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Moksha Mustang

Moksha Mustang, Jomsom, Nepal

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About Moksha Mustang


Jomson is a trans-Himalayan town at the foot of the soaring Nilgiri and Dhawalagiri mountain ranges. In the local dialect, Jomsomis known as Dzong-Sampa meaning new fort, established for surveillance of people’s movement along the trade route to Tibet. It also served as an enroute stop for pilgrims heading to the sacredMuktinath temple. Jomsonis a blissful place, ideal for quiet contemplation and to experience powerful spiritualism in the way people live in the dry, desert mountains. It is popular among mountain lovers, culture and adventure enthusiasts alike, especially trekkers.

North of the town centre, lies Moksha Mustang, possibly the most luxurious hotel in Nepal. As you walk into the property, the wide-open space edged by tall French windows instils a sense of calm, inviting you to unwind and rejuvenate.The stone walls, earthy tones and leather furnishings exude a sense of discerning elegance. Local resources were used exclusively for the main structure of the building. The rock walls ensure that the sun's warmth is absorbed and emanates throughout the property during the day.

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At an altitude of 2800 metres, Moksha Mustang nestles alongside the banks of the Kali Gandaki river. It is the gateway to the hidden kingdom of Upper-Mustang, characterised by ancient forts, hidden caves and monasteries, offering a unique insight into the well-preserved Tibetan & Buddhist culture.The contemporary accommodation with its scenic views offer just the right milieu for rest and relaxation between treks, horse riding and exploration.

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Moksha Mustang is the realisation of a dream. Owner Daman Pradhan’s vision was to create a stylish hotel that is contemporary and yet reflects the surrounding nature in Jomson. The day to day operations of the hotel are ably handled by local staff, who have been trained in the hospitality school in Jomson, run under Daman’s aegis.

Accommodation
The guest rooms at Moksha Mustang have fantastic views of snow-capped mountain peaks. All 29 (standard and deluxe) are meticulously decorated using local materials and are minimalistic, stylish and cosy all at once; a perfect balance between modern comforts and authentic rustic design. They offer guests a sense of privacy and peace in one of the most awe-inspiring natural landscapes in the world. All rooms are environment-friendly and are adorned with locally-sourced soft natural fabrics. A few rooms are accessible for the less abled as well, with especially designed ramps and bathrooms.

Dining
Café New Fort is the main restaurant serving up fresh and healthy dishes infusing local ingredients and international flavours to bring out artful meals using produce from the organic farm. Enjoy a tipple at the lovely alfresco Fossil Bar all evening and for those who like to read, there is a well-stocked library.
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In the winter months, January & February

A walk into the town centre will lead you to the small Mustang Eco Museum that houses interesting exhibits on Tibetan lifestyle and medicine. You can also go further afield to see the Sakyapa monastery and picturesque lakes.

Unforgettable experiences await the adventure enthusiast. The in-house team is adept at curating activities that showcase breath-taking natural scenery: Horse Riding, Cycling, Rock Climbing, Archery, Hiking and Trekking.

The Moksha Mustang Yoga Retreat is a dedicated residential centre for yoga and meditation programs with a heart and soul. Whether you are looking to begin your new yoga adventure, deepen your existing yoga practice or just rest, relax and enjoy this tranquil yogic environment, our centre is the perfect place for you.

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Ensure you visit the neighbouring village of Marpha, is known for its fresh, juicy organic apple orchards and its famous apple brandy.

Moksha Mustang is high on its sustainability quotient.Use of plastic and paper is avoided. The property has its own organic farm and has planted over 3,000 apple trees. Moksha uses recyclable, clean electrical power from a nearby hydropower station. It also hosts an internship program in partnership with the local hospitality school allowing students to hone their skills at all aspects of hotel management.

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Ensure you visit the neighbouring village of Marpha, is known for its fresh, juicy organic apple orchards and its famous apple brandy.

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Rock Climbing enthusiasts can explore the mountains and enjoy magnificent views & experience the local archery competition, worship ancestors.
Horses are so important to the people of Mustang that the locals celebrate Yarthung, an annual horse festival at the end of the monsoon.
The Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains, Jomsom is the starting point to explore Upper Mustang and longer trekking routes around the region.
Short guided walking tours within the confounds of the city or longer day hikes to nearby monasteries.
Whether you are looking to begin your new yoga adventure, deepen your existing yoga practice or just rest, relax and enjoy this tranquil yogic environment, it is the perfect place for you.
It offers exciting cycling routes navigating through the alleyways of the dense city center and off into the nearby and extremely scenic routes.

Nearest Airport : Jomsom airport nepal

Nearest Bus Station : Jomsom