Mustang was only opened to the trekkers in 1991. The department of immigration issued only a small number of special permits. To protect the local Tibetan traditions from outside influence as well as protect the environment. Mustang is situated in the transhimalayan region of Nepal.
The district of Mustang is where the Nepalese mountains yield to the southern Tibetan plateau. As the Transition Zone between these two extreme environments, Mustang offers the visitor a unique ecology and geology. Mustang caves, forts, monasteries and temples, which date to past millennia, carry echoes of the areas rich history and the friendly people are testament. Mustang's natural and cultural treasures have made it one of the most popular tourist and trekking destination of Nepal
Mustang Region occupied with the southern plateau of the Tibet along with the high himalayan giants like Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. The ancient Kingdom of Mustang the capital Lo Manthan was attached to Tibet in the 14th century, Although it retained its identity as an autonomous dynasty throughout the centuries which is a walled city with their own present
Upper Mustang TrekMustang Trek opened in October 1991 to trekkers under a special permit is the most popular and fascinating trekking in Nepal. It was the former Buddhist kingdom of Lo, extended to the upper Kali Gandaki River which has carved the deepest gorge in the world between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. Mustang has a long and rich history that makes