- Trip Code NTEMH
- Max elevation 3000m
- Difficulty Easy and sensible
- Trip Type Adventure
- Duration 4 days
- Accomodation Hotel
- Transportation Helicopter and Private vehicle
- Trip Style Pilgrimage and Cultural
- Group Size 1-4
- Best Season August - December & February - July
- Food Bed and Breakfast
Muktinath Helicopter tour, Mustang is popular because of the presence 5th Dham (pilgrimage) of the Hindus, one major Shakti Peeth out of 51 others. Muktinath is an important destination for thousands of devotees and tourist every year. Driving from Kathmandu to Pokhara on the ways one has to pass hundreds of beautiful bends, alongside the bank of the Trishuli River on the Prithvi Highway while going to Muktinath Temple. Proceeding further towards Kurintar, the first cable car station in Nepal, Muglin, Dumre, and Damauli we reach to Pokhara
Having a divine view (Darshan) of Muktinath is believed to cleanse all the known or unknown sins ever committed in life. Not just for Hindus, Muktinath is a common pilgrimage for Buddhists, Jains, and Vaishnav as well. Mostly, Indian pilgrims prefer to visit Muktinath however, an equal number of overseas pilgrims are visit this holy place every year. 108 taps in this temple have created its unique identity, taking bath in these taps is believed to bestow upon the pilgrims the eternal peace in life. Pilgrims at first take the holy bath at these taps and only go to worship this temple. According to Hindu religious belief, performing Śrāddha (Memorial) in the name of deceased ancestors is said to provide ultimate salvation to their soul.
There is a famous Jwalamai temple west to Muktinath Temple. We can see the eternal flame flashing and flickering atop the water surface in this temple. This amazing temple is another attraction of Muktinath. The holy tour to Muktinath Temple and its vicinities finally return back to Kathmandu via Jomsom and Pokhara. This is how our trip ends.