• How expensive is Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Royal Mustang Trek is a lavish and luxurious trek with 5-star accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara and lavish accommodation even during the trek so it is a comfortable and cozy trek intended for family treks, honeymoon trek and so on for relaxed trekking experience. So, it is a high-budget trek in the Annapurna Region of Nepal which ranges from USD 3,000.00 up to USD 5,500.00 or more depending upon the services you choose and as per your requirements and specification. If you are looking for a low-budget version of this trek, please feel free to contact us.

  • How difficult is Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Royal Mustang Trek is a relatively easy and luxurious trek in the Annapurna Region of Nepal.

  • Is it safe to go for Royal Mustang Trek after Earthquake?

    The earthquake of 2015 had an adverse effect on the trekking trails and the local inhabitants back then but now after the patience and positive attitude of the people along with their effort and collaboration from several donors, the trails are totally recovered and fine for trekking again. Though the lifestyle of people is somehow still lagged behind in some reasons because of trekkers and their contributions, they’ve got a light of hope that they will rise again.

  • What is the best time for Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Although trekking is done throughout the year here, in general, this trek is recommended from April to June and September to November as the top finest months for this luxurious trek.

  • Are there any hospitals or medicals during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    There are several health posts along the trail where basic medical facilities are available whereas there is a hospital at Jomsom which is the district headquarter of Mustang. As well as, the trails are well-facilitated with roads for ambulances in case of emergency. However, it is preferred to have your regular medicines with you if you are using any. 

  • What will happen in the case of emergency during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    In the case of emergency, our highly experienced and determined trekking staffs and guides who are the inhabitants of this region and are professional in these fields would guide you with the best instruction according to the situation. They are well aware of every kind of risks and the solutions and they would be in touch with the company along with your trekking session, so there is no reason to worry about, just enjoy the trek.

  • What foods and accommodations can we expect during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    During Royal Mustang Short Trek, you would be staying overnight at tea-houses or lodges and you will be served with traditional Nepali dishes like Dal-Bhat.

  • Why to choose Nepal Mountain Trekkers for Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Nepal Mountain Trekkers is a travel agency formed with the involvement of highly experienced and professional trekkers with an experience of more than two decades in trekking in the Himalayas. Moreover, we do have staffs from all the special parts of the country to provide you with the proper and adequate information and make you enjoy the best of your trip. In our years of experience, none of our clients had any complaint or dissatisfaction from our company and till now all our previous clients highly recommend our team to their friends and family which is the reason behind our dedication and diligence. Once you trek with our team, you will surely think of visiting Nepal time and again with us like our other clients.

  • Why do we need a guide and porter for Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    It is necessary to take a highly experienced and licensed guide to instruct you and help you explore the best of this trek as well as to take care of you during the trek. If you go trekking without a guide then you won't get to know the things you ought to explore as well as there might arise several problems on the trail. On the other hand, to enhance the comfort of trekking, you might need porters to carry your loads. 

  • Is the water safe to drink?

    Since the trail of this trekking is mostly rural, the drinking water available during this trek would be tap water, well water or hand pumps and should be purified prior to drinking them. Hence, you should buy bottled waters or should have water purifying pills or any other equipment to ensure drinking safe water.

  • Is it important to have insurance before going to Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Well, it is not compulsory to be insured but as we already know “Prevention is better than cure”. If you are insured then you can have a relaxed trip without worries and enjoy with a free mind.

  • Is it possible to get shower during the trek?

    Yes, it is possible to get showers during Royal Mustang Short Trek on the lodges you would be staying overnight or during acclimatization.

  • Is Royal Mustang Short Trek itinerary customizable?

    Yes, of course, with Nepal Mountain Trekkers you can customize/personalize the trek itinerary and services to be provided according to your requirements.

  • Is Royal Mustang Short Trek safe for solo trekker or solo female trekker?

    Of course, since Royal Mustang Short Trek is one of the most accessible treks and very popular among the trekkers, one can go for solo trekking without any worries. Because the people in there are very friendly and co-operative and you can also meet other trekkers along the way so that there won’t be any risk for solo trekkers or solo female trekkers to go for Royal Mustang Short Trek. Furthermore, our trekking staffs (guides) are highly experienced and dedicated to their job, so our company will be fully responsible for that note.

  • Do we need a special permit for Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Yes, you will need a special permit for Royal Mustang Short Trek because of its existence within the Annapurna Conservation Area, you would need to request for Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS), Upper Mustang Special Permit and Annapurna Conservation Area(ACAP) fees.

  • Will I get altitude sickness during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    There is a possibility of getting altitude sickness during Royal Mustang Short Trek but with proper acclimatization and health care as well as the guidance from trekking staffs, you shouldn’t face the trouble of altitude sickness.

  • Could I use ATMs and Credit Cards during the trek?

    ATMs and credit cards are accessible only on the major cities of Nepal, so during your Royal Mustang Short Trek, you can use ATMs and credit cards only while you are in Kathmandu or Pokhara.

  • What currency should I bring to Nepal?

    You can bring any of the currencies to Nepal which is approved and acceptable by Government of Nepal and for your ease, Nepal Mountain Trekkers provide you with the facility of exchanging foreign currency at the market rate without any commissions and extra charge.

  • How much should I tip to my guide and porter?

    Well, the tip for guide and other trekking staffs like porters and drivers is not mandatory but since they contribute their time apart from family to make you enjoy the best of your trip ensuring your safety and satisfaction, we recommend you to contribute some amount of tip for them. In Nepal, it is practised that 10% of the total amount you pay for your trek and tour is contributed as a tip.

  • Is it possible to access the Internet during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    Yes you can certainly get access to WiFi in lodges and also mobile data during Royal Mustang Short Trek for Internet and to communicate with your friends and family.

  • How do I charge my electronic devices during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    While you are on Royal Musang Short Trek, you can get access to electricity or solar energy for charging your electronic devices at lodges and tea-houses but you can only get access to the two-pin adapter so you should bring conversion plug or another converter if your device is not suitable with two-pin plug.

  • How should I greet people during Royal Mustang Short Trek?

    “Namaste” is the common form of greeting in Nepal which is often spoken as Namaskar. It is a traditional Hindu greeting and it is used both for salutation and valediction. Namaste is usually spoken with a slight bow and hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointing upwards, thumbs close to the chest.

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