For many, many people (including us!) Muktinath is a really special place. Muktinath is one of Nepal’s most famous pilgrimage sites and when you are there you can understand why. Scenically, it is in a breath-taking location and there are many beautiful temples including a Newar style temple near a wall with one hundred and eight stone taps and Buddhist temples with miraculously burning perpetual flames.

The walk from Jomosom to Muktinath is part of the Annapurna trek. In comparison to others, it is an easier trek and best enjoyed in the months of March to May and August to December. Having said that, there are year round delights and one of the most significant features of this trek is that it can be done throughout most of the year as it falls under rain shadow area. We’ll get magnificent Himalayan views for much of our trek and the entire route remains below 4000 meters (unless you duck up to the teahouses at Phedi for a quick walk!). The trek allows exploration of the beautiful villages of Jarkhot and Kagbeni and a peek into the Upper Mustang region. You may even be able to wander up the bed of the Kali Gandaki looking for shaligrams.

There is flexibility in this trek depending on the time available and the interests of the members of the group. We could stay a little longer in Pokhara or have more time in Kagbeni. Alternatively, we could explore some lesser trekked areas around Tukuche or the Tibetan refugee villages at Chimang and Chaimro. So many options! This is a moderate trek where we’ll walk an average of 5-6 hours each day. The trek does not go above 3800m and we throw in the delights of a hot spring as well.





Camping+ Tea House

Before trek: Arrival in Kathmandu, we will pick up at airport, transfer to hotel, briefing.

We can arrange for you sightseeing, day starts around 9am. Our City guide will take you to visit world heritage sites Biggest Hindu Temple Pashupati, Biggest Boudha Stupa and Swayambhu (Monkey Temple). Final preparation day for trekking, check the gears.

Day 01: Drive or fly to Pokhara (850m)
Day 02: Morning flight to Jomsom and trek to Kagbeni (2810m)
Day 03: Jarkot (3550m)
Day 04: Hike to Muktinath and back to Jarkot (3550m)
Day 05: Marpha (2680m)
Day 06: Ghasa via Tukuche (2080m)
Day 07: Tatopani (1190m)
Day 08: Drive to Pokhara by vehicle (850m)
Day 09: Drive or fly to Kathmandu (1350m)

After trek: Free day, shopping, departure

All prices are calculated individually based on number of trekkers, choice of accommodation in city, transportation drive or fly, …

What’s usually included:
Airport transfers in Nepal
All relevant surface transfer
All hotel accommodation with breakfast – can be arrange for you as Himalayan Sunrise has negotiated extra price in some cooperating hotels or you can book it individually
All meals on trek
All internal flights (with Goma Air, Tara/Yeti Air or Buddha Air), inclusive Airport Taxes and 15kg free luggage
Permit, National Park Entrance/Conservation Fees, personnel insurance
Guide and porters on lodge trek
12 kg free luggage carried by porter
Quality service and trek equipment

Not Included:
International flights
Sightseeing with entrance fees, guide and vehicle – we can arrange for you comfortable day with experienced city guide
Additional tours and meals that are not mentioned
Personal bills
Excess baggage charge (beyond 12 Kg each)
Insurance (for cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects)
Tips, yes, still it is common in Nepal. If you are happy with their service, we recommend around 8–10 USD for guide per day and about 6–8 USD for porter. Although our guides and porters receive a fair wage, it must be remembered that their work is seasonal.