- Guided sightseeing in Kathmandu and Pokhara
- Explore the Kali Gandaki River valley
- Visiting the pilgrimage town of Muktinath
- Walking along the deepest gorge on Earth
- Natural hot springs at Tatopani
- Magnificent sunrise views from Poon Hill
Join our classic lodge trek in the Mustang region that includes the world’s deepest gorge of
the Kali Gandaki River, Jomsom Muktinath Trek. The trek reaching the maximum altitude of 3800m (12,464 ft)
and can be completed by anybody with a moderate level of fitness. 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 (26,240 ft).
Explore the hundreds of years old monastery, caves, local tribes and scenic beauties of the different landscapes.
Make an adventure starting from world’s deepest gorge Kali Gandaki Region into world’s highest regions passing
through an almost tree-less barren landscape, a steep rocky trail up and down hill and panoramic views of
Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and several other peaks.
The best seasons for doing this trek are Spring (March to May) and autumn (mid September to mid December).
In these seasons you will be rewarded by good weather, sunny and warm with clear sky and outstanding views.
You can trek in winter (Dec, Jan, Feb)
also, only the issue is cold weather with snow-fall at higher elevations.
Deive from pokhara to Nayapul [ Drive for 1 hours] and Trek Takhidhunga or Ulleri [1,552m/5,090ft]: 4-5 hrs
Tikhedhunda to Ghorepani [2,750m/9,020ft]: 6-7 hrs
From Tikhendhunga the trail drops down and crosses the Burungdi Khola, then climbs all the
way up to Ghorepani via very steeply up to village Ulleri. The Ulleri Hill with thousands of steps and boulders
that continually go upward would really prove a test of your stamina.
Ghorepani to Tatopani [1,190m/3,904ft]: 5-6 hrs
Ghorepani town has two parts: one in a saddle and the other a few hundred feet lower.
We stop at the higher part of the Ghorepani town that offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains
including Annapurna South and Nilgiri mountains. On the way to Tatopani, we descend steeply to Sikha, a large village &
further descend to Ghar Khola Village.
After crossing suspension bridge it climbs up at Tatopani.
Tatopani to Ghasa [2,110m/6,922ft]: 5-6 hrs
The trail now follows the Kali Gandaki river flows under the deep gorge by 2200m in between two 8000m mountaintops are
only 38km apart. Continuing along to Dana, Rupse Chahara meaning beautiful waterfall and Kopchepani, the trail further ascends
to the Thakali village Ghasa. Ghasa is a paradise
for the bird watchers. Included meals:BLD
Ghasa to Marpha [2,680m/8,792ft]: 4-5hrs
A steep climb through forest takes you to Lete Khola then reach to Lete. It further continues to the east side of the
Kaligandaki reach you Larjung Village.
Marpha to Kagbeni [2,810/9,218ft]: 4-5 hrs
The trail continues along the valley side, rising gradually before crossing over a low ridge to Jomsom Village.
Cross the Panga Khola to reach Ekle Bhatti meaning lonely pub. From Jomsom onwards it is very windy in the afternoon
and the trek continues on the gradual path on the Kali Gandaki river bed for about 3 hrs and finally reaching at Ekley-bhatti village.
After a good stop here an hour of easy walk takes us to Kagbeni,
which lies at the bank of two rivers.
Kagbeni to Muktinath [3,710m/12,170ft]: 5-6 hrs
Our journey starts with a special permit check up and onwards to the riverbank of Kaligandaki up stream. During the walk we will have
scenic picturesque places to stop by.
Muktinath to Jomsom [2,715m/8,910ft]: 5-6 hrs
Muktinath is one of most important destination for Hindus pilgrimage. It also hold an important place for the Buddhists. In the morning,
we visit the Muktinath Temple of the Lord Vishnu.
Jomsom to Pokhara by flight