Upper Mustang is a region located in the north-central part of Nepal, nestled in the rain shadow of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges. Here are some key details about Upper Mustang:

Location: Upper Mustang is situated in the Trans-Himalayan region of Nepal, bordering Tibet to the north. It is part of the Mustang District, which is in the Gandaki Zone of Nepal.

Altitude: The region has a high elevation, with most of its area above 3,000 meters (9,800 feet). The capital of Upper Mustang, Lo-Manthang, is at an elevation of around 3,800 meters (12,467 feet).

Cultural Significance:
Tibetan Influence: Upper Mustang has a strong Tibetan cultural influence, and the people are of Tibetan origin. The region was once a part of the Tibetan Empire and shares many cultural and religious ties with Tibet.

Lo Manthang: The capital of Upper Mustang is Lo Manthang, a walled city that was the seat of the former Mustang Kingdom. The Mustang has a medieval atmosphere and is known for its historic monasteries, Chortens, and traditional mud-brick houses.
Upper Mustang offers a unique and off-the-beaten-path experience for those interested in exploring a remote and culturally rich region in the Himalayas.

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