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Nar Phu Valley Trek -

Nar Phu Valley Trek -

Nar Phu Valley trek

 Nar Phu Valley trek is remote area trekking which is untouched by modern world and popular trekking destination in Annapurna conservation area of Nepal. its know as hidden valley trek which was discover around 1971 by the people from chame manang. when local peole found barley roots are flooding in river they will follow the sources of water finally they found the hidden tibetean heritage village nar and phu. slowely its start to connect with the rest of the world. The Nar Phu Valley trek only opened in 2003 for tourist. Nar phu trek is challenging trek with narrow trial, basic food and accomodation, remote communities, traditional way of life undisturbe relegious side,stuning rock formation and glaciers. Nar phu valley is famous for iys own charm of buddist relegions, monestry, mountain view and untouch lifestyle in mountain with modern lifestyle. Annapurna II (7937m), Gangapura (7455m) and Tilicho Peak (7134m) are visible from kang la pass top


Trip Summary

Nar Phu valley trek

  • Trekking Duration: 12 days
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Trekking Season: March to April, October to November
  • Accommodation Type: Lodge / Tea Houses
  • Maximum Elevation: 5,322m. (Kang La Pass)


Trip Highlights:

  • Get the experiences of trekking in Annapurna region which is one of the famous trekking destination in the world 
  • put your footprint in  the ancient tibetean Nar and Phu village of Manang
  • visit ancient monestry 
  • Get stunning views of Himlung, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Hiunchuli and Gangapurna along the way
  • cross the higgest pass kangla pass 5,322m 



Day 01– Drivefrom  to Besisahar and stay overnight

Day 02 - Drive from Besisahar to Koto (2,610m.)

Day 03 - Trek from Koto to Meta(3,560m.)

Day 04 - Trek from Meta to phu village (4,250m.)

Day 05 - Acclimatization day in Phu village. Hike to himlung base camp (4,540m.) or roam around village and visit the monestry in Phu village.

Day 06- Trek to Nar phedi and stay overnight in monestry

Day 07- Trek to Naar village and explore the traditionally tibetan village

Day 08- Trek to Kangla phedi and stay in camp

Day 09- Cross to kangla pass (5,322m.) and trek to Nagwal

Day 10- Trek to Chame and  enjoy the natural hot shower and stay overnight

Day 11- Take a jeep to Besisahar and stay overnight

Day 12 - Drive back to kathmandu

Price and Cost Details

Cost Inclusions:

  • Kathmandu -Besisahar-Koto  and return by private transport
  • Conservation/national park fees and all government taxes
  • All required trekking permits  (Trekkers' Information Management System card)
  • Restricted area permit
  • All accommodations during the trek (twin sharing basis with common toilet)
  • All meals during trek (Breakfast, lunch nd Dinner) Menu available 
  • Government-licensed and experienced English-speaking trekking guide
  • Porters to carry luggage on 1:2 ratio (max. of 20 kg)

Cost Exclusions

  • International airfare and travel taxes
  • Nepal entry visa fee (tourist visas are issued upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Fee is 40 USD for 30 days stay)
  • Hotel in Kathmandu 
  • Entrance fees for private museums, monasteries, sideshows etc.
  • Personal donations for schools, monasteries, churches, etc.
  • Medical/personal travel insurance (must cover emergency evacuation cost)
  • Medical first aid kit
  • Personal trekking gear
  • All meals and beverages in Kathmandu
  • All beverages during trek (mineral water, tea, coffee, soft drinks, etc.
  • Dessert, snacks and dry food during trek
  • Personal expenses such as hot shower, telephone calls, laundry, wifi and battery charging
  • Tips for guide and porter (expected by staff)

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