Explore beautiful places like Jomsom, Muktinath, Marpha, etc.
We will experience beautiful landmarks of Jomsom, Muktinath, Marpha, etc. Its astonishing geographies are just mind-boggling. Jomsom offers majestic altitude atmospheres with great vibes of the Himalayan dynamite. Jomsom airport is a significant attraction in this region, which lies along the bank of the electric Kaligandaki river. Muktinath is a holy Hindu pilgrim site that is very sacred among both Hindus and Buddhists. The Muktinath Temple hails high at an altitude of 3,800 m, offering great views of astonishing Himalayan vistas.
Similarly, Marpha is another attraction in this region, which admits the electric flow of the Gandaki river, with grand mountain vistas. Cairo Gompa is the first Nyingma monastery of Mustang district and is very popular among villagers. It is open for trekkers also, as it provides excellent spiritualism. So, it is vital while chasing the asylum of majestic Himalayan pathways. Additionally, trekkers can visit the Tibetan Refugee Camp and the Tibetan Market to interact with Tibetan peoples and do some shopping.
Enjoy a Scenic Flight to Jomsom Airport:
Jomsom airport hails at an altitude of 2,682m, offering scenic beauty both aerially and after landing. It resites near majestic Kaligandaki gorge, which bestows its grace along with great vibes of snowy peaks. Trekkers will acclaim dramatic sceneries of astonishing geographies, initially before marching for Muktinath or Lo-Manthang.
Superb View of Mt. Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Other Peaks:
Accomplishing the majestic traces of Mustang Trek admits great vibes of snowy mountains. It includes Annapurna Sanctuary, Dhaulagiri ranges, whose vistas kisses above 8000 meters’ marks. Additionally, Machhapuchre, Himchuli, Tilicho Peak, Tukuche Peak, etc. are also prominent peaks here.
Experience Unique Thakali Culture:
Thakali cultures are significantly available in the Mustang region, offering great cultural vibes. Thakali peoples are linguistically and culturally close to Tibetan influences, and their cousin is just finger-licking. Importantly, their hospitality to the trekkers bestows the significance of Mustang trekking.
Explore Annapurna Conservation Area:
Annapurna Conservation Area is a combo of unique bio-diversity and alarming landscapes. Besides this, the sanctuary of Annapurna ranges encompassing Annapurna conservation adds limelight to this area. Floras include lone pine, Oaks, rhododendron, and many prominent Himalayan herbs. Similarly, the Conservation area includes asylum of Himalayan Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, Birds, Panda, Langur, etc. Exploring the dramatic beauty of the Annapurna Conservation area lets in beautiful memories for all trekkers.
Explore Muktinath (3,800m):
Muktinath Temple is a religious pilgrim site for both Hindu and Buddhist devotees. Jomsom-Muktinath trek is a trendy trek journey among trek lovers in the Mustang region. Muktinath’s journey takes you to the spiritual vibes of holy Muktinath premises. Importantly, it provides a panoramic view of mind-boggling Himalayan vistas.
Muktinath temple symbolizes unity in diversity among both Hindus and Buddhists. It is a temple of Hindu god Vishnu, who is the preserver of the world, according to Hindu mythology. Devotees come to worship here, and they take a holy bath, admitting a beginning of a new life. It is because devotees believe that dipping in-into the sacred spring of Muktinath, ensures the release of sins and the beginning of virgin life.
September-November i.e., autumn is the best time to visit Mustang. October is indeed the most crowded month. During these months, the vegetation grows at its best. Also, the views of Himalayan Vista are Stunning. Spring i.e., April to May, is also considered ideal.