7 days Muktinath Temple Tour

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2-4 Pax. US$ 960 P/P
5-7 Pax. US$ 680 P/P
8-10 Pax. US$ 660 P/P
11-14 Pax. US$ 640 P/P
Over 15 Pax. US$ 600 P/P
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Trip Duration

7 Days

Nature of Trip

Tour

Maximum Altitude

3800m

Difficulty Grade

Easy

Start & End Point

Kathmandu

Best Seasons

Mar-Jun and Sep-Dec

Meals

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Transportation

Jeep

Accommodation

Hotel

Muktinath Temple Tour Highlight for 2024 and 2025

  • The major attraction of the 7-day Muktinath Temple Tour is visiting the holy Pilgrimage in 2024 and 2025.
  • You can also visit the Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu while traveling in Nepal.
  • You will bathe in 108 sacred water spouts in the Muktinath temple tour.
  • Astounding surroundings with mountain views, culture, and traditions of local people
  • Scenic drive and flight to Jomsom and start Muktinath temple tour
  • Enjoy the Scenic natural beauty of the highest Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, and Annapurna regions.

Overview of 7 days Muktinath Temple Tour

The 7-day Muktinath temple tour is the most famous holy pilgrimage tour for Buddhism and Hinduism. The Temple lies in the Mustang district and at the bottom of the Thround Pass trek in Annapurna.

The altitude is 3710 meters above sea level. Check it out for 2024 and 2025 according to your holidays to Muktinath Temple by Jeep, Bus, Jeep, Plane, and Chopper.
Muktinath Temple in Nepal is a holy place that attracts people worldwide. The Temple has 108 sacred cow-shaped water spouts, and visitors can take cold showers and holy baths in two ponds.

Muktinath tour is famous for Hindus and Buddhists. Both revere a small temple for Lord Vishnu. Visit both Hindu and Buddhist temples in Muktinath.

According to Hindu and Buddhist beliefs, this place is believed to have all five elements.
Muktinath Temple is a holy site for Buddhists and Hindus. Lord Vishnu is believed to reside there as ammonites called Saligrama-Shilas. It’s one of the 24 meditation sites for Buddhists and is a heavenly place to visit.

A tour to Muktinath in 7 days is the best way to entertain you if you love Adventure and want to feel adventurous. Suspension bridges, whitewashed chortens, Thakali communities, and snow-covered mountains line the path.

Muktinath, touring with a group and family is also the best option for spending your holidays and having a lifetime experience with your loved ones. Without a doubt, every pilgrim’s desire for Muktinath is unquenchable. The cave architecture of Mustang’s Muktinath Valley has been added to the list of world heritage sites.
We are embarking on our journey to Muktinath from Kathmandu by Jeep and Helicopter. During your stay in Kathmandu, you can visit some historical and religious sites before driving to Pokhara. We will then take a flight from Pokhara to Jomsom the following day. From there, we will travel by Jeep to the Muktinath Temple and back to Pokhara, where we will stay overnight in Jomsom.

The Muktinath Tour Package in 7 days offers an immersive experience with a stunning view of the alpine peaks and the magnificent Himalayan range. You can easily reach Muktinath from Kathmandu by road or helicopter. This place is not only popular among Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims but also among adventure enthusiasts. Muktinath is also home to the world-famous Annapurna Circuit trekking path. You can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Mount Dhaulagiri range and other magnificent mountains from Muktinath.

Famous village along the Muktinath temple tour by Jeep.

Lying in the Mustang district, the region itself is unique and beautiful; in such a beautiful region, visitors pass through well-known villages during their trip to Muktinath. The towns on the way to Muktinath are not just a waypoint but also an area that showcases Nepal’s rich culture with distinctive art, architecture, and religious practice. Also, each village on the way to Muktinath has its own culture and natural charm. Some of the famous villages along the Muktinath trip include.

Tatopani Village.

Tatopani, at an elevation of 1100m, is a charming village you’ll pass through along the Muktinath trip. The town lies on the bank of Kali Gandaki and is close to Lower Mustang. The town is well known for its natural hot spring with 52 degrees Celsius water. Tatopani is between the village of Beni and Ghasa, within the conservation area of Annapurna. With inhabitants of Thakali, Magar, and Gurung, Tatopani showcases the harmony among different religions in Nepal.

One can reach Tatopani easily from Pokhara city within 6 hours of driving. There are two ponds of natural hot water; one is for women’s bathing and the other for men’s bathing. People believe bathing in the Tatopani cures all skin diseases and some problems in one’s body. If you also want to experience bathing there, you can try. However, you should mix cold water there as the water is too hot. The view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range is mesmerizing from Tatopani, creating scenic beauty.

Marpha Village.

In northern Nepal, Marpha is a delightful village along the Muktinath trip at an elevation of 2670m. The town lies in the Dhaulagiri zone of Mustang district and Kali Gandaki valley. The Marpha village, also known as the capital of Apple, provides allure to visitors with its apple orchard. If you visit around the Marpha, you’ll see different types of apples, including golden and red apples. Also, the village is famous for producing crops, vegetables, and other fruits.

The unique structure of Marpha’s houses, with whitewashed walls, flat roofs, and wooden carved windows, attract visitors visiting the area. Furthermore, the monasteries of the village, along with colorful prayer flags, also create a pleasing environment in Marpha village. Chhairo Gompa and Tashi Lhakhang Gompa are significant monasteries with great cultural and spiritual significance.

The Marpha village on the way to Muktinath is a well-known stop point for trekkers on the Upper Mustang and Annapurna Circuit trek. The town offers lots of accommodation points and warm hospitality. Thakalis are the major communities of the Marpha village, and they have their own culture and traditions. Also, the Thakali cuisine is famous all around Nepal.

Jomsom Airport

At an elevation of 2738m, Jomsom Airport at the Gharpajhong Rural Municipal of Mustang District is a famous village along the Muktinath trip. Jomsom village, lying in the Gandaki province at the bank of Kali Gandaki River, has been Mustang’s district headquarters since the early 1970s. Jomson Airport serves as the gateway to Upper Mustang as well as for trips to Muktinath. A direct flight from Pokhara Airport to Jomsom Airport is available. Thus, visitors seeking a convenient and faster way to reach Muktinath can take the flight.

At the bank of the Kali Gandaki River, the airport and village of Jomsom lie between the snow-capped peaks of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, and other mesmerizing peaks. Its location on the route to Annapurna Circuit makes the area even more famous among travelers. Also, the unique cultural heritage, scenic beauty, and unique geography make Jomsom one of the prominent villages along the way on the Muktinath tour. During the peak season (Spring and Autumn), 6-7 flights operate daily to the Jomsom airport.

The village offers modern services, as Jomsom is a district headquarters and the area’s major administrative center. Various standard accommodation points are available at Jomsom. Also, a five-star hotel is under construction near Jomsom airport.

Kali Gandaki river and Shaligram

Kali Gandaki is a holy river that flows through the Mustang district. The river has a length of 560km and a width ranging from 20m to several hundred meters. The Kali Gandaki River forms the deepest gorge in the world due to its formation of depth at 5571m below between the range of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri on either side. It is deep from Kalopani to reaching Dana. You can jump from one bank to another as the bushes on one bank are crossed with the other. The primary source of the Kali Gandaki River is Damodar Kunda. Shaligram is one of the various specialties of the river.

Shaligram is the sacred stone (fossilized ammonite shells) found only in the Kali Gandaki River. The stone occurs naturally in the river and holds great significance to Hindus as they believe that the Shaligram indicates lord Vishnu. The notable aspect of the Shaligram is its naturally made appearance. The Shaligrams are of various lines, marks, and shapes, each symbol associated with lord Vishnu. Hindus strongly believe that the presence of the Saligram in their home is auspicious and provides positive energy.

One can buy the Shaligram in the small market near Muktinath temple. Those with much time can go alongside the river of Kali Gandaki and search for Shaligram by themselves; however, it takes time. Furthermore, during the journey from Jomsom to Kagbeni, travelers pass through the bank of Kali Gandaki River; at that time, travelers can also search for Shaligram.

Muktinath Temple Tour from Kathmandu

Travelers have three options to tour the Muktinath temple from Kathmandu: a direct helicopter tour, a jeep tour, and an airplane tour. The helicopter tour takes five hours, the Jeep tour takes three days, and the airplane tour takes two days. On the helicopter tour, you’ll have two hours to explore the Temple and the area. 

The airplane tour requires a jeep ride from Jomsom to Muktinath since the helicopter service is unavailable. Touring the Muktinath temple from Kathmandu is a great experience regardless of your mode of transportation.

Muktinath Temple Tour Cost by Jeep

The Muktinath Tour Package offers an immersive experience with a stunning view of the alpine peaks and the magnificent Himalayan range. You can easily reach Muktinath from Kathmandu by road or helicopter.

This place is not only popular among Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims but also among adventure enthusiasts. Muktinath is also home to the world-famous Annapurna Circuit trekking path. You can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Mount Dhaulagiri range and other magnificent mountains from Muktinath.

Group discounts are available. Extra luxurious services will increase the cost. You can contact us on WhatsApp at +977 9851033819 for more information.

Itinerary of 7 days Muktinath Temple Tour

Boundless Adventure arranges a Muktinath temple tour from Kathmandu by Jeep, Plane, and Helicopter. Look at the itinerary for the Muktinath temple tour by Jeep.

During the trip, you will have a 4WD Jeep due off-road to Muktinath Temple.

It is just a seven-day round trip from Kathmandu to Muktinath temple and returns. Similarly, during the tour, You will have Breakfast, Accommodation, and a Jeep. Of course, necessary permits are included in the cost.

Note: If you want to go to Mount Everest, a tour by Plane or Helicopter will cost you extra.

Day
01

Day: 01 Pick up from International airport

Car

15 m

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

No

Accommodation

Hotel

Pick up from the international airport and drop off at the Hotel by vehicle. Overnight in Hotel
You will have a hotel in Kathmandu. Lunch / Dinner on your own

Nepal International Airport
Departure to Nepal International Airport
Day
02

Day: 02 4wd Jeep drive from Kathmandu to Tatopani

Jeep

9 hours

Overnight

Tatopani

Food

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Have breakfast in your hotel and a Jeep drive to Tatopani from Kathmandu (Naturally hot springs).

You will have overnight accommodation in the hotel, including dinner. It will take 9 hours; Lunch will be on the way to Pokhara.

However, you will drive on gravel roads for at least 1 hour.

Tatopani\ Hotspring pool.
Tatopani Hot Spring Pool.
Day
03

Day: 03 Drive to Muktinath and Marpha overnight.

Jeep

4 hours

Overnight

Jomsom

Food

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Have breakfast at the Hotel in Tatopani and continue to drive to Muktinath Temple via Marpha village, Jomsom, and Jharkot.

It will take 4 hours to get to the Jeep station of Muktinath temple. You need to walk another 2 KM while you will get off the Jeep.
You may explore the Parshuram Dham and Have lunch at the Muktinath / Ranipauwa.

Similarly, you will drive to Marpha village via Kagbeni village after Muktinath. At the same time, you visit the Muktidham (you may visit the Kagbeni village where the Sangam of two different Rivers and get some saligram/fossil).

You will be overnight at the Marpha village in the Evening.

Muktinath Temple Tour
Muktinath Temple Image
Day
04

Day: 04 Return to Pokhara

Jeep

7 Hours

Overnight

Pokhara

Food

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Have breakfast at the Hotel in Marpha and drive to Pokhara.

It will be a 6/7 hour drive from Marpha to Pokhara. You’ll have lunch along the way to Pokhara. Explore Phewa Lake and have dinner in Pokhara.

Your hotel is near Phewa Lake and views Mt. Annapurna and Mount Dhaulagiri Himalayan range.

Muktinath Jeep Tour Image
Muktinath Temple Jeep Tour Image
Day
05

Day: 05 Return to Kathmandu 

Jeep

5 Hour

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Have breakfast in Pokhara and leave the Pokhara. You may have a great chance to explore the Bindabasini Hindu temple, David’s Falls, and Manakamana temple along the way to Kathmandu.

You will have lunch along the way to Kathmandu, but you will have dinner in Kathmandu alone.

Likewise, you will stay at the same hotel in Kathmandu as you stayed on the first night of your trip.

Soti Khola by Jeep
Jeep Drive to Kathmandu.
Day
06

Day: 06 Sightseeing in Kathmandu.

Car

5 Hours

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Have breakfast in your Hotel and start exploring the Kathmandu heritage site.

Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swyambhunath, Bouddhanath, and Pashupatinath. In the evening, aarti will start at Pashupatinath.

Drive back to the Hotel and shop around. Overnight in a Hotel in Kathmandu

Nepal Tour Packages
Kathmandu, Nepal Tour Packages
Day
07

Day: 07 Departure to the international airport.

Jeep

15 m

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast

Have breakfast at your hotel in Kathmandu and drive to the international airport by car / Jeep.
I hope you have a pleasant journey ahead.

If you are taking off in the late afternoon from Kathmandu, you may go to see Mount Everest by plane or helicopter from Kathmandu at extra cost.

Note: Check-out time is Noon from the Hotel.

Airport of Kathmandu
Departure to the airport

What's Included?

  • Airport picks up and drops off by the vehicle.
  • Standard accommodations in Kathmandu and Pokhara with Breakfast.
  • Standard accommodations in Jomsom include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Muktinath and National Park Entry Permit.
  • Around trip by Jeep.
  • Manakamana Cable Car tickets
  • There are two bottles of Mineral water in every room at Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Double twin share-based rooms.
  • WI-FI in Kathmandu and Pokhara  Hotel.
  • Road permits during the trip.

What's Excluded?

  • Donation and Tips
  • Hard and soft drinks
  • Bar Bills.
  • Temple and monastery entry fee.
  • Personal expansion.

Essential Information - 7 days Muktinath Temple Tour

What Can We Expect From Muktinath Temple Jeep Tour

Here are some points that you can expect from the Muktinath temple jeep tour:

Pleasing drive: One of the most common things you can expect on the Muktinath Temple jeep tour is a pleasing drive throughout the journey. The jeep tour begins in Kathmandu and then gets to the tourist hub of Pokhara and your destination, Muktinath. Throughout the drive, you’ll be pleased with views of mountains, traditional Nepali villages, beautiful flowing rivers, and the diverse landscape of Nepal. 

Cultural Immersion: During the jeep tour to Muktinath temple, you will have a chance to immerse yourself in the diverse cultures of various ethnic groups. As you journey on the jeep tour, you will pass through traditional villages with unique cultures, lifestyles, customs, and traditions. The locals are hospitable, kind, and always willing to welcome you into their culture and share their traditions.

Pilgrimage site exploration: You can undoubtedly expect to explore the pilgrimage site of Muktinath on the Muktinath Temple tour. The Temple is a religious place of significant importance for Hindu and Buddhist communities at 3800m above sea level. Travelers can take time to explore the Temple, appreciate its architectural style, and participate in the rituals conducted by resident priests.

Local CuisineOn the Jeep tour to Muktinath temple, you’ll stay overnight at Jomsom. There, you’ll get to taste the local cuisine. You can also have options for international cuisine, but having local cuisine provides different satisfaction. The local cuisine is tasty and good for your health. 

Driving on the road between Pokhara to Muktinath

While going on a Muktinath tour through a mode of ground transportation, the road condition is the major question that arises in most travelers’ minds. Due to the well-known cities, visitors generally do not ask about the road conditions from Kathmandu to Pokhara. However, the driving conditions from Pokhara to Muktinath are usually visitors’ concerns.

The condition of the road between Pokhara to Muktinath is of three different segments:
Pokhara to Tatopani:
The first part of the drive towards Muktinath from Pokhara takes you to Tatopan. It takes 6 hours of drive to get to Tatopani from Pokhara, covering a distance of 90km. The road conditions from Pokhara to Tatopani involve different conditions. The road is blacktop from Pokhara till reaching Beni. While from Beni, the road is gravel. Thus, you’ll have a smooth drive up to Beni on a well-maintained trail, and then the trail becomes rough with rocky terrain.

Tatopani to Muktinath and return to Marpha:
The second segment of the drive from Pokhara to Muktinath involves driving from Tatopani to Muktinath. It takes 4 hours to reach Muktinath temple from Tatopani, which covers a distance of 64km. From Tatopani to Muktinath, the driving road is gravel, with some rough, bumpy, and rocky sections. After you visit Muktinath temple, you’ll return to Marpha village. The road is gravel, and you’ll return using the same route. It takes a tentative 6 hours to reach Marpha from the Muktinath temple.

Marpha to Pokhara:
From Marpha, the journey returns to Pokhara using the same route taken first to reach Muktinath. Thus, the driving road from Marpha to Pokhara is gravel and blacktop. From Marpha, the road is gravel until reaching Beni, and from Beni, the road is blacktop with well-maintained condition. It takes 7-8 hours of drive to reach Pokhara from Marpha Village.

Overall, the driving road from Pokhara to Muktinath is paved and unpaved. However, the road conditions vary depending on the time of the year and weather conditions, especially in unpaved sections. During the dry season, the driving roads are in good condition, but during monsoon season, the chances of landslides and closure of roads due to heavy rainfall could be a concern.

Weather and Climate

Throughout the year, the area of Muktinath faces different weather and temperature. The region faces four distinct seasons every year, bringing other weather conditions. In the Spring season, the area of Muktinath faces mild weather with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 14°C (50°F to 57°F). However, the temperature drops close to freezing point during the night. 

In summer, the weather is sunny, with temperatures ranging from 11°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F). And nights are chilly, with temperatures up to zero degrees Celsius. In Autumn, the weather is drier and more apparent due to the post-monsoon season. The average temperature during Autumn is around 15°C (59°F), and the weather is usually sunny and mild. Weather is freezing in Winter, with temperatures dropping below minus degrees. 

Climate 

In the Mustang district, Muktinath faces a unique Tundra Climate. The climate indicates relatively cold temperatures throughout the year and summer with cool temperatures. Muktinath’s annual temperature is 15.4ºC (59.72ºF), 6.6% harder than the average throughout Nepal. 

Overall, the Tundra climate of Muktinath, with its cold temperatures and distinct seasonal changes, signifies its unique environment. From the greenery of summer to the calm snowscapes of Winter, Muktinath invites travelers on a mesmerizing journey through nature’s beauty. 

Distance from Kathmandu to Muktinath

The distance from Kathmandu to Muktinath varies depending on the route. The Boundless Adventure itinerary breaks it down into three parts: Kathmandu to Pokhara (201.2 km), Pokhara to Jomsom (158.7 km), and Jomsom to Muktinath temple (23.6 km). The distance between Kathmandu and Muktinath is approximately 383.5 km (238.3 miles). The travel time depends on the Jeep’s speed, rest stops, traffic, and road conditions.

Transportation services from Kathmandu

Boundless Adventure provides ground transportation according to your Group’s size. Because the cost is hugely different, we’ll give a car to 3/4 people from Kathmandu Pokhara and a plane or Jeep to Muktinath. But, If you are traveling in a Group, we will provide a private bus from Kathmandu and a Plane or Jeep from Pokhara.

Muktinath temple tour by Jeep

Muktinath jeep tour takes 8 to 9 hours from Pokhara to Marpha. You will have one overnight at the Marpha village, and you will drive the following day to Muktinath temple, explore the Temple, and drive back to Tatopani overnight. The Pound of Tatopani is a natural hot spring at 52 degrees Celsius near the Kaligandaki River.

Similarly, the entire distance traveled is 219 kilometers on paved and unpaved roads—the first 100 kilometers from Pokhara to Beni. The rest of 119 is a series of winding lanes. The majority of our journey is along the bank of the Kaligandaki River.

After having a great bath in the natural hot spring, you will drive to Pokhara overnight, but if you would like to drive a Jeep from Kathmandu to Muktinath and back to Kathmandu, then it will add two days to the trip. You may end your journey at Pokhara and turn into the Sunauli, Panitanki, and Raxul borders by bus or car.

However, we’ll pick you up and drop you off at the edge by bus or car if you are interested.

Muktinath tour by plane

Because there is no direct connection from Kathmandu to the nearest airport to Muktinath Temple, the nearest airport to Muktinath is Jomsom Airport. There are morning flights from Pokhara only.

As a result, you must first travel to Pokhara by road or domestic plane and then take a plane to Jomsom the next day. Similarly, fly back to Pokhara by plane and drive to Kathmandu on the same or the following day.

In this situation, you must stay one overnight at Pokhara and another at Jomsom. If you are short of time, you can arrive in Kathmandu by connecting flights from Jomsom to Pokhara and Pokhara to Kathmandu.

But, we suggest you better have one overnight at Pokhara due to bad weather in Jomsom, and the flight can be canceled due to weather.

Muktinath Temple Travel by helicopter

Boundless Adventure provides a direct helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Muktinath and returns to Kathmandu within four hours, including 2 hours of ground landing at the nearest helipad of Muktinath. Also, you may have alternative options from Kathmandu to Muktinath and back.

Drive a car or fly into Pokhara by fixed wind plane overnight; in Pokhara the next day, fly to Jomsom by plane and Jeep to Muktinath.

Take a helicopter from Pokhara to Muktinath temple and return to Pokhara on the same day.
Riding the chopper from Pokhara will take just two hours on round trips, including a one-hour helicopter at the Muktinath helipad.

Best season for the tour to Muktinath

Muktinath has a wide range of average temperatures. March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, and December are the finest seasons to visit Muktinath temple. The weather will be transparent throughout these months, allowing you to glimpse the snow-capped mountains up close. The holiest pilgrimage place has excellent Himalayan views, beautiful scenery, and perfect weather conditions. Similarly, we are not suggesting you during January and February. It might be cold and snowing around Ranipauwa and Muktinath Temple.

Permits for Muktinath Temple tour

Muktinath Temple is in the Annapurna Conservation area. Everyone must have permits to get to Muktinath Temple; no worries, Boundless Adventure provides permits from Kathmandu. You need to send us your passport, Adhar card, or Voter ID; any of them will be fine, but a picture is also required for a permit.

You must pay a double permit fee at Jomsom airport if you cannot get permits in Kathmandu. These are the rules of the Annapurna Conservation Area.

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Most Asked Questions by Travellers

The Muktinath temple is 3,810m above sea level in Lower Mustang, Nepal. Most people travel from Kathmandu and Pokhara, but some also visit from the Annapurna Circuit.

Jeeps are a standard mode of ground transportation to reach Muktinath temple and are popular. The Jeep is available from Kathmandu to get to Muktinath directly. You can complete the Muktinath temple tour using ground transportation in a Jeep.

Yes, The Annapurna Conservation Area permit (ACAP) and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) are mandatory for visiting Muktinath temple. ACAP is necessary due to the temple’s location within the Annapurna Conservation Area, and TIMS is compulsory for each trekking destination in Nepal for the safety of the travelers.

Various myths and legends connect the history of Muktinath temple. One legend reveals the history of Lord Vishnu. There is a myth that Lord Vishnu took asylum in Muktinath after being cursed by the sage.

Yes, due to the famous pilgrimage site, several hotels with different qualities are available near the Muktinath temple. The hotel options, ranging from budget guesthouses to the finest luxury rooms, are available at Ranipauwa, near Muktinath temple.

You can complete the Muktinath temple tour in four days. To visit the Kathmandu Muktinath temple, you’ll first drive from Kathmandu to Tatopani. From Tatopani, you’ll get to your destination, Muktinath. Then, you will head back to Pokhara and then to Kathmandu.

Muktinath temple is a holy place for Hindus and Buddhists. It is renowned for its 108 natural water spouts, which are believed to purify and cleanse the sins of those who bathe under them. The Muktinath temple is also famous as the holy site of Vaishnavites.

Yes, you can get Saligram in the surrounding area of Muktinath; however, you need to buy it. There is a belief that Saligram symbolizes Lord Vishnu in the form of a Stone. You can find the Saligram stone in the Kali Gandaki River near the Muktinath temple.

The Kali Gandaki River lies very close to the Muktinath temple. From the temple complex, the Kali Gandaki River is just 2-3 km away. Due to its closeness and accessibility, pilgrims and visitors can go to the riverside and collect Saligrams.

The cost of the Muktinath temple tour generally ranges between $600 and $980. However, the price varies depending on the trip duration, accommodation preference, additional service included, and group size.

Reviews on 7 days Muktinath Temple Tour

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Lea Meier
Germany

Muktinath temple tour

I searched on Google for my preference and came across Boundless Adventure. Although I wasn’t initially ready for adventurous activities, I checked their website anyway, and the WhatsApp number immediately popped up. I messaged them and was pleasantly surprised to receive a response within a second. After discussing my desires with Mr. Dambar Khadka, he suggested the Muktinath Temple tour. Even though I was alone, Mr. Khadka was kind enough to include me in another group. The tour ended up exceeding my expectations. Throughout the tour, I learned a lot and got to experience many new things.

Because of my busy life, I was exhausted and wanted to find peace through spiritual practice. So, I decided to travel far away from crowded areas and find a peaceful place to settle in.

Upon reaching the temple, I felt a sense of inner peace. Throughout the tour, I was able to forget about my day-to-day life. Many thanks to Boundless Adventure for taking note of my preferences and suggesting the Muktinath temple tour.
Lea Meier, Germany

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Sumina
America

Visiting Muktinath temple was the best decision my cousin and I ever made. The journey through the beautiful Mustang region was breathtaking.

Upon reaching Muktinath temple, the spiritual ambiance was appreciable and peaceful. The shower on 108 sprouts was refreshing and spiritually uplifting. I am glad that we trusted Boundless Adventure for our tour. Choosing a trekking agency for us took time as we were female, and finding a company that ensured our safety was hard. But after a long search, we found Boundless Adventure and were very satisfied with their service and ensuring our safety.

My cousin and I want to thank Mr. Dambar Khadka and the team for helping us; we’ll remember the company and team forever.
Sumina, America

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Krish
India

My group of 15 people had planned to go on a pilgrimage tour. As the leader, I was responsible for selecting a trustworthy trekking agency to ensure our safety and oversee the logistics of our large group. I am happy to report that I chose Boundless Adventure for our tour, and they did an excellent job.

From the beginning until we said our goodbyes, the team cared for us like family. Arranging logistical support for 15 people can be difficult, but Boundless Adventure made it seem effortless. We had no reason to complain about anything. Our guide and porter were always smiling and friendly. We completed our journey on the Muktinath trek without worrying about anything. Boundless Adventure allowed us to focus on the tour and forget any worries. We highly recommend this agency.
Krish, India

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