Duration: 2 hrs Days
Trip Grade: Easy
Departure: Every Day
Ground time: 0:30 hr
Minimum Group Size: 1 to 5
Muktinath is the sacred site of Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims where thousands of Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims visit every year. Pokhara Jomsom Muktinath helicopter tour package is best option to visit the sacred Muktinath temple in a very short period without any physical difficulties. We start our Muktinath Helicoptor tour from Pokhara airport and fly to Jomsom, after short break in Jomsom we will fly to Muktinath. While flying you see the beautiful view of the mountains Annapurna Range, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Nilgiri Himal, Dhaulagiri Range etc as well as the view of the Pokhara valley, Rivers, Forest, picturesque villages etc. from there you again flight to Muktinath and land at Ranipauwa which is the gate way of Muktinath Temple. From Ranipuwa either you would walk or rent a horse to reach Muktinath Temple. There you visit the Muktinath temple, Jwala Mai Temple, Mukti Dhara where you see 108 water spouts in the shape of Bulls head, Monasteries etc.
Tour starts from Pokhara airport and flies towards north to Muktinath temple. You will fly high above the beautiful and scenic valleys enjoying the views of snow peak like Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. While in Muktinath, you will be given half an hour to perform holy pujas and take bath and you will be flown back to Pokhara.
There you visit the Muktinath temple, Jwala Mai Temple, Mukti Dhara where you see 108 water spouts in the shape of Bulls head, Monasteries etc. Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims believe that they got salvation if they visit sacred Place Muktinath and pay homage to Lord Shiva. You finally return back to Pokhara.
Note: We create the packages based on 5 person on group. So US$ 2500 you could share between 5 person.
Day 1 :Morning fly to Muktinath by Helicopter. After Holy bath and puja back to Pokhara free time for rest.
Day 1 :Morning fly to Muktinath by Helicopter. After Holy bath and puja back to Pokhara free time for rest.Morning fly to Muktinath by Helicopter. After Holy bath and puja back to Pokhara free time for rest.
Muktinath and its high valley are located in the Mustang Bhote region. The climate and landscape here are similar to those of the Tibetan Plateau since it is situated in the rain shadow of the Greater Himalayas. The changes in climate from warm to cold take you to the sacred shrine of Muktinath in Mustang district. Flowing through the region from north to south and forming deep gorges is the Kali Gandaki river. The temperature in summer (March to August) hover between Maximum of 16 to 18 degree Celsius and Minimum 6 to 8 Degree Celsius. In the beginning of winter (September to November) the temperature fluctuates between 14 to 16 degree Celsius and 0 to 4 degree Celsius. In the winter (December to February) the maximum temperature will be 4 to 6 degree Celsius and minimum 0 to -8 degree Celsius.
The most suitable time to visit Muktinath from March to May October. In November February, it can be cold, but you can travel. December and January are for the diehard snowfall in the all of area 4 to 10 ft. June to September is the raining season. As the weather conditions would not be safe enough to travel in o there months.
We suggest you take normal warm clothes. Light warm jacket, woolen sweater, warm T-Shirts, comfortable shoes, trousers and cotton pants are enough for this trip. We recommended you to bring down jacket for the winter.
Muktinath lies in the Annapurna conservation area where entry fee required. Entry fee can be obtained from Kathmandu and Pokhara. The ACAP entry fee is Rs. 200.00 Per person for Indians and others SAARC nationals and Rs. 2000.00 per person to others foreign nationals at the above mentioned designated place. An equal extra fee will be levied if permits are issued from field check post. The Permit is nonrefundable, non-transferable and is valid for single entry. Children below 10 yrs. need not entry fee
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