Spiritual Oasis in the Himalayas: Experience a journey of spiritual awakening in the heart of the majestic Himalayas. Muktinath, nestled at an altitude of 3,710 meters, is one of the most revered pilgrimage sites for both Hindus and Buddhists. The serenity and natural beauty of this region make it a truly unique and soul-enriching experience.
Sacred Elements at Muktinath Temple: Visit the ancient Muktinath Temple, where devotees pay homage to the elements of earth, water, fire, air, and ether. Witness the eternal flame that burns miraculously amidst a natural spring, and bathe in 108 chilled water spouts, believed to cleanse sins and grant salvation.
Diversity of Faith and Culture: Encounter a rich tapestry of cultures and beliefs as you journey through this region. Muktinath is a symbol of harmony, with Hindu and Buddhist traditions coexisting peacefully. Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of rituals, prayers, and festivals, gaining a deeper understanding of the tapestry of faiths.
Jomsom and Kagbeni Exploration: Embark on an unforgettable journey to Jomsom and Kagbeni, nestled in the Kali Gandaki Valley. Marvel at the stark, desert-like landscapes that contrast the surrounding Himalayan peaks. Explore ancient monasteries, apple orchards, and experience the warm hospitality of the local Thakali people.
Immerse yourself in spirituality amidst the grandeur of the Himalayas with our 7 Days Muktinath Darshan Tour Package, ensuring a transformative experience. Experience the ultimate spiritual journey with our meticulously crafted 7 Days Muktinath Darshan Tour Package. Nestling in the awe-inspiring Annapurna range, Hindus and Buddhists alike revere Muktinath Temple as a sacred pilgrimage site.
This divine expedition guarantees a seamless blend of religious sanctity and natural beauty. Embark on a spiritual odyssey as you traverse through the picturesque landscapes of Mustang, surrounded by the snow-capped Himalayas. Our expert guides ensure you delve into the rich cultural tapestry of the region, providing insightful narratives on the temple’s historical and religious significance.
The itinerary encompasses visits to prominent attractions like Jwala Mai Temple, Muktinath Temple, and the revered Mukti Dhara. Feel the serenity wash over you as you witness the eternal flame and 108 sacred water spouts, believed to cleanse sins. The tour includes comfortable accommodation, delectable local cuisine, and seamless transportation, ensuring a hassle-free sojourn. Additionally, revel in the breathtaking views during the scenic drive to Pokhara and explore the city’s charm with a boat ride on Phewa Lake.
Immerse yourself in spirituality amidst the grandeur of the Himalayas with our 7 Days Muktinath Darshan Tour Package, ensuring a transformative experience. Unearth the profound cultural and religious heritage of Nepal with this unforgettable journey. Book now and embark on a soul-enriching adventure of a lifetime!
DAY 01: ARRIVAL IN KATHMANDU
Arrive in Kathmandu – upon arrival our airport representative will meet, assist and transfer to Hotel. Welcome drink at hotel and proceed for briefing regarding the program. At evening you can visit Thamel marker, Casino and clubs at your own. Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu
DAY 02: FULL-DAY SIGHTSEEING TOUR
After breakfast and early morning activities proceed for full-day sightseeing tours. Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu City, Swayambhunath Stupa, Jal Narayan(Sleeping Vishnu), Narayanhiti Royal palace, Bouddhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple. Overnight stay at hotel in Kathmandu.
Kathmandu City: The heart of Nepal, Kathmandu City is a vibrant blend of ancient traditions and modern life. Its bustling streets are lined with intricately designed temples, markets, and historical sites. The Durbar Square is a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the city with its palaces, courtyards, and temples.
Swayambhunath Stupa: Often referred to as the “Monkey Temple,” Swayambhunath is an ancient stupa perched atop a hill. The gleaming white dome is adorned with the watchful eyes of Buddha, symbolizing enlightenment and wisdom. From here, one can enjoy panoramic views of the city and its surroundings.
Jal Narayan (Sleeping Vishnu): This sacred site features a colossal statue of Lord Vishnu reclining on a bed of serpents, floating on a cosmic ocean. Carved from a single stone, it is a remarkable example of ancient craftsmanship and Hindu devotion.
Narayanhiti Royal palace museum: The Narayanhiti Royal Palace Museum, located in Kathmandu, Nepal, was once the residence of the Shah dynasty monarchy. It gained global attention after a tragic event in 2001. Following Nepal’s shift to a federal democratic republic, the palace was converted into a museum in 2008. It showcased royal artifacts and offered insights into Nepal’s cultural heritage.
Bouddhanath Stupa: As one of the largest stupas in the world, Boudhnath is a hub of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. The towering white dome is adorned with colorful prayer flags, and the area is surrounded by monasteries and shops selling religious artifacts. Pilgrims and tourists alike circumambulate the stupa, spinning prayer wheels and offering their devotion.
Pashupatinath Temple: This revered Hindu temple complex is located along the banks of the sacred Bagmati River. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva in his manifestation as Pashupati, the Lord of Animals. The temple’s intricate architecture and the rituals performed here provide a deep insight into Hindu spirituality and funeral practices.
DAY 03: KATHMANDU TO POKHARA DRIVE
After breakfast and early morning activities take a scenic drive to Pokhara [Approx 200 km]. In-route visit Manakamana Temple. Check-in at hotel in Pokhara and Overnight stay.
Manakamana Temple: Manakamana Temple is a sacred Hindu shrine located in Gorkha, Nepal. Situated atop a hill, it is dedicated to the goddess Bhagwati, believed to fulfill the wishes of devotees. Accessible by a cable car ride, it offers stunning views of the surrounding hills and the Trishuli River. The temple holds great religious significance and is a popular pilgrimage site for Hindus.
DAY 04: POKHARA TO MUKTINATH BY FLIGHT
After breakfast and early morning activities take a scenic flight Jomsom. After check-in at hotel and rest for a while. Drive to Muktinath temple on Jeep. Perform Puja and after Darshan of Muktinath drive back to Jomsom. Overnight stay at hotel in Jomsom.
Muktinath Temple: Muktinath Temple, perched at 3,710 meters in Nepal’s Mustang region, is a revered site for both Hindus and Buddhists. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, it boasts 108 water spouts symbolizing purity. Pilgrims seek spiritual cleansing in its holy waters. The temple holds deep significance for both faiths and offers stunning Himalayan vistas, making it a magnet for visitors seeking spiritual and natural solace.
DAY 05: MUKTINATH TO POKHARA BY FLIGHT AND SIGHTSEEING TOUR
After breakfast and early morning activities take a scenic flight to Pokhara. After arrival at Pokhara check-in at hotel and rest for a while. Proceed for sightseeing tour of Bindabasani Temple, Devi’s Falls, Gupteshwor Cave and Taal barahi temple. Overnight stay at hotel in Pokhara.
Bindabasani Temple: Situated in the heart of Pokhara, the Bindabasani Temple is a revered Hindu shrine dedicated to the goddess Bindabasani. It holds significant religious importance for the local population and is known for its intricate architecture and vibrant religious ceremonies.
Devis Falls: Devis Falls, also known as “Patale Chhango,” is a mesmerizing waterfall located southwest of Pokhara. It is formed by the Pardi Khola stream, which disappears underground into a mysterious cave. The falls offer a captivating sight, especially during the monsoon season when the waters are at their most forceful.
Gupteshwor Cave: Adjacent to Devis Falls, Gupteshwor Cave is a mystical underground cave system. It houses a sacred Shiva lingam and is illuminated by dim lights, creating an enchanting atmosphere. The cave’s narrow passages lead to a hidden vantage point offering a unique view of the roaring waterfall.
Taal Barahi Temple: Taal Barahi Temple is a small, ornate pagoda-style temple located on an island in Phewa Lake, Pokhara. Dedicated to the goddess Barahi, it holds cultural and spiritual significance for the locals. Visitors can take a boat ride across the lake to reach the temple, enjoying serene views of the surrounding hills.
DAY 06: POKHARA TO KATHMANDU DRIVE
Early in the morning after breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel [Approx 200 km]. Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu.
DAY 07: DEPARTURE
Early in the morning after breakfast, transfer to the international airport for your onward departure flight.
Visa and Permits: Most travelers require a visa to enter Nepal. You can obtain a visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport or apply at your local Nepalese embassy or consulate before your trip.
If you plan to trek in restricted areas or national parks, you will need special permits. Research and obtain these in advance.
Health Precautions: Ensure you have updated vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, and potentially Rabies, depending on the areas you plan to visit.
Altitude sickness can be a concern, especially during high-altitude treks. Acclimatize gradually, stay hydrated, and consult a healthcare professional for advice.
Travel Insurance: Comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and evacuation from remote areas is strongly advised.
Currency and ATMs: The local currency is Nepalese Rupees (NPR). ATM facilities are available in major cities and towns, but it’s recommended to carry some cash, especially for remote areas.
Cultural Sensitivity: Nepal is a diverse country with a blend of cultures and religions. Respect local customs, dress modestly, and ask for permission before taking photos, especially in temples and religious sites.
Language: Nepali is the official language, but English is widely spoken in urban areas and tourist destinations.
Weather and Seasonal Considerations: Nepal experiences distinct seasons. The best time to visit for trekking and sightseeing is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is pleasant and clear.
Trekking Permits and Guides: If you plan to trek, obtain the necessary permits and consider hiring a local guide or porter. They not only enhance your experience but also support the local economy.
Safety and Security: Nepal is generally considered safe for travelers. However, exercise the same precautions as you would in any foreign country. Be vigilant about your belongings and avoid poorly lit or isolated areas at night.
Electricity and Charging: Nepal uses 230V, 50Hz electricity. Bring a universal adapter if needed, and be prepared for occasional power outages, especially in more remote areas.
Transportation: Nepal’s terrain can be challenging, so travel times can be longer than expected. Domestic flights, buses, and private vehicles are common modes of transportation.
Local Cuisine: Explore the diverse and delicious local cuisine. Be cautious about street food in order to avoid potential stomach issues.
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