Upper Mustang trek begins from Jomsom in the wake of taking a grand flight from Pokhara, driving you to the concealed Shangri-La of the antiquated Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, additionally called Lo. Lo used to be a piece of the Tibetan domain, and is thusly firmly associated with Tibet. Tibetan Buddhism is as yet being honed in an exceptionally unadulterated frame and towns are worked in Tibetan style, with white washed houses with kindling tucked on the rooftops. As of not long ago you could just come to Upper Mustang Trek with a completely composed outdoors trek. In any case, these days a few villagers have opened up little guesthouses/teahouses and you can remain in a guesthouse in each overnight place. While remaining there, you are welcome to sit with them in the kitchen. In Tibetan culture, the kitchen is the focal point of the house, and manufactured like a sort of family room. So there is no better approach to take in somewhat about the day by day life than investing energy in the kitchen!
The way of life and convention as well as the scene is particularly identified with Tibet. Horse lies in the rain shadow of the Dhaulagiri and you stroll in an entire devastate scene, encompassed by rocks in all sort of hues and strange formations.In this fruitless scene the towns with their splendid hued fields resemble desert gardens. The trail takes after the salt parade course of the past times, amid which the general population of Mustang exchanged Tibetan salt with grain from the marshes. The objective of the Upper Mustang trek is the capital of Upper Mustang, Lo Manthang. Lo Manthang is a medieval old town, encompassed by a tremendous town divider. From the Lo La pass (3950m) you can see the town shining out yonder in the infertile scene. Entering Lo Manthang through the town door you enter an alternate world. It is recently great to meander through the restricted back roads. On a few corners of the road you can discover little gatherings of ladies turning fleece and talking about the news of the day.
Toward the finish of the evening huge crowds of goats are being let through the city door and through the limited rear ways, back to their sheds, which are inside the town. In Lo Manthang you can discover the royal residence of the ruler, a tremendous 4 story high building. At the point when the ruler is at home, you can even visit him now and then. The ruler doesn’t have any genuine power any longer, however is obviously still exceedingly regarded by his kin. Moreover, there are a couple of lovely huge cloisters, for instance the Thugchen Gompa, worked in the fifteenth century. Or, on the other hand visit the amchi exhibition hall and amchi school. An amchi is a conventional Tibetan specialist. There are 2 amchis living in Lo Mangtang, which are additionally the official specialists of the lord. They established a school to save this old knowledge. Likewise fascinating is a ride by stallion to Chhoser, where you can visit a little religious community and extremely old give in staying, arranged high in the stones.