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Nar Phu Valley Trek

Nar Phu Valley Trek is a special trek in Annapurna region to explore enthralling Nar Phu valley. Nar Phu valley is one of those few places where nature has not been rearranged mostly by the hand of man. The valley includes two villages: Nar and Phu where you can experience unexploited culture and rustic lifestyle of villagers. The valley is a newly recognized restricted area and it is opened to trekkers only since 2003 but with special permit. Nar Phu valley is untouched by modern facilities and it is mostly inhabited by Bhotes and Lamas who follow Buddhist religion. Those villagers have their own unique culture, language, costume and tradition. Nar Phu Trek is one of the best ways to explore Nepal’s best kept secrets. The major highlights of this trek are panoramic view of Annapurna massif, heart-melting view of glaciers, amazing landscapes, narrow canyons, lush forests, untouched natural splendor and unexposed culture of local people. After crossing Kang La Pass (5320m) and Thorong La Pass (5416m), you reach Muktinath, one of the sacred sites of Hindus and Buddhists. Explore remote and less frequented areas of Annapurna region with Nar Phu Valley Trekking.

    Itinerary Overview

  • Kathmandu to Jagat.

    Day-01 : Dhara pani to Koto 2600m (5/6 hours)

    Day-02 : Koto to Meta 3570m (7/8 hours)

    Day-03 : Meta to Phu 3840m (5/8 hours)

    Day-04 : Trek to Nar Phedi 3500m (5 hours)

    Day-05 : Trek to Ngawal (3660m) via Kangla Pass (5320m) 8 hours.

    Ngawal to Manang 3570m (5 hours)

    Manang to Yak Kharka 4020m/5hrs,

    Yak Kharka to Thorong Pedi 4540m/5hrs,

    Thorong Phedi to Muktinath 3800m/10hrs via Thorong-La 5,416m

    Muktinath to Kagbeni 2800m/2-3hrs, Jomsom 2,760m/4hrs,

    Early morning flight to Pokhara 8,20m/30mins flight,

    Pokhara to Katmnadu by Tourist Bus

    Shoping in local market

    Fly Back to Home Country.

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