Nar Phu Valley Trek lies in the north of the Annapurna region of Nepal. They are located in the secluded part of the Annapurna and the trail is off-the-beaten. A lot of unique experiences can be gained on this trip where you encounter with the typical Tibetan Buddhist families. The route is adventurous so you have to pay special attention for the successful trip. The altitude region requires acclimatization of the trekkers.
Walking up to the Koto village goes through the classic Annapurna circuit trail and it splits to the breathtaking sceneries. You may see some deers during your journey on the grazing meadows. The trekking route is full of the monasteries and Chhortens that disclose the cultural prosperity of the local people. Phu village is more isolated and traditional. On the backside, the dazzling peaks as Pisang peak and the Tibetan Himalayas seen miraculous. Returning from the Phu village, you cross the Kang La Pass near the Naar village. The cultural sophistication is again spectacular. Again, you join to the Round Annapurna route in Manang and trek further to Yak Kharka, Phedi, Thorong pass to Muktinath and to Jomsom to conclude the trek. Incredibly, the fascination of Manaslu, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung peaks and others can be observed.
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Day 01Arrival Kathmandu.
Day 02Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu city.
Day 03Drive to Jagat (1100m)
Day 04Dharapani (1960m).
Day 05Koto (2670m).
Day 06Dharamsala (3300m).
Day 07Kyang (3560m).
Day 08Phu Village (4200m).
Day 09Rest at Phu village (4200m).
Day 10Nar (4150m).
Day 11Kangla Phedi (4500m).
Day 12Ngwal, Kangla Phedi to Kangla pass (3675).
Day 13Manang (3570).
Day 14Yak Kharka (4110m).
Day 15Thorang Phedi (4420m).
Day 16Muktinath (3800).
Day 17Jomsom via Kagbeni (2715m).
Day 18Jomsom to Pokhara flight.
Day 19Pokhara to Kathmandu by drive/flight.
Day 20Final Departure.