Muktinath Temple Tour is a natural, spiritual, and adventurous tour package. So, Exploring the Muktinath temple gives every traveler a divine feeling of spiritualism and adventure. Muktinath temple is the symbol of religious harmony among Hindus and Buddhists. Also, this holy temple refers to Chumig Gyatsa, which signifies its spiritual symbiosis. Temple hails high at an altitude of nearly, 3800 meters above sea level beneath the lap of Himalayas. Muktinath temple is a holy temple of Lord Vishnu; pilgrims regard Lord Vishnu as the preserver of the universe. The backend view of the Muktinath temple provides a majestic view. Such majestic views include Thorong La mountain pass, which adds mesmerizing beauty to the holiness of this temple. The pagoda-style architecture of Muktinath temple is one of the eight sacred shrines of Lord Vishnu. Moreover, Travelers can discover the breathtaking view of snow-covered mountain ranges like Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Dhaulagiri.
Moreover, the glorifying views of the Tibetan plateau, magnificent landscapes, villages, and desert mountains adds remarkable beauty to this spiritual shrine. Pilgrims from Nepal and India, devote the holy premises of Muktinath temple and take a spiritual bath at the sacred 108 water springs. Our Muktinath temple tour package is flexible for anyone and has a variety of options. Travelers can choose either Heli flight or the natural bus drive via Kathmandu/Pokhara to the temple. Heli flight to Muktinath temple tour offers a splendid view of Pokhara valley, lakes, kali Gandaki river, hidden hills, snowy mountains, local settlements, and other natural scenes.
Similarly, the road journey to Muktinath proposes a closer view of natural settings, including snowy mountains, beautiful landscapes, green hills, electrifying rivers, villages, and hostility of locals. Muktinath temple tour is a combo of every divine, natural, and adventurous feelings. Hence, it offers every memorable panorama which you require to spend a memorable holiday.
The highlight of Muktinath Tour:
Mukti Kunda: Two holy water ponds, also known as “Laxmi Saraswati Kunda” located in front of the temple.
Mukti Dhara: 108 waterspouts known as Dhara (Bull-headed shape) in the backyard of Muktinath temple where holy water (chill) flows continuously from Gandaki River.
Jwala Mai Temple: Continuously burning holy flames from a rock located inside Dhola Mebar Gompa
Mharme Lha Khang Gompa: Monastery situated in the north region of the temple ideologize to Guru Rimpoche, also known as Padmasambhava.
Swaminarayan: Satguru of Sabij Yoga.
Shaligram: Fossils of the Jurassic park age that is available in the Kali Gandaki River. This black stone is the symbol of Lord Vishnu.
Muktinath Travel Guide
How to reach Muktinath Temple from Kathmandu & Pokhara?
Mustang through Heli
A helicopter takes (1:30hrs each way) approx from Kathmandu After having darshan/pooja at Muktinath Temple either flies over to Kathmandu or Pokhara as per your choice. Please note that there is no regular helicopter schedule service from Kathmandu and Pokhara instead; one single helicopter will be charter for the package. Five, and six seated helicopter is available for charter. So, it cost a bit higher.
Muktinath Fly either Drive Out
By road and flight (3 to 7 days): Muktinath tour by road (bus) and schedule flight is another relaxed way to visit holy Muktinath Temple. The route extends like this: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (206 km-6 hours.) halt overnight. Then morning flies Pokhara to Jomsom (15-20 minutes) then hike for a half-hour up to jeep station, drive another ninety minutes from Jomsom to Muktinath by Jeep. Again elevate for half an hour to reach Temple, but people who can’t walk can ride on a horse. Have darshan and stay overnight at Jomsom. The next day flies back to Jomsom and either take a connecting flight to Kathmandu or stay at Pokhara.
Drive-in Drive out
By road only (4 to 8 days): Muktinath yatra by road route:
Day 1: Arrival
Our representative will be there to receive you at the airport. From the airport, we will guide you towards the hotel via private vehicle.
Day 2: Drive Kathmandu to Pokhara (206km – 6 hrs.) stay overnight.
With breakfast in the morning session, we will start our journey to Pokhara via tourist bus. After arriving in Pokhara, we will do some nature walk across lakeside based on our timing. Overnight stay at Hotel,
Day 3: Drive Pokhara to Jomsom via Beni, Tatopani, Ghasa, and Marpha (170 km-9 hrs.) stay overnight.
Our morning begins with a Jeep drive to Jomsom crossing Beni bazaar following the path of electrifying Kaligandaki river. We will drive towards Tatopani, Ghasa, and finally, reach Marpha. You will receive a hostile welcome by the locals where ever we take some time out. We will stay overnight at Marpha. Similarly, Marpha is famous for its traditional apple wines and chips, which give an option for you to purchase some.
Day 4: Drive Jomsom to Muktinath have darshan and directly drive back to Pokhara, stay overnight.
This day comes with a premium journey to Muktinath along the curvy rough routes via Jomsom. We will stay overnight at Jomsom,
Day 5: Drive back to Kathmandu,
We will head back to Pokhara initially from Jomsom via Jeep. From Pokhara, we take a tourist bus and continue our journey to Kathmandu. Overnight at Kathmandu,
Day 6: Departure,
Timely airport drop via private vehicle for your trip ahead.
- Airport Pickup and Drop via private vehicle
- Luxurious Tourist Bus to & from Pokhara-Kathmandu,
- Jeep to & From Pokhara-Muktinath,
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis including Breakfast for
- Kathmandu & Pokhara,
Accommodation with lunch, dinner & breakfast on twin sharing basis during the journey.
- Required permit and entrance fees,
- All sightseeing as per itinerary,
- Crew Members insurance and salary,
- All necessary governmental and Airport taxes.