Mustang trek is an exploration of the concealed valleys of upper Mustang, nestled between Tibet and the Himalayas – a place different from the rest of the world. The wall city of Lo-manthang used to be a part of Tibetan kingdom of Gungthang until 1830sThe early history of Lo-manthang is embellished in myths and legends rather then the recorded facts. Even though the upper Mustang is changing it still surprises the visitors with its stunning vista and the stubborn way it cling to its unique culture. Indeed the culture is fighting back, crumbing art works and being restored.
Crumbing monasteries have been rebuilt and refilled with the sound of bald-headed children in robes studying the ancient Buddhist ways. There are around 275 houses in Lo-Mangthang having four castes: the royal caste, the everyday folk, the blacksmiths and the butchers and millers. The royal palace roof has solar panels on it now a day, along with a small herb garden of various holy decorations, flapping flags and of course stacked firewood. There was a time when it was the mandatory of certain family to supply the firewood for the royal family. Sky burial and polyandry are still remaining practice in this upper mustang region. Thus upper Mustang trekking is once in a lifetime destination to explore the fascinating medieval walled kingdom