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Trail to forbidden Kingdom 11Days

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Mustang is a Nepali village bordering with Tibet in a remote corner behind the main Himalaya range. Mustang is a preserved, special area where only a limited number of trekkers are allowed to trek each year. Mustang was forbidden for foreigners until 1992.

It is perhaps the only place where Tibetan culture is flourishing even today in a completely undisturbed state. Mustang has always remained as a remote, mysterious and unusual land even for the Nepalese.

Mustang is geographically an extension of Tibetan plateau. It is a windy, high and arid valley characterized by eroded canyons and colorful stratified rock formations. People grow only potatoes, barley and buckwheat. People subsist on livestock and trading. The people of Mustang are believed to be descendants of Tibetans, they practice Sakyapa school of Tibetan Buddhism.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, overnight in hotel.
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley overnight in a hotel.
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara (5/6hrs drive/ 30 min fly) overnight in a hotel.
Day 04: Morning fly to Jomsom and trek to Muktinath, 6hrs, 3760m, overnight in lodge.
Day 05: Trek to Marpha, 6/7hrs, 2600m, overnight in lodge.
Day 06: Trek to Kalopani, 6hrs, 2100m, overnight in lodge.
Day 07: Trek to Tatopani ( hot spring ), 1140m, 6hrs, overnight in lodge.
Day 08: Trek to beni and drive to pokhara, 5/6hrs, overnight in hotel.
Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu, overnight in a hotel.
Day 10: Sightseeing of bhaktpur/patan and shopping, overnight in a hotel.
Day 11: Transfer to international airport in Kathmandu.


  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, non-veg dinner) while on trek.
  • Accommodation at guesthouse/ lodge on the trek.
  • All Transportation.


  • Any other services, activities, meals, liquor & whatever not mentioned in inclusion
  • Any flight Ticket, Personal Travel Insurance, Telephone Call.
  • Mineral Water extra bottle, Laundry Service, Bottled drinks, Meals, your personal expenses.
  • Tips for guide & driver, Insurance for any loss & damage.
  • Tour Guide, Medical.
  • Travel insurance
  • Air condition on Vehicle, Any other expenses
  • Meals, Snacks & other personal expenses on the way.

What we provide?

  • Professional Guide.

What to bring?

  • Comfortable Sport Shoes and slippers
  • Camera, (If you have, if not never mind, we have one)
  • Sun glass, Sun Cream, Sunhat, Slipper.
  • Medicine (If you are under any medication) , first aid is available from us
  • Please bring some snacks, chocolates (if you like)

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  • After 24 hours 50% refund
  • After arrival of the customer at the service site 0% refund i.e. non refundable.if the booked ticket is cancelled due to any of the reasons of the company, such ticket shall be postponed to next hike or shall returned the entire amount to booking agent.

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