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Lo-Manthang, Upper Mustang Trek 17N/18D


 Kali Gandaki river, the district headquarter Jomsom and Kagbeni.

Jampa and Thubchen monastery, the 13th-century royal palace.

Visit high cliffs, caves and monasteries and Buddhist shrines.
Magnificent views of Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna (8091m), Manaslu (8163m) Nilgiri (7061m).

Observe 3 days cultural Tiji Festival.


Known as the forbidden trans-Himalayan kingdom until it was opened for tourism in 1992. It’s a unique isolated geological formation, colorful cliffs, secret caves, ancient Buddhist shrines, barren and deserted landscapes offer to visitors a different trekking experience.

Their culture, language, and customs of the Mustang people are very close to their Tibetan cousins. That’s why it is also known as “The Little Tibet”. Lo-Manthang (3840m) is the capital of Upper Mustang.

On the bank of Kali Gandaki lies Jomsom and Kagbeni which are the home town of entrepreneurial Thakali people, famous for Thakali cuisines and Apple Bandy (Marpha).

Chogo (Marang) la 4230m is the highest elevation point during this trek. From Jomsom to Lo-Manthang, it’s a 154.5 km/96 miles round trip.

During this trek one can admire the magnificent view of Dhaulagiri (8167m), Manaslu (8163m), Annapurna (8091m), and Nilgiri (7061m).

Since it’s a rain shadow of the Himalayas, monsoon (June- August) also can visit as well as autumn (Sept - Nov) and Spring (March-May).



Points forts.

Rivière Kali Gandaki, le siège du district Jomsom et Kagbeni.

Monastère de Jampa et Thubchen, palais royal du XIIIe siècle.

Visitez les hautes falaises, les grottes et les monastères et les sanctuaires bouddhistes.

Magnifique vue sur Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna (8091m), Manaslu (8163m) Nilgiri (7061m).

Observez Le Festival de Tiji 3 jours à Lo-Manthang.


Connu comme le royaume transhimalayen interdit jusqu'à son ouverture au tourisme en 1992. Il s'agit d'une formation géologique isolée unique, des falaises colorées, des grottes secrètes, d'anciens sanctuaires bouddhistes, des paysages arides et déserts offrent aux visiteurs une expérience de trek différente.


Leur culture, leur langue et leurs coutumes du people de Haut Mustang sont très proches de leurs cousins ​​tibétains. C’est pourquoi il est également connu sous le nom de «Petit Tibet». Lo-Manthang (3840m) est la capitale de Haut Mustang..

Sur la rive de Kali Gandaki se trouvent Jomsom et Kagbeni, la ville natale des entrepreneurs Thakali, célèbres pour leurs cuisines Thakali et Cognac pomme (Marpha).

Chogo (Marang) la 4230m est le point d'altitude le plus élevé de ce trek. De Jomsom à Lo-Manthang, c'est un aller-retour de 154,5 km / 96 miles.

 Au cours de ce trek, on peut admirer la vue magnifique sur le Dhaulagiri (8167m), Manaslu (8163m), Annapurna (8091m) et Nilgiri (7061m).

Puisqu'il s'agit d'une ombre pluie de l'Himalaya, la mousson (Juin-Août) peut également se rendre ainsi que l'automne (Septembre-Novembre) et le printemps (Mars-Mai).



Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle.
Transportation Kathmandu-Pokhara-Jomsom- Kathmandu by private vehicle or flight on choice.
Two nights Kathmandu hotel on BB.
Two nights Pokhara hotel on BB.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner, 4 cups of hot drink each day.
Best accommodation lodge or tea house during trek.
Professional experienced English speaking guide licensed by government of Nepal.
Experienced trekking staffs (2 guests = 1 porter) to carry your luggage.
All the permits special permits, ACAP, TIMS, and local taxes.
Emergency rescue arrangements if require.
Insurance of guides, porters.


International airfare to and from Kathmandu and visa fees.
Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Personal expenses phone calls, mineral water, hot shower, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters and gears etc.
Tips and gratitude for guides, porters (Expected but not mandatory, also accepted clothes, shoes, sticks, pen, pencil, copy etc by porters)
In case of emergency of natural or personal evacuation expenses.
Travel insurance compulsory.


The most significant and spectacular TIJI Festival is a 3-day event, which is going to held the next year 2021 on 8, 9 and 10 May. It is performed in the square in front of the Tashi Gephel Palace, within the walled city of Lo Manthang.