Jomsom Muktinath trekking is situated north of Pokhara, Nepal’s spectacular diversity appears at its finest. The deep valleys and high mountains encircling the giant Annapurna Himal embrace a wide range of peoples and terrain, from subtropical jungle to a high, dry landscape resembling the Tibetan Plateau.
Jomsom Muktinath trek is most popular trekking region in Nepal, attracting over 75% of all trekkers (more than 30.000 annually). Jomsom muktinath trek ascends through rice terraces and villages inhabited by the fearless Gorkha people, renowned for their strength and as pillars of both the Indian and British armies. A fascinating museum of Traditional Nepalese Life awaits you in Ghandruk.
Jomsom muktinath trek is very interesting in Tatopani where you will have the opportunity to relax in natural hot springs! Continuing along the Kali Gandaki River Gorge, marvel at the splendid peaks of Annapurna-I and Dhaulagiri both of which reach heights in excess of 8000m. The sacred temple has 108 waterfalls that resemble water flowing from taps and mysterious natural gas fires that boggle the mind. Finding Nepal beneath the flood of trekkers can be difficult, but the scenery and culture are top-notch, and you can avoid the peak-season crush and still get fine weather and views.
Jomsom Muktinath trek is the classic pilgrimage trek through the deepest gorge of Kaligandaki River to the holy Muktinath temple. This Jomsom Muktinath trek is a part of the Annapurna circuit which is the most famous trekking route in Nepal. The trekking trail diversifies from the beautiful rhododendron forests that blossom during spring to rocky cliffs, ridges and deserts of Mustang. Visit the centuries old monasteries, caves and assorted landscapes. Passing through the deepest gorge, Jomsom Muktinath trek offers the amazing panoramic view of Annapurna Himalayan range and Dhaulagiri along with other mega snow-capped mountains.