Mustang- the last Forbidden Kingdom in Nepal also known as the Lost Tibetan Kingdom
Mustang Trekking is considered to be relatively easy trekking trails in Nepal, as it passes through the permitted route to Lo Manthang that lies in the very heart of Mustang—the best preserved destination. The trekking to Mustang is all about having trekking through almost treeless barren landscape and barren moonscape of eroded sandstone pillars and discontinuous moraine terraces, which together present a colorful mosaic. It is one of the most mysterious and least known kingdoms, where we can explore a weird and wonderful landscape. Mustang is a remote lies to the north of the Annapurna Region on the Tibetan border. There are numerous of Buddhist monasteries and nunneries, built into forbidding cliffs and mountain ledges. The attractions in Mustang district are, the Kagbeni, a quaint medieval town nestled in apple orchards and encircled by snow mountains and the Lo Manthang, an ancient capital city, built of whitewashed mud bricks and teeming with Buddhist prayer wheels and stupas, seeming to arise from the earth itself. There are very few guesthouses and restaurants in the region and therefore, you need to be well equipped.