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Do you know the Upper Mustang Trek is the most remote and challenging trek that leads trekkers to the semi-independent another kingdom of Nepal. This kingdom is also known as Tibetan semi-independent kingdom that they say become independent in 1380B.S. The far mountain district of Nepal North side of Annapurna located to Tibet Border.  Upper Mustang is situated in an average altitude of 4,000m. Lo-Manthang is the capital of Mustang district and where the king is living. Upper Mustang remains shadow of desert and you can trek even in the month of July, August and September which are the most raining seasons in Nepal. Thousands of colorful rock, house built in caves and many different groups of people are living in this valley.

The first trekker has been entry in Upper mustang was in 1992. Since then hundreds of thousands of visitors visit every year and explore the amazing upper mustangs place and people.

How to Trek Upper Mustang:

1st day: Fly to Jomsom from Pokhara and Trek to Kagbeni (2,800m).

2nd day: Kagbeni to Chhuksang (2,980m).

3rd day: Chhuksang to Samar (3,660m)

4th day: Samar to Gheling (3,570m)

5th day: Gheling to Dhakmar (3,786m)

6th day: Dhakmar to Lo-Manthang (3,809m)

7th day: Sightseeing around Lo-Manthang.

8th day: Lo-Manthang to Chhosser caves and return back to Lo-Manthang.

9th day: Lo-Manthang to Ghaami (3,490m).

10th day: Ghaami to Chhuksang (2,900m).

11th day: Chhuksang to Muktinath (3,795m).

12th day: Visit Muktinath Tample and trek to Jomsom (2,743m)

13th day: Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara.

This above are the most recommended Trekking routs in Nepal from KTE. There are many other destinations that we can help you to give information and organize as well. Ask us or mail us for the more detail information.

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