Hindu Name:- Muktinath
Buddist Name:- Chumig Gyatsa
Muktinath-Chumig Gyatsa is one of the most important pilgrimage sites of Nepal for both Buddhists and Hindus. It is a great example to our world of a sacred place shared in harmony by devotees of two world religions. Muktinath means ‘Place (Nath) of Salvation (Mukti)’. The local people as well as the Tibetan-Buddhist pilgrims call the holy site “Chumig Gyatsa” meaning ‘Hundred Waters’ named after the 108 sprouts at the site. Opening hours of the site are between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM. Temples are closed during lunch.
It is located in Muktinath Valley at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass in Mustang, Nepal. It is one of the world’s highest temples.Download pdf brochure
Day 01: Kathmandu - Pokhara
Day 02: Pokhara- Jomsom
Day 03: Jomsom - Muktinath Visit - Marpha
Day 04: Marpha - Pokhara
Day 05: Pokhara- Kathmandu
The highlights of this tour
Day 1:- Fewa Lake / Bindabashini Temple / Devis Fall / Gupteshowar Cave.
Day 2:- Galeshowar Temple, Tatopani, Rupse Waterfall
Day 3:- Marpha Valley ( Jerry Galli / Kabaddi Galli / Apple Garden / Old Marpha Bazzar), Jomsom Bazzar, Kagbeni, Muktinath Temple, Jwalaji Temple, Buddhist Monastery, Dhumba Lake.
Day 4:- Baglung Kalika Temple, Kusma (Asia's 2nd longest Bunjee Jump)
Day 5:- Begnash Lake, Manakamana Temple.
Includes & Excludes
- Accommodation with breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Transportation:- From Kathmandu to Kathmandu by Scorpio Jeep.