Upper Mustang Trek
Trekking in Nepal is transforming in a big way. A lot of people believe hiking the Himalayas is just for the rugged types who relish roughing it. In 1953 that happens to be true when Mt Everest was 1st ascended and Nepal trekking did not subsist. Now, there’re new ways to explore the Himalayas; luxurious accommodations for those people looking to relish the sights with a little comfort; hikes that emphasizes much on scenery and culture; and new lodges and home stay in Nepal for those who wish to unwind and get underneath the Himalayan life. However, in this article, we will talk about why Upper Mustang Trek is the best when it comes to trekking adventure in Nepal.
Let me tell you that Upper Mustang was restricted province up till 1992, but now foreigners are welcomed to this area by paying a permit fee of US$ 500. The Mustang province of North-central Nepal is different from any other region in the nation, as it’s classified by its desolate, windswept bumps of mountain desert soil, all shades of purple, pink, gray and brown. Journey to Upper Mustang, Mustang’s political and cultural hub, is exceptionally tough. The Upper Mustang hike brings travelers into the concealed sphere of the ancient Buddhist monarchy of Mustang.