Nepal Fair Trekking
"The Real Adventure together in Himalaya"

Jomsom Muktinath Trek

In the heart of this sunny, magical valley lies Muktinath, one of the most sacred of pilgrimage places in all of Nepal. Here, the natural elements are displayed in miraculous form-flickering blue flames of natural methane gas burn on water, stone, and earth in an offering said to have been first sighted by Brahma, the Hindu creator.

This natural wonder has awed man from the beginning, for Muktinath sanctity goes back into the antiquity of 2,300 years ago. Both Hindu and Buddhist come on the pilgrimage to this sight of natural power. Along the way in the Kaligandaki Valley, the pilgrims search for the black glossy fossils called shaligram (ammonite), those are found in abundance here.

On the outside they look like small rounded rocks but split open they reveal the imprint of ammonites formed 140 million years ago. Because of its wheel-like shape, the shaligram is associated with the Hindu god Vishnu. After a peaceful stay here, the trek ends at Jomsom for the short twenty minutes flight back to Pokhara and then heading back to Kathmandu.

As for Ghorepani and Pun Hill:

Around Myagdi and Ghorepani region habituated by Magar tribes specially the Pun of Magar ethnic group. Like the Gurungs of the Annapurna region. These people are mostly farmers and Shepard’s, and they are recruited as gallant soldiers the “Gurkha” in British-Indian and in Nepal army.

Details Itinerary

Day 01) Arrival day in Kathmandu

Day 02) Sightseeing around Kathmandu

Day 03) Drive to Pokhara via Tourist Bus

Day 04) Drive to Jomsom

Day 05) Trek to Kagbeni

Day 06) Trek to Muktinath

Day 07) Trek to Jomsom

Day 08) Trek to Tsrang

Day 09) Trek to Lo-manthang

Day 10) Drive back ( by bus )  to Pokhara

Day 11) Sightseeing in Pokhara

Day 12) Drive back to kathmandu

Day 13) Final Departure






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