The starting point in this trek is Pokhara. Pokhara is a beautiful city located about 200 kilometers away from the capital city of Kathmandu. At Pokhara, there are a lot of activities you can do to have a good time. They include boating in the famous Fewa Taal, cycling to Pame, paragliding, visit Sarangkot, Begnas Lake, World Peace Stupa, Mahindra Cave, and so on. From Pokhara, we take a flight to Jomsom in Lower Mustang and trek to Kagbeni.
From Kagbeni, we make our way to Muktinath (3800m), one of the world’s highest temples, sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. You will also make your way through Marpha, which is known as the “apple capital of Nepal.” Taste the famous homemade apple brandy here.
On your way back, you can view the fantastic sunrise at Poon Hill (3210m) and get a tremendous view of the mountain vistas. Explore the culture and tradition of the Gurung people you meet in the village of Ghandruk, and you can also try their local cuisine. One should avoid this trek during winter and rainy seasons due to harsh weather conditions. It is generally windy and dusty once you reach the higher terrains.
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Jomsom Muktinath Trek is an adventurous trek in the famous Annapurna region of Nepal. On the scale of difficulty level, this trek is easy because the maximum altitude we reach is 3800m at Muktinath. Muktinath temple holds a religious significance for Hindus and Buddhists all around the world. On our detour back, we also visit Poon Hill (3210m) and Ghorepani (2800m), where you can see the beautiful sunrise over the mountain vistas. You can also enjoy a relaxing bath at the natural hot spring available at Tatopani.
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