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Lower Mustang-Thorong Pass

Lower Mustang-Thorong Pass

$ 1169.79 per person

Lower Mustang has similar landscapes to Tibet. The Thakali traditions and culture are the prime inhabitants of the region.

Known for its famous apples garden, not to forget Marpha( apple brandy), Mustang is blessed with both rusty landscapes and natural resources.

This destination has gradually gained popularity over the years for both foreigners and Nepalese visitors.

Trek around sacred valleys, high peaks alongside the diverse dwellers with the ethnic group, will give a glimpse of the variation that exists.

Alongside the cultural factor, there exists variation between the natural landscapes as well.

Although, you can travel all throughout the year to lower Mustang, the transport accessibility however during monsoon gets a little tricky.

You can fly from Pokhara to Jomsom which only takes about 30 mins. But the unfortunate change in the weather might hinder a few days.

The enticing scenery of the is rugged land is much more feasible to trek through compare to other regions like Dolpo, or Far West.

With abundant low- budget tea houses along the way, you will feel comfortable and well taken care of. The Nepalese hospitality and home-cooked meals will make your trip worthwhile.

One of the extraordinary features of the Annapurna region is the availability of the fossils and precious rocks.

The permit to trek at Lower Mustang is quite nominal in comparison to Upper Mustang for Non-Nepalese. The permit will allow you to travel through as far north as Kagbeni.

An exotic Red House Lodge is one of must visit the place. It is a private monastery, known as Tharwa Chyoling Nunnery. The monastery houses a 5ft tall Buddha’s statues second largest in Mustang.

The place is known to have mystical, and divine power hence visited frequently for blessings.

The Holy site of Muktinath which is a pilgrimage for both Buddhist and Hindus. Located at 3710m; is one of the major attractions in the region.

A sacred fire that naturally emerges from the underground is very fascinating to see.

You can hike towards temple which takes about 3o mins or hire a pony to take to up.

From Jomsom, you can opt for a trip to Marpha village (8,759 ft / 2,670 m). Alongside Kali Gandaki river and vehicle is the pathway to Marpha.

Marpha is surrounded with neatly ordered orchards and water canals. The town is clean and well maintained with ample lodging facilities which are equally spick n span.

Tiri (9,186 ft / 2,800 m) is a remote village on the north side from Kagbeni. It is a half an hour journey from Kagbeni. These roads are stony and bumpy.

On top of the hill lies monastery where you can spot Kali Gandaki gorge, snowcapped Himalayan range, and Upper Mustang. Buddhist Chortens in their distinct colours is scattered around the area.

The Mustang trip is composed of cultural exploration and spiritual enlightenment. This ten days trip is the perfect way to get away from your humdrum life; experience the thrill of the Himalayan range.

 

Duration :12 Days
Tour Type: Private and Group Tour
Maximum Altitude: 2500 Meters
Trek Difficulty: Moderate

    1
    Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to hotel, trek briefing & overnight stay
    2
    Day 2: Drive to Besisahar then jeep to Chame, overnight stay
    3
    Day 3: Trek to Pisang (5-6 hours)
    4
    Day 4: Trek to Manang (6-7 hours)
    5
    Day 5: Acclimatization (one day)
    6
    Day 6: Trek to letdar (5-6 hours)
    7
    Day 7: Trek to Thorang Phedi (5 hours)
    8
    Day 8: Trek to Muktinath via Thorang Pass (8-9 hours)
    9
    Day 9: Trek to Jomsom via Kagbeni (7 hours)
    10
    Day 10: Flight to Pokhara, sightseeing (overnight stay)
    11
    Day 11: Drive to Kathmandu(6hours) and transfer to hotel, relax.
    12
    Day 12: Full day Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing, Overnight.
    13
    Day 13: Drop off to International Airport

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