The Mustang Region: A Hidden Paradise in the Himalayas.
Mustang region is divided into two significant parts and referred to Upper and Lower Mustang. The upper Mustang situated in the rain shadow area whereas less raining in the summer. Geographically, it expands up to Tibet border. The northern part of the Kagbeni the region like Tibetan plateau is usually referring as Upper Mustang. Mustang was independent kingdom even though intimately attached to Tibet in the 14th century.
A trek into the Mustang region through the barren lunar landscape of the forbidden kingdom of Mustang. But the trek extends more wilderness camping experience to Damodar Saribung Traverse since it connects Isolated Naar and Phu Valley. It represents а proper recognition to the classic treks offered in Nepal. The barren landscape of the Tibetan plateau delivered up а fascinating mixture of primitive culture. Also, spiritual purity unmatched elsewhere in the Himalayas. Besides, Mustang is the fundamental nature of the Himalayan experience, extraordinary geographical arrangements in the universe.
Mustang is the world’s top 10th destination for trekking according to the survey of Travel Guide Lonely Planet in 2012. The unique geographical arrangement, ancient Buddhist shrines, and monasteries remain yet alive to protect of this beautiful Trans-Himalayan Kingdom. Upper Mustang Trek opened for group trekking since 1992.