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Moksha Mustang

2800m
9,186 ft
hotel exterior
bar with a mountain view
hotel conference room
villager and goats

This Magical Retreat in the Forbidden Kingdom is the ultimate reward for hip travelers

what to expect

Setting

Mustang
Katmandu

Moksha Mustang perches high above the town of Jomsom at the gateway of Mustang, an isolated kingdom in Nepal, forbidden to outsiders for centuries. This almost mythical region, hidden in the Kali Gandaki valley between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, is one of the deepest valleys and most unusual places in the world.

mountain route
monastery
horse in the mountain meadow

Rooms

bedroom
bedroom with mountain view
bedroom interior
bathroom with shower and bathtub
Floor-to-Ceiling Windows

Environmentally-friendly guest rooms are designed in local materials—stone, slate and wood—based on traditional Tibetan homes, and adorned with locally-sourced, soft natural fabrics. Both standard and deluxe rooms come with indulgent en suite bathrooms and huge floor-to-ceiling windows delivering panoramic views, and Nilgiri mountain as the backdrop to your stay.

Vibe

Outside In

Cool reigns at this exclusive and intimate boutique resort, comprising spa, restaurant, bar, library and conference hall, in a modern complex that effortlessly evokes the landscape and the rich design heritage of the Forbidden Kingdom. Glass walls throughout tempt occupants outdoors, but the outside comes inside, too. Moksha’s Fossil bar takes inspiration from the black ammonites natural occurring on the nearby riverbed, dating from the upper Jurassic period. Picture wide couches, low music, and excellent cocktails served in direct view of the 8000m peaks. The organic restaurant, Jomsom, named for the Mustang district capital, serves up healthful dishes, local and international, while the Lowa Spa brings all the secrets of the Forbidden Kingdom to your body.

hotel exterior
bar with mountain view
spa interior
bar interior
villager on the horse

Experiences Nearby

horses on a Mustang racetrack

A young rider leans forward, hand buried in the mane of his straining horse, hooves kick up dust in a final push to a finish line.

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a man discover canyon by horse

A morning ride to Kagbeni, following the bed of the Kali Gandaki River—by some calculations the deepest canyon in the world—takes you through arid, almost lunar landscape.

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apple farm and apply brandy

Slate alleys polished over the years by mountain goats and herders alike, and a pace of life that has no sense of hurry—this is Marpha, quintessential Mustang village.

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Tip

As well as the great dining on offer at Mala Lodge, one of the programs available here is engaging with the community with a meal at the house of a local villager. Let your team know in advance if you’re interested. Your guide will translate as you get to befriend and break bread with a Gurung family, learn how they live, work, eat, and play.

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