Muktinath Temple is located in the Mustang District of Nepal (Annapurna Conservation Area;3710 meters,22 km North-East from Jomsom). The Temple is very popular among Hindus and Buddhists. The place is called "Mukti Kshetra" by Hindus because they believe that one can obtain Moksha if s/he worships here. On the other hand, Buddhists call it Chumig Gyatsa (i.e The Hundred Springs).
It is said that Muktinath is a place where Guru Rinpoche meditated on his way from India to Tibet. Hence, the place carries a great religious significance to both Hindus and Buddhists.
108 water sprouts are the major attractions of the temple. Devotees take a quick bath in the icy cold water coming from the sprouts. Jwala Mai temple is also one of the centers of attraction.
You will have a scenic drive throughout the trip. The beauty and changes in the landscape will amaze you.
· Transport by tourist bus
· Accommodation on sharing basis.
· Expenses of personal nature
· Food and beverages
· Entrance fees (in needed)
· Sightseeing in Pokhara
· Full scenic road trip
· Experience the cold weather of Muktinath
· Exploring the temple(Galeshwor) and some others of the Himalayan region (Muktinath)
· The deepest gorge
· The longest suspension bridge in Kushma
· Jomsom Bazar
· Natural hot springs
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