Nar Phu valley trek

Trip Overview

Nar Phu valley lies at the best trekking region of Nepal, Annapurna circuit. It is just on the north from Manang district. The people of this region is highly influenced by the Tibetan culture and life styles. The trekking in this area consists of high peaks and passes, glaciers, traditional villages, small alley, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, gompas and rich mountain cultures.

This  trek starts right from Besishahar and goes along the Marshyangdi River, with great view of Manashlu and Himal Chuli to the east. This magnificent trek leads you to the fine village inhabited by a wide diversity of people from different ethnic groups, offering spectacular and majestic view of the white Himalayas. As it continues to the north of the main Himalayan range on to the high and dry Tibetan Plateau, the scenery is equally breathtaking. The trek starts from Bahundanda all the way to Dharapani and turn to Koto and then to Mule track crossing the fir forest. This point offers a spectacular view of  mountain range.

Every year many Buddhist visit the holy Tashi La Khang monastry to receive the blessing from Rompoche. Through the trial, you can explore the high alpine valley above Phu and crossing Kang La pass from Nar to Ngwal on the Pisang route.

Outline Itinerary

Day  01  Early in the morning,drive to Bulbule

Day  02  Bulbule to Bahundanda (1310m)

Day  03  Bahundanda to Jagat

Day  04  Jagat to Tal

Day  05  Tal to Thankchowk

Day  06  Thankchowk to Dharmasala(3230m) (

Day  07  Dharmashala to Kayang(3740m)

Day  08  Kayang to Phu Village(4050m)

Day  09  Phu Village – Excursion – explore the sceneries and culture

Day  10  Phu village to Junam(3550m)

Day  11  Junam to Nar Village (4150m)

Day  12  Nar Village to Kang La

Day  13  Kang -La to Manang

Day  14  Manang to Chauri Lattar (4250m)

Day  15  Chauri Lattar to Thorong Phedi

Day  16  Thorong phedi to Muktinath (3800m)

Day  17  Drive to Tatopani, natural hotspring

Day  18  Tatopani to Ghorepani (2800m)

Day  19  Ghorepani to Ghandruk

Day  20  Ghandruk to Potana

Day  21  Potana to Pokhara

Day  22  Morning at 07:30, drive to Kathmandu

Alternatively, if you are ready to make some challenging pass then on day 13, you can trek to Tilicho base camp and then to the following itinerary details:

 

Day  13  Trek to Tilicho Base Camp

Day  14  Trek to Meso Kanta Pass

Day  15  Trek to Marpha

Day  16  Drive to Tatopani

Day  17  Trek to Ghorepani

Day  18  Trek to Chhomrong

Day  19  Trek to Doban

Day  20  Trek to Annapurna Base camp

Day  21  Trek to Bamboo/Jhino

Day  22  Trek to Nayapul & drive to Pokhara

Detail Itinerary

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    1. Service Includes
    • Transportation from Kathmandu to trek point and return
    • Three meals per day during the trek (Breakfast,Lunch,and Dinner)
    • Accommodation will be provided on tea house/camping as per requirement
    • Well experienced English spoken  Licensed Guide and Necessary porters during the trek.
    • All Government local Taxes National park Fees , special permit and TIMS
    • Guide and porter salary Staff  including their insurance
    2. Service Excludes
    • Personal equipment such as sleeping bag, down jacket, sun glass, sun hat etc.
    • Alcoholic beverages – drinks – hard and soft, phone call, laundary service
    • Nepal entry visa fee, need to pay  upon arrival at Airport if you have not received visa in your country.
    • Extra cost occurred due to emergency such as accident, loss of theft, health injury, altitude sickness and personal effect, rescue evacuation, we advice you to make travel insurance
    • Tips and Gratuities to staffs.

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    Trip Overview

    • Max Altitute: 5416m
    • Trip Duration: 22 days
    • Trip Region: Annapurna Region
    • Trip Start From: Jagat
    • Trip End In: Manang
    • Max Altitude: 5416m
    • Permit: Special permit along with conservation pass
    • Trip Season: September to November and March to April/May
    • Activity Level: Easy Trek
    • Group Size: Minimum 2 and Maximum 10