- Visit the аnсіеnt Kіngdоm оf Lо Mаnthаng
- Trеk thrоugh a ѕtаrk dеѕеrt landscape with ѕріrеѕ аnd cliffs
- Lуіng іn thе rаіn shadow, a grеаt trеk to escape thе ѕummеr monsoon
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Pеrmіtѕ & Rеgulаtіоnѕ
Day 1 – Arrival in Kathmandu 1,300m
You can come to the airport and get picked up by a representative of the company. They are going to make sure that you have been given the help that you need, and they can take you to the hotel when you are ready. You will stay overnight so that you can get used to the altitude, and then you will set off the next day.
Day 2 – Sightseeing In Kathmandu
You can get ready for your trip and sightsee all over the city. This can be a fun time for you because it can give you a lot of help when you are trying to prepare for your tip. You could pretty easily get this done, and then you will be able to have more fun on the trip because you saw the kind of culture that exists in the city. You will be so much happier because of this, and you will be pretty sure that you can get the things that you will need before you go.
Day 3 – Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara 827m
You take a six or seven-hour drive when you go up to Pokhara, and then you will be pretty sure that you have figured out what you will do to be sure that you can figure out what will be the best thing for you. You have to remember that you have made some choices to be sure that they can get the things that they really want to see. You will have a lot of things that you can do so that you can have more fun. This means that you see it all, and you will feel like you are seeing more than you would have otherwise.
Day 4 – Fly to Jomsom 2,700m and trek to Kagbeni 2,810m
You take a flight through a gorge to Jomsom, and that is how you will get up to the elevation that you need so that you can be able to get your trek to keep going. You will start to have the best time because you can be sure that you have thought of thing to do when you land.
Day 5 – Kagbeni to Chele (3,050m/10,004ft): 5-6 hours
There is where you get your permits and get ready. You have to do this in this place because it is going to be the one time where you have to stop and rest. You will get going today, but it will not be a long trek. You just have to be ready for some long days ahead.
Day 6 – Chele to Syanbochen 3,475m
This is a long day of hiking that is going to send you up to a gorgeous village that you will notice has not been touched for a long time. You also have to be sure that you have planned out how you will get something out of this place when you get there because you have to get those pictures that you anted over this 6 or 7-hour trek up to this gorgeous village.
Day 7 – Syanbochen to Ghami 3,520m
You will take this 6 or 7-hour hike up even higher, and you will stay overnight in this nice little village that is going to make you want to stay forever. You will need your rest because you are going to be hiking even higher when you get to this place. These are some of the hardest days because of how high you will be when you are taking this trek.
Day 8 – Ghami to Tsarang 3,620m
You will hike to the top of the canyon tonight, and this will be even higher than you went before. The topography is gorgeous, and this is a place that people almost never go to. Because of this, you can see how it has looked for thousands of years. You just have to be sure that you have thought about what you will do to be sure that you have thought about what will be best for you. You will stay overnight at the top of the canyon, and you will get to go even higher the next day.
Day 9 – Tsarang to Lo-Manthang 3,730m
You have to start out by making sure that you go across the canyon, and then you will cross a river before you have to go back up so that you can get even higher on this hike. You will go all the way up to this lovely village called Lo Manthang, and that is where you will stay overnight.
Day 10 – Explore Lo Manthang / Acclimatization
This whole place has been restored over time, and we will let you get a good idea of how you can get used to the altitude because that is going to be an issue for you as you go forward. We try to get you ready for that now so that you will have even more fun as you go forward.
Day 11 – Lo-Mangthang to Drakmar 3810 m
You now have to trek even higher to get all the way up to Drakmar which is going to be this very nice older village that you will stay in overnight because the next few days take a long time. This is a very hard trek, and it is going to be very hard for you to be able to complete more hikes if you do not get your rest overnight.
Day 12 – Drakmar to Ghiling 3,806m
There are some people who are going to want to get all their pics at the top of this trek because that is going to be the place where you are going to want to see all the best parts of this country. This is the midpoint of the hike because you have to turn around and go back after this. You stay overnight in Ghiling, and then you will get to trek back down.
Day 13 – Ghiling to Chhuksang 3050m
We are descending the same way we were before, and we stay overnight in the village before tackling the longest day of the trip.
Day 14 – Chhuksang to Jomsom 2,700m
This is the longest day of the trek, and we have to stop halfway for lunch because of the long distance that we have to cover. You get to see the village you passed through before, and now your Upper Mustang trek will start to come to an end with your flight the next day.
Day 15 – Fly back to Pokhara
The gorge flight back to Pokhara is a lot of fun, and it is a good time to rest when you are basically done with your Mustang trek.
Day 16 – Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu
This is the six or seven-hour drive back to the city. The Upper Mustang trek has ended, and you get to have a farewell dinner that night.
Day 17 – Heading home
You can be taken to the airport by a rep after your Mustang trek, and you will have a lot of fun talking to them about their trip while they get you ready to go. See you next time.
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