Upper Mustang is hidden world of the ancient Buddhist kingdom with enriched barren ridges, deep canyons,snow capped mountains, eroded cliffs and Moraine valleys.Due to the late 80’s military unrest this place remain closed for foreign trekker till 1992. It is also known as ‘Mini Tibet of Nepal’ with, well preserved tibetan culture and origin. Tucked and hidden from the outside world, and therefore, this place is not very known to many tourists and very much less travelled helps it to preserve beauty and culture of this unspoiled nature.
To those who admire the uniqueness and who love to explore the unknown by not being trapped in the touristic place in Nepal, this hidden world is definitely a place you would like to get into and experience, not just the unique mountain desert , but also the incredibly satisfying hospitality for those who want to experience warmth of local living in this remote region as the local government has imposed very strict policies, and expensive fees to limit the entry into this secret kingdom in Nepal. Even though the entry is limited its not impossible to trek in this area ,it requires at least 12-15 trekking days. By being one of the most expensive trek in Nepal due to its permit fee, we can assure you that your every penny spent is worth it.Hopefully this short introductory paragraph is powerful enough to convince you how Upper Mustang will look like. If you have any questions and queries, please do not hesitate to post a comment or you can directly contact us via email.
Price: USD 1,800
The trip was really awesome. Everything was well planned and organized. I loved the way my friend Nimesh did the job. Thanks for it. Cheers…
Andrea De Baat
I did a 3 day hike and had a fantastic time! Nimesh took care of everything and was able to arrange last minute permits for my trip. All was organized perfectly and I had a very good guide that adapted to my walking speed, explained me about the plants and animals and answered all my questions about the Nepalese culture. I can definitely recommend TapoBhumi!
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