Mustang Trek was opened in 1992 for foreigners and still very few people visiting this area and yet many things to be explored in this region. The hidden paradise of Mustang is marvelous tour that visitors experience ever best holiday trip in their life. Trek to Mustang let you close to heavenly glorious Trans-Himalaya views, ancient Tibetan Buddhist shrines such as century’s old monasteries and stupas, Chhortens, Kaanis, Prayers walls etc. There are a lot of places in Nepal permitted for trekking and amongst them Mustang is one of the most mysterious and least known kingdom of Nepal and it is amongst the very few places left one can experience unspoiled Tibetan culture. Being isolated and forbidden from the rest of the world for decades Mustang has able to evolve out its own distinct, unique and rich culture and tradition.
The upper Mustang is located north to the Annapurna and other Himalayan chain between the snow-capped mountains flattening from east to west on the north part of the country at an average altitude of 4000m which is geographically and culturally a part of the Tibetan plateau. The valley is arid and dry with colorful rock formations containing many cave dwellings high up in the cliffs. The trek of Mustang passes through an almost treeless barren landscape, continuous strong winds blow during the mid-day and normally subsiding at night. Being the rain shadow of the chaining Himalayas, Mustang has the less rain fall apart of the other region of the country. The caravans of Himalayas that can be seen while in this trek are: Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna I (8091m) and more than 35 mountains over 6000m high besides these you can have lifetime experience