upper Mustang (Lo manthang ) forbidden Kingdom of Nepal

upper Mustang (Lo manthang ) forbidden Kingdom of Nepal


It is the forbidden land of a kingdom, even now in Nepal. Lo-Manthang is located north of the main Himalayan chain Between the snow -Capped mountain on the east and west, bordering Tibet. It forms a relatively wide and leveled ridge towards the north with passes not lower than 4600m. The climate and land is dry and raid making it an amazing high altitude desert. Villages are located in the valley between the altitude of 3300m and 4000m. Along the trekking you come across some very important historical sites such as 800 years old caves while religious carving have recently been discovered en route. Mustang is famous for being an important salt trading post in the trans Himalayan belt, thus it has seen a fair share of Yak caravans and traders in its time. These days this trek becomes famous for the jeep and bike tours due to the motor able access from the Beni all the way to Lo-Manthang. Mostly trekkers beings start from Kagbeni.

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    If you are interested to visit Nepal then with the following steps is possible:

    1. You need a Covid Insurance and a valid passport.
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