Shinta Mani Mustang has triumphantly landed on the December cover of Condé Nast Traveller magazine. The magazine which appeals to luxury and high-end travellers featured the recently opened Shinta Mani Mustang as an Epic Escape! Shinta Mani Mustang previously appeared on CNTraveller’s “23 Best Places To Visit” list.
The 29-suite property located in Jomsom offers travellers an escape to the mountains with stunning views of the Nilgiri range. The opening of the mountain resort had been highly anticipated by tourism stakeholders in the country. A property like Shinta Mani Mustang is rare to find in the mountainous regions of Nepal but this may be the start of many.
Mustang provides travellers the opportunity to walk through the once-forbidden Kingdom, a visit to Lo Manthang and exploration of the ancient caves. The region is also home to the holy Muktinath Temple as well as picturesque villages, Marpha and Kagbeni.
Shinta Mani Mustang is the first property of Shinta Mani Hotels’ outside Cambodia. The all-inclusive experience start from USD $1,800 net per couple per night with a minimum 5-night consecutive stay. Part of the Bensley Collection the Mustang property is the remarkable collaboration of Bensley design, the orchestration of Jason Friedman and the local knowledge and years of hospitality experience of Namgyal Sherpa.