A fortress in the sky, the last forbidden kingdom of Tibetan culture ” – The Washington Post
Walk through the ancient salt trade route that connected the Asian continent from north to south. – A hub for Bon religion before the emergence of Tibetan Buddhism. – Wanderlust into some of the best preserved cultural and religiously important findings in the world.
One of the long restricted and preserved destinations Lo Manthang has some of the most unique landscapes in comparison to its counterparts, the almost treeless barren landscape and a barren moonscape of eroded sandstone pillars and discontinuous moraine terraces, which together present a colorful mosaic made of the natural earth pigments of the reds, yellows, browns and blues. A picturesque white painted villages and Tibetan monasteries, which set against a backdrop of the distant snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. The capital of the kingdom of Mustang, this city contains the richest surviving collection of 15th century Buddhist Mandalas in the world
Come and uncover the mystery!