Upper Mustang Valley Trek - 15 Days

Good to Know
  • Duration 15 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Group Size 2-10
  • Max. Altitude 3760 m.
  • Best Season March, April, May and September, October, November

Highlights

  • A never-before-seen scenically astonishing flight from the tourist city of Nepal, Pokhara, to Jomsom.
  • An opportunity to traverse through the Apple Valley amidst the Himalayas, serving as the headquarters of Mustang district, Jomsom.
  • The heavenly sights of some of the greatest tops of the world include Mt. Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Thorong Peak, Nilgiri, Chulu East and West, Lamjung Himal, Tukuche Peak, and several others.
  • An ideal summer trek destination in the rain-shadow realm of the Himalayas in Nepal.
  • A transformative journey of a lifetime followed by a spiritually awakening visit to several gompas, chortens, usually flapping prayer flags in the air, and ancient caves used by spiritual leaders for liberation.
  • Discover the mystery of the Forddin kingdom of Nepal and its prosperous walled city, Lo Manthang.
  • Walk through the pristine yeak pastures, bluish lakes, glaciers, gorges, and waterfalls.
  • Catch a glimpse of Tibetan influence on the customary Himalayan lives of locals, and many more.

The Upper Mustang Valley Trek is a balanced, both culturally and naturally immersive, Himalayan expedition in the north of the Annapurna Himalayas. It is an unforgettable journey to one of the restricted regions of Nepal, the Mustang Valley, founded in the 15th century by the Tibetan monarch. Often, the hike to the Upper Mustang Valley is also referred to as the Himalayan tour to “Mini Tibet,” featuring well-conserved Tibetan culture, centuries-old monasteries, and diverse Himalayan landscapes, making it all the way through the splendid Kali Gandaki Gorge and experiencing first-hand desert-like terrain, deep gorges, and high-altitude passes.

The odyssey to the Upper Mustang Valley is a must to have insider insight into Nepal’s remote beauty and unspoiled culture, traditions, and customs hidden behind the majestic Himalayas of the seventh, eighth, and tenth highest peak in the world, Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), and Mt. Annapurna (8,091 m), that may have long been from several other more popular trekking routes in the Nepalese Himalayas such as the Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar Trek, Annapurna Circuit Voyage, Annapurna Base Camp Hike, and others.

Trekking to the culturally abundant Upper Mustang is known as an ultimate opportunity to venture deep into the forbidden kingdom of Nepal, which remained isolated, even being incorporated into Nepal as a whole nation. Although visitors can now explore the valley, the Mustang trekking region is still a highly restricted area bordering the Tibetan plateau, requiring a special permit to enter that allows only a limited number of trekkers, travelers, and explorers to traverse the globe.

Beginning from Jomsom, the Himalayan trip that takes you through the Kali Gandaki Gorge to the ancient walled city of Lo Manthang, the Upper Mustang Trek is a journey into a timeless land where nature and culture merge beautifully to grant every sort of adventurer, be it the simple nature lovers or daredevil mountaineers, climbers, photographers, or high Himalayan expeditors, a memorable moment of their lifetime.

What makes the jaunting to Upper Mustang Valley a unique Himalayan Trip?

Unlike most of the popular trekking routes in the Himalayan region of Nepal, such as the Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang, in order to undertake the Upper Mustang Valley trek in the Mustang region, you would have to meet specific travel and trek conditions, including the compulsory hire of government-registered guides, limited stays within the region, and supervision by any of the reputed trekking agencies or organizers.

Besides these legal regulations, a journey to Upper Mustang Valley offers a rare combination of cultural immersion, historical exploration, out-of-this-world natural beauty, and a demanding yet rewarding experience, making it a vastly unique and compelling destination in the Himalayas to expect:

An outstanding geographical and cultural isolation

The Upper Mustang Valley is nestled in the rain shadow of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, resulting in an arid climatic condition in a remote location close to the border with Tibet, known for its distinctive topography with red cliffs, deep gorges, and panoramic vistas, which until 1992 was a restricted area completely closed to foreigners.

Even today, access to Upper Mustang Valley is limited and controlled with essential special permits that have helped maintain the region's pristine condition with the limited number of trekkers as one of the last places in Nepal where the ancient Tibetan culture and tradition is still largely intact ensuring a more exclusive and unspoiled environment.

The rich Tibetan cultural encounter on the way to the Upper Mustang

The journey to Upper Mustang, a cultural and natural gem secluded behind the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, offers profound engrossment in Tibetan culture, as the area has historically been part of the Tibetan cultural landscape that has been preserved and kept secret for centuries and showcases a strong Tibetan influence.

While the prime destination itself, Upper Mustang Valley, consists of numerous monasteries such as Lo Gekar, Jampa, Thubchen, Chode, and Choprang, en route, you would also get to take blessings, passing by several other notable Mani Walls and Gompas adorned with colorful prayer flags.

Further, depending on your time of visit to the Upper Mustang, you can get an opportunity to be part of the biggest Tiji festival and, lastly, make it to the traditional villages of Ghami and Lo Manthang, which serve as the living museum of Tibetan culture, by passing through the sacred sites and landscapes such as Kagbeni and Holy Caves in Chhosar based on the route you have chosen to traverse the Upper Mustang Valley.

Hence, this adventurous rambling to the Upper Mustang Valley is an incredible cultural pilgrimage into the heart of Tibetan civilization, from the holy shrines to vibrant festivals to humble village life, offering an insider insight into a world where the past and present coexist harmoniously.

The Stunning Trans-Himalayan Landscapes

The Upper Mustang Trek features some of the most dramatic cliffs, colorful rock formations, ancient caves, and arid landscapes, in stark contrast to the lush green hills typically associated with Nepal. The terrain you will pass through includes deep canyons and vast desert-like plains, particularly in the Chele and Ghami areas.

The rocks display a vibrant palette of colors due to the area’s unique mineral composition, while the ancient cave dwellings date back thousands of years and are scattered throughout the cliffs. However, despite the region's arid nature, the memorable voyage to Upper Mustang lets you walk amidst and side by side with the towering snowy mountains when combined with the region's rich cultural heritage, making this Upper Mustang Valley hike an unforgettable experience.

Marvelously Adventurous Trekking Experience

The exploration route to the Upper Mustang Valley is less frequented compared to other more pious trekking regions in Nepal, which still have a mix of high-altitude experiences, dry landscapes, and strong winds, making it a challenging and rewarding experience at the same time as a true sense of adventure and solitude.

For several days, you would be walking 3,000 meters above sea level, reaching even around 4,200 meters (13,780 feet). You might have to push yourself beyond your limits and expectations, presenting trekkers and travelers with a unique set of challenges, especially in terms of acclimatization and physical endurance, during the Trans-Himalayan expedition to the Upper Mustang Valley.

The trails in the Upper Himalayas are usually rugged with steep ascents and descents in competitively harsh weather conditions with strong afternoon winds and significant variations between day and night, which demand a good level of physical fitness and some preparation.

Making through these difficulties en route to Upper Mustang Valley is extremely rewarding. The adventurous allure stems from a combination of remote location, unique cultural experience, and breathtaking landscapes in the rain shadow area of the Nepalese Himalayas, which stands out as a fantastic monsoon trek destination to relish on summer holidays for everlasting memories and a sense of achievement.

A rare opportunity to discover the biodiversity of the Mustang region

Despite the bare appearance of the Mustang region, it supports a variety of plant and animal life, passing through some of the most beautiful scenery, including juniper trees, buckthorns, and a wide range of alpine wildflowers, along with the spotting of elusive blue sheep, Himalayan griffons, and even snow leopards.

Therefore, the Upper Mustang Trek is not only a brilliant adventure through rugged and mystical landscapes but also an ultimate chance to reveal the unique biodiversity of the Mustang region, harboring a surprising variety of flora and fauna adapted to its high altitude and dry environment.

Why is the 15-day itinerary to the Upper Mustang Valley the best route to explore the Mustang region?

The 15-day itinerary to tour the Upper Mustang Valley starts from Kathmandu with a tourist bus joyous ride to Pokhara, following the white water bodies of the Trishuli River initially and the Marsyangdi River later on, then Pokhara and Jomsom on a super mountain flight to Jomsom, the administrative center of Mustang with magical views of the Annapurna ranges, including Fishtail, Annapurna South, Annapurna II, Dhaulagiri II, and many other peaks.

This trekking route to the Upper Mustang in the Mustang region thereafter takes you through several historical and cultural towns such as Kagbeni, Samar, and Tsarang, including the kingdom of Upper Mustang Lo Manthang, following the deepest gorge in the world, Kali Gandaki, back and forth watched over by the dynasty mountain ranges such as Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Nilgiri, Damodhar Peak, and several other unnamed snow-capped peaks of Mustang.

This alpine traverse involves apple tasting, cultural discovery, and nature connection, covering approximately 200 km. Therefore, therefore is considered the best route to visit the Upper Mustang Valley, providing comprehensive coverage of the region, ample acclimatization, chances for cultural immersion, and a feasible fully appreciated appreciation of never-before-seen landscapes, historical sites, and local traditions.

Further, the 15-day itinerary can be customized as per the needs and preferences of trekkers and travelers at Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks, ensuring a richer and more fulfilling experience. Contact us for an amazing Himalayan journey, whether you are seeking a longer-term high Himalayan expedition such as the Tilicho Lake Thorong La Pass Trek (17 days), the Kanchenjunga North and South Voyage (23 days), or a short-day hike to Ghorepani Poon Hill and the Langtang Valley Pilgrimage, including the odyssey to the Upper Mustang Valley.

Group Cost for 15 Day Trek to the Upper Mustang Valley

As one of the reputed locally based leading trekking agencies in Nepal, we at Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks are offering a group discounted price to trek the Upper Mustang Valley that includes all permits and trekking logistics involving accommodation, meals, guides, and porter fees, along with travel insurance for all the Nepalese staff.

This 15-day package to the Upper Mustang can cost you anywhere between USD 2023 per person and USD 1,775 based on the trek group size, season of travel, and service chosen. We excel at creating the best suitable Himalayan journey for the most affordable budget of our clients which for now is:

  • USD 2,030 for 1 pax
  • USD 1,955 for 2-3 pax
  • USD 1,875 for 4-6 pax
  • USD 1,775 for 7-10 pax

If you are a group of more than 10 travelers and trekkers, you will be delighted to have come across our special discounted trekking package to the Upper Mustang.

Itinerary
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Upon your landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, Nepal, a representative of Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks will warmly greet you and shift you to your hotel.

If you make it to Kathmandu by afternoon, it would be pleasing to explore Thamel, a vibrant tourist town in the heart of the capital city, and later on, enjoy the complementary dinner in the evening hosted by us along with the briefing session to discuss the necessary equipment and preparation.

  • AccommodationThree-star-Hotel
  • MealsComplimentary-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

On the second day, you will have the option to choose whether to take a guided tour of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu or simply rest if needed.

The tour of the day will be an excellent way to explore the rich cultural, religious, and historical monuments such as Pashupatinath, the holiest Hindu shrine revered by both Hindus and Buddhists as the manifestation of Lord Shiva; Boudhnath, also known as the Little Tibet; Swyambhunath, often referred to as Monkey Temple; and Kathmandu Durbar Square.

  • AccommodationThree-star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

The journey to the Upper Mustang officially begins this day with an early morning tourist bus to Pokhara, the city famous for lakes, after breakfast. The driveaway spans around 6 to 7 hours, depending on the traffic of the day along the banks of the Trishuli River and then the Marsyangdi River.

It would be epic to spend the evening strolling around the lakeside with panoramic Annapurna, Machapuchare, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Lamjung Himal in the background.

  • AccommodationThree-star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

Today you will board a short flight from Pokhara to Jomsom, offering thrilling aerial sights of the Kali Ghandaki Gorge, hills, mountains, lush valleys, and other natural beauty, and begin a hike to Kagbeni.

It will be memorable to walk along the bank of the Kali Ghandaki River, crossing to the east bank, and into Jomsom. Being the initial phase of the overall trek to Upper Mustang, it is pleasing to lastly spend the night at a local tea house in Kagbeni.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude2,776m

The area above Kagbeni is Upper Mustang, designated as a restricted realm of the Nepalese Himalayas, requiring a special permit that you will register on the way and pass by five of the lovely Manang Valleys: Chele, Gyakar, Chuksang, Tangbe, and Tetang, ending at Samar, near a willow grove and irrigation channels walking side by side to the Kali Gandaki River.

Before reaching Chele, you will get to enjoy the unique sandstone pillars, followed by sights of Mt. Nilgiri dominating the horizon.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude3,490m

The trek of the day follows steep, barren terrain with a copper-red canyon, giving a touch of raw Himalayan expedition. To reach the destination of the day, Ghiling, you will descend to Chortens, followed by a short and sweet downhill walk to Shangmochen, and lastly, near Barley Fields campsite on the outskirts of Ghiling.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,590m

It is comparatively a longer ramble day, which is through rugged terrain, starting with a gentle ascend through barley fields, Tibetan culture walking past Mani Walls, Ghami Khola, and panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayas that continue to Nyi La Pas, descending to Mustang‘s border.

On grabbing lunch at Charang, you will head to Tamar, at a ridge of 3,770 m, and finally to Tsarang, a fertile village with an ancient monastery, to spend the scenic night.

  • AccommodationCozy-Local-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,590m

It is a final trek to the walled city of Lo-Manthang that takes approximately 4-5 hours, starting from Tsarang village and continuing through the Tsarang River Canyon, offering spectacular views of Nilgiri, Tilicho, and Annapurna ranges, passing by several beautiful chortens and caves.

The trackway from Tsarang and Lo Manthang is connected via one of the mountain passes called Lo La, a ridge relatively at a higher altitude offering an incredible look out at Lo Manthang, Mustang Khola, and Mansail, concluding at the center of the Upper Mustang.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude3,760m

Lo Manthang, a city with 150 houses and four significant monasteries (Jampa, Thubchen, Chode, and Choprang), was once a prosperous capital as the old salt and wool trade hub, consisting of a royal palace.

Although the city has declined since the Chinese invasion of Tibet, trekkers, travelers, and visitors can explore the area to gain insider insight into the region's enriching culture or take an optional walk towards Chosar for more expanded Himalayan vistas.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,760m

From Lo Manthang, you will head south towards Kagbeni, which begins at a monastery with mesmerizing views of Marang and Charang, passing by alpine meadows, eroded gullies, and lush fields and farms marking the arrival at Ghami and its camp.

As the hike of the day passes through Drakmar, you will get the opportunity to get a blessing at the famous Ghar monastery with its gorgeous wall painting.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsFull-Meal-Courses
  • Max. Altitude3,760m

From the camp at Ghami, you will now head to Samar, observing a sharp ascent to a ridge for the first half, denoted by a cairn. Climbing from here, the trekking trail of the day meets Tsarang.

However, as the destination of the day is Samar, you will continue the steep downhill walk to Gheling Valley until you make it to the campsite in Samar.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,550m

The retracing of the route continues through familiar terrain, passing through barren landscapes with patches of green cultivation in between, man-made canals for irrigation, traditional villages showcasing resemblance to Tibetan architecture, and taking a break at Eklibhati for lunch.

While the scenery you get to enjoy is undoubtedly heavenly, it also highlights the hardships locals from here have to face in the Upper Kali Gandaki valley, where limited fertile land rests for the night at Jomsom.

  • AccommodationTea-House
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude3,490m

The day has come to leave the Upper Himalayas of Nepal and catch an early morning flight to Pokhara. The magnificent views of the snow-capped ranges never leave your sight, even after reaching Pokhara.

Otherwise, these peaks look more majestic as reflected in the turquoise Phewa Lake, which you can fully explore while visiting the local markets and landmarks in your leisure time.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Max. Altitude3,490m

It will be a surreal experience to wake up to the magical glow of sunrise atop the snow-capped surrounding peaks and enjoy breakfast before finally taking a tourist bus to Kathmandu.

As in the beginning of the entire trip to the Upper Mustang, the joyous ride is along the bank of the Marsyangdi River at first, then the Trishuli River or you can skip the 200-kilometer drive by taking an optional flight back to the valley for a more luxurious experience.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

After spending a night in Kathmandu completing the Upper Mustang Tour, based on the 15-day itinerary, it is your last day in Nepal, where airport representatives from AHT$T will help you with packing and transfer you to the TIA, or you can choose to hop on a similar kind of Himalayan journey, such as the Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar Hike or the Annapurna Circuit Expedition, at an affordable cost.

We are happy to craft all sorts of adventures in the most beautiful parts of the world. Contact us now so we can help you conquer the heights you have always dreamed of.

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    What's Included
    Includes
    • Airport Pickup and Drop by private transport
    • All the ground Transportation by bus
    • 3 nights accommodation at 3 star hotel with breakfast in Kathmandu
    •  2 nights accommodation at 3 star hotel with breakfast in Pokhara  
    • 9 nights 10 days trekking with lodge during the trek, lodges are simple and clean enough)
    • All the meal during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
    • Special permit for Mustang  
    • Trekking map for Mustang valley 
    • Annapurna national park permit with TIMS card ( we need 3 photos for permit)
    • An experience  trekking guide (trained by Ministry of tourism), Trekking porter,one porter between two person.
    • Demostic Airfare ( Pokhara - Jomsom / Pokhara )
    • Equipment clothing for porter & staffs
    • Equipment (sleeping bag, first aid kit, oximeter etc.)
    • Insurance for all staff & porters.
    • Farewell Dinner with Nepali cultural dance in kathmandu
    • Trekking achievement certificate
    • Adventure Himalayan Tshirt
    Excludes
    • Personal bar bill, travel insurance/International airfare
    • Items of personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry, tips etc.
    • Nepal entry visa fee US$ 50 (duration 30 days from date of issue)- Available at Royal Nepalese Embassies and Royal Nepalese Consulates abroad or on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
    • Sightseeing tour  and All the entrance fees of temple in Kathmandu and Pokhara
    Dates and Prices
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    Start DateStarts: MondayJul 01, 2024End DateEnds: MondayJul 15, 2024PricePriceUS$1955StatusStatusAvailable
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    Useful Info

    When is the best time to do the Upper Mustang Valley Trek?

    Like any other high Himalayan odyssey in the country, the best time for the Upper Mustang Valley Trek is between the two primary hiking, mountaineering, and climbing seasons in Nepal, i.e., pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn).

    While monsoon/summer might not be considered an ideal time to traverse the Himalayas, Upper Mustang boasts lying in the rain shadow area a must-visit during the summer, with May through September offering another worldly sight and cultural engagement to behold.

    Winter can be extremely freezing at night, requiring careful packing and gearing along with necessary trekking and climbing equipment. Nonetheless, each season has something entirely distinctive to relish during the Upper Mustang Valley Trek; hence, the best time to trip for you depends largely on what you wish to see, experience, and enjoy to the fullest en route.

    Foods and accommodations on the way to the Upper Mustang Valley

    Instead of having to camp, the trekking route to the Upper Mustang now offers typical mountain lodges called tea houses opened and managed by the locals from the area with basic rooms composed of twin beds, shared bathrooms, and communal dining areas.

    Usually, the beddings are also provided by these tea houses on the way to the Upper Mustang Valley which also offers daily meals needed for a fulfilling Upper Himalayan journey. Menus en route generally consist of Typical Nepali-Tibetan dishes such as Dal-Bhat-Tarkari (heap of rice and lentil soup followed by seasonal vegetables sometimes meat too), Thukpa, Momos, Soups, Tsampa, Beverages, and other snacks.

    There are chances of getting to taste some of the internationally popular dishes in the lower region as well, but they might be limited to the basic local delicacies in the higher Himalayas, which nonetheless are nourishing enough to keep you energized for the Upper Mustang Trek.

    Where do you charge your electronic devices during the Upper Mustang Excursion?

    Charging electronic devices en route to the Upper Mustang can be a hectic experience due to its remoteness, far away from the everyday modern amenities of city areas having only limited access to electricity; hence, it is wise to invest in a high-capacity power bank or carry a few extra pairs of spare batteries that you can get to charge at tea houses where you would be spending the overnight at some additional charge.

    It goes the same way for the internet as well. In the lowly elevated areas, you might not have a problem finding a stable network connection, while some tea houses may offer WiFi, sometimes complimentary, sometimes with an extra cost. There’s no guarantee that the internet connection will be available and reliable all the way, so make sure to purchase local NTC or Ncell SIM cards to connect to your loved ones whenever you receive a good signal.

    What are the permits for the Upper Mustang Valley backpacking?

    Hiking to the Upper Mustang Valley, following the footsteps of the local guide, asks for two specific permits as one of the restricted areas in Nepal, which are the Special Restricted Area Permit (RAP) and the standard Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP).

    The cost of RAP is USD 500 per person for the first 10 days and USD 50 for each additional day, and that of ACAP is NPR 3,000, or approximately USD 30 per entry, which is regulated to conserve the sensitive nature of the region bordering Tibet and conserve the fragile ecosystem of the Himalayas. It also helps to record the number of tourists visiting the Upper Mustang Valley and provide necessary aid in need.

    Why must hire guides and porters to embark on a journey to the Upper Mustang?

    Solly traversing to the Upper Mustang is possible, but only under the careful guidance of government-authorized mountain guides and licensed trekking companies or organizers to ensure the safety of the travelers and contribute to ecotourism.

    Keeping the legal requirements aside, local guides are a must for effective navigation, including rugged terrain, thorough acclimatization, and handling of emergency occurrences, along with the logistical support of having acquired years of local knowledge, culture, and language to help you bridge the cultural gap and language barrier while porters carry heavy loads for you so that you can make the most of your visit to the Upper Mustang.

    Client Reviews
    • Upper Mustang Valley Trek-15 Days

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      Rana (op manager) was organised and responsive, Deu our guide was very professional, kind hearted and thoughtful. Malpa our ported was enthusiastic, jolly and mountain king. The area of upper mustang was harsh at times, remote and also awe inspiring and dramatic landscapes. The culture and small villages were welcoming and very interesting . Thankyou himilayan Adventures for a great trip! Would recommend this trip as a off grid experience!

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      Nathan Philip CastleAustria,Jul 28, 2022
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    • SimaKerem's Review for Upper Mustang valley Trek - 15 Days

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      Beautiful trek,guide Deu and our porter Malpa were great! Beautiful people! an amazing experience, thank you!

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      Sima KeremIsrael,Jul 01, 2022
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