Jomsom Trek and Chitwan Explore - 15 Days

Good to Know
  • Duration 14 Days
  • Trip Grade Easy to Moderate
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu/Kathmandu
  • Group Size 1-10
  • Max. Altitude 3,800m at Muktinath Temple
  • Best Season Spring & Autumn

Highlights

  • Venture into the city of seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Kathmandu Valley.
  • An exciting drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara
  • Watch the radiating mountain from a lofty hill named Poonhill.
  • There is a vast cultural exploration in Ghandruk and Ghorepani.
  • Live your moments during a relaxing bath at Tatopani.
  • Explore the Kali-Gandaki River Valley and its deepest gorge in the world.
  • Get blessed in the holy temple of Vishnu, Muktinath (3,800m).
  • Walk through the lush forests of rhododendron, oak, and pine, etc.

The trek to Jomsom and exploration of Chitwan is yet another iconic adventure following the ancient salt trading route in the trans-Himalayan land of the Annapurna trekking region. The trekking trail of this combined Jomsom and Chitwan excursion passes through several appealing villages of the native Himalayan people and the dense woods of some of the rarest fauna in the world.

Throughout the hike, you will be walking through the bank of the Kali Gandaki, offering great cultural and natural diversity of the Annapurna region, where you will see the statement “Nepal is rich in its scenic beauty” come true. The cultural fusion of various ethnic communities is outstanding to get a better insight into the country’s multicultural beauty, with the majority of Magar, Gurung, and Thakali people.

En route to trek Jomsom/Muktinath, trekkers will be blessed with the splendid views of Annapurna I (8,091m) and its ranges, Lamjung Himal, Macchapucchre, Nilgiri Himal, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak, and many others. The overall journey takes an interesting turn in Tatopani, where you will take a relaxing bath in the natural hot spring whose water has been proven to be significantly beneficial for health.

Furthermore, the Jomsom/Muktinath trek combined with the Chitwan expedition ascents to Kagbeni, which once served as the track to enter the forbidden kingdom, led to the sacred temple of one of the supreme Hindu deities, Vishnu, in Muktinath, revered by both Hindus and Buddhists.

On the second half of the joined trek to Jomsom and Chitwan, you will move onto the natural paradise of Nepal, which is home to a wide array of flora and fauna where you can ride elephants, go canoeing, watch birds, and encounter some of the exclusive endangered mammals such as the one-horned rhino, gharial crocodile, royal Bengal tiger, etc.

Therefore, the adventure to the Chitwan National Park via Jomsom/Muktinath is an incredible journey of a lifetime to discover the exceptionally diverse and beautiful culture from the Himalayas to Terai of Nepal, including the abundant biodiversity of the country, along with some of the predominating sky-towering mountains such as the tenth-highest peak in the world, Annapurna I (8,091m), and the seventh-tallest giant in the globe, Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), to not miss going at all.

About Jomsom

Situated in the Dhaulagiri Zone of northern Nepal in the Mustang district, Jomsom is one of the most popular trekking destinations at an altitude of 2,743 m above sea level inside the Kali Gandaki River valley.

Commonly referred to as the gateway to the restricted Mustang region of Nepal, Jomsom is a notable town offering mixed culture, and unique and arid landscapes along with ancient monasteries and mani walls.

In brief, Jomsom is a major trekking hub of the Annapurna region, often used as a starting or ending point for venturing into other extraordinary places like Upper Mustang, Kagbeni, and Muktinath, which also falls under the more well-known trekking routes of the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

What to expect at Jomsom Trek?

Jomsom Trekking, which is essentially a part of the popular and lengthy Annapurna Circuit Trek, is a quick and enjoyable trip through the Annapurna region. If you're short on time and aren't interested in doing the entire Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Jomsom Trekking is a great alternative to being in the shadow of the planet's tenth and seventh highest mountains, Annapurna I (8,091m) and Dhaulagiri (8,167 m).

From the beginning of the trek, you will be astounded by the area's wealth of natural and cultural treasures as you pass through a number of traditional Tibetan-influenced hamlets along the Kali Gandaki River, all under the watchful eye of the Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Macchapucchre (fishtail), Annapurna, and other mountains. Where you can anticipate:

Refined mountain vistas

The adventurous journey to Jomsom and Chitwan presents trekkers with the most excellent display of nature’s grandeur, which becomes more and more detailed when the sun begins casting its gentle light upon the snow-covered, rugged peaks.

A series of Himalayan ranges, including the Annapurna ranges (8,091m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Mt. Macchapuchhre (6,993m), Mt. Nilgirir (7,061m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6,441m), Tukuche Peak (6,920m), Gangapurna (7,445m), and many more, look exactly upfront to you en route to the Jomsom trek. They will fascinate you right away, right from the beginning of the journey.

Alluring sunrise from Poonhill

Although there is a different trekking trail called Ghorpani Poonhill to witness the breathtaking sunrise when the glorifying peaks are totally covered in the golden hue of the first light, the Jomsom trekking route with Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks drops by this infamous Poonhill.

The early morning short hike up to Poon Hill during the 14-day trek to Jomsom and Chitwan really pays off well with the panoramic views of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Machapuchare ranges, which is not only a visual feast but also a spiritual and rejuvenating experience.

The rich culture of native Himalayan people

The lower section of the Jomsom area passes through the Gurung and Magar villages in Ghandruk, while the upper region of the Annapurna is predominated by the people of Managis, Thakali, and other ethnic communities of Nepal, showcasing a unique and unspoiled influence of Tibet.

During your trekking days, you will be spending most of your nights at several tea houses and local lodges, where you will get an opportunity to get a deeper insight into their authentic, typical lives. Therefore, the Jomsom Trek can also be called a cultural endeavor and is perfect for those looking forward to exploring the rich cultural diversity of Nepal.

Scenic Ghandruk, Ghorepani, and Marpha village

The trekking trail to Jomsom passes through several charming villages, among which Ghandruk, Ghorepani, and Marpha villages are the most notable. All of these are widely popular for their photogenic qualities, offering a vast range of landscapes.

These villages are mostly inhabited by Gurung, Magars, and other indigenous communities where travelers can get to try vibrant traditional Gururng, Magar, and some other traditional attire as well.

Furthermore, the hike throughout this part of the Annapurna region during the Jomsom trek enters a lush woodland of oak, rhododendron, pine, and bamboo, where you might even get to watch some of the rare species of avians chirping along with a few endangered mammals adding much to the overall scenery to capture in your lens.

About Chitwan National Park

Lying at the foot of the Nepalese Himalayas, the fertile land of the first national park of Nepal, Chitwan National Park is home to 700 species of wildlife. Covering an area of 952.63 square kilometers, the park is basically a haven for flora and fauna enthusiasts seeking to savor the raw wilderness of nature and the life it has created.

Moreover, from the adventurers' point of view, Chitwan National Park is a bliss of the god where the best out of the best activities to perform to collect the memory of your lifetime. Such activities include:

Rapti River canoeing in Chitwan National Park

Canoeing in the river Rapti is one of the best things to do in Chitwan National Park, which has been attracting tourists from all around the globe. The chances of encountering Marsha Mugger and Ghariyal crocodiles are greedy for every adventurous soul, for sure.

A slow-paced river journey while observing the exotic varieties of birds, animals, and some nectar insects is a perfect way to unwind and connect with the tranquil beauty of nature, which is also the true root of humanity.

Chitwan National Park Safari

A safari in Chitwan National Park is the best way to enjoy every core of Chitwan National Park, offering a unique blend of adventure, wildlife, and culture in a pristine natural setting. This can be done by joining a jeep, bullock, walk, or elephant ride.

Though the most serene way to head for the jungle safari is no wonder, walking by food. However, the chances of encountering a huge one-horn rhino make it the safest option. Nonetheless, a jungle safari is a must-do activity in Chitwan National Park, which is the heart of Nepal’s biodiversity.

Tharu Cultural Indulgent in the Chitwan National Park

On the outskirts of Chitwan National Park, there live the native people of Tharu, who serve the visitors of the park with the kindest and warmest hospitality. Their enriching culture fascinates everyone with their welcoming cultural programs, including their traditional music and dance.

The experience is holistic, adding layers to your overall journey with the rich tapestry of culture and tradition evolved in the harmony of the native Terai people and the abundant natural environment.

Elephant riding and bathing

As you are entering the land of wild animals into the national park of Sauraha, the best and safest method to do so is the elephant ride. Being home to several endangered fauna, including some of the fierce one-horn rhino and Bengal tiger, it will be exciting to observe them in closer proximity once you have assured your safety.

Bathing elephants in the rivers Rapati and Narayani is another popular and novel activity in Chitwan National Park, where tourists can play with the elephants, take a dive together, and click some pictures. As per the safety concern, the elephants you will get to ride or bathe inside are trained under human care, and you might not get hurt during the process unless and until you provoke them.

Therefore, the Jomsom Trek, which later on connects you to the diverse Terai ecosystem and its culture, is a natural as well as cultural exploration of the lifetime, providing you with an array of wildlife flourishing amidst the yet mysterious Himalayas to the Terai of Nepal.

Jomsom Trek and Chitwan explore the itinerary

There are several factors influencing the itinerary, combining the Jomsom trek in the Annapurna region with an exploration of Chitwan National Park. With Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks, you can complete it in the most memorable 14 days.

The trek officially begins with an enchanting drive to Pokhara from Kathmandu. Throughout the riding hour, you will be blessed with the astonishing peaks that later on hit off the hamlets of the Budhi Gandaki River, arriving first at Tikhedhunga and later on other villages of the Annapurna region, including Ghorpani, Tataopani, Ghasa, and Tukuche.

The following day, you will be showered with the blessings of the Muktinath temple, which is extremely precious to all Hindus and Buddhists spread over the world and is an international religious monument.

Thereafter, you will make your way back to Pokhara via Marpha in Jomsom, the apple orchid valley. Upon reaching Pokhara, you will begin preparing for another extraordinary adventure towards Chitwan National Park.

After spending an unforgettable two nights and one day in Chitwan National Park, according to our best itinerary to discover both the breathtaking mountain landscapes and rich biodiversity of the lowland jungles of Terai, you will return back to Kathmandu to share your amazing journey from the crispy Himalayas of Nepal to the warm lands of the Terai region with your loved ones.

Jomsom Trek and Chitwan Explore cost

The cost of a 14-day Jomsom trek and Chitwan exploration for a group of 7–10 members starts at USD 975, which is our standard package cost. The larger the group, the better the journey, as you will explicit the price amongst each other with more cultural immersion and exchange.

If you are seeking a solo trekking experience of the Jomsom trek with Chitwan Explore, it will cost you slightly more than the group discounted price of USD 1,150, which is USD 1,075 for 2-3 pax and USD 1,025 for 4-6 pax.

Similarly, for a group of more than 10 trekkers and travelers, we provide a flexible group discount depending on your budget plan, ranging from USD 975 to USD 1,150 at Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks.

Itinerary
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Our airport team representative from Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks will greet you warmly upon your arrival at the terminal gate of the Tribhuvan International Airport and transport you to your hotel.

In the evening, you will meet your respective trekking guide at the refreshment dinner hosted by us, where you will be briefed about your upcoming journey.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsComplimentary- Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is named the city of temples for a reason. Among the uncountable of them, seven are considered the most substantial cultural and historical landmarks listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

So, on the second day of your stay in Kathmandu, you explore the holiest Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Swayambhu, along with the three ancient Dubar Squares of Nepal: Basantapur/Kathmandu/Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square, Patan, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square.

By afternoon, you will meet your guide for the necessary preparation for the trek.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

Your adventure begins this day as you ride a tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara, which is about a 6-7 hour drive depending on the traffic on the respective day through the Prithvi Highway.

The lush forest above the full-speed streams, waterfalls, and terraced farms will keep you entertained until you reach the bustling tourist hub of Pokhara, from where you will take a local bus up to Nayapul and begin trekking up to Tikhedhunga to stay in the local tea house.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,577m

It is actually the second day of trekking when you will hike up by ascending through the steep hills for about a couple of hours until Ulleri which makes its way to the forest of rhododendrons to meet Banthanti.

After savoring a delicious lunch at Banthanti, the trekking trail of the day eventually takes you to Ghorepani, a Gurung and Mager people-dominated village amidst the vibrant forest of rhododendrons, to stay overnight at the lodge.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude2,874 m/9,429 ft

Poonhill is famous for its breathtaking panoramic sunrise view of Annapurna, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Fishtail, and the surroundings. Therefore, this morning you will start the trek quite early to catch the striking first rays of sunlight in the Himalayan giants.

Then, you will descend gradually to Tatopani, renowned for its natural hot spring, to soothe the tired muscles after breakfast at Ghorpani and lunch at Banthanti via Deurali.

  • AccommodationTea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,210 m

Now, the overall journey takes an interesting mode, beginning from the deepest gorge globally, Kali Gandaki, which crosses Bhalo Khola and later on Dana. In around a half-hour trek, you will see one of the most thrilling waterfalls from here.

Ghasa, otherwise called the Thakali village, lies at the end of the narrowest section of the Kali Gandaki River, where you will call it the day.

  • AccommodationTea-House
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude2,120m

Now, you are on another trekking day that gradually gains altitude following the bank of the Kali Gandaki River in a picturesque narrow ravine. The trek of this day can be a great aid in increasing your adaptability to cope with the mountain environment that ends at the village of Tukuche, where you stay at the local guest house.

  • AccommodationLocal-Guest-House
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude2,560m

The trek to Jomsom from Tukuche is along the flat trail of the banks of the Kali Gandaki River, passing by a Tibetan refugee camp on the outskirts of the Apple Valley of Nepal, Marha. It is known for its scenic apple orchard, distillery, agricultural farmlands, and lush hills.

In around 3 hours from Tukuche, you will meet the gateway to the holiest sacred temple of the region, Muktinath, and stay overnight at a lodge.

  • AccommodationTea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude2,600m

It is one of the major trekking days when you will finally get to visit the holy pilgrimage, Muktinath, at an elevation of 3,800 m (12,464 ft) upon a gradual ascent from Jomsom while watching the shimmering water of the Kali Gandaki River.

The temple encompasses 108 stone sprouts and an eternal flame that never goes dim. It is believed that water from 108 possesses divine power that has the capability to cure, heal, and wash off karma. So every year, it hosts more than a thousand Hindu and Buddhist devotees.

  • AccommodationLocal-Tea-House
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude3,800m

On the ninth day of the Jomsom trek and Chitwan exploration, you will continue the journey throughout the Kali Gandaki Valley to Marpha, the home to apple orchids, where you will get to witness the extensive range of apple products, including apple brandy.

Among the other organic products of the region, apple brandy is considered the rarest, so consider yourself lucky if you get to taste one.

  • AccommodationTea-House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,800m

The Jomsom Valley has a small airport from which domestic flights are easily accessible. Hence, on this day you will board a scenic flight to the city of adventure, Pokhara, where you can do biking, canoeing, kayaking, and paragliding as well.

Besides it, the whole city is famous for the stunning panorama of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri which can be seen reflected in the lake of Phewa, where boating is a very famous activity.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals
  • Max. Altitude2,600m

The much-awaited journey towards Chitwan National Park begins this day after morning breakfast. The park is around 179 km away from Pokhara, which you will be covering in approximately 3–4 hours of driving on a normal traffic day.

The sunrise and sunset, including wildlife observation, are very famous park activities along the rivers Rapti and Narayani, inhabited largely by the people of Tharu communities.

  • AccommodationStandard-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner

It is the major highlight of your trip to Chitwan when you will participate in every exciting and adventurous activity like jungle safari, elephant riding, bird watching, village sightseeing, bathing elephants in a breeding center, and many more.

These kinds of activities are a must to participate in for creating lifelong memories with your family and friends, and it is mostly important for you to give your life a new direction.

  • AccommodationStandard-Hotel
  • MealsAll-Three-Meals

Now, you are almost at the end of your Jomsom Trek and Chitwan tour after an incredible day of jungle safaris and natural exploration at Chitwan National Park. Therefore, on this day, you will take a drive back to Kathmandu.

By the evening, you would have already made it back to the hustling and bustling Kathmandu. Upon reaching the valley, you will be directly transferred to the hotel to take much-needed rest.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

As per the 14-day itinerary of Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks for Jomsom Trek and Chitwan Exploration, it is your final day in Nepal when you will be driven to the only international airport in the nation, Tribhuvan International Airport.

We feel honored to have you serve and hope to see you back in Nepal. In the meantime, if you are hopeful to extend your stay in Nepal and want to get more into the Himalayas, you may want to consider our other exclusive packages.

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    What's Included
    Includes
    • 8 nights and 9 days of food and accommodation during trek (local lodge)
    • Transportation from Kathmandu to trekking departure point, flight from Jomsom to Pokhara, ride from Pokhara to Chitwan, and then back to Kathmandu
    • English speaking local expert guide, porters( porter carry maximum 20 k.g and one porter between two person)
    • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) fees
    • Annapurna Conservation permit (ACAP)
    • Three nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu at bed and breakfast, one night accommodation in Pokhara at bed and breakfast
    • Two nights in Chitwan, breakfast, lunch, and dinner included
    • All activities in Chitwan - elephant riding, jungle safari, canoeing, village tour, etc.
    • Airport transfers and escort
    • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu
    • Equipment & clothing for porter & staffs
    • Equipment (sleeping bag, first aid kit, oximeter etc.)
    • Insurance for all staff & porters
    • Trekking achievement certificate
    • Adventure Himalayan Tshirt
    Excludes
    • Nepal visa - Multiple Entry 30 days - USD 50  (Details in Visa Page)
    • International flight
    • Insurance for clients (i.e. helicopter evacuation, etc.)
    • Lunch & dinner during hotel stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara
    • Hot Shower and electronic charging fees at guest houses during the trek
    • Alcoholic drinks, candies, etc.
    • Extra accommodation and meals outside of itinerary
    • Personal gears & clothing (available on hire)
    • Tips, any expenses incurred in emergency evacuation/road block due to any reason, table drinks, snacks while walking. 
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    Useful Info

    Food and accommodation during Jomsom Trek and Chitwan Exploration

    The food and accommodation options you will come across during the trek to Jomsom and exploration of Chitwan National Park do face a drastic variation, from basic classic Nepali and Tibetan dishes in teahouses of the Annapurna region to some global delicacies during your stay in the more upgraded Chitwan National Park area.

    Nonetheless, foods are usually nutritious, especially Dal-Bhat-Tarkari (plateful of rice with seasonal vegetables and organic pickles) for lunch and dinner, where you can sample varieties of eggs, curries, Tibetan bread, noodles, and momos for all three meals. However, Dal-Bhat-Tarkari is a must-try!

    As per the accommodation, in the upper Himalayas during the Jomsom trek, the option might be restricted to teahouses with tidy shared rooms and a common bathroom, while in the lower elevated area of Chitwan National Park, you can actually enjoy the lavish private rooms with almost all modern amenities.

    The best time to trek Jomsom and explore Chitwan

    The seasons of fall, autumn (mid-sep to mid-December), and spring (march-may) are considered the best times to trek Jomsom and explore Chitwan National Park due to their relatively calm weather and best visibility of the surrounding area, including the mountains throughout the trail.

    The pre-monsoon time of the spring leaves the forests in full bloom, while the shading of flora looks as stunning as ever in the post-monsoon season of autumn.

    How difficult is the Jomsom trek with the Chitwan National Park tour?

    The comprehensive adventure from Jomsom to Chitwan National Park is graded as an easy to moderate journey from the Himalayas to the Terai of the country, which gets exciting as you hike up to the highest elevation of the trek, Muktinath, at an elevation of 3,800m.

    The slightly grueling section would be the trekking trail from Tatopani onwards till you make it to the sacred temple of Muktinath from where relatively easier descending initiates.

    What are the permits required to go on an Adventurous Journey to Jomsom and Chitwan?

    Jomsom Trek lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area, while the better half of Chitwan exploration falls within the Chitwan National Park region. Therefore, to embark on the Jomsom trek and Chitwan tour, you will need three primary permits, which are:

    TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) Card

    A TIMS card is necessary to enter almost every trekking region in Nepal, including the Jomsom area in the Annapurna region, which is implemented by the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) to ensure the safety and security of trekkers in Nepal.

    Therefore, the TIMS card is obtainable at NTB and TAAN offices in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Besides them, government-registered trekking agencies also issue the card, which usually costs USD 20 per person per entry.

    Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP)

    Jomsom is situated in the Annapurna region of Nepal; hence, you must obtain an ACAP permit before undertaking the Jomsom trek combined with Chitwan National Park exploration implemented by the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) to uplift and manage the natural resources in the Annapurna Conservation Area while promoting ecotourism.

    You can get the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit at the counters of Nepal Tourism Board offices and the ACAP entry point in Besisahar. The most effective way is to choose a reliable travel and tour organizer like Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks to obtain it for you. Usually, the permit costs you USD 20, whereas, for trekkers and travelers from SAARC countries, the card is feasible at half the price of USD 10 or NPR 1,000, payable in Nepalese currency only.

    The Chitwan National Park Permit

    To enter every protected area in Nepal, you will need to be granted respective permits, including Chitwan National Park. The permit to venture into this conserved land can typically be obtained at the park’s entrance or at the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation offices in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

    The procedure to get one for you can be a hectic experience, so it is better to get one from a trustworthy travel agent who will get it for you even before the beginning of your trip to Chitwan National Park. The cost of the permit also varies significantly depending on the time of year. Hence it is a good idea to seek service from one of the local travel and tour agencies.

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      Hi Ram/Rana ji, It was a great trip organized by your agency for Kat-Pok-Jom-Muktiunath, everything was in a proper manner and also you co-operated a lot for the unpredictable problems which came during the trip. It was fun, exhilirating and orderly. For all my future trips I will defintely contact you people to organise the same. Thanks and Regards, Ankit Agarwal

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