Muktinath is a pilgrimage center for Buddhist and Hindus. The shrines include a Buddhist Gompa and the Vishnu temple Jwala Mai. An old temple nearby shelter spring and natural gas jets, which provide Muktinath with the famous eternal flame. Jomsom is the only place along the Annapurna circuit, which is connected by air with Pokhara and Kathmandu. It is also the district headquarters of Mustang, which includes part of the legendary Mustang and the Muktinath Region. Trekking to Muktinath begins from Jomsom. Our trails will be easy to go to along the Kali Gandaki River beyond Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himal.
The trail passes through ridges between Modikhola & Kali Gandaki offering sharp changes in lands cape, vegetation culture and stunning views when reach to village of Kagbeni, a Tibetan influenced settlement close to Lo-Manthang, the capital of what use to be the old principality of Mustang. From Kagbeni village the trail climbs steeply to rejoin the regular trial before Khingar is reached. A further climb brings you to Jharkot then Ranipauwa, the accommodation area of Muktinath (3,710m.), where we can see most impressive views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Tukche peak, Thapa peak, Dhampus Peak, Nilgiri north and Tilicho Peak.
Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu 1,350m/4,428ft.
Day 2: Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Valley.
Day 3: Kathmandu-Pokhara by Flight & drive to Naya Pool & trek to Tikhadhunga
Day 4: Tikhadhunda to Ghorepani
Day 5: Ghorepani to Tatopani
Day 6: Tatopani to Ghasa
Day 7: Ghasa to Larjung
Day 8: Larjung to Marpha
Day 9: Marpha to Kegbeni
Day 10: Kagbeni to Muktinath
Day 11: Muktinath to Jomsom
Day 12: Jomsom to Pokhara to Kathmandu by flight.
Day 13: Free Day in Kathmandu
Day 14: Final Departure