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Mustang Tiji Festival 2018

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The Mustang region of western Nepal is one of the country’s most recent districts to be opened to international visitors and trekkers. Until relatively recently it was the Kingdom of Lo and its people lived as part of the Tibetan Himalayan culture. Tibetan languages are still spoken there and the culture, practices, and beliefs of the people are still strongly Tibetan. While the Kingdom of Lo has been a part of Nepal from the late 18th century, the position of monarch, or king, was only abolished by the Government of Nepal in 2008. So the Mustang region offers visitors a glimpse into a unique culture in a stunning high Himalayan desert landscape. A visit to the annual Tiji Festival Trek, the biggest festival in Upper Mustang, is a special experience. This is a chance to look back in time and see mud-walled villages much as they were for centuries. This is also a chance to meet the welcoming people of Mustang, learn a little of their culture and explore some of the most stunning desert landscapes on earth. You will Upper Mustang Trek through what is considered to be the deepest gorge in the world where massive snow-capped Himalayan peaks rim the valley skyline high above you. You will feel tiny as you make your way slowly through this ancient landscape and wonder at nature, and the spirit of the Mustang people. This a very special trek to a very special place. Read More on: http://www.mustangtrekkinginnepal.com/tiji-festival-trek.php

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The Mustang region of western Nepal is one of the country’s most recent districts to be opened to international visitors and trekkers. Until relatively recently it was the Kingdom of Lo and its people lived as part of the Tibetan Himalayan culture. Tibetan languages are still spoken there and the culture, practices, and beliefs of the people are still strongly Tibetan. While the Kingdom of Lo has been a part of Nepal from the late 18th century, the position of monarch, or king, was only abolished by the Government of Nepal in 2008. So the Mustang region offers visitors a glimpse into a unique culture in a stunning high Himalayan desert landscape. A visit to the annual Tiji Festival Trek, the biggest festival in Upper Mustang, is a special experience. This is a chance to look back in time and see mud-walled villages much as they were for centuries. This is also a chance to meet the welcoming people of Mustang, learn a little of their culture and explore some of the most stunning desert landscapes on earth. You will Upper Mustang Trek through what is considered to be the deepest gorge in the world where massive snow-capped Himalayan peaks rim the valley skyline high above you. You will feel tiny as you make your way slowly through this ancient landscape and wonder at nature, and the spirit of the Mustang people. This a very special trek to a very special place. Read More on: http://www.mustangtrekkinginnepal.com/tiji-festival-trek.php

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