You will have a visit to the Muktinath temple early in the morning. The temple of Muktinath is the second biggest Hindu temple that is sacred to the Buddhist people as well. Many Hindu pilgrims come to visit the Muktinath temple. There are 108 water taps constructed in the shape of a cow’s head and two small pounds. The Hindu people believe that if you take a bath under all 108 taps (108 is a sacred number in Tibetan Buddhism), you will free yourself from the sin which you committed in your past life. A short walk past a collection of chortens is the Dhola Mebar Gompa, or the Jwalamai (goddess of fire) temple, where a holy flame of natural gas burns behind a grill just above the spring at all times. After visiting Muktinath, we will come back to the guesthouse for breakfast, then start trekking to Jomsom via the Jharkot village. It is one of the windiest valleys in Nepal. Every afternoon, you can be sure of strong winds sweeping across the terrain at all seasons. Overnight at Guesthouse – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are included.