12
DAYS
11
NIGHTS
$
per person
Difficulty Leve:
Moderate
Disability Friendly:
No
Type:
Trekking
Maximum Group Size:
10
Recommended Group Size:
4
Jomsom Muktinath trek is one of the most popular treks in the Annapurna area. Also, it is called Lower Mustang trek and connected to upper mustang trail. This trek does not only offer a magical landscape and a great adventure but also offers diverse cultures and rural habitats.

The Jomsom Muktinath trek is the typical tea-house trek which includes some of the best trekking lodges in Nepal and most significantly you will see the famous temple of Lord Muktinath which lies in the district of Mustang. It is located about 18km northeast of Jomsom. The main place of pilgrimage is a pagoda temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. 108 water taps here pour sacred water. The temple is situated on a high mass range. It is thought that one should visit this temple after competing pilgrimages of four Dhams in India. The Jwala Mai temple close by contains a spring and an everlasting flame fed by natural gas underground. Also, Muktinath is the place which comes across Thorong la pass and Annapurna Circuit Trek.

You will be visiting the city of lakes Pokhara to enjoy the panoramic sunset view on Phewa Lake.
Ghorepani Poon hill waterfall, rice terrace and the white mountains change their colors during sunsets. The route will pass by three out of ten highest mountains in the world- Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu.

The Kali Gandaki riverwalk where water rages through the Himalayas with its beautiful white peak view, some people believe that washing in the Hot spring (Tatopani) guarantees salvation after death. Buddhists believe that Guru Rinpoche meditated area of Kaligandaki, and to all, it is the source of fossilized ammonites. There is an ethnic cultural mix between Thakali, Gurung, Sarki, Damai and Kami in this region. The ethnic groups who are living from Jomsom and Muktinath region have a different culture and customs than the rest of Nepal. They have different thicker dresses called “bakhu” which worn in colder areas, especially on top of the mountains. Last but not least, this trip brings peace and happiness to the soul and mind. Thanks to the remarkable unique Annapurna region.

Meet Your Guide

Gambhir Man Shrestha
DOB:
January 2, 1992
Languages:
English, French, Hindi

TRAVEL PLANS

DAY
1
Drive to Pokhara by tourist bus at 7:00 AM (200km, 6/7 hours driving) and stay overnight at the selected hotel nearby lakeside.
DAY
2
Take breakfast in the morning and drive to Nayapul by local bus (2 hours driving) trek to Tirkhedhunga (1520 meter, 3 ½ hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
3
Trek to Ghorepani (2853 meter, 7/8 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
4
Visit Poon Hill early in the morning (3210 meters, 45 minutes walking) for the best sunrise view and the magnificent Annapurna ranges and go back to Ghorepani. Take breakfast and trek to Tatopani (1120 meter, 7 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
5
Trek to Ghasa (2450 meter, 5/6 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge. 
DAY
6
Trek to Tukuche (2732 meter, 6 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
7
Trek to Jomsom (2743 meter, 3 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
8
Trek to Kagbeni (2980 meter, 3 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
9
Trek to Muktinath (3940 Meter, 4 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
10
Trek down to Jomsom (2728 meter, 5 hours walking) and stay overnight at Lodge.
DAY
11
Fly back to Pokhara (25 minutes flight) and stay overnight at selected hotel nearby lake. Tourist are free to do whatever they want in Pokhara.
DAY
1
Drive back to Kathmandu by tourist bus at 07:30 AM (200 km, 6/7 hours driving).

OTHER DETAILS

• Airport to Thamel transportation service.
• Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu by tourist bus.
• Pokhara to the starting point of the trek (Nayapul) by taxi or car/bus.
• Jomsom to Pokhara air fare.
• All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the treks on a twin sharing basis.
• Breakfast, lunch, and dinner as per the menu.
• 2-night hotel in Pokhara (one night before trekking and one after the trekking completes).
• Tea/coffee three times a day in a cup.
• Annapurna Conservation Area entrance permit and TIMS card permits.
• One fluent English speaking, government registered, experienced first aid trained guide who is familiar with this area.
• Accommodation for guide, food, lodge, bus transportation, salary, insurance, equipment, etc.
• Thamel to airport transportation service.
• Hotel fare in Kathmandu – as there are a wide range of hotels in Kathmandu (especially in Thamel) and we want our guests to choose hotels as per their choice and budget.
• Lunch, dinner and breakfast while in Kathmandu.
• Hard and soft drinks such as coke, beer, mineral water, hot shower, etc.
• Personal equipment, personal insurance and rescue operation charge.
• Tips. (Tips are expected)

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