Upper Mustang Tiji Festival Trek is the mystical trekking in Nepal. Witness the amazing festival of the people of Lo Man Thang the capital town or forbidden kingdom.
Nepal Hiking Himalaya presents the magical cultural journey to the restricted and preserved land of Nepal. It is up in the Himalayas behind the Annapurna region of Nepal.
The journey of the Upper Mustang Tiji Festival Trek starts with the flight to Jomsom from Pokhara. Jomsom is known as the windiest town of Annapurna Region of Nepal. Walking starts from here along the Kaligandaki River towards Upper Mustang.
Upper Mustang Tiji Festival Trek
Tiji Festival is the best and renowned festival in the region. It is celebrated among the locals in order to mark the victory of the Dorje Jono the saint prince over evil demon father. He was threatening the region and causing the havoc. The myth is very real. The readings on monasteries prove it.
The destruction and devastation nearly washed away the people and their existence. Dorje Jono then won against the evil and chased him away. The colourful clothes and prayers make the region vibrant during the festive time. Usually, the festival takes place in particular date April or May.
The calendar for 2020-21 is yet to be released and once it is released we will publish the event on our website. The journey presents you the chance to experience the amazing traditions, rituals and culture. It is about the people of Lo Man Thang.
Nepal is the republic nation after overthrowing the royal family. However, Upper Mustang still practices the traditional monarchy. Tibetan culture is highly prevalent in the area. It is about ancient identity. Moreover, people have pride on their culture.
Other than the amazing festival the natural beauty of the place to ignites the trekkers. The mystical holes on the walls, deepest gorge of the world and Himalayas view are its features. It gives back all the worth invested on the trip.
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