Mustang, a hidden Kingdom behind the Himalayas

Mustang is indeed a treasure! A treasure hidden behind the towering highs of the Himalayas! You trek through a region which shares a rich culture with Tibet, visible in the way of living way of local people. Beautiful villages amid myriad of geological hues, serene monasteries and chortens, and in the distance, the snowy massifs of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri make this region an ideal place for trekking. Somewhat isolated from the rest of Nepal, here the arid and colorful land contrasts with the snow-capped peaks that run to infinity. Meetings and exchanges with the people of Mustang, who welcome and accommodate you in many places, enrich your Himalayan experience. This small, ancient Himalayan kingdom has always maintained privileged ties with Tibet. In addition, the absence of very high passes has naturally made Mustang the place of 'commercial' passage between India and Tibet through the valley of Kali Gandaki. Lo-Manthang, the walled city with many monasteries, welcomes you for an ideal cultural halt. You leave Mustang at Jomsom, and take a beautiful mountain flight to Pokhara, then return to Kathmandu for an immersion in a buzzing ambiance.


  • Day 1 Arrival and welcome in Kathmandu then transfer to the hotel

    Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer and check-in at the hotel. Rest and free time, or depending on your arrival time, you may see the old streets of Kathmandu: Ason Tole, Indra Chowk....

    Accommodation: Hotel
    Free meals

  • Day 2 Route Katmandou - Pokhara

    Early in the morning, after breakfast, you take a public vehicule for Pokhara. While leaving Kathmandu at the Thankot Pass (1400m), enjoy a first glimpse of the Ganesh Himal (7400m), Langtang (7200m) and Manaslu (8163m) massifs. Driving through several valleys and along the rivers Trishuli and Marsyangdi, you enter Pokhara Valley, located at the foot of the Annapurna.

    Accommodation: Hotel
    Drive: 6 hours

  • Day 3 Flight Pokhara - Jomsom - Chhusang (3000 m)

    Your day begins with a flight between Pokhara and Jomsom (2700 m); this mountain flight offers, weather permitting, a magnificent view of the Annapurnas, the Kali Gandaki valley, the Dhaulagiri ... At Jomsom, you take a local vehicle for Chhusang, a pretty village inhabited mainly by Gurung and Thakalis people. At Kagbeni – the entry point to Upper Mustang – you complete the Government formalities relating to Mustang Special Permit before entering Upper Mustang, a real mineral and multicolored universe!

    Ascent: + 300m
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 4 Chusang - Chele (3100 m) - Taklam Pass (3625 m) - Dajong Pass (3660 m) - Samar (3600 m).

    Enjoy you breakfast in front of wonderful landscapes! Then, you walk for a while and cross the Kali Gandaki gorge. Short climb to the small village of Chele. After Chele, a beautiful trail carved into the rock leads to Taklam-La (3625 m) then Dajong-La. Enjoy a beautiful walk down to Samar (3600m): a very old village located in the middle of a grove of trees alongside a stream.

    Trek: 5 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 650m/-150m
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 5 Samar - Chungsi Cave - Syanbodche (3800 m) - Geling (3570 m).

    The day begins with an uphill part and then the trail descends to Chungsi Cave. According to local a legend, Guru Rimpoche, an 8th century Buddhist monk who introduced Buddhism to Tibet, meditated in this cave. You trek up gently to Syangboche (3800 m) for lunch, then you continue to the village of Geling (3570 m) known for its old fortress and a monastery of Sakya school that you visit and which contains beautiful murals of the Tantric Buddhism.

    Trek: 6 to 7 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 750m/-800m
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 6 Geling - Nyi la pass (4000 m) - Ghumi pass (3765 m) - Ghemi - Dhakmar (3820 m).

    Today, we cross two Mountain Passes: Nyi La (3950 m) and Ghumi La to reach the village of Ghemi (3510 m) for lunch. Visit the small monastery in the heart of the village surrounded by caves that, in the past, served as a shelter against the invaders. In the afternoon, an easy climb in one of the most dazzling Mustang places of red walls that dominate the village of Dhakmar.

    Trek: 6 to 7 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 860m/-610m
    Accommodation: Lodgde

  • Day 7 Dhakmar - Mui La Pass (4 100 m) - Ghar Gompa (3920 m) - Marang La Pass (4230 m) - Chogo pass (4320 m) - Lomanthang (3 840 m).

    Appreciating the amazing hues and shades of the red cliffs, you start the longest day of the trek, though not the most difficult one. It's an easy uphill walk to the Mui la pass (4100 m) towards the oldest Mustang monastery, Ghar Gompa, of the Nyingmapa School, whose beautiful frescoes have been renovated. After lunch, you cross the Marang and Chogo passes and then plunge into the capital of Mustang, Lomanthang, situated in a striking scenery.

    Trek: 7 to 8 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 900m/-850m
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 8 Lomanthang: Rest day and discovery

    You are in the Mustang Capital! Lomanthang is a small, walled-city, which had its moment of glory in the 15th century. Stroll through the winding streets of the village to discover the two historic monasteries, Jamba Lhakhang and Tukche, and their sumptuous frescoes. Lomanthang is very close to Tibet, hence, you observe here influences of Tibetan culture as well.

    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 9 Jhong - Nyiphu - Chossar - Lomanthang

    You take local Jeeps towards Tibetan border, and the Sicha Khola valley. Visit Jhong Cave, a real troglodyte skyscraper! On your way back, you also visit the monastery of Nyiphu on way to Lo-Manthang, through a the fabulous lunar landscape of Chossar, passing through several typical, charming villages.

    Drive: 30min
    Trek: 4 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 100m/-100m
    Accommodation: Same Lodge

  • Day 10 Lomanthang - Dhi - Yara (3640 m).

    After break, you climb up to the of Loday Pass (3950 m) then walk along a plateau at 4050m before walking down to Dhi. You cross the Kali Gandaki River to reach the village of Yara.

    Trek: 5 hours
    Ascent/descent : +500m/-700m
    Accommodation : Lodge.

  • Day 11 Yara - Luri - Yara

    Excursion to the monastery of Luri Gompa, a small "jewel" of Buddhist art, and visit the Luri caves housing beautiful 15th century Buddhist frescoes. Return back to Yara.

    Ascent/descent: + 200m/-200m
    Trek: 3 hours
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 12 Yara - Sertang Pass (3945 m) - Tangge (3420m)

    Today, you cross a deserted and rocky plateau, far from any human settlements. Short descent to the Dhechyang Khola River (black river) where there are many fossils. Climb to Sertang Pass (3945 m) where you enjoy a picnic amid a beautiful natural setting. Extraordinary view of the peaks of Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri .... Then descent via several plateaus to the village of Tangge.

    Ascent/descent: + 800m/-1000m
    Trek: 6
    Accommodation: Homestay

  • Day 13 Tangge - Cho Cha la pass (4210 m) - Chusang (2980 m)

    It's a long day of trek. Hence, an early morning departure is planned today. You cross the Yak Khola before climbing to a Pass at 4210 m before a short descent to Paha, your lunch spot. Enjoy a beautiful walk along the ridges before taking up a steep descent into the valley of the Nursing Khola, up to the village of Chusang.

    Ascent/descent: + 120m/-1600m
    Trek: 8 to 9 hours
    Accommodation: Homestay

  • Day 14 Chhusang - Gyu Pass (4070m) - Muktinath (3800m)

    You start the day with an easy climb to a beautiful village of Tetang at (3040m). Then, you climb to Gyu Pass (4070). All along, you enjoy a beautiful view on the “white mountin”, Dhaulagiri (8165m) and “blue mountain” Nilgiri (7061m) and also on the villages of Muktinath and Jharkot. Walk down to the temple of Muktinath, dedicated to the Hindu god of liberation, flanked by 108 taps where the Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims take a holy shower by way of a belief to cleanse their karma.

    Trek. 6 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 1200m/-450m
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 15 Muktinath - Lupra - Jomsom (2720m)

    You leave Muktinath and cross a Mountain Pass at 4000m, through beautiful alpine landscapes. On the way, with a little luck, you can even see the bharal or "blue sheep" of the Himalayas. A steep descent then leads you to Lupra, a Bon village well-hidden in the gorge of Lupra Khola. Less frequented, Lupra has managed to maintain its charm intact. After a quiet break in this village, you head for Jomsom following again the Kali Gandaki River.

    Trek: 5 to 6 hours
    Ascent/descent: + 100m/-1200m
    Accommodation: Lodge

  • Day 16 Flights: Jomsom - Pokhara - Kathmandu

    Early in the morning, you take a beautiful mountain flight between the Annapurnas and the Daulaghiri for Pokhara then for Kathmandu . Free time upon arrival in Kathmandu.

    Accommodation: Hotel
    Free dinner

  • Day 17 Visit: Kathmandu

    Bodhnath : the largest Buddhist stupa in the world with the Buddha's discerning eyes as well as some Buddhist monasteries around. Pashupatinath: After the Buddhist stupa, you visit the most important religious temple of Hindu people. It is called Pashupatinath and belongs to the Hindu God of destruction and reconstruction. Thousans of Hindu pilgrims from Nepal and India pray, dance, sing and make offerings in this temple every day. Traditionally, when Hindu people die, they are cremated. This is the most important site for cremations that take place on the bank of the holy river called Bagmati.

    Accommodation: Hotel
    Free meal

  • Day 18 End of stay

    End of stay

Travel Notes:
The program has been drawn up according to the latest information available during its drafting. Imponderables are always possible and situations beyond our control can modify the process. Depending on the meteorological and operational conditions, your management team reserves the right to modify this itinerary in order to ensure the best version of the stay and your safety. Always,  for security reasons, the management and the organization reserve the right to interrupt your participation if your technical level and / or your physical form do not correspond to those required. In no case shall this interruption give rise to any reimbursement or payment of compensation. 

Period & budget

When to travel?

The best period for travelling is during the following months:

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


From 1330 US$ per person (based on 2 participants)

The budget is an indication of the price per person, subject to availability. Your local agent will send you a customized quote with the exact price. The price can vary according to availability, level of services, period of travel, number of participants, booking time frame and other items.


- Transport by public vehicle according to itinerary
- Accommodation in 3 * hotel on BB in Kathmandu (Hotel Tibet, Manaslu or similar)
- Accommodation in a 2 * hotel in Pokhara (Hotel Lake View or similar)
- Trek on full-board in lodge
- English speaking Altaï Guide
- Domestic flights: Pokhara - Jomsom - Pokhara
- Visits as per itinerary: with a cultural guide and a private vehicle
- Porterage of luggage: up to 11 kg maximum per person during the trek
- Trekking support team: assistants and porters
- Trekking permits: ACAP and TIMS
- Staff Insurance

Not included

- Entrance to historical sites & monuments
- Meals in Kathmandu & Kathmandu Valley
- Nepalese visa: US $ 25 to U$ 40
- Mustang Special Permit: 600 US$ (12 days)
- International flights
- Insurance: Repatriation, Medical & Helicopter Services
- Gratuities, all persomel expenses & equipments, drinks, sleeping bag and all that is not in "THE PRICE INCLUDES"

Terms and conditions

Booking conditions

By registering for one of our travel, the customer bindingly accepts the General Terms and Conditions of Sale. Each customer must complete a registration form. The booking is definitively recorded when the customer has settled the payment of a deposit of 30 % of the total travel price (subject to availability at the time of registration). In case of short-term bookings – within 30 days prior to the travel departure – the full travel price is due immediately. Payments can be settled via bank transfer (SWIFT code/IBAN number) or online, directly from our website (soon available). You will receive an email with a booking confirmation as quickly as possible.

Invoice procedure

Once your booking is registered, we send you an email with the invoice. Full payment is required at least 30 days before your arrival. If the customer does not settle the payment of the travel price within the period agreed upon, Altai Nepal reserves the right to cancel the booking free of charge.

Cancellation policy

If for any reason, you decide to withdraw from a journey, the amount already paid will be refunded subject to the following exceptions:
  • Cancellation up to 30 days prior to the agreed beginning of the journey: No cancellation fees. Unless you have given a written agreement to pay for additional tailor-made services (hotel, internal flights, activities…). In that case, you shall be charged the corresponding amount
  • Cancellation between the 30th and 21st day prior to the agreed beginning of the journey: You will be charged 30 % of the travel price, in addition with every non-refundable expense for additional services booked on request (internal flights, site entrance tickets, activities…)
  • Cancellation less than 20 days to the agreed beginning of the journey: You will be charged 70 % of the travel price, in addition with every non-refundable expense for additional services booked on request (internal flights, site entrance tickets, activities…)

Any cancellation shall be notified in writing (email, letter or fax). Notice of cancellation will be effective upon receipt by us of your written communication. All the cancellation conditions will be specified on your booking confirmation. 

If it comes apparent at an earlier point in time that the minimum number of participants cannot be reached for a travel, Altaï Nepal is to exercise his right of withdrawal immediately. In such a situation, you will be informed of the cancellation of your travel no later than 21 days prior to the agreed beginning of the journey. Altaï Nepal can also cancel a travel in case of circumstances amounting to "force majeure": volcanic eruption, civil disturbances, strikes, weather and climate conditions, and travellers’ security… In such cases, you are immediately refunded any payments on the travel price; however, you shall not be entitled to any compensation.

Changes to travel contract

If a change to travel contract is made at the customer’s request, the customer shall pay any fee that might arise from this change. In any cases, every request for changes shall be notified in writing. In case of external events that could not be foreseen, Altaï Nepal might change some aspects of the travel contract. We will endeavor to advise you of any changes as quickly as possible.

Prices and price revision

All group travel prices on our website have been calculated for the indicated number of participants for each trip. The price list is confirmed after the booking. If the number of participants is lower than expected, an additional payment charge might be applied. For each travel and program, we mention the price per person – valid for the minimum number of participants – and we provide you with detailed explanations about the services included or not. Any change in the exchange rates or in the price of travel services in particular regarding the cost of the fuel, might entail price revision.

Contract transfer

In case of assignment of the contract by the customer to an assignee, modification and cancellation conditions apply.


We recommend that you take out personal insurance for your travel with Altaï Nepal, as soon as your booking is confirmed. We kindly request you to send us the information related to your insurance contract (name of the company, name of the contract, insurance policy number, telephone number) and to bring it along with you during the journey.

Practical info


This trip is led by a professional Nepali English-speaking team, who is part of the Altai Nepal Team.


Meals in lodge during treks
The international success of treks in the Annapurna and Everest regions influences their economy; tariffs for food and lodging in lodges are now set by National Parks and have increased sharply in recent years, but quantities and quality of food have paradoxically decreased. To offset this decline in quality and quantity of food in lodges treks in these frequented areas and in order to focus on the local economy, we plan a daily Dal Bhat in our menus. The dhal bhat (literally lentil-rice) is the basis of all meals, this national dish is often enriched with vegetables and sometimes meat. It is a balanced dish in energy and nutritive intake, not fat and above all very digestible (digestion is more difficult at altitude). For all trekkings requiring intense efforts, we provide energy snacks (type dried fruits). Meals in Kathmandu and in the valley are not included. You will have plenty of time to discover Indian, Bhutanese, Chinese, Thai and other cuisines. All drinks are at your expense.


In Kathmandu and in the cities in general, you are accommodated in 3 * hotels. In trek, depending on the regions and itineraries, you sleep in lodge or homestay. A "Nepali lodge", an evolution of homestay, is a Nepalese house arranged to receive hikers. Comfort varying, they are certainly not hotels but they allow to make a trekking in appreciable conditions, and this even in high altitude: bed, mattresses, tables and chairs, toilets, etc. In addition, the use of lodges considerably reduces the number of porters and cut down the infrastructure of trekking.


Transport/transfer by bus & plane

Budget & exchange

In Nepal, the national currency is the Nepalese Rupee: 1 US$  ~ 100  / 1 € 115 Nepalese Rupees. The easiest currencies to trade are the Euro and the US dollar (cash or traveler's checks). Credit cards are accepted in the shops of major hotels. You can withdraw currencies with your visa card in Kathmandu.


Tipping is still very present in Asia, in general, and in Nepal in particular. Linked to the customer's satisfaction, it is an integral part of the “tourism” culture of the country: independent of the salary level, the tip is taken by the Nepalese as a sign of appreciation. Its amount depends on your appreciation of the services rendered and your generosity. Your guide can help you on this subject by making a collective envelope to ensure a just share for the staff. Like money, if you have clothes to give, do not hesitate to seek the guide’s help who will make a fair distribution. In addition, we ask you specifically not to give sweets and / or bars energy / chocolate to children: there is virtually no dentist in mountainous areas. The same rule applies for medicines: they are not necessarily adapted to Nepalese who have, moreover, a lot of trouble to follow the correct dosage.

Vital equipment

Clothes, from head to toe:

- Trekking shoes. They must combine three qualities: strength, good grip of the foot and ankle (high stems) and impermeability. Choose shoes with non-slip soles, crampons and relatively rigid, they must have a grip on the ground. The "Vibram" type soles have a good reputation, pick them if you have a choice.
- Light shoes (tennis) or sandals for cities, villages or for evening after the day's walk
- Few pairs of walking & mountain socks
- 2 trekking trousers
- Underwear. This is the first insulation you will have, take care of it. Fine technical fibers, such as Carline or Polartec are very effective, warm, flexible, comfortable and lightweight. They dry very quickly
- 1 or 2 breathable T-shirts
- 1 fleece jacket. It has the advantage of being resistant, warm, light, and dries quickly, with a soft touch. The most adapted, well known among the mountain people, are the Polartec, Carline and Ulfrotté fibers
- 1 mountain jacket. The most efficient jackets against wind and rain are made of Goretex, or Micropore, a "breathable" material that allows the rapid evacuation of perspiration.
- 1 down jacket is recommended (you find in Kathmandu for 40 to 50 € or US$)
- 1 rain coat
- Gloves or mittens and hat
- Hat
- Good Sunglasses
- Warm Sleeping Bag
- Water purifiers (micropur, aguatabs ...) Nepal is in the northern hemisphere. Temperatures increase from January to May and decrease from September to December. From April until the end of October, provide lighter clothing.


- A sleeping bag (essential for all trekking trips). Warm, comfortable, tailored to your size, shaped sarcophagus (closer to the body and has a closing hood), with side zipper closure for an opening at your convenience. To sleep in all seasons, it is necessary that your bag is powerful enough to fight temperatures of -5 ° C to -15 ° C (according to trips, altitude and periods, the coldest months December to February). Feel free to take a comfortable sleeping bag, indeed, " He who can do the most, can do the least!”
- A toiletry bag and bath towel
- Sunblock cream (face and lips)
- Headlamp, with batteries and spare bulbs
- Waterbottle of 2 liter minimum, light and isothermal
- Pocket knife, multi-purpose preferably
- Toilet paper + lighter

Helpful equipment

- Walking sticks
- Waterproof bags to protect your belongings
- Notebook or travel diary


All of your luggage must be divided into 2 bags: - Provide a flexible travel bag with side zipper giving easier access to its contents, bag type marine 80 L and about 13 Kg maximum (16 kilos for camp/tent trekking). No suitcase or trolley because it is untransportable by the porters. We use the porters’ service during the treks. You have the possibility to leave part of your belongings, that you will not use during the trek, at the hotel in Kathmandu. - A small backpack (capacity about 40l) for your belongings each day of trekking: sweater, spare t-shirt, water bottle, picnic-lunch, sunglasses, small things ... To protect your travel bags, we will provide Altaï Bags too. They are solid and waterproof.


The information mentioned is only indicative. They may be subject to change without notice by the Nepalese authorities. It is therefore prudent to check with embassies and consulates in your country the month before you leave.
Passport valid for 6 months after the return date. Children must have an individual passport. They can no longer be registered on their parents' passports. ID card is not accepted


This is an individual visa. Obtaining your visa is under your responsibility. It is obtained on the spot as soon as you arrive in Kathmandu. Rates are as follows:
- 15 days Visa : 25 US$ (or equivalent in euros) + 1 picture
- 30 days Visa : 40 US$ (or equivalent in euros) + 1 picture
- 90 days Visa : 100 US$ (or equivalent in euros) + 1 picture
To obtain Trekking permits, you must provide your passport and 1 photo ID. You must provide us with the good quality scans of the double page containing all the information of your passport and 2 photos of identity.

Mandatory vaccines

Although no vaccine is required, be sure that vaccines commonly used in western countries (tetanus, diphtheria, polio, typhoid) are still valid. Hepatitis A and B vaccines also recommended.

Health information & recommendations

Your Tour-leader has a pharmacy of first urgency. It is recommended to bring your personal medication (in sufficient number): aspirin, elastoplast, iodized alcohol, intestinal antiseptic, small scissors, tricosteril, face and lip sunscreen ... Also think about visiting your dentist, if you have some untreated caries, they have the annoying habit of waking up with altitude.
- Recommendations: Even if no vaccine is required for Nepal, you will ensure that vaccines currently practiced in Western countries (tetanus, diphtheria, polio, typhoid) are still valid. Hepatitis A and B vaccine also recommended. The risk of malaria is small, because we usually move more than 1500/1800 m, above the altitude of life of mosquitoes. The other areas crossed are hardly infested.
- Hygiene: water is not drinkable in Nepal. On the tourist grounds, it is always possible to buy bottled water. However, in order to limit pollution and preserve natural areas, we strongly recommend that you drink purified water. For that, think to bring a water bottle of minimum 1.5 liters and purifying tablets of water (micropur, agua tabs ...). Some hygiene rules: wash your hands frequently, and before each meal (there are pharmacy antimicrobial solutions to use without rinsing, useful in case of excursions); ensure the maintenance of perfect body hygiene and careful care (disinfect) of skin wounds; do not consume tap water, not drinkable, drink only boiled water for 30 minutes then filtered, or preferably bottled water capsulated (avoid drinking natural drinks like pressed fruit juice); do not consume ice cream or "lassi" (milk-based beverage) bought on the street; meat and fish / shellfish should be cooked well before consumption.


From the eternal snows of high peaks to the tropical lowlands, Nepal has a wide variety of climates.
- In autumn (October to mid-December): the days are very beautiful but can be fresh in altitude. At 3000 m altitude, temperatures can drop to -10 ° C at night.
- In winter (m-december to mid-february): The nights are generally cold, the climate is dry. If nighttime temperatures drop easily below 0 ° C to 3000 m, the days are often sunny. Treks below 4000 m are very pleasant. Few tourists at this time.
- In spring (March to end of May): at this season, Kathmandu is in full bloom and the rhododendrons are magnificent. The weather is nice and it's getting hot with some night storms. Temperatures vary between 10 ° C and 28 ° C, but can rise to over 30 ° C. Between 2000 and 3000 m, temperatures rarely drop below 0 ° C. On the other hand, a few rare frosts or snowfalls are possible in March from 4000 m.
- In summer: it's the monsoon season. It interrupts the majority of trekking from June to the end of September. Certain regions of the "Trans-Himalayan" zone, Mustang and Dolpo, however, remain sheltered from the monsoon regime that prevails in the rest of the country. These are the only circuits accessible in Nepal in summer.


In recent years, due to a lack of hydropower facilities, electricity and water outages are becoming more frequent in Nepal, especially in Kathmandu (mainly in winter and spring). The hotels have generator but the electricity is limited. It is the same for the consumption of water.

Sustainable tourism

In a concern of respect for the environment, Altai engages for a minimum impact on the environment. Altai has always worked for a more responsible tourism and is part of a journey organization that respects equitable and sustainable principles. Harmonization of practices ensures a fair distribution of economic benefits and improved working conditions of local teams and their awareness of the protection of the environment Adopt, you too, simple actions during your travels and act in favor responsible tourism.

- Avoid leaving garbage behind: drop them in garbage cans or bring them back with you
- Use drinking water sparingly (prefer showers to baths and report leaks) and avoid wasting it (prefer biodegradable soaps for washing etc.)
- Avoid degrading cultural sites: do not touch the statues, do not move stones and objects etc.
- Prefer exchanges to donations (gifts too important given the standard of living of the country can destabilize the local economic balance)
- Take a walk, especially in some fragile ecosystems, observe the wildlife from a distance, do not leave the trails, limit trampling and do not bring back "memories": give up picking rare flowers, collecting fossils, etc.
- In some hotels, you will have individual air conditioning. It is strongly recommended to avoid excessive energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions to cut it systematically when you are not present in the room.
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  • Trekking guide for more than 20 years
  • Specialist of Annapurnas, Everest, Ladakh and Rajasthan
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Mustang & Dolpo
Hiking & discovering the culture
18 days
From €1,200


- A well-preserved region
- View of the Dhaulagiri (White Mountain), the Annapurnas, and the High Tibetan Plateau
- Trek in Lodge and Homestay
- Immersion in rich Buddhist-Hindu culture

Required level

This type of trip requires being in very good physical condition, having good clothing and shoes adapted to the mountains. Regular and serious training in running, swimming or brisk walking during the 2 or 3 months prior to your trip is recommended. This trek includes walking days of 5 to 6 hours per day on average with average daily elevations 1000m (positive and negative).
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