About Mustang Adventure Trek

Mustang Adventure Trek Pvt. Ltd. is a trekking company established by Tsewang J. Bista, nephew of the Late King of Mustang, who has been working in this field since 1994, a few years after Mustang was opened up to the outside world. MAT is a member of the TAAN, NMA and has been registered under the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation Nepal. The philosophy of the company: Is to provide all visitors an unmatched experience of the Himalayan region of Nepal. We wish to offer private journeys which in simple terms refer to offering clients trekking experience which is unique and matches their personal likes and abilities.

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Some Facts About Mustang

Mustang, the “fertile plain” straddles the Himalayas and extends northward onto the Tibetan plateau where the former Lo Kingdom of Mustang is found. To the east lies the Marsyangdi River and to the west lies the world’s deepest gorge, carved out by the wild waters of the Kaligandaki.

Mustang was a lost kingdom of Tibet and although it is now part of Nepal now, traditions and cultures remain purely Tibetan.

Residing in the rain shadow of the Dhaulagiri, life in Mustang revolves around tourism, animal husbandry and trade.

The administrative centre of Mustang is at Jomsom which has had an airport since 1962 and has become the main tourist entry point since Mustang was opened to western tourists in 1992.

The biodiversity of the region – entire hillsides swiped with pink and red rhododendron forests bursting with birdsong.

Cultural trails in the region take into the homes of Gurungs in the lowlands, the hospitality of Thakalis around Jomsom, Manangis in the east and Tibetans in the arid north.

The mystical ‘Kingdom of Lo’ or Upper Mustang, the last example of living Tibetan culture in Nepal, used to be part of the Tibetan empire, and is therefore closely related to Tibet.

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