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Muktinath Temple Tour

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Max. Elevation
3710 m / 12171 ft
Group size
Min 1
<span style="font-size: 13px;">Private Car and Flight</span>
Best Season
Mar, Apr, May,Sep, Oct, Nov & Dec
Starts at / Ends at
kathmandu / kathmandu
<span style="font-size: 13px;">Hotel</span>


  • Muktinath Temple: Sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, revered as a place of salvation and liberation.
  • Natural Hot Springs: Holy water springs believed to possess healing properties, attracting pilgrims seeking spiritual and physical rejuvenation.
  • Scenic Landscapes: Stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, providing a picturesque backdrop to the temple.
  • Pilgrimage Experience: Spiritual journey for devotees seeking blessings and enlightenment at one of the most sacred sites in Nepal.


A tour of Muktinath Temple offers a profound journey into the heart of spiritual devotion and ancient mythology, amidst the rugged landscapes of the Mustang region in Nepal. Situated at an altitude of 3,800 meters (12,467 feet), Muktinath Temple is revered as one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for both Hindus and Buddhists. The tour typically begins with a scenic flight or drive from Pokhara to Jomsom, followed by a picturesque trek or jeep ride to reach the temple complex.

Upon arrival, travelers are greeted by the majestic sight of Muktinath Temple, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and breathtaking vistas. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu in the Hindu tradition and to Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara) in the Buddhist tradition, making it a sacred site of worship and reverence for devotees of both faiths. The main shrine houses a sacred flame that is believed to burn continuously for centuries, symbolizing the eternal presence of divine energy.

One of the highlights of the Muktinath Temple tour is the sacred 108 water spouts, known as "Muktidhara," where devotees take ritual baths to cleanse themselves of sins and attain spiritual liberation. The icy cold water is believed to possess healing properties and is considered sacred by pilgrims who come from far and wide to seek blessings and divine grace.

Exploring the temple complex, travelers encounter ancient monasteries, shrines, and meditation caves, each steeped in myth and legend. The surrounding landscape, with its barren hills, rugged terrain, and pristine beauty, adds to the spiritual ambiance of the pilgrimage, creating a sense of awe and reverence among visitors.

Beyond its religious significance, the Muktinath Temple tour offers an opportunity to connect with the natural beauty and cultural heritage of the Mustang region. Travelers can immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Tibetan culture, exploring traditional villages, Buddhist monasteries, and colorful prayer flags that adorn the landscape.

A tour of Muktinath Temple is a transformative experience, offering moments of introspection, spiritual renewal, and profound connection with the divine. It is a journey of self-discovery, faith, and devotion, leaving a lasting impression on the hearts and minds of all who embark on this sacred pilgrimage.

Trip Itinerary

You will be received by our airport representative then he will be assisting you to transfer to your hotel. Meet guide and a brief introduction to the whole program. After short rest proceed to visit Pashupatinath Temple. Back to hotel and rest. Overnight at Kathmandu.

Breakfast at hotel. Our guide will meet you and commence the journey in a private jeep. The first 306 km from Kathmandu to Pokhara to Beni is comfortable journey whereas the rest will be an off-roadway. The way follows the Trisuli River, Marshyandi River, and Gandaki River. Tirsuli River is famous for white water rafting and you may encounter the people boating here. Also, the famous Manakamana Temple is located en-route. There is Nepal's first cable car operator to visit Manakamana Temple. Today, we have insufficient time to visit the temple so will be visiting when coming back to Kathmandu. Rest at Tatopani.

Tatopani is the natural hot water source that has the capacity to heal the skin diseases. Take a bath in this miraculous water and drive to Ranipauwa, today's destination. The trail will be very adventurous and scenic. The path follows the Kali Gandaki River where one can find the Shaligram after searching for a long time. You will be passing through several small villages like Lete, Ghasa, Marpha, Jomsom, and Kagbeni. The Annapurna Massif will be playing hide and seek with you through the way. Closest view of Mt. Nilgiri from the Jomsom is the breathtaking opportunity to observe. Reach Ranipauwa Village and stay overnight here. Muktinath Temple can be seen from here and just in half hour walking distance.

Early morning hike for 15 mins on flat and 15 mins ascending way until the temple. People unable to walk can ride on horse (own expenses). Take a holy bath under 108 waterspouts, two holy Kunda and worship Muktinath God. Visit Jwala Mai Temple, where water, fire, and sky meet together. Afterwards back to the hotel and continue drive back to Pokhara. The total journey will be around 8/9 hours. Reach late evening at Pokhara and rest.

Morning visit Sarangkot Hill Station for sunrise over snow-capped towering mountains. Back to hotel and take breakfast. After short rest proceed for half day Pokhara City Tour. You will be visiting Bindabasini Temple, Seti Gandaki River, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Devi's Fall, and Barahi Temple. Then back to Kathmandu. En-route visit Manakamana Temple via cable car ride of 15 mins. Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to your hotel. Free time. 

Take breakfast and you will have free time until 12 noon (hotel check out time). Then, transfer to the international airport for your onward destination. The time has come to say goodbye and bring the beautiful memories with you. Muktinath Temple Tour Trip finished here!

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  • Kathmandu to Muktinath to Kathmandu by private jeep.
  • Twin bed sharing (2 - 5 star) hotel accommodation at Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Tourist standard simple accommodation at Tatopani and Muktinath.
  • Everyday breakfast and dinner at the hotel.
  • An English/Hindi speaking guide.
  • Entrance/Monument Fees while sightseeing at Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Project Permit (ACAP).
  • Trekker's Information Management Systempl Permit (TIMS).

Doesn't Include

  • Lunch and Bar Bills like Mineral Water, Beer, Whiskey etc.
  • Tips and gratitude to staff.
  • Expenses occurred due to landslide, strike etc.
  • Horse charges at Muktinath.
  • Rest of all that are not mentioned in cost includes.
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