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We were 30 of like minded people travelled from Delhi, visited Naimsaranyam, Ayothya and Mukthinath. It is all holy vishnu temples one should visit. Visit to Muithinath need to go with the guide as this is at the bottom of himalayas, wherein we could see...More
If you are a Hindu, you likely are visiting for religious reasons. If you are not, it still is worth a visit. Sit on one of the benches that lead up to the temple and observe the people as they go by. Their ages, their...More
Stay at Muktinath
Muktinath is one of the revered holy sites for Hindus . Situated at an altitude of 3800 m , the place is accessible via helicopter or road transport from Pokhra . In both cases , there are high chances of altitude sickness...More
The temple of Muktinath is an amazing, interesting and truly spiritual place.
We stopped by after walking down from the Thorung La pass, while hiking around the Annapurna. One just believes that the peaks, and the ice you see on the pass are the most...More
I visited the temple in the evening. The complex is huge, with many other temples inside the complex itself. There were not many people in the evening, so it was very peaceful to walk around and watch the sunset while sitting next to the statue...More
It was an amazing experience to be there at Muktinath temple. It's got some religious side to it as most Hindus and Buddhists believe it to be a place where you get salvation or moksh. It was fun experience to run through 108 running cold...More
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There are 3 options for u.
1. Take flight pokhara to jomsom: Tara air, simrik air are only 2 operational airlines at the moment . If Nepalese citizen you get good discount if you book just a day before flight for... More
There are 3 options for u.
1. Take flight pokhara to jomsom: Tara air, simrik air are only 2 operational airlines at the moment . If Nepalese citizen you get good discount if you book just a day before flight for international rate remains pretty much same .
2. Take public transport: many mini bus , wagon, 4wd are available from pokhara , kathmandu or sunauli directly till jomsom and I must say it's very exhausting journey as It's country road with bumps and no concrete pathway .
3. Hire bike : you can rent bike and guide from many tour operator . Google map might not support fully but there are kilostones and direction guidance through out the way till jomsom.
All mode of transport except private rentals will only take you till jomsom as there is no bridge for vehicle except bike to cross river Kali gandaki . After you cross the wooden bridge there are buses and wagon which will take you directly till ranipauwa mustang .
Jomsom to muktinath fare : Rs. 265 direct
Jomsom to kagbeni: Rs. 140
Kagbeni to muktinath: rs 200