Upper Mustang Forbidden Kingdom In NepalUpper Mustang Forbidden Kingdom In Nepal

Ask a Nepali - most of the time they hear the phrase "trekking in Nepal", they think of an upper Mustang trek. An upper Mustang trek I what everyone should be going at least once in their lifetime, and there are more than enough reasons to back up the claim.

The Forbidden Kingdom upper Mustang trek is one of the best things that western Nepal has to offer to you. Spectacular view of the high mountain and the hills, amazing mountainous trials and the friendly Gurung culture are the best attractions of this trek. Also don't forget the Muktinath temple, apple orchids and the caves in Mustang. So, there are many religious travellers, traders as well as researchers going to the place each year. Let us say, that Mustang is a travellers paradise, no matter what purpose they have for their journey.

This trek starts from Kathmandu, or even Pokhara, from where you will fly to Jomsom, the capital of Mustang. And that is where your legs start working. From there, initially, you will walk up to Kagbeni and travelling to many places, you will finally reach a maximum altitude of 3810m. The pathway is not so hard, so, if even if you have not gone on a lot of trekking before, you will be just fine.

This trek could last for 14 to 17 days, depending on how much you can walk in a day. Generally, it is about 6 to 8 hours a day, but. It could go up or lower down depending on the circumstances. The best time of the year to travel to Forbidden Kingdom Upper Mustang would be the months from March to May and September to November.
 The Upper Mustang was a demilitarized area until 1992, making it one of the best preserved regions in the world. The majority of the population still speaks traditional Tibetan languages. The Tibetan culture was preserved by the relative isolation of the region from the outside world. 

Price: It is all dependent on what you plan to spend on the trek. On average, an  Upper Mustang Trek will cost you around $1000 To $3000 +

by Ras Bahadur Rai
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Im Ras Bahadur Rai . I was born in 1989 in the district of Solukhumbu Nepal.   i Recommended For upper Mustang trek  Forbiddend Kingdom.
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