Muktinath Helicopter Tour

Muktinath Helicopter Tour from Pokhara

Key Infomation

  • Duration:1 Day
  • Trip GradeEasy
  • DestinationPIA Pokhara
  • Max Altitude3,750 m
  • ActivityHeli Ride, Puja & Tour
  • Group Size5
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Heli Tour
Price fromUS$990US$1,200
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0 people - 1 personUS$ 4500
0 people - 2 peopleUS$ 2250
0 people - 3 peopleUS$ 1500
0 people - 4 peopleUS$ 1125
0 people - 5 peopleUS$ 990
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  • No booking or Credit Card Fee
  • Free Cancellation

Those who don't have enough time to get to Muktinath by land or to trek to Muktinath through Jomsom on foot may choose to consider the Muktinath Heli Tour package as an alternative. Flying from Pokhara to Muktinath by helicopter is an incredible way to see the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges and the surrounding subtropical and alpine forests. From Pokhara, you'll need around 45 minutes to reach Muktinath. From Pokhara, you can also choose to go in a group. Helicopter trips to Muktinath start more frequently from Pokhara. This helicopter trip to Muktinath is very popular among Indian tourists, who make the trip from Pokhara. Tens of thousands of Hindus and Buddhists each year make the pilgrimage to Muktinath temple to fulfill their religious wishes.

The Muktinath Helicopter trip from Pokhara is a well-known and well-liked heli ride excursion that takes tourists to the sacred Muktinath temple. This helicopter tour to Muktinath just requires a flight time of forty-five minutes one way. It is appropriate for people of advanced age as well as those with limited time for religious visits. A ride on a helicopter during the Muktinath Darshan Yatra is one of the most common and well-liked ways to get to the sacred temple of Lord Vishnu. Muktinath is a holy temple that is nestled in the Mustang region. It is significant from a religious perspective for Buddhists as well as Hindus who travel there. Every year, thousands of pilgrims travel to the temple of Muktinath because they think that bathing in the waters of Muktinath will wash away all of their sins from their entire lives. Muktinath Temple, also known as Chumig Gyatsa, can be reached in the Mustang area of Nepal at an elevation of 3,710 meters above sea level. It is surrounded on all sides by snow-capped mountains and is situated near the Thorong-La mountain pass. One of the most well-known hiking trails that make up the Annapurna Circuit passes right by this holy site. How much a trip to the temple of Muktinath by helicopter will set you back relies on the kind of helicopter you take. A private charter helicopter flight will set you back more money, but it will also provide you with more conveniences. When flying as a group, it's important to be flexible and willing to work with the other passengers' schedules. Similarly, as the helicopter trip is a charter flight, it is possible for a group of up to five people to split the total cost of the tour. The cost of a helicopter tour of Muktinath can be reduced if you travel with a large party. You can book your heli tour directly from Kathmandu to Muktinath or from Pokhara to Muktinath. The snow-capped summits of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges can be seen from a distance during helicopter excursions of the Mustang. During your hour-long journey, you'll take photos of the beautiful scenery and stop by various historic monasteries. Inside this fortified city are intricately carved wooden pillars, pictures of Buddhist deities, and massive watchtowers, creating an entirely new and foreign environment. After the helicopter charter journey back to Kathmandu, the Mustang chopper excursions are finished. As you fly back to Kathmandu, you'll get to take in breathtaking views of the valley below you, as well as the surrounding towns, hills, snowy mountains, rivers, and more.

Highlights of Muktinath Heli Tour

  • Scenic flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara 
  • Scenic flight from Pokhara to Muktinath 
  • Explore the surroundings of the sacred Muktinath temple
  • Ground time of One hour in the destination
  • Encounter the deepest Kaligandaki gorge on your ride
  • Witness the majestic mountain ranges above the sky 
  • Take a bath in 108 taps inside the Muktinath temple

Mustang is the region of Nepal that lies behind the Himalayas and is considered to be the country's most remote and uninhabited area. It is sometimes referred to as the Forbidden Kingdom of Nepal. People from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds visit a single pilgrimage destination in the region known as Mustang, which is characterized by a high degree of cultural diversity. Because of its one-of-a-kind desert valleys and breathtaking scenery, the Mustang region has seen an uptick in recent years in the number of visitors from both inside the nation and from other countries. You can get in touch with us to reserve your seats for this breathtaking heli flight. In accordance with your preferences and choices, we also provide helicopter tours to Pathivara, Shey Phoksundo, Badimalika, Kyanjin Gompa, Mardi Himal, Gosaikunda Lake, and other locations. Contact us for more information on our helicopter tours in Nepal.

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Here is the Muktinath Helicopter Tour's full schedule. Contact us if you want to create your own personalized itinerary. We will design the schedule taking into account your needs and specifications.

7:00 AM

- Transfer to Pokhara Airport from your Hotel 
7:30 AM
 - Fly from Pokhara to Muktinath Heli Landing Ground  
8:30 AM
- Upon arrival at GMuktinath Temple, you'll have one hour time to explore the temple, participate in Puja and hawan program along with taking shower in 108 stone shrines water tap. 
9:30 AM
- Fly back to Pokhara Airport 
10:15 AM
- Land in Pokhara Airport and transfer to your hotel

Note: This is an estimated plans and time for the Muktinath Helicopter Tour. This may change due to the air traffic, weather condition and other consequences.

    What's Included

    • Airport transfer to/from Pokhara
    • Passenger Insurance
    • Helicopter flight to Muktinath temple and back to Pokhara
    • 1-hour ground exploration time 
    • Necessary permits and entrance fee for the Annapurna Conservation Area
    • Gratuities and Tips (recommended)
    • Personal Expenses during the trip
    • Food and drinks, and other expenses which are not mentioned in the above inclusive
    • Expenses due to Medical evacuation, etc.

    Additional Info

    What are the best seasons for Muktinath Helicopter Tours? 

    March-June and September-November are the peak seasons for the helicopter tour in Nepal as these seasons provide us with the best and clear view of nature and the mighty Himalayas. Please get in touch with us regarding scheduled departures for the upcoming season if you are considering a trip.

    To what extent do Helicopter Tours restrict passengers' weight?

    No more than five people (not including the pilots) can fit in the helicopter at once. A helicopter may carry up to 5 passengers on a charter. Helicopter tours are available to children older than three.

    How old do you have to be to go on a Helicopter Tour?

    Everyone, regardless of age, is welcome to join us on this adventure. However, kids above the age of three can join in on the fun of a helicopter ride. A helicopter ride is exciting and fun for people of all ages.

    How frequently are flights delayed or canceled due to adverse weather conditions?

    The weather in mountainous areas is frequently unpredictable. It is extremely dependent on the morning temperature as well as the wind on the very same day. If you want to avoid traveling during a storm, our team recommends that you leave your trip dates open for at least three to four days. You can try again the following day in the event that the flight is canceled due to inclement weather. If there will be no flight due to the weather, everyone gets a full refund.

    When we take the helicopter tour, what kind of height will we reach, and how many people will be in our group?

    The majority of the helicopters in our service have a maximum capacity of five passengers and can fly at altitudes ranging from 16000 to 23000 feet. The helicopter has a capacity for a maximum of five passengers in addition to the pilots. The group-sharing model requires a minimum of three passengers before the helicopter will take off. The basic helicopter has the capacity to carry up to 5 passengers when chartered. Children who are older than three years old are permitted to take part in the helicopter tour.

     

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