About Mustang Region Trekking
Mustang, the former Himalayan kingdom, only opened for trekking in 1991. Upper mustang trekking is considered to be the last bastion of Tibetan culture. If you are wishing to see the fully local culture, barren landscape with gray and yellow rolling hills eroded by the wind, similar to the Tibetan Plateau, Mustang is an excellent destination.
Upper Mustang is also known as the forbidden Himalayan kingdom of Nepal. This is in common usage, the name Mustang refers to the arid Tibet-like region at the northern end of the Kali Gandaki River. Officially, Mustang is the name of the district along the Kali Gandaki from the Tibetan border south to Ghasa. The capital of the Mustang district is Jomsom; the region of Tibetan influence north of Kagbeni is generally referred to as the upper Mustang.
Mustang is a very high-profile valley surrounded by attractive rocks and landscapes. Generally, it is popular as its own divine and cultural lifestyle of its inhabitants call lama community and Buddhist religious people. Even in the Mustang, we can see the king and his beautiful kingdom. During the trek, we can fully enjoy with stunning landscape and the amazing lifestyle of local inhabitants.