• Family Room

    Family Room

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    Room facilities:Bath, Bathroom, Desk, Heating, Seating area, Shower, Telephone, Television, Toilet

    Standard Family Room – EcoTourNepal.com Stylish and individually designed room for Family purpose with three bed, attached bath room, hot shower mini bar(Only in city)  and a 24-hour room service menu (Only in city)

    Bed size:1 Double, 1 Single

  • Single Room

    Single Room

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    Room facilities:Bath, Bathroom, Complimentary breakfast, Desk, Hairdryer, Heating, Ironing board, Safety Deposit Box, Seating area, Shower, Telephone, Television, Toilet

    Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV (Only in city), mini bar (Only in city) and a 24-hour room service menu.

    Bed size:1 Double


Lo-Ghami Guest House is in Ghami-7,Upper Mustang,Nepal . Located in beautiful place , friendly staff and hygienic food.Lo-Ghami Guest House is run by mustang family .

Cancellation / Prepayment

No cancellation fees before 24 hrs

Children and extra beds



Horse allowed

Accepted credit cards

No , Only Cash


  • Bath
  • Bathroom
  • Heating
  • Lounges/bars
  • Restaurant
  • Seating area
  • Shower
  • Telephone
  • Toilet


beautiful village of Upper Mustang, Tibetan culture monastery





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Upper Mustang

Upper MustangUpper Mustang is the restricted northern part of Nepal’s Mustang district. It consist of seven village development Committees (Nepal’s smallest democratic units) with 31 settlements. The restricted area Includes the historic kingdom of Lo Tsho Dyun which translates as ‘Seven Districts of Lo’ in the local Tibetan dialect (Loke) . The area of Bahragaon, meaning

Culture and history info

Livestock is the important source of cash income . In the villages, cattle is kept for milk , meat , and fuel . Large herds of goat and sheep are driven south for sale at the end of the summer. Dzopa(a crossbreed of Yak and Cow) plough the fields . Horses and mules carry people and loads. On The pasture lands at the rim of the Tibetan Plateau , nomad families tend goats, sheep and yaks all year along. In the dry climate, agriculture is impossible without irrigation. Women ,men and children work together on the fields . Barley , buckwheat, peas, and potatoes are the crops that ripen here , and the seasons are marked by festivals. A household usually sopans several generation, and children are cared for by everyone . Marriageof the woman with two or more brothers, to avoid the splitting of the familyy’s farmland, is still in practice . A husband may take a second wife if the first one proves infetiile. But like all traditionsal ways, these are changing too, under the influence of Outside culture and values .

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