Nar and Phu are two distinct valleys of the Annapurna region. The Nar Phu Valley trekking trail is a recently opened trail for voyagers since 2003. So, comparatively only some few trekkers have had the opportunity to visit this place. Trekking to the Nar Phu Valley is one of the gratifying and probably the world’s desired trekking destinations in the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal.
This trekking has one of the finest areas for observing the grandiose Himalayan peaks in the high land. The societies living here is Nepalese Tibetan - Tibetan people having Nepali citizenship. These people settled in this place centuries ago.
The main magnetism of this Nar Phu Valley is that it offers you the mesmerizing views of Mount Manaslu (8163 meters), Mount Dhaulagiri (8167 meters), Mount Annapurna I (8091 meters) and more than 19 snow-capped peaks of the Annapurna region. You simply trek on the amazing terrain along your trail. In this trekking to the Nar Phu valley, you will also be sightseeing the beautiful flora and fauna of the region.
This is an inspiring trek where you will be passing over high passes like Masokanto La (5099 meters), Kang La Pass (5200 meters), Tilicho Pass (5230 meters) with glimmering and stunning Tilicho lake. The other allures of this trek are that you will be visiting numerous ancient Buddhists monasteries. Also, on the trekking trail of this Nar Phu valley, you may also get to spot snow leopards and blue sheep which are very frequently seen in the area. Most of the individuals living in this region are habitually reliant on livestock farming.
This trekking to Nar Phu Valley begins from Besisahar gradually climbing up the Marshyangi River Vale to Koto. We trek towards the northward and enter into the lately opened Nar Phu Gorges of Upper Manang and then cross the exciting Kang La Pass. The Kang La Pass connects Nar with Manang and three alternative Bhotia hamlets in the Neyshang vale. Next, we head towards the Throng La pass (5416 meters) from where you can wonder at the tremendous Mustang Peak and Mount Dhaulagiri (8167 meters).
After that, we will be reaching Muktinath - one of the honored pilgrimage spot for both the Buddhists and Hindus. Here, we get to spot the cascading waterfalls on the way and enigmatic natural gas fires. Next, we will be reaching Jomsom and then take a flight to Kathmandu.
GHHT operates this trek throughout the year but the preferable season for this trek is in spring (March-April) and fall (September-November). We also organize this trekking as according to your vacation schedule. If the itinerary is not feasible to you; we can arrange different one according to your wish. For further details or if you have any queries about the Nar Phu Valley Trek, please feel free to email or contact us.