14 days of trekking to one of the the last kingdoms of Nepal is a rare privilege which has community of people who have refrained from having contact with the outside world for hundreds of years so their way of life is something to look for.Trek to this restricted area(up until 1992) somewhat resembles Tibetan area since geographically it lies within Tibetan plateau.The major attraction is Lo Manthang ,the capital of the Kingdom which has palace and some beautiful monasteries .To top it all is the humongous cave that still exists which shows how people in the past lived.
- Day 1: Arrival
- Day 2:Exploration of Kathmandu
- Day 3:Flight Kathmandu - Pokhara-Jomsom
- Day 4:Jomsom (2743 m), trek to Kagbeni (2810 m) 3 hrs. Possible roundtrip day trek from Kagbeni to Muktinath (3720 m) and back (6 hrs).
- Day 5:Kagbeni (2810 m) - Chele (3050 m) 6 hrs
- Day 6:Chele (3050 m) - Syangmochen (3800 m) 7-8 hrs
- Day 7:Syangmochen (3800 m) - Tsarang (3560 m) 7 hrs
- Day 8:Tsarang (3560 m) - Lo Manthang (3800 m) 4-5 hrs
- Day 9:Lo Manthang (3800 m).
- Day 10:Day hike to Nyiphu and Garphu monasteries/caves and villages in the north of Lo Manthang.
- Day 11:Lo Manthang (3800 m) - Dhakmar (3820 m) via Ghar Gumba (Loghekar Monastery) 6 hrs
- Day 12:Dhakmar (3820 m) - Ghiling (3570 m) 6 hrs
- Day 13:Ghiling (3570 m) - Samar (3550 m) 6 hrs
- Day 14:Samar (3550 m) - Kagbeni (2810 m) 6-7 hrs
- Day 15:Kagbeni (2810 m) - Jomsom (2750 m) 3 hrs
- Day 16:Flight Jomsom - Pokhara - Kathmandu