Mustang – The Hidden Kingdom
This is, arguably, the most popular and fascinating trekking in Nepal . Mustang opened to trekkers only in 1992. The ancient kingdom is located in the very north of Nepal , close to the Tibetan border, amidst Himalayan snow peaks. A vast expanse of rock, wilderness of huge proportions, the region formerly belonged to Tibet and the area remains are strongly influenced by Tibetan culture. Mustang offers a truly exceptional opportunity to explore an area rich in ancient tradition and mythology. Mustang is one of the oldest kingdoms in the Himalayas and its capital, Lo Manthang, has been a major trading site for many centuries. Experience one of the last ancient places of Tibetan Buddhist culture – the culture of the Lopas, who still practice ancient daemon rituals.
The trek to Lo Manthang has many different attractions. The route is startling, through almost treeless barren landscape with steep rocky trails up and down inclines. The countryside is very similar ...........
Mustang Kingdom; departure any time! Detailed itinerray click here
departure from; March - October Anytime you like
Group size: Minimum 2 - Maximum 14 PAX
Duration: 16 days
Tea House Treks are designed for people who want to leave the effort of making arrangements to others. We plan to see the most important sights along the way. It meets a full full guided care and gives you the time you need to experience and enjoy your journey. Throughout the tour, you will be taken care of by professionals: English speaking sherpas and porters.
Price: Trek € 890 plus fligth &permits 670$
Included: Drive from Kathmandu to Beni and from Pokhara to Kathmandu; flight from Jomsom to Pokhara (luggage max. 12 kg); all permits (national park and Mustang); sherpa guide and porters for your luggage; accommodation in lodges, in Pokhara in the hotel (double rooms), Dirve back to Kathmnadu. Detailed itinerray click here
Excluded: Airport tax at departure from Kathmandu; visa for Nepal; horse and horse driver for personal ride; meals & drinks airport transfer and hotel in Kathmandu; personal expenses; insurances; tips.
Itinerary – Short