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Mustang Teri-La Pass Trek. (30 Days)
Mustang Teri-La Pass Trek. This trekking takes us on a fascinating journey through an area that was until recently closed to foreigners. An exceptional landscape with orange colored rock walls, varicolored canyons and impressive forms of erosion characterize this desert like alpine terrain in the Mustang. This fantastic trekking destination is located on the border of Tibet and with its ancient villages, age-old castles, antique palaces and Tibetan monasteries it offers the visitors a comprehensive insight into the centuries old Tibetan-Buddhist culture. The visit of Mustang is followed by a pioneer trekking over the so far seldom crossed Teri La pass (5577m) to the hidden valleys of Naar Phu, a new trekking area that was opened for foreigners only in 2002. This pioneer trek through forlorn alpine territory combined with the challenges of the variegated terrain provides the participants with an authentic expedition experience. On our trek through the diversified landscapes of Mustang and Naar Phu we have a chance to get in touch with the hospitable inhabitants of this Tibet like region in Nepal. Due to the severe visitor restrictions Naar Phu and Mustang remain still little frequented trekking areas with people that have so far been able to maintain their traditional way of life.

Trekking Days: -› (26)
Total Days: -› (30)
Min. Altitude: -› (2720m./8924ft.)
Max. Altitude: -› (5595m./18356ft.)
Walking Per Day: -› Approximately 5-8hrs
Route Nature: -› Camping [Fully Organized Trekking]
Difficulty: -› Very Hard
Season: -› Autumn/Spring (Sept - Nov /Mar-May).

"The Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang" to "The Lost Valley of Nar Phu" Trek via Teri-La Pass 31 Days

Itinerary in details

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and meet NAT representative at the airport and transfer to Hotel. Welcome drink and short briefing, relax. O/N in Hotel.

Day 2: Full Day Sightseeing to Kathmandu Valley with Tour Guide by private car. O/N in Hotel.

Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara 820m with Tourist Bus 6/7 hours O/N in Hotel.

Day 4: Fly from Pokhara to Jomsom 2720m and trek to Kagbeni 2800m, 3/4 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 5: Trek from Kagbeni to Tsaile 3100m, 5/6 hours (Upper Mustang Restricted Area Permit Entry for 13 days). O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 6: Trek from Tsaile to Ghiling 3570m, 6/7 hours via Rangchung/Chungsi Cave Monastery. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 7: Trek from Ghiling to Tsarang 3560m, 6/7 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 8: Trek from Tsarang to Lo-Manthang 3840m, 7/8 hours via Ghar Gompa & Marang-La Pass 4230m. O/N in Tented Camp.

Day 9: Exploring The Wall City of Lo-Manthang. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 10: Trek from Lo-Manthang to Yara 3900m, 6/7 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 11: Trek from Yara to Tangya 3240m, 6/7 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 12: Trek from Tangya to Yak Kharka 4100m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 13: Trek from Yak Kharka to Samena Khola 4220m, 4/5 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 14: Trek from Samena Khola to Teri-La BC 4630m, 7/8 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 15: Rest Day. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 16: Trek from Teri-La BC to Teri-La High Camp 5100m, 4/5 hours (U. Mustang Restricted Area permit Exit). O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 17: Trek from Teri-La High Camp to Teri-La Phedi 5000m, 6/7 hours via Teri-La Pass 5595m (Naar Phu Restricted Area Permit Entry for 8 days). O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 18: Trek from Teri-La Phedi to Labse Khola 4800m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented

Camp.

Day 19: Trek from Labse Khola to Yak Kharka 4600m, 6/7 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 20: Trek from Yak Kharka to Naar Gaon 4110m, 6/7 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 21: Trek from Naar Gaon to Kyang 3800m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 22: Trek from Kyang to Phu Gaon 3900m, 3/4 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 23: Trek from Phu Gaon to Meta 3560m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 24: Trek from Meta to Koto 2600m, 6/7 hours (Naar Phu Restricted Area Permit Exit). O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 25: Trek from Koto to Taal 1860m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 26: Trek from Taal to Ghermu Phant 1300m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 27: Trek from Ghermu Phant to Bhulbhule 930m, 5/6 hours. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 28: Trek from Bhulbhule 840m, 1/2 hour and drive to Kathmandu by bus 6/7 hours. O/N in Hotel.

Day 29: Full day Sightseeing in World Heritage Sites with Tour Guide by private car. O/N in Hotel.

Day 30: Departure to International Airport

The price included : All the trekking in full board. Lodge trekking. Accommodation & meals in lodges (local meals of good quality, the guide orders the meals) all transport (to/from on places of trek & during trek) accompaniment by a professional guide & a porter for 2 persons for carrying your bag (maximum 20 kg. for 2 persons). Trekking under the tents. The team of trekking with professional guides, cooks,porters.accommodation under tents, meals, prepared by cook. In Kathmandu, welcome at airport, transfer hotel / airport. Two star hotel with breakfast inclusive rooms with shower, hot water.Trekking & national park permit. In Pokhara: Hotel near by lake.
 
 The price does not include:The international plane. The meals in Kathmandu & Pokhara (except breakfast) the drinks (except tea/coffee of breakfast) entry at monuments, cities, museums. The Nepalese visa at airport arrival (US$ 40 in cash) & all airport tax.

Note: All participants have to give a copy of their insurance, with the address, tel and fax number of insurance company. This insurance has to cover the helicopter rescue in case of accident or sickness. In case of your insurance don't cover helicopter rescue, you have to fill a form in Kathmandu and make agreement that you will pay yourself the amount of expenses paid by Nepal Assemble Treks for your helicopter rescue or research. Without this agreement, you cannot participate in trek.

In The trek
 the guide is allowed to change the itinerary, depending of the weather, climate and the physical condition of participants. Each participant who stop his trek or make changes any form of program may not ask any amount of money compensation to the agency. 

1st – 2nd Day, Individual Trip to Kathmandu

On the first day our guests travel individually from their home country to Kathmandu. We will meet them at the airport and bring them to the hotel. Depending on the arrival time they will have time to rest or for exploring the city. Sighseeing world heritage side

3rd Day, From Kathmandu to Pokhara

After breakfast we fly to the beautifully located city on Phewa lake and then drive to our hotel for check in. Afterwards there is time for a stroll along the shores of the lake or for a drink on a sunny lake side terrace.

4th Day, From Pokhara via Jomsom to Kagbeni, 2‘880m

Early in the morning flight to Jomsom where we will be met by our trekking crew (guide, chef and porters/helpers). From Jomsom we proceed to Kagbeni where we spend our first camping night. 

5th - 7th Day, Entering the Kingdom of Mustang, from Kagbeni to Tsarang, 3100m

The route takes us along the Kali Gadanki river bank and over numerous passes to Tsarang. We appreciate the view on the surrounding peaks, e.g. the Nilgiri (7’061m), Tilicho Peak (7’134m) and Annapurna II (7’932m). Exquisitely carved mani walls (stone plates) and forlorn chortens (Buddhist monuments) grace the path through an impressive landscape and towards the hidden villages in the side valleys.

8th - 9th Day, From Tsarang to the Lo- Manthang, 3840m

After crossing the Lo La pass we reach Lo Mantang. From the pass summit we can enjoy a panoramic view on the city and its surroundings. The high city wall, over 500 years old houses with flat roofs and narrow alleys provide this fortress type desert city with a very special character. One day is reserved for the exploration of the city and its surroundings like for example the cave village Chosar or the royal residence Tinghar.

10th to 14th Day, From Loh Mantang to the Teri La Base Camp at 4‘750m

We leave Loh Mantang and start our pioneer trek to Naar Phu. The first leg of the trek takes us from Loh Mantang to the small hamlet Yara Gaon and to Tange, one of the most attractive villages in the kingdom of Mustang. From here we begin our ascent to the Teri La base camp. We leave the inhabited region and trek along the Yak Khola river through remote and isolated mountain terrain towards the Teri La base camp.

15th Day, Rest Day at the Teri La Base Camp at 4630m

Before affronting the exhausting and long crossing of the 5’577m high Teri La pass we enjoy a day of rest in the base camp. Sleeping in, playing cards, reading or doing nothing should be the main activities of this rest day. For those with lots of energy it is possible to take a short walk in the area of the base camp.

16th Day, Over the Teri La High Camp, 5100m 

At day break we begin our ascent to high camp. The route leads through steep scree, between chiseled rocks and over a long moraine to the Teri La high plateau. At the summit we take a rest and admire the view on the surrounding peaks and glaciers of the Damodar Himal massif. The impressive monolith on the Teri La ridge is a distinctive landmark in this isolated mountain area. The remaining hours of this long day take us down to the base camp in the Labse Khola valley on the east side of the of the pass.

17th -18th Day, Labse khola, 4800m

A two day trek takes us down the Labse Khola valley to Naar. On the horizon we can see the impressive peaks of several 6’000m peaks, e.g. the Amotsang Himal (6’392m), the Jomsom Himal (6’581m) and the Kumjung Himal (6’699m). The trek ends in the picturesque village of Naar with its undisturbed view on Pisang Peak (6’092m) and Kang Guru (6’990m).

19th – 20th Day, From Yak Kharka Naar Gaon, 4110m

A two day trek takes us down the Labse Khola valley to Naar. On the horizon we can see the impressive peaks of several 6’000m peaks, e.g. the Amotsang Himal (6’392m), the Jomsom Himal (6’581m) and the Kumjung Himal (6’699m). The trek ends in the picturesque village of Naar with its undisturbed view on Pisang Peak (6’092m) and Kang Guru (6’990m).

20th  - 28th Day, From Naar Gaon to Kathmandu

Today we bid goodbye to our trekking crew and return by jeep to Nepal’s capital. First we drive over bumpy unmade roads to Besi Sahar and from there we proceed in an approx. 7 hours drive to Kathmandu.

29th - 30th Day, Time for Sightseing and Shopping in Kathmandu.

After days of reclusion in the mountains we deserve to be pampered, either by enjoying a drink and a good meal on a terrace in one of Thamel’s famous roof top restaurants, with a sightseeing tour to discover Kathmandu’s past history or with a shopping spree in the city to buy presents for the family and friends at home. In the evening we savor a tasty diner in a good and cozy restaurant in Kathmandu. The final day in Kathmandu is our worst case time reserve.

The time till departure is at the participant’s free disposal. Approx. 3 hours before flight departure we will bring our guests to the airport from where they will either fly home or continue to their next travel destination.

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