The name of Muktinath is synthesis by two words - Mukti and Nath. “Mukti” means Salvation or Nirvana and “Nath” mean god or Master. Mukti Holds great significance for all spiritual people in the south Asian sub-continent. Muktinath (the provider of salvation) has been one such holy site, where thousands of devotees flock for attaining the much sought after moksha (Freedom) from the cycle of birth and rebirth. It is an ardent wish or a dream if you may say, of every Hindu to get Mukti-Nirvana from this cycle taking births over and over again. It is belief of the Hindus that this world is "MAYA" (an illusion) and the earliest one gets out of it the better and a visit to Muktinath will help them achieve that goal. Since then it called Muktinath. Muktinath is an important pilgrimage place for both Hindu & Buddhist. The holy shrine at Muktinath is in a grove of trees and includes a Buddhist Gompa and the pagoda style temple of Vishnu Temple, Containing an Image of Vishnu. It is believed that one should visit this temple after completing pilgrimage of four special religious sites, Chardham Yatra of India; Muktinath must be visited once.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu.
Meet assist at the airport and transfer to the hotel. O/N in Hotel.
Day 02: Visit to Pilgrimage sites;
Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath and Budhanilkhanta. O/N in Hotel.
Day 03: Transfer to Dhunche by surface.
Day 04-10: Pilgrimage Trek to holy Gosiankund lake and back to Dhunche.
Day 11: Transfer to Kathmandu by surface.
Day 12: Transfer to the International airport to connect onward flight.