route.

An incredible mountain scenery lasts till it touches the beautiful Pokhara city airport. Once we get out of the plane, the panorama to the northeast of Pokhara, filled with high mountain rows, greets us back. Transfer to Pokhara Lakeside and get distributed into rooms. The rest of the day is free for rest and refreshment. In the evening, we will stroll around the lake of Pokhara while choosing one of its best restaurants for a hearty dinner.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the Hotel.

Day 17: Guided tour and fly to Kathmandu. A 40 minutes flights and 30 minutes drive.

Early in the morning, a short excursion to the Sarangkot viewpoint to enjoy sunrise views and the incredible mountain panorama. Return to your hotel and have breakfast.

After breakfast, visit the International Mountain Museum in Pokhara, where we will see and understand the history of the mountain and mountaineering on the highest peaks in the world. We will understand the importance of the Nepal Himalayas and the benefits given by the Himalayas to billions of people and their natural habitat, where we will also learn a bit about the different ethnicities of Nepal.

After lunch, a short drive to Pokhara airport to board our domestic flight to Kathmandu, a beautiful 40 minutes' take you back to Kathmandu. We are back in the colourful city of Kathmandu. Arrive at your hotel and get checked into your rooms – dinner and overnight.
  • Breakfast.
  • Overnight stay in the Hotel.

Day 18: Kathmandu

A free day or optionally take a guided city tour. The trip is over. In the evening, we enjoy farewell dinner in one of the best local restaurants in Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.

Day 19: Departure

Have breakfast and have some relaxing free time for yourself. Our office representative and vehicle will arrive at your hotel to escort you to the airport at the indicated time. Drive to Kathmandu international airport (TIA); see off formalities, you will go through the immigration and departure.
  • Breakfast.

What is included

  • Airport pick-up and departure services as per itinerary
  • 4-nights of hotel accommodation at Kathmandu on twin sharing basis, breakfast included
  • 1 guide in the group and one porter, between every two members, for entire trekking period.
  • Insurance and all expenses of local staff.
  • A Trekking Map in the group
  • A good sleeping bag for each member (If one require)
  • A pair of a trekking pole for each member (if required)
  • A trekking duffel bag for each member (if required)
  • A medial kit box for first aid medical purpose.
  • Kathmandu to Pokhara transportation in a comfortable private vehicle
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit and TIMS permit
  • Special trekking permit for Upper Mustang
  • Trek with all meals and accommodations in teahouse lodges
  • Airfare Pokhara to Jomsom and Jomsom to Pokhara (tax and airport transfer included)
  • Guided tour of Sarangkot and International Mountain Museum in Pokhara with transport and monument entry fee
  • 2-night hotel accommodation in Pokhara on twin sharing basis, breakfast included
  • Airfare Pokhara/Kathmandu (tax and airport transfer included)
  • A satellite mobile phone for communication in an emergency

What is not included

  • Travel insurance (Should include helicopter evacuation and cancellation eventualities as well) International air tickets
  • Nepal entry visa and visa fee (One can apply on arrival to Kathmandu airport)
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Alcoholic and bottled beverages during the trek.
  • Other charges such as usage of internet, telephone, laundry services.
  • Tips for Nepali staff/porters and those not mentioned in the above price includes section.

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