Jomsom Muktinath trek is the classic pilgrimage trek through the deepest gorge of Kaligandaki River to the holy Muktinath temple. This Jomsom Muktinath trek is a part of the Annapurna circuit which is the most famous trekking route in Nepal. The trekking trail diversifies from the beautiful rhododendron forests that blossom during spring to rocky cliffs, ridges and deserts of Mustang. Visit the centuries old monasteries, caves and assorted landscapes. Passing through the deepest gorge, Jomsom Muktinath trek offers the amazing panoramic view of Annapurna Himalayan range and Dhaulagiri along with other mega snow-capped mountains.
omsom Muktinath trek starts with a 7 hours drive to Pokhara city then a short mountain flight to Jomsom, the capital city of Mustang district. We go for a steady trek towards Kagbeni through the Kaligandaki valley following the Kaligandaki River. The fossils (shaligrams) are also encountered in this kaligandaki valley region. Kagbeni is the small beautiful village which gives the glimpse of Tibetan highlands. The Muktinath temple having 108 water spouts is reached after a scenic trek day. Muktinath temple carries the historical and cultural importance both to the Hindus and Buddhist. Many pilgrims believe that it is a place of salvation and travel to this holy place from all round the world. Further the trail lead to tatopani where you can enjoy the natural hot spring pool relaxing your body. The eye catching sunrise views of Annapurna hiamalayan range, Dhaulagiri can be observed through the main view point Poonhill where we reach after hiking through Ghorepani village. After having a wonderful time in the mountain the trails we descend all the way to Syauli Bazaar from here the trail begins level till Nayapul from where we will drive to Pokhara and return to Kathmandu.