The Upper Mustang is situated in an average altitude of 4,000 meters. The valley of Mustang is a part of Tibetan plateau geologically and culturally. Lo-Manthang is the capital of Mustang district and it’s possible to visit king palace in Lo-Manthang. It is a medieval city surrounded by big wall. This part is rain shadow area so even in the monsoon season there will be not much rain, so during the month of June-August, still possible to do trekking in the upper Mustang. Aong the way you can see colorful rock formations consisting many caves dwelling high up in the cliffs. The People of Mustang follows Tibetan Buddhism in a pure form There are some ancient and important big monasteries in Mustang valley which has their own spiritual norms and values. This place was once important part of Tibet for trading, upper Mustang is used by salt caravans crossing the Himalayas into Nepal. It’s beautiful rugged landscape; it offers majestic and eye-catching views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and many more mountains in the region. You can see Mani walls, Buddhist shrines, gompas, palace are another prime attraction of here. Upper Mustang trekking requires a special permit for foreigners since it is a restricted valley. It was open for foreigner in 1992, since then hundreds of visitors visit every year in order to enjoy and explore the beauty of nature and people.