Nar Phu Valley trek

At a Glance

    The Nar Phu Valley trek is a less-traveled route that diverges from the popular and well-equipped Annapurna Circuit for approximately a week. Himalayan Joy Adventure offers an opportunity to venture into this remote and untouched region of Nepal. Departing from the well-trodden path of the Annapurna Circuit midway, you explore the rarely visited Nar and Phu Valley before rejoining the Circuit at Ngawal.

    For those seeking to discover the pristine and remote corners of Nepal, the Nar Phu Valley trek should be on their bucket list. Over the course of about a week, you forsake modern amenities to trek to one of Nepal's most secluded areas, encountering few fellow trekkers along the way. Porters and mules frequent the trail, serving as the transporters for the goods needed by the people in those valleys.

    The culture and traditions of this region of Nepal are truly enchanting, heavily influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. During the week-long trek, you have the opportunity to explore numerous gompas, interact with locals, immerse yourself in the breathtaking environment, and then rejoin the Annapurna Circuit. The journey also involves crossing the challenging Kang La Pass, standing at an altitude of 5322 meters.

    The 23-day Annapurna Nar Phu Valley and Annapurna Circuit Trek with Himalayan Joy Adventure commence from Kathmandu, with the flexibility to customize the trip according to your preferences. On day 03, you travel to Besisahar and embark on the trek. After a few days on the Annapurna Circuit, you veer off towards the remote and pristine Nar and Phu Valley. After approximately a week, you reconnect with the Annapurna Circuit at Ngawal.

    Continuing the Annapurna Circuit trek, you explore other parts of Manang, cross Thorong La Pass, enter the restricted Mustang region, and then fly to Pokhara. The following day, you return to Kathmandu, completing the entire 23-day journey from arrival to departure.

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