Muktinath Helicopter Tour

Muktinath Helicopter Tour

  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Diffculty Level: Easy 
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Best Time: feb-june | aug-dec
  • Activity: Helicopter Tour
  • Max. Altitude: 3750m


  • Bird-eye view
  • Holy Temples
  • 108 Spouses to bath
  • Diligence Culture
  • Tibetan-inspired streets
  • One a lifetime experience
  • Private Chartered Helicopter
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in 5 Star hotel

The 04 days Muktinath Helicopter Tour with Yolo Hike is one of the most convenient ways to explore and devote to Muktinath Temple in a short amount of time. This tour is a private Muktinath tour package for a quick group personal trip, in which we will fly directly to the Muktinath Temple from Kathmandu. Early morning, your tour guide will pick you up from the hotel for Domestic Airport. Take a Helicopter ride to Muktinath, and perform pooja (worship) at Muktinath Temple, you can also take a bath at 108 spouses to clean all your sins.

The terms "Mukti" and "Nath" are combined to form the word Muktinath. "Mukti" means "Redemption or Heaven." while "Nath" signifies "God or Creator," For all spiritual people in the South Asian subcontinent, Mukti is extremely important. For ardent Hindus, the Sanskrit name Muktinath carries religious overtones and an emotional ring.

Hindus revere Muktinath as the birthplace of Lord Vishnu, and Buddhists as the birthplace of Padmasambhava. According to Buddhist legend, Guru Rinpoche, the founder of Tibetan Buddhism, meditated at Muktinath on his route to Tibet. An elderly Buddhist monk is present to worship. Muktinath is also the source of Silas or Shaligrams, you can also have a chance to notice breathtaking panoramic Himalayan scenery.

Muktinath private helicopter tour takes you above the beautiful and mesmerizing high hills and views of stunning mountains like Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. The Muktinath Heli tour takes three hours from Kathmandu. You will have time for rituals in Muktinath Temple like Puja at the temple, taking a bath of 108 taps, and dipping in the Paap Kunda and Punya Kunda. Finish rituals at Muktinath Temple and we fly back to Kathmandu.

The Muktinath Helicopter tour is suitable for those travelers who do not have a long time in Nepal but wish to visit Muktinath Temple in one day. This tour is suitable for Kailash Yatries who want to visit Muktinath in one day along with Kailash Yatra. We can combine Muktinath and Kailash tours please feel free to write us for more details regarding the Helicopter tour to Muktinath.

Please Note: The mentioned tour cost is per person based on 05 pax in one helicopter the cost is subject to changes as per the number of PAX and standard of Accommodation.


  • Altitude1310m
  • AccommodationHotel Yak & Yeti or Similar
  • MealsDinner

Today you will arrive at Kathmandu, Tribhuwan International Airport and apply for a visa, our representative will welcome you upon your arrival and transfer you to your hotel. After some rest, you will proceed for sightseeing of Pasupatinath Temple and perform Aarati.

  • Altitude1310m
  • AccommodationHotel Yak & Yeti or Similar
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After breakfast in the early morning, we will transfer you to the airport via private vehicle and fly directly to Muktinath for about 2-3 hours, making a slight pause at Pokhara to refuel the helicopter. After your arrival at the helipad in Muktinath Hike to Muktinath temple which takes about 20 minutes.

you will perform worship at Muktinath temple and take a bath at 108 spouses to clear all your sins and fly back to Kathmandu in the same helicopter taking a slight pause at Pokhara for refueling. Transfer to your Hotel.

  • Altitude1310m
  • AccommodationHotel Yak & Yeti or Similar
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today we visit a variety of places in Kathmandu valley. You will explore Pashupatinath Temple and worship lord Shiva and learn about the culture more vastly, next stop will be Guheswori Temple one of the holiest temple 1 km east of Pasupatinath on the bank of the Bagmati river. We'll then drive a short distance to the Boudhanath Stupa. In Boudhanath, wander the Tibetan-inspired streets and illustrate some local delicacies, Final destination will be Jalnarayan Temple (Sleeping Vishnu) which takes around 45 minutes and stretches into Shivapuri National Park, worship lord Vishnu and Transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel

  • AltitudeN/A
  • AccommodationN/A
  • MealsBreakfast

We will drop you at the international airport as per your flight schedule. Farewell, and Tour ends.

What's Included
  • Arrival and Departure arrangement
  • Muktinath by Helicopter
  • Privet Jeep to/from Muktinath to Jomsom
  • One Guide English/Hindi Speaking
  • Pure veg foods in the entire trip (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • All hotel accommodation is based on double-sharing deluxe rooms.
  • All local and government taxes.
  • Staffs Salary, Fuel Cost, and Allowances.
  • ACAP permit to visit Muktinath.
What's Excluded
  • Extra activities, Mountain flight
  • Restaurant/ Beverages/ Laundry Bills
  • Emergency and Unforeseen Circumstances
  • Tips/ Donations
  • Any others not mentioned in cost include

Additional Info

Passports and other travel documents

To enter Nepal, visitors from all countries except India must have a valid passport. If arriving by flight in Kathmandu, an Indian national must have a valid passport, Election Commission Card (Voter Id) with photo, or Identity Card provided by the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu, but if arriving by road or train, they can have an ID card granted by the Indian Government.

The school, birth certificate, or college ID is adequate for Indian children under the age of 18. The photo, name of the school or college, date of birth, and class in which the student is enrolled should all be plainly visible on the ID.


Nepal does not require a visa for Indian citizens. Most nationalities can receive a visa on arrival in Nepal, although tourists from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan must apply for a visa ahead of time.


Tourist visas are available for a variety of periods of stay. If you want to get a visa on arrival, you'll need to fill out a landing card (most airlines provide these before landing in Kathmandu; if not, they'll be available at the airport), pay a fee (which varies depending on your length of stay), and bring a passport photo with you to show the immigration officers.


In a visa year, a tourist can stay for a maximum of 150 days.
If you're still unsure, check out the Department of Immigration's website or contact us for booking and inquiry at [email protected]. We are always on service.