Muktinath Temple Re-opened from January 05 2021 after Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis

Good news for the Hindu pilgrimage devotees around the globe after the Muktinath temple has been re-opened from December 05 2020 after the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Completing some safety protocols, travelers can enjoy Jomsom Muktinath Jeep Tour, which is a great tour for adventure lovers beyond the Annapurna Himalayan range.

The decision has been taken after a meeting held in Mustang initiated by the Muktinath Development Committee, discussing with the related people and groups. The doors of the holy Muktinath temple have been opened from the 5th of December.




Safety protocols

Those who enter the Muktinath temple should submit PCR report mandatorily

If any of the devotees found positive or felt inconvenient, the committee will take care of them

Safety measures are provided for the authorities in the temple




The Muktinath temple was closed for almost a year after the fear of COVID-19 hit badly in the tourism sector. It had not only affected the Muktinath temple in the Mustang area and Jomsom, but it had also affected the whole tour in the western region.

Even after reopening the Muktinath temple, the pilgrimage devotees should follow the safety protocols decided by the local authorities.




The Mustang region welcomes thousands of travelers and trekkers every year. Jomsom Muktinath Trek, Jomsom Muktinath Jeep Tour, and Upper Mustang Jeep Tour are some of the most incredible trips in the Mustang region.




Jomsom is the district center and a windy valley located beside the Kali Gandaki River. The flight option is available from Pokhara. Also, Muktinath Helicopter Tour is another excellent trip in the Mustang region of Nepal, which is a highly suitable trip for timely limited people, senior citizens, and family groups with children.

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