Upper Mustang Overland Tour In Nepal
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Upper Mustang Overland Tour

Days 12
Trip Rating 5/5 6 Reviews
From $2260 USD

Upper Mustang Overland Tour Overview

  • Trip Code: CT-10060
  • Package: Upper Mustang Overland Tour
  • Duration: 12 Day(s)
  • Max Alt.: 3,840m/ 12,595 Ft
  • Trip Level:
    Requires some level of experience in trekking with basic physical ability.
  • Transportation: Private vehicles 
  • Accommodation: Hotel | Guest House
  • Best Season: March- April- May-June- July- Aug- Sep- Oct- Nov-
  • Trip Route: Pokhara- Kagbeni- Cheale- Geling - Charang- Lo Manthang- Drakmar -Muktinath - Jomsom- Pokhara

Upper Mustang Overland Tour 2024 Highlights

  • Explore the stunning forbidden kingdom and restricted area of Upper Mustang.
  • Walk around different isolated and remote villages near the Kaligandaki River.
  • Visit Muktinath, one of Nepal's most important Hindu and Buddhist people.
  • Aerial views of mountains like Annapurna Massif, Nilgiri, and Dhaulagiri range during flight to/from Jomsom.
  • Consider visiting the historic King's Palace in Lo Manthang, the oldest structure there.  This five-story white-washed building is a crucial landscape and a glimpse into the region's rich history.
  • Visit ancient temples, charang, and monasteries in this majestic Mustang tour.
  • Experience the beautiful and culturally significant Tiji festival of Mustang.

The Upper Mustang Overland Tour, also known as the Upper Mustang Jeep Tour, is a stunning tour of the Upper Mustang region. This excursion takes you to one of Nepal's most beautiful but restricted areas. This tour is the best way to learn the Tibetan Buddhist culture of the region and also find out why it is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists of Nepal.

If you're looking for an adventurous way to explore the remote and restricted settlements of the Gurung, Thakali, and Tibetan people, then the 12-day jeep tour to Upper Mustang is one of the best options. 

Don't miss out on the opportunity to embark on this incredible journey and discover the hidden wonders of this beautiful region! Mustang is a paradise for unique cultural exploration, where you will find different temples, monasteries, chortens, and mani walls.

During this fantastic Upper Mustang tour, you will visit some of Nepal's most beautiful places. Attractions include Kathmandu, Pokhara, Tatopani, Jomsom, Kagbeni, Lo-Mangthang, Tingkhar Valley, and Namgyal Gompa.

Hence, the Overland Jeep Tour of Upper Mustang is the quickest way to explore the Forbidden Kingdom. For those who don't have three weeks to spare and those who are not physically able to trek through these complicated terrains, this jeep tour is the best alternative to reach one of the most beautiful regions of Nepal.

Brief Itinerary

Day Highlights Altitude
Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu 1,350 m/ 4,428 ft (Kathmandu)
Day 2 Trek Preparation Day And Kathmandu Sightseeing 1,350m/ 4,428 ft. (Kathmandu)
Day 03 Kathmandu to Bandipur 1030m/ 3378 ft
Day 4 Kathmandu – Pokhara – Tatopani (Hot spring) 1190 m / 3,904 ft (tatopani)
Day 5 Tatopani (Hot spring)-  Jomsom – Kagbeni 2,804 m / 9,199 ft (Kagbeni)
Day 6 Kagbeni to Ghami 2950m (Ghami)
Day 7 Ghami to Lo- Manthang 3,840 m / 12,600 ft (Lo- Manthang)
Day 8 Explore Namgyal Gompa & Tingkhar Valley 3370m (Tingkhar Valley)
Day 9 Lo- Manthang –Chhoser – Marpha 2,650 (Marpha)
Day 10 Marpha – Pokhara 822m/ 2,722 ft (Pokhara)
Day 11 Pokhara – Kathmandu 1,350m/4,428ft (Kathmandu)
Day 12 Departure

Upper Mustang Overland Tour Altitude Chart

Upper Mustang Overland Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival in Kathmandu

When you arrive in Kathmandu, the representative of CoreTreks at Tribhuvan International Airport will welcome you. They will then take you to your hotel and help you check-in. The hotels usually have three stars or more, and you will receive complete hospitality. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 1,350 m/ 4,428 ft (Kathmandu)
Meal Included: No Meals
Day 2

Trek Preparation Day And Kathmandu Sightseeing

On the second day of your trek, you will enjoy a delicious breakfast at Kathmandu Hotel before starting your preparations for exploring the Upper Mustang. 

 Remember, since the Upper Mustang lies in a restricted area, you need a special restricted area permit, which can only be issued by the trekking agency. You'll also have amazing Kathmandu sightseeing.

You'll spend your day visiting three places in Kathmandu listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List: Pashupatinath, Swyambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Overnight stay at the Hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 1,350m/ 4,428 ft. (Kathmandu)
Meal Included: Breakfast,
Day 03

Kathmandu to Bandipur

On the third day of the Upper Mustang Overland Tour, you will take an excursion to Bandipur. The Jeep tour takes about five hours, and you can enjoy the stunning scenery of the Kathmandu Valley and other remote villages along the way. This will be a fun drive for the day, and we will return in the evening. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude: 1030m/ 3378 ft
Day 4

Kathmandu – Pokhara – Tatopani (Hot spring)

Today, we will drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara on the beautiful Prithvi highway. Depending on traffic, reaching Pokhara from Kathmandu should take approximately 6 hours. As we drive through the winding highways, we'll take breaks for lunch. The drive to Pokhara is an incredible experience in itself.

Upon driving for a few hours, you will arrive at Pokhara. You should take a break there, indulge in a delicious lunch, and explore the scenic lakeside area.

Once you've filled Pokhara, you must proceed towards Tatopani, where you can rejuvenate yourself in the luxurious Hot Springs. 

Overnight stay at a Hotel either in Pokhara or Tatopani because, in some cases, tourists directly go from Pokhara to Jomsom without stopping in Tatopani.

Maximum Altitude: 1190 m / 3,904 ft (tatopani)
Day 5

Tatopani (Hot spring)-  Jomsom – Kagbeni

The fifth day of the tour takes you to Jomsom and Kagbeni. First, you will have breakfast in Tatopani. The Jeep tour is the best way to explore these beautiful parts of the Annapurna region.

As you move northwest of Tatopani, you will reach the deepest gorge in Nepal, made by the Kali Gandaki River. The said gorge is known as Kali Gandaki Gorge.

From Tatopani, you will see this fantastic attraction like Kali Gandaki Gorge, and you will drive towards Jomsom. Jomsom is one of the region's most beautiful areas. After a brief stroll around Jomsom, you will head towards Kagbeni. 

The wonderful Kagbeni area from your jeep looks stunning. Along the way, you will see apple vineyards where a famous drink named Marpha is prepared for locals and tourists to enjoy. After around seven hours of driving, you'll reach Kagbeni, where you can stroll around and meet local people.

Kagbeni is also a sacred place for Hindu locals visiting for the Shraddha ceremony. The belief is that the spirits of dead people get cleansed, and they will get freedom in the afterlife if their sons participate in the Shraddha ceremony in Kagbeni. Overnight Stay at Hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 2,804 m / 9,199 ft (Kagbeni)
Meal Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 6

Kagbeni to Ghami

The sixth day of this Upper Mustang Overland Tour begins with a delicious breakfast in Kagbeni. After that, you'll start driving towards the local river banks till you reach Chuksang, which lies at an altitude of over 2950m. In this area, you'll come across many ancient caves and some Dhandas, where you can look at majestic photos.

This drive will give you a detailed introduction to the Mustang region, which you might have seen if you have ever been on a Muktinath tour. As you move from the Kaligandaki River, you start driving on the new trail heading towards Samar.

Now, you move forward from Samar, reaching the small village of Syanmochen, before taking a quick breather in Geiling. From Geiling, you start climbing an off-beaten ascent as you drive to Ghami. Ghami lies at an altitude of 3520m. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 2950m (Ghami)
Meal Included: Breakfast
Day 7

Ghami to Lo- Manthang

Today is the seventh day of the trek. After breakfast in Ghami, we will continue your upper-land tour towards Lo Manthang. Many people trek from Ghami to Tsherang and then to Lo-Manthang the next day, but since we are in jeeps, it is possible to reach Lo Manthang today.

In the first one and a half of our tour, we will reach a beautiful village in Tserang. You can stroll around Tserang and visit an old monastery in Ghar Gompa, after which you can continue moving towards Tserang Khola. Another one-hour drive will take you to Lo-Manthang.

Only the King, Queen, and highly respected priests can enter through the vast front gate as others must walk to pay respect to Chenrezig, a highly respected figure for Buddhists. You will have your dinner in the hotel and overnight stay there.

Maximum Altitude: 3,840 m / 12,600 ft (Lo- Manthang)
Meal Included: Breakfast
Day 8

Explore Namgyal Gompa & Tingkhar Valley

Today is the day for exploration, mostly on foot. First, you will visit an essential monastery in Namgyal Gompa that is significant for people who are learning or interested in Buddhism. In around 2 hours, you will thoroughly explore Gompa, after which it's time to move towards the Tingkhar Valley. The Tingkhar Valley is also one of the spots where you can click amazing photos, which leads to a small but beautiful Tingkhar village.

Tingkhar Valley is another significant place to learn about Tibetan culture and tradition. After a few hours in the village, we will return to Lo Manthang. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 3370m (Tingkhar Valley)
Day 9

Lo- Manthang –Chhoser – Marpha

Today, we begin to retrace our steps as your drive moves forward from Lo-Manthang. The first destination is Chhoser, which is about 20 km from Lo-Manthang. Since the terrain is a little tricky, it might take 1 to 1.5 hours to reach Chhoser.

You can have lunch in Chhosar, after which we will move to Marpha. The stunning backdrop of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges will make the tour even more special. After about one hour of extra jeep driving, we will reach Marpha, where you will have dinner and stay overnight at the hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 2,650 (Marpha)
Meal Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 10

Marpha – Pokhara

The drive back to Pokhara continues, and today, we will cover about 60 km from Marpha to Kathmandu. The stunning views along the driveway make the tour very special. The enormous cliffs of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and other mountains are visible from the highway.

Once you arrive in Pokhara after a long drive, you can check in at your hotel for some rest. Afterward, you can explore the city and its local pubs or take a boat ride on Fewa Lake. You can then return to the hotel for dinner and spend the night there.

Maximum Altitude: 822m/ 2,722 ft (Pokhara)
Day 11

Pokhara – Kathmandu

Another 8-hour drive awaits us as we travel from Pokhara to Kathmandu. Today is the last day of your adventurous Upper Mustang Overland Tour. You might be getting sick of riding a jeep throughout your 12-day trip, but since today is the previous day, you'll forget all the bumps you have taken, enjoy the travel, and remember the best days from this tour.

You will arrive in Kathmandu in the afternoon or evening. After arriving, you will be checked into your hotel. In the evening, you can briefly stroll around Kathmandu Valley to shop, visit local pubs and clubs, or stay in your hotel. Since Today is the final day of your tour, you will receive a complimentary farewell dinner from us. Overnight stay at Kathmandu hotel.

Maximum Altitude: 1,350m/4,428ft (Kathmandu)
Drive Approx.: 8 hour
Day 12


The last day of the Upper Mustang Overland Tour begins with breakfast at the Kathmandu Hotel. Based on the time of your flight, you will either relax in your hotel or prepare to check out.

Our representative will help you check out with your luggage and drive you to the airport in a private vehicle. This concludes your fantastic tour, and we hope you enjoyed your stay in Nepal. We hope to see you again if you want to enjoy the same tour or other treks from Coretreks.

Not satisfied with this itinerary? CoreTreks offers a customized itinerary option that allows you to personalize your trek according to your preferences and requirements.

Upper Mustang Overland Tour Cost Mentions

Trip Includes

  • Airport transfers by Private Vehicles.
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers' Information Management System & Annapurna Conservation area permit (Please bring two passport-size photos).
  • Special permit for Upper Mustang.
  • During the tour, three daily meals with tea/coffee (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
  • Farewell dinner in a traditional Nepali restaurant with cultural performances.
  • Twin-sharing accommodation during the Tour. (7 Nights).
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide. His food, accommodation, salary, and equipment. Accident insurance.
  • Local and government taxes.
  • Personal care & attention.
  • Standard twin-sharing accommodation in three-star hotels in Kathmandu & Pokhara, breakfast included. (5 Nights).
  • Kathmandu—Pokhara—Jomsom—Lo Manthang—Tatopani—Kathmandu by Luxury 4 Wd Jeep. (A private vehicle is also available at an additional cost if you want both ways.)

Trip Excludes

  • Personal mountaineering gears
  • Travel and Rescue Insurance
  • Tipping to the crew.
  • Optional trips and sightseeing if extended
  • Visa fee: You can obtain a visa quickly upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu.
  • All kinds of beverages, including mineral water, Phone calls, laundry, and hot shower during the Mustang Tour
  • International airfare and airport departure tax

Upper Mustang is a place of several monasteries that are worth visiting. Here is a list of some of them:

1. Chungsi Cave Monastery near Syanmochen/Samar: This monastery belongs to the Ningmapa sector of Buddhism and has a "Chhevum Bhumba" structure made of stone and soil. The major statues and images here include Tara Devi, the Statue of Guru Rinpoche, and Jhoao Chasapani.

2. Tashi Chyoling Gompa, Ghiling: This monastery is 571 years old and belongs to the Ngorpa sub-Sect of the Sakyapa sect. The major monastic rituals here include Molam, Mandala Puja, Ketor Puja, Dhukpa Chesi, Kangso Chyachchha, and Kangso Puja. The major statues and images here include Sakyamuni, Jhampa, NgorChen, Padma Samabhawa, Chhepame, Dalai Lama, and Lhobo Khenjen (Ghhenchen).

3. Lo Geme Shad Drup Darkeling Gompa, Ghami: This Sakyapa sect monastery is 590 years old and was founded by Sonama Lodo. The major monastic rituals here include Heverja, Khyuri Dhunmje, and Mela. The major statues and images here include Buddha Pravamandal 2'6" high, Bajra Satwa 2'3" high, Buddha Statue 2'9" high, Ngor Chhen Kunga Sangpo, Sakyamuni, Dorjesemba, Midhukpa.

4. Jhampa Gompa, Lomanthang: This Sakya sect monastery was established in 1387 AD and houses gold-painted tantric Mandalas. The major monastic rituals here include Molam Chhyang and Ngyugne. The major statues and images here include Jhamapa Chhempo, Rhikpa Jampa, Dharma Birwa, and Lhamu Hoser Chenge Singham.

5. Thupchen Gompa, Lomanthang: This Sakyapa sect monastery was established in the 15th century and has wooden beams in Dukhang carrying the Buddhist mantra inside the Gompa. The major statues and images here include Thupchen, Namgyal Chhorten, Chen Tejik, Jampalyang Gurun Rinpoche, Dhristrarastra, Baishnawan, and Birudhak Birupaksya.

6. Chhyode Gompa, Lomanthang: This Sakyapa sect monastery was established in 1757 AD and has beautiful Thanka and Images. The major monastic rituals here include Tenchi, Saka Dhawa, Lolam, Bayang Yaarne, Lhabap, and Duchhen. The major statues and images here include Dorje Sonnu, Dorje Dhhang, and Sange Thukpa.

7. Chhujung Gompa, near Lomanthang: This Sakyapa sect monastery.

8. Garghu Dhejing Chhyoling Gompa, Garphu, Chhoser: This Ningmapa sect of Sakyapa monastery is 500 years old. The major monastic rituals here include Chyuchi Ngyugne, Mahakala Puj, Hyum, Kengyur, Tengyur, Ghyutor, and Chhempo. The major statues and images here include Guru Rinpoche, Dhorje Chhyang, Chhewang Lhindu, and Siiji Shhyamjo. The monastery has the footprint of Guru Rin

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


You can get mineral or sparkling water during your tour or buy it in city areas like Kathmandu and Pokhara. We also recommend you carry water purification tablets. Do not drink the water directly from the tap or hand pumps, so ask for filtered and boiled drink water. It may cost extra for the hot drinking water services.


The highest elevation we reached during this Jeep tour is Namgyal Gompa, which is 3950m.


You need three permits to explore the Upper Mustang restricted area, and they are:

  • Restricted Area Permit
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit
  • TIMS card

The Upper Mustang Jeep Tour is not very hard. It ranges from an easy to moderate level of difficulty. Some people may face trouble due to high altitude, cold weather conditions, and rapid wind pace.


The Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang, also known as Upper Mustang, is located in the west-northern region of Nepal. Until 1992, it was a restricted kingdom, and only Kings and Queens could enter. However, Upper Mustang is a restricted region where you can trek or tour with a special permit.

Additional Information


  • Explore a comfortable and convenient trek to the Overland Tour of Upper Mustang with CoreTreks. 
  • Coretreks handles all the permits and papers needed to travel to restricted regions of Nepal, such as the Upper Mustang.
  • Coretreks arranges all the logistics for your treks, making navigating and worrying about transportation services easy.
  • Coretreks also plans and implements food and Accommodation services so that you will receive the best services during your trek.
  • CoreTreks has experienced guides that will assist you and make sure your trek is secure. They also provide necessary information on the places you will visit and 

It is essential to know that before heading out for 12 days on the Upper Mustang Overland Tour, you must issue some essential permits. Only if you have these permits will you be eligible for this tour, especially in restricted areas like Mustang.

Restricted Area Permit

One of the special permits is the restricted permit that your trekking agency must issue for you. First, you must need at least two members on a tour; another criterion is paying $500 for ten days. The charge for the extra day costs $50 per day.

Annapurna Conservation Area Permit

To trek through Mustang, you must obtain a permit from the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). The trekking trail passes through the Annapurna conservation area, which stretches throughout Mustang, and failure to obtain this permit violates the law. 

The permit fee is essential to protecting the area's flora and fauna and developing trails in the Annapurna region. Therefore, obtain the permit before starting your trek to avoid legal consequences.

Permit Cost:

  • NRs. 1000 / approx $10 per person: SAARC nationals: 
  • NRs. 3000 / approx $ 30 per person: Fee for other foreign nationals



When discussing the best time to go on a trek or tour in Nepal, many people often suggest the Spring and Autumn seasons. The Spring Season is from March to May, whereas the Autumn Season is from September to November.

However, you can add one more season for the Mustang tour: the Summer / Monsoon season. The Summer / Monsoon season in Nepal starts from June to August. Generally, during the monsoon season, Nepal experiences relentless rainfall, but since Mustang lies in the rain shadow area, this region is unaffected by rainfall.

Only the lower altitude locations in the Mustang region experience rainfall, which affects the places and makes the trails more slippery and wet. So, for this Upper Mustang Tour, the best month of touring or trekking is March to November.

Remember, you must be careful during the monsoon season in lower altitude areas, as there is a chance of frequent rainfall and a higher risk of floods and landslides.

The worst season for the Upper Mustang Overland Tour is winter. Although it is possible to trek the region in winter, the harsh weather and intense cold can make your experience much more challenging. The temperature during the day is still cold, ranging from around 5 to 8 degrees. It decreases well below -15 degrees in the evening and sometimes reaches -20 degrees.

The wind pressure is quite relentless, and there is a considerable possibility of snowstorms, blizzards, and avalanches. The dynamic weather change will surprise you: one minute, you will be staring at a shining sun, and the next, you might get pelted by rapid winds or a heavy hailstorm.


The Upper Mustang Overland Tour lasts 12 days. During these 12 days, you will stay in accommodation facilities we curated for seven days. These facilities can be hotels, lodges, or tea houses. 

You won't need to bring tents during your tour as all regions have lodging facilities. Accommodations are usually shared, and you'll have a room with an attached bathroom whenever possible.

To make your sleep warm and cozy, all beds come with warm pillows, blankets, mattresses, bed sheets, etc. Cold-water showers are available in these tea houses, but you must pay extra for hot showers.

The accommodation facilities in Kathmandu and Pokhara will differ from those of tea houses in Lo-Mangthan, Kagbeni, Jomsom, Muktinath, and Upper Mustang. In city areas like Kathmandu and Pokhara, you can stay in three—to five-star hotels with all the services, which is not the case in basic lodges and teahouses in remote, restricted locations.


The Upper Mustang Overland tour ranges from easy to moderate in difficulty. The primary factor creating difficulty in this tour is the altitude. During your Upper Mustang tour, you will reach an altitude of over 3900m as you reach Nyangal Gompa, Sky Cave, and Tingkhar Valley.

The chance of altitude sickness is relatively high as you pass an altitude of 3000m. You will start feeling symptoms like headache, fever, nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath, etc. Even on a Jeep Tour, you will feel acute mountain sickness if your body is not acclimatized.

Unlike other treks, the Jeep Tour comprehensively reduces other difficulty factors, such as distance, duration, fatigue, etc. However, weather, climate, temperature, and altitude still make the journey fascinating and challenging.


Pay attention to your packing list if you want to make your Upper Mustang trek or tour fun and create never-before-made memories. Some essential items, such as clothing, medical healthcare, toiletries, or equipment and gear, are prerequisites for any trek or tour in Nepal.

  • Money
  • Camera
  • Hiking shirts
  • First aid kit
  • Hooded rain jacket
  • Heavyweight winter gloves
  • Headlight with extra batteries
  • Sunscreen
  • Lightweight gloves
  • Thermal bottle
  • Waterproof jacket and pants
  • Winter hat insulating hat
  • Polypropylene underwear
  • Nail clippers
  • Essential gear
  • Toothbrush
  • Cell phone
  • Water purification
  • Backpack or daypack
  • Medium-size drying towel
  • Watch
  • Trekking pole
  • Fleece jacket
  • Toothpaste
  • Binoculars
  • Toiletries
  • Sleeping bag
  • Long sleeved shirt
  • Hiking Boots
  • Sweater
  • Small mirror
  • Deodorant floss
  • Notebook and pen
  • Personal accessories
  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Face/body wipes
  • Extra passport-size photos and photocopies of passport
  • Bio-degradable bar soap
  • Down jacket
  • Lightweight cotton pants
  • Sunglass with UV protection
  • T-Shirt (bring Lightweight wool)
  • Thick wool socks 



Hiring at least one guide is essential during your Upper Mustang Overland Jeep Tour. The guide will help you navigate from one place to another and will also help keep you safe and secure from known and unknown circumstances.

You are choosing a guide essential to making your excursion fun and safe. These guides must be highly experienced, qualified by the Nepal Tourism Board, speak multiple languages, and know how to deal with emergencies and uncommon situations in the mountains.

The foremost objective of the guide is your safety. Guides will help you with all kinds of safety concerns. From issuing permits to maintaining an acclimatization plan, everything depends on guides. Be sure to follow their instructions, as they are highly qualified and experienced in such rough terrain.


Hence, your 12-day Upper Mustang Overland Tour is the best way to explore Upper Mustang if you don't have much time for a trek. Moreover, this tour is also for those who don't have the physical stamina or capability to go on a challenging and strenuous Upper Mustang Trek.

So, if you want to visit one of the most beautiful restricted areas in Nepal and explore in a comfortable 4WD Jeep bus, make sure to book your first Overland Jeep tour of Upper Mustang.

Upper Mustang Overland Tour Reviews

Amazing Upper Mustang Adventure

From: Denmark | On: 15 Mar, 2023

I recently had the pleasure of taking the Upper Mustang Tour with CoreTreks, and it was an incredible experience from start to finish. The team at CoreTreks was incredibly professional and knowledgeable, providing me with all the information I needed to prepare for the trek and answering any questions I had along the way.

The Upper Mustang region itself is absolutely breathtaking, with its unique landscape of red cliffs, white-washed villages, and stunning mountain views. The trek was challenging at times, but our guide and porter were there every step of the way to offer support and encouragement.

One of the highlights of the trip for me was getting to experience the local culture and customs of the Mustang region. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about the history and traditions of the area, and he took us to visit local monasteries, temples, and other cultural landmarks.

Throughout the trek, the team at CoreTreks ensured that we were well-fed and comfortable, with delicious meals and cozy accommodations in tea houses along the way. They also went above and beyond to ensure our safety and well-being, taking care of any issues or concerns that arose.

Overall, I highly recommend CoreTreks to anyone looking to explore the Upper Mustang region. Their expertise, professionalism, and attention to detail made the experience truly unforgettable. Thank you, CoreTreks, for an amazing adventure!

a significant overland tour of upper mustang

From: New Zealand | On: 15 Jan, 2023

CoreTreks demonstrated their expertise and professionalism in delivering an unforgettable journey. The itinerary was well-planned, allowing us to explore the mesmerizing landscapes of Upper Mustang while immersing ourselves in the rich cultural heritage of the region. The accommodations provided were comfortable and reflected the local charm.

The team at CoreTreks was highly knowledgeable and passionate about the area. Our guide was not only experienced but also went above and beyond to ensure our safety and enjoyment throughout the trip. They shared fascinating insights into the history, traditions, and customs of the Mustang region, enhancing our overall understanding and appreciation. The logistics were flawlessly executed, from transportation arrangements to permits and paperwork. CoreTreks' attention to detail and seamless organization allowed us to focus solely on soaking in the beauty of our surroundings.

Furthermore, CoreTreks' commitment to sustainable tourism and responsible travel practices was evident throughout the trip. They prioritized preserving the natural environment and fostering positive interactions with the local communities, leaving a positive impact on the region.

Overwhelming overland tour of Mustang

From: United States | On: 22 Sep, 2019

Honestly, I was overwhelmed with everything that we were experiencing in Nepal. I did not mean this in a negative way whatsoever. There is so much to explore in Nepal. We chose Mustang for our touring purposes because we wanted to experience the Tiji festival which is widely famous among the Sherpa culture.


The tour was filled with scenery of isolated villages and people of the Himalayas. The country is diverse in terms of culture and landscape. It’s really inspiring to see all the people from different castes making a living together. We also had an opportunity to see the Sky caves, which is fantastic. The fact that, it was built by humans is just so much to process. The mountains of Nepal reflects that the country is secured by nature.


The trip would not have been possible without our travelling partner CoreTreks. They are a team of professionals who guided us throughout the trip and informed us about different unknown facts about Nepal. They are really patient with travelers and that is why I suggest you to check them out if you plan on trekking or touring in Nepal.

Exploring Mustang

From: Australia | On: 13 Sep, 2018

Mustang is a really amazing place to travel in Nepal. The place is filled with ancient structures and rich in culture. We went around Mustang exploring a lot things that are not talked outside the local area. The local settlements in Mustang and the people there are really inspiring and hardworking.


During our trip to Mustang we visited Pokhara city, old monasteries, old caves, and also observed the Tiji festival. It was a blessing for us to be able to explore such a beautiful place where positive believes rule over the people in Himalayas.


I cannot recommend CoreTreks more for your trip to Nepal. They are a highly professionals with a ton of experience of touring different regions of Nepal and are trustworthy. If you plan on booking a trip to Nepal, I definitely recommend CoreTreks as they are the best touring and trekking agency in Nepal.

Awesome gateway

From: United Kingdom | On: 03 Nov, 2018

Nepal is a really amazing gateway for people looking to spend their holiday travelling the world. I have to say, whether it’s for scenery or for the cultural background of the country. It is the ideal destination for travelers, especially for trekkers.


During our trip to Mustang region of Nepal, we got to observe different ancient monuments which are still protected and preserved. The hardworking Sherpas of the local settlements has a set of believes that they will not give up to anytime soon. I was really inspired by the fact that they are still so happy with so little.


If you want to experience the tour as well, I would recommend you to go through CoreTreks and their packages for travelers and trekkers. They are a team of highly dedicated professionals who are expert in touring and travelling in Nepal.

Exciting tour of Nepal

From: United States | On: 19 Mar, 2016

Our trip to Nepal was really exciting and filled with exhilarating activities. We chose the overload tour of Upper Mustang which was really fun. During the whole tour we discovered different cultural and geographical aspects of Nepal.


The untapped scenery of Nepal is really admirable. We were lucky enough to be there during Tiji festival. The festival is representation of how the devil loses against the deity. It is really interesting and inspiring. The people in Nepal are really hardworking and full of positivity.


I would like to thank CoreTreks for making this trip possible. They offer really affordable packages for different touring and travelling in Nepal. If you plan on touring Nepal as well, I recommend you to go through the offers of CoreTreks as they are best at what they do.

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