Muktinath Tour By Flight

Duration: 7 Days
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Easy – Medium
  • Trip Style: Tour
  • Transport: Flight
  • Food: Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner(BLD)
  • Accommodation: Budget rooms – Guest Houses – 3 Star
  • Max Elevation: 3710 M / 12,172 FT
  • Route: Kathmandu-Pokhara-Jomsom-Muktinath and return same way
  • Best Season: March-June and September-December (Autumn - best weather at Muktinath): This is the peak season in Nepal, neither too cold nor too hot.

Our journey to Muktinath begins with a travel to Pokhara by road from kathmandu and have a chance to ride the Manakamana cable car en route. We fly you to jomsom from pokhara for the short trek to Muktinath, where we allow you time to luxuriate in a holy bathe as well as commiting to worship and darshan.


Manakamana temple darshan during on the way to Pokhara 

Pokhara sightseen 

Flight to Jomsom from Pokhara and sacred temple Muktinath Darshan

108 TAPS and 2 KUNDAS holy bathe

Jwala mai continuously burning holy flame from a rock located inside Dhola Mebar Gomp

View of mountain peaks such as Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri



Outline Itinerary

  • Day 1Arrival and transfer to Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Day 2Kathmandu sightseeing.
  • Day 3Drive/Fly to Pokhara.
  • Day 4Fly to Jomsom then drive to Muktinath, perform puja in the Temple and drive back to Jomsom.
  • Day 5Fly back to Pokhara & Pokhara Sightseeing.
  • Day 6Drive / Fly back to Kathmandu.
  • Day 7DAY 07 Kathmandu / Onward Destination:


  • 5 Nights’ accommodation in twin sharing basis, on AP plan 3 Star Hotel
  • 1 Night Hotel accommodation at Jomsom on AP plan on Sharing Room
  • One full-day sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley
  • One half day sightseeing of Pokhara City
  • Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu by Road/ Air
  • Airports - hotel - airport transfers
  • Pokhara-Jomsom-Pokhara flight Jomsom-Muktinath-Jomsom by Sharing Bus/Jeep
  • ACAP Permit
  • Tour Guide (Above 10 Pax)
  • Manakamana Cable Car Ticket
  • All Taxes
  • ​​​​International flight tickets
  • Entrance fee to sightseeing spots
  • Nepal visa fee for foreigner
  • Any extra expenses incurred due to unforseen circumtances and natural calamity
  • Bar and restaurant bills in the hotels other than the specifics meal plan
  • Personal expenses such as tipping, laundry, phone etc
  • Travel and medical insurance

Useful Information

Tradition & Culture in Mustang

The people of Upper Mustang call themselves Loba meaning people from Lo. Here, the people herd yaks, raise goats and sheep, and farm buckwheat, barley, wheat and mustard. The harsh climate conditions only allow one crop per year; at most two crops in the lower parts. In general, many people from Mustang leave to lower altitudes during the bitter cold winter months… the frequent migration has caused declining population in Mustang, amongst many other rural parts of Nepal.

In Mustang, people follow Tibetan Buddhism of the Sakya lineage. Although one can find gompas of Gelug and Nmuyingma school too. Sakya followers paint their religious structures like monasteries and stupas n stripes of grey (symbol of protection), white (symbol of compassion) and yellow (symbol of wisdom); a pattern that is repeated throughout the Mustang region, alongside ochre and white chortens and red-walled gompa buildings. The colours used are from the natural pigments from the earth itself found in Mustang.

Accommodation during this trip

During your Upper Mustang Trek you will stay in simple guesthouses along the route and enjoy the comforts of 4 or 5 star hotels in the major cities.

Meals & Drinking Water

Main meals are included in the package. You may want to bring with you some extra energy snacks for during your trek. It is recommended to carry a refillable water bottle to reduce the amount of plastic on the trails. You can fill this up from local water sources that are usually quite clean – to take precautions, consider having a UV steriliser pen or purification tablets.


All transport will be included in the package, except for international flights. Please discuss with your travel expert at The Trekkers’ Society what kind of transport you prefer to take between Kathmandu and Pokhara and the return.

Best season to travel to Mustang

The best season to travel to Mustang is between May and October. Although this is the rainy season in Nepal, in the higher altitudes like Mustang, the climate is dry and temperatures are bearable. Traveling during the winter months is not possible – not even the locals stay there!

Visa & Mustang Travel Permits

Nepal tourist visa applies. You will also need to apply for a TIMS Card and ACAP.

Please see the travel information section for more information.

To trek inside Mustang you will need a “Restricted Area Permit” which costs US $500 for the first 10 days per person, and US $50 per day after 10 days, per person.

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