Muktinath Tour Packages
The holy Muktinath Dham temple located amidst the surreal beauty of the Mustang Valley in Nepal, is dedicated to Lord Muktinath, an incarnation of lord Vishnu. The temple is situated in a remote location and visiting this place is said to provide you with the ultimate salvation and it is said that one must visit this temple after completing the holy char dham yatra of Uttarakhand. Starting from Kathmandu or Pokhara via a helicopter or road journey this has to be one of the most ultimately spiritual experience you will ever have. Taking a holy bath under the freezing cold water of Muktidhara has to be an experience to remember.
The religious tour is taken up not only by devout Vaishnavites but by avid Hindu devotees as well. They brave the tough terrain, unexpected weather conditions and harsh forces to reach the temple and offer their heartfelt prayer to the lord. Through our range of packages that comprises of 9 days of Muktinath tour, 4 days or 9 days of Muktinath tour by helicopter you will be able to go to the ancient holy temple in the most convenient manner and skip all the hassle part and offer your rituals duly.
With a guarantee of safe and secure travels at the best available rates we will also take you on some interesting sightseeing of all the popular attractions in Pokhara, Kathmandu and around Muktinath. A complete and wholesome package with a combination of fun, adventure and spirituality is what we provide to you.
“Our Religious Muktinath Tour Package allows you to take a soulful trip with utmost ease to the famous Muktinath Temple. it is located in the remote area of Nepal from Kathmandu and in close proximity to the scenic tourist destination of Pokhara. People from places like Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi etc makes it a point to undertake this journey. Here you can get all the information and details regarding the temple, some interesting nearby attractions, and the numerous ways to get there through the finely drawn roadmap including the best time to travel, significant required permits and a detailed plan for a suggested tour itinerary.”