Jomsom Muktinath Trek
Annapurna region lies in the north of Pokhara and offers dramatic views of some of the most majestic mountains in Nepal. From Pokhara the trail rises as high as 2,500m. at Panchasey Hill. The wide range of climate and unusual geographic features of this area make it a naturalist’s paradise. The trail frequently breaks from the “beaten path”, allowing you to come in contact with people that still have relatively minimal contact with the outside world, and eventually winds into the Kali Gandaki Valley, one of the world’s deepest gorges. Trekking in this area is relatively easy and it allows you to witness the grandeur of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains along with scenic Gurung villages and beautifully terraced rice fields.
Day 01Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara, 835m.
Day 02Fly to Jomsom, 2,710m. and trek to Kagbeni at 2,800m.
Day 03Trek to Muktinath, 3,800m.
Day 04Rest day at Muktinath. Visit the temple of salvation.
Day 05Trek to Jomsom, 2,410m.
Day 06Trek to Marpha, 2,400m.
Day 07Trek to Tatopani, 1,200m.
Day 08Trek to Gorepani, 1,450m.
Day 09Trek to Birethanti/Nayapul and drive to Pokhara. Fly to Kathmandu.
Airport Pick up and drop by private vehicle.
Hotel here in Kathmandu on B/B Base.
While you are trekking your Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner & as well as your accommodation in a Tea house or Lodge.
You will have a professional Trekking Guide from our company as well as porter.
The salary - Meal – Accommodation - & the insurance of the Trekking Guide and porter.
Trekking Permits - National park fee ( Known as conservation fee)
Whats not included
Your Nepal visa.
Your Travel & Health insurance
Your lunch & dinner here in Kathmandu.
Your alcoholic drinks –cold drink – mineral water & beverage.
Tips for your Trekking Guide and porter.