Day 1: Kathmandu to Pokhara
We will be picked up your hotel/place and travel towards Pokhara that is 200km away from Kathmandu. on the way we will travel along Trishuli River with excellent view of surrounding mountains. It takes around 6 hour to reach Pokhara by vehicle. We can also arrange a direct flight to Pokhara journey time is 30 minutes if you wish to avoid traffic. We will drop you into the hotel to take rest. In the evening we will go for boating in Fewa Lake, at the middle of lake you will land on the Iceland of the Barahi temple. After two hours long boating we will be back to the hotel, have dinner and stay overnight in hotel.
Day2: Sightseeing of Pokhara
Wake up early in the morning get fresh, have breakfast and get ready to drive up to sarangkot to view different kinds of Himalayan ranges and sunrise view. Sarangkot is one of the trekking spot and well-known viewpoints. We will spend about two to two and half hour to explore. After spending memorable time in sarangkot we will be back to Pokhara city and we will go Davi’s fall and Gupteswor Mahadev Cave. We will have dinner and stay overnight at Pokhara.
Day 3: Fly from Pokhara to Jomsom , trekking to Kagbeni (2,858 meter)
The district head quarter of Mustang is Jomsom. The flight takes us over the Kali Gandaki, The deepest gorge in the world. We will have a great view of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna. Later on within few minutes we will touch totally different environment where the valleys of Himalayan rain shadow. Start our walk along the Kaligandaki River and prepare for a strong wind in this section for trek. After few hours, we will get to a small but beautiful village called Ekla Bhatti situated along the bank of the rivers, where we can hava enormous view of Nilgiri Himal. It is also an ideal place to stop for tea and lunch. Walking for about an hour we will reach Kagbeni. This beautiful medieval village has a lively main square with prayer flags and heads of goats. The narrow alleyways and to explore the village’s ancient mudpack house
Day 4: Kagbeni to Muktinath Trek
Start our second day trek. We will first reach a village called Khingar and then Jharkot. Both are good places to stop for tea and lunch. We will continue our trekking until we reach to the next village called Ranipauwa. Then continue to a small village surrounded by green hills called Muktinath. Muktinath is called for its cold springs and also a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists. We will also visit to Jwala Mai, Patal Ganga, Shiva mandir and Another point of attraction is 108 water spouts, can take holy bath in the sacred 108 water spouts surrounding the temple and it is believed that the one who dips into it will be free from his past sins or negative activities. And we will stay overnight at Jomsom.
Day 5: Back to Kathmandu from Jomsom
We will travel back to Pokhara from Jomsom by Jeep and continue our journey towards Kathmandu by vehicle. We can also fly to Kathmandu from Jomsom.
Muktinath is one of the world’s highest temples (altitude 3,800 m) and located in Mustang District. It has a pagoda style design and dedicated to Lord Bishnu, in a picturesque location which is holy site to both Hindus and Buddhist. You can see 108 water spouts behind this beautiful temple, in the shape of cow head, you will have a feeling that you had self-imposed yourself in a mythological place. There are many mythological stories which tell of God Bishnu turning into stone. And according to Tibetan Buddhist Muktinath-Chumig Gyasta is home of 32 Taras, Dieties, Dakinis, goddesses known as Sky Dancers, and one of the 24 Tantric places. People also go to visit Muktinath for Thakali Culture, Thakali Culture is one of the most attraction of Muktinath typically it’s is widely present in Jomson. And it is also one of the best places for trekking in Nepal, you can also enjoy some adventures activities such as hiking, Biking, Downhill run, uphill cycling etc at Jomsom. Dhumla lake is another best part of jomsom which is 5.5km far from Jomsom. You can enjoy spectacular panoramic view of Lomanthang, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak and Muktinath Temple from the Jomsom View Tower. Rupse Falls is also the most attraction of jomsom.