Trek to Kagbeni (2900M), This morning, you'll be able to trek north to Kagbeni, arriving in time for lunch. The broad path alongside the western facet of the sandy, Saligram-filled riverbed provides views of the neighborhood peaks of Dhaulagiri, Tukuche, and Nilgiri, and, to the south, the Annapurna Massif. Kagbeni, spectacularly headquartered atop a cliff overlooking the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and the Jhong Khola rivers, is the last village in scale down Mustang and guards the doorway into higher Mustang (obvious throughout the Kali Gandaki riverbed).
It's an oasis of green fields amidst rocky, arid mountains, with Niligiri looming past. This historical, partly ruined fortress city is a glimpse into a unique way of life, with its slim alleyways and tunnels, irrigation canals, green fields of barley and its tremendous, 800-1200 months-historic brick-purple Sayaka Gompa. You could also wander previous the historical one hundred-room King's Palace. At the police investigate post at the north end of the village, there's a sign that reads "constrained discipline, vacationers, please do not go beyond this factor.