Muktinath is a very sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhist too. Both Hindus and Buddhist visit Muktinath and worship here. It is located in Muktinath valley and the climate is very cold as chilling but the expression after Muktinath Darshan tour will worth more and you will forget all the obstacles of traveling. It is a pilgrimage where yearly people visit and explore its beauty.
Our guide will receive you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. This day we will take a short visit to Pashupatinath which is the world heritage site and holiest place for Hindus in the evening.
Today sightseeing at Boudhanath & Swyambhunath both which are a holy place for Buddhism. Budhanilkantha, another pilgrim site of God Vishnu idol lying over the pond is also a common place of worship for Hindus. Visits to the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square & Patan Durbar Square are also scheduled in our list. The squares are famous for their shrines, temples and their exquisite carvings as a testament to the ancient fine arts.
The road journey to Pokhara (City of Lakes) about 200 km begins after breakfast and upon arrival, you are checked-in to the provided hotel. The evening is left free for leisure activities like walking along lakeside on one’s will.
You will be transported to the Pokhara airport after an early breakfast for the departure of the flight to Jomsom (2700 mts.) Here you will be escorted to the hotel where after a while a jeep will transport you to the Ranipauwa (3710 mts.) from where a short trek (40 mins.) brings you to your destination, Muktinath Temple (3800 mts.) Muktinath is said to be the God of salvation which is why it attracts spiritual people in pursuit of ‘Moksha’ from all over the Asian sub-continent. After offering your prayers the tour continues with the walk back to Ranipauwa and then the jeep to Jomsom.
Early flight to Pokhara is followed by sightseeing around the city including visits to Bindabasini temple, Seti river, Gupteswor cave & Devi’s falls. Onto one of the main attractions is the Barahi Temple which stands proud in the middle of the Fewa Lake which concludes activities for the day.
Kick-started with an early sunrise view from Sarangkot which is a hilltop famous for the view it offers of the entire Annapurna range of snow-capped mountains. This ends the Pokhara trip and you head back to Kathmandu city, making a stop at Manakamana, a deity known for granting of wishes followed by arrival at Kathmandu.
Our representative will transfer you to the Kathmandu airport in time for your next destination.