Mustang, which was once an isolated and independent Tibetan kingdom, is now a part of Nepal lying on the North of Annapurna region, in the Trans-Himalayan zone. The rugged terrain and mountains, the ferocious Kali-Gandaki river craving the valleys below, make Mustang one of the most famous trekking destinations in Nepal.
Mustang is also famous among the Hindu pilgrims who come to pay their devotion at Muktinath Temple in Mustang. Kagbeni, at the bank of Kali-Gandaki, is a gateway to Upper Mustang which was once a forbidden Kingdom-‘The Kingdom of Lho’.
Here are top 10 things to do in Manang/Mustang.