Overview Mustang Tiji Festival Trekking is a treat for travelers due to the sandy terrain, beautiful yak caravans, stunning mountain views, and old monasteries. And, as traditional clothes, Tibetan culture, and spiritual aspects of the region. The walk includes the most important festival of the walled capital of Lo-Manthang As well as beautiful Mustang villages, Buddhist shrines, and spiritual qualities in the region. This Trek allows you to experience the vibrant Tibetan culture of Lo, the last forbidden kingdom in Tibet. The Upper Mustang Tiji Festival Trek begins when you arrive at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. After a picturesque flight from Pokhara, the trip will begin in Jomsom. Tiji Festival Mustang not only provides an opportunity to see mighty mountain ranges such as Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Tukuche Peak (6920m), Nilgiri (7061), Tilicho Peak (7134m), Thorong Peak (6144m), Saribung (6328m), Mustang Himal (6187m), Manshail (6235m) but also allows visitors to learn about the fascinating local culture and Himalayan way of life. It’s a journey into a place with a long history and well-preserved culture. The “chasing of the demons” Mustang Tiji Festival recalls the story of Dorje Jono. Who must combat his demon father to save the kingdom of Mustang from annihilation? Festivals and dances influenced by Tibetan Buddhism can be seen while enjoying the warm hospitality of the people of Lo-Manthang. Every culture aficionado should go on the Mustang Tiji Festival Trek at least once in their lives. Swiss Family Treks and Expedition’s Mustang Tiji Festival Trek is well-equipped to make your stay comfortable. We ensure that you have a rich experience of the native culture and natural beauty of the region. By providing constant assistance from trek leaders and company personnel. We have consistently outperformed our competition, and we regard our previous clients’ glowing testimonials as important honors. Our fantastic trek packages and high-quality service will ensure that you have the best trekking experience in Nepal. Please be aware that in the event of inclement weather, domestic flights may be delayed. This cultural tour was created by Trexmount Ventures to observe the Mustang Tiji Festival. As well as to investigate hidden social structures and take in the breathtaking surroundings. On the tour, there are other attractions. Discover a unique and amazing culture, local social structure, breathtaking mountain views, a beautiful river valley, and diverse scenery. Trexmount Ventures offers a customizable itinerary to meet the interests and plans of its clients. The return journey passes through holy Muktinath in the lower Mustang, which is popular for its 108 spouts of pure natural spring water. Muktinath, which means “liberation,” is a Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage place. They have a deep belief that bathing in the 108 spouts will liberate them from their life’s sins. We return to Jomsom by descending via the Kaligandaki River’s parched, windswept valley. Enjoy the gorgeous flight back to Pokhara, which features the tranquil Phewa Lake. Tiji celebrates the victory of Buddha’s incarnation and Dhorji Sonam over a demon known as Ma Tam Ru Ta, who wreaked havoc on people’s livestock by causing storms and droughts. Join us at the Tiji festival We hold the Mustang Tiji Festival every year. Trekking to the Himalayan Kingdom of Mustang in search of the Tiji Festival, a three-day event known as “The Chasing of Demons” and one of the region’s most important festivals. Monks clad in extravagant costumes and masks perform dances and rituals to ward off evil spirits during the holiday season. People from all around Mustang assemble in Lo Monthang to celebrate the Tiji Festival, dressed up in their finest. Of course, lodge reservations are in advance.