Upper Mustang Lomanthang Tiji Festival Jeep Tour is an exclusive opportunity to explore the ancient Tibetan Buddhist festival in the restricted region of the Mustang district. It is located in the Himalayan rain shadow area, beyond the Annapurna region. Tiji festival has its own significance and thousands of travelers look forward to attend on this festival on the suitable day. It is an effort of Nepal Kameleon Holidays to take you to this hidden Kingdom to explore the globally recognized Tiji Festival tour in Lomanthang, including a tour to the Muktinath Temple.
The tour begins from Kathmandu or Pokhara based on your bookings. The driving goes through the remarkable countryside exploring the delighting landscape and the dazzling Himalayas. The Rupse waterfall, apple orchards in Tukuche and Marpha, windy Jomsom and Kagbeni valley are some of the impressive attractions in the lower Mustang. Upper Mustang is a hidden Kingdom and enlisted in the restricted region. The sandy caves, arid region, centuries old monasteries and chhortens are the hidden gems in Upper Mustang. Lomanthang, the stone walled town is the cultural capital of this region.
Tiji festival is celebrated for 3 days to please the Lord and ask the rain. The festival has its connection with the life in the Himalayan rain shadow area. It remains drought throughout the year and rain brings a huge meaning to ease the day to day activities. During the cultural performance in Lomanthang, they perform chorus dance with masque and unique garments.
To book the Jeep Tour to Upper Mustang Lomanthang Tiji Festival, please do not hesitate to contact Nepal Kameleon Holidays via:
WhatsApp: +977 9851159455
Upper Mustang is located in the Restricted Area of Nepal. You need three paperwork- Restricted Area Entry Permit (USD 500/Person), Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit and TIMS Card.
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