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The Jomsom Muktinath trek traces the trail from Pokhara all the way to Kali Gandhaki valley with Muktinath the pilgrimage site as the end point of the trek. Along this trail you will enjoy the natural splendors as well as the unique culture of the...more
The trek between Muktinath to Jomsom, passing by Kagbeni, the most common way, is now a road. If you want to make a real trekking connection those villages, is better go by Lupra, on a 5 hours walk.
Passing by that pitorestic village, ignore the...More
I took a shared Jeep from Jomsom to Muktinath early in the morning as recommended by Hotel Tilicho owner then trek down to Kaghbeni which took me approximately 2 hours easy walk through Jharkot village which might be a shortcut way. The view through out...More
I had a great time trekking to the forbidden kingdom of Nepal, or so as it is known. There are quite a few hotels at Jomsom and Kagbeni, all dedicated to providing good stay and food to trekkers. The locals are friendly, you get to...More
I did this trek as part of Annapurna Circuit Trek and it was definitely my least favorite day. First, it's just walking on the road. It's super windy and the sand actually hurts your face! (I ended up putting sunglasses and two baklavas to cover...More
In May 2018 we started our hike from Muktinath to Kagbeni via Jomsom in late morning. Really gets windy and feels like a sandstorm so not a good idea to start this hike late. But you get rewarded with desert like views on the other...More
The sacred place is amazing. We had big groups from India. Short day tours include a visit to Pashupatinath Temple, Narayan Temple, Doleshor Temple, Surya Vinayak Temple, flight to Pokhara to Jomsom and finally Muktinath.
No problem with altitude, vegetarian foods are good, special pooja...More