Mustang Tiji festival trek is one of the most sought trips of Nepal Himalayas. This festival takes place at the end of dry season and ushers in the monsoons seasons. While celebrating the triumph of good over evil in a ritual local call “The chasing of demons.” It tells the message Guru Rinpoche carried through this region over a thousand years ago. Tiji itself means “hope of the dharma prevailing in all worlds.” Tiji festival trek combines through Mustang fascinating villages. Alongside Buddhist shrines and temples in the shadow of the Himalayas iconic mountains.
Mustang Tiji festival trek centers around a myth which tells of a story of Dorje Jono. He battle against his demon father to save the Kingdom of Mustang from Destruction. Accordingly, you will stay at the walled city fo Lo Manthang for 3 days celebrating the festival. You will also see the age-old dancing style of this region during this festival.
During the Tiji Festival Trekking, the town is with characters clad as demons. In the dance they perform slashing at the air with their swords and intoning spells over. This three-day ceremony is lit up with the colorful custom dress. Dancing, music, and reenactments from the story of a deity and his demon father.
To celebrate Mustang Tiji Festival we take our trail to desert-like sandy terrain. Colorful cliff, wall caves, and occasional green oasis take us throughout the region. This three-day ceremony is lit up with the colorful custom dress. Also performing dancing music and enchantments from the story of deity and his demon father.
Mustang Tiji festival will occur in 12, 13, 14 May 2019 and our booking have finally started.