Tiji is a fascinating three-day festival known as the “Chasing of the demons ”celebrated every year in Upper Mustang .It is also known by the name Tenzi festival. On this day monks dress up in an elaborated customs with masks on them and perform dances and Rituals organized by Choedhe Monastery. About 65 monks from Lo Manthang ,Nhenyul and Chhosyer reside in this monastery. This festival commemorates the victory of Lord Buddha’s incarnation Dorje Soman over a demon called Ma Tam Ru Ta.
People also celebrate the festival with dance, music and reenactments from the story of a deity. The Rituals performed on this day are believed to drive away evil sprits.
Day 1 (May 05): Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 2 (May 06): Full day sightseeing of Kathmandu city and trekking briefing
Day 3 (May 07): Deluxe bus to Pokhara. Overnight in Pokhara– Hotel
Day 4 (May 08): Trek to Kagbeni (2900m) - Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 5 (May 09): Chele (3150m) Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 6 (May 10): Giling(3570m) Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 7 (May 11): Charang (3560m). Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 8 (May 12): Trek to Lo-Manthang (3730m) Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 9 (May 13): In Lo-Manthang- Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 10 (May 14): In Lomanthang- Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 11 (May 15): Trek to Dhakmar (3820m) - Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 12 (May 16): Retrace trail to Samar - Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 13 (May 17): Retrace trail to Chosang - Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 14 (May 18): Retrace trail to Jomsom - Lodge/Tea House accommodation
Day 15 (May 19): Fly to Pokhara and to Kathmandu – Hotel
Day 16 (May 20): Transfer to airport for final departure.
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