The Upper Mustang trekking unveils the hidden world of Mustang – the legendry Buddhist Kingdom. This is an exotic venture to unspoiled Tibetan Villages on the other side of the Nepalese Himalaya bordering Tibet. Situated to the northwest of the Annapurnas on the Tibetan Plateau, Upper Mustang is an ancient town that tenders the history of ancient Himalayan Buddhist Culture.
The region remained restricted to the tourist until 1991, an still requires a special permit for the visit. The whitewashed settlements, surrounded by fields of barley, filled with several impressive small monasteries and colorful prayer flags, reflect the abiding Buddhist culture of the village.
The trek into the upper Mustang is an exotic adventure. The Upper Mustang Trek trail traverses traditional Tibetan villages with rare ancient Buddhist arts, the exotic culture and the exclusive beauty of the Himalayan desert.
The trail follows the ancient salt trading route to the capital of Upper Mustang, Lo Mangtang. Lo Mangtang is an ancient town surrounded by a huge town wall. . The centuries old monasteries in the Lo Manthan helps to explore the spirituality of the Tibetan Buddhist.
Fierce winds and a mystically barren landscape await those who attempt to reach Mustang but the rewards are immense!