Enjoy the beauty of the ancient kingdom, Himalayas, and ancient temple with a splendid aerial flight. Our Muktinath Trek Flyin Flyout takes you to some of the majestic aerial views of Pokhara valley, splendid Mustang, and the Himalayas. Muktinath Trek Flyin Flyout kicks off from a flight towards Jomsom airport via Pokhara. The aerial view is merely majestic as you can observe the close window view of Mt. Annapurna Massif, Machhapuchhre, etc. Muktinath trek is one of the best selling packages in our Pokhara city tour package.
Furthermore, after landing at the Jomsom airport, you will get a remarkable glimpse of rocky mounds and an electrifying Kali Gandaki river. So, from Jomsom, we will trek towards Kagbeni crossing a majestic Kali Gandaki river with a splendid Himalayas view. It takes nearly 3 hrs of a trek to reach Kagbeni via Jomsom. Similarly, from Jomsom, we will trek towards Muktinath for a splendid religious trip. Muktinath is an ancient temple of Goddess Vishnu, located at an altitude of 3800 meters. Temple offers a great view of several mountain ranges and the ancient kingdom of Mustang. So, after observing a close sight view of Muktinath temple, we will trekking back to Jomsom. From Jomsom, we will catch a flight and head towards Pokhara, viewing some of the glorious views of hidden valley, lakes, rivers, and mountains.
Day 1: Pokhara Jomsom flight, Trek to Kagbeni (2804 Meters), 3 Hrs,
We will meet you at your hotel in Pokhara and transfer you towards the Pokhara airport via private transport. So, after clearing the boarding pass, you will enter the airplane for a flight to Jomsom airport. From Jomsom, we will start our trekking route to Kagbeni. Along the trails, we will encounter a mesmerizing flow of Kaligandaki river, tall rocks, winds, and fabulous mountain peaks.
Furthermore, we will see several Buddhist heritages, pray flags, monasteries along our way to Kagbeni. We will stay overnight at Kagbeni at a lodge/tea house,
Day 2: Kagbeni to Muktinath (3800 Meters), (3-4 Hrs)
From Kagbeni, we will start our Muktinath Trek crossing the beautiful rocky pass in Mustang districts. Along the path, you will face several Buddhist monasteries, prayer flags, and close mountain glimpses. So, elevating and viewing some intimate scenes of hidden mountain views, we will head towards Muktinath. We will see the marvelous view of Himalayas from Muktinath and perform some rituals. Thus, we will stay overnight at a tea house/lodge in Muktinath,
Day 3: Trek back to Jomsom (2730 Meters) from Muktinath (3800 Meters), (3-4 Hrs)
With a marvelous memory of the holy Muktinath temple, we will return to Jomsom on this day. Jomsom trek from Muktinath offers an imperial view of the Himalayas, Buddhist monuments, local settlements, and its geographical uniqueness. We will carefully observe an excellent view of Jomsom and its surroundings. The electrifying view of Kaligandaki river and it’s gorgeous sound makes everyone focused on it. We can explore several ancient Tibetan sites within Jomsom and interact with the locals along the trek. Thus, we will stay overnight at Jomsom for next days flyout.
Day 4: Jomsom Pokhara flyout
It is the concluding day of Muktinath Trekking Flyin FlyOut so that we will head towards Jomsom Airport. The flight usually takes place in the early morning for Pokhara. So, with a fantastic memory of Muktinath trek, we will take a flight from Jomsom. The windows side seat of the Airplane offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas, Pokhara valley, rivers, lakes, and natural architectures.
- Airport Pick up drop via Private vehicle,
- Experienced English friendly trekking guide,
- Accommodation including Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner while on a trek,
- Experienced & loyal trekking porter (s),
- Domestic Flight ticketing,
- Passengers Insurance
- All programs as per itinerary
- Crew members insurance and salary,
- All necessary governmental and airport taxes,
- Required Permit and Entrance fees (i.e., TIMS and restricted areas)
- Wages, food, transportation, accommodation, equipment, insurance, and other facilities to staff during the trek.