Jomsom Muktinath Trek is one of the popular treks of Nepal, both for local and international tourists. It lies in the Mustang region, which is on the opposite sides of the Himalayas. That’s why, Mustang Region is also called the “hidden land behind the Himalayas”. This trek is also one part of the Annapurna Circuit trek. The trekking trail passes through serene villages, beautiful waterfalls, and deserted mountains. Jomsom to Muktinath trek also consists of walking along the deepest gorge of the world, Kali Gandaki, and visit the Muktinath Temple, which is the holiest place for Hindus and Buddhist religion.
Apart from that, there are small popular villages that lie in the Mustang region. They have their own specialty and uniqueness. Marpha village is popular for apple farming and white color painted houses. While Jomsom is the center point of the Mustang valley, that has lots of hotels, banks, airports, and others. Kagbeni is the gateway to the upper Mustang. No matter which in which place or settlements you are at, you can see the majestic Himalayas from every corner. Likewise, while trekking from Kagbeni to reach the Muktinath temple, you can enjoy the trans-Himalayan region of a mustang.
Various caves, lakes, culture, lifestyle and not to forget 12 pm wind, make the Mustang the most popular trekking locations in Nepal. While returning back to Pokhara, you can clam your body by dipping into the Tatopani ” Hot Spring Water” and it will surely be a pleasant experience while trekking Jomsom to Muktinath Trek.
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