19 days Nar and Phu Valley Trekking
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|1 Pax.||US$ 2280 P/P|
|2-4 Pax.||US$ 1660 P/P|
|5-7 Pax.||US$ 1640 P/P|
|8-10 Pax.||US$ 1600 P/P|
|11-14 Pax.||US$ 1550 P/P|
|Over 15 Pax.||US$ 1470 P/P|
Highlights of Nar Phu Valley Trekking
- Nar Phu Valley is also a restricted Trekking area.
- Nar Phu Valley trekking trail is a combination of Nar and Phu village.
- We have an additional itinerary of the Throung La pass.
- It has a tradition of a hidden Culture village.
- The natural landscape and the panorama of the Annapurna range.
- Tibetans’ inhabitants and their living standards.
Overview of 19 days Nar and Phu Valley Trekking
Nar and Phu Valley trekking combines Nar and Phu villages in the Annapurna conservation area of Nepal. The trekking trail passes through ancient gompas, narrow canyons, the unique ethnic culture of Tibetan inhabitants, and their living standards.
The Nar Phu Valley has Three different passes, Phu pass, 5050 m Nar Pass, 5400m; and Kangla Pass5306m. It is a newly opened trekking trail in the Annapurna.
However, we always welcome you to explore virtually untouched Trekking with our dedicated team. It is adventurous and discovering, so we are conscious of safety measures.
You can explore the Nar and Phu Valley with nature, culture, and geography. Please, fill up the quick inquiry format below for a quick response to your email for 2023 and 2024.
Boundless Adventure does arrange a group joining adventure Nar Phu trekking and private Trekking in 2023 and 2024. Contact us by email or WhatsApp at +9779851033819 today.
When you join the group, The Trekking in Nar Phu cost will be Chipper and reasonable; similarly, there is no doubt about private with a group or a couple of adventure treks.
We are always providing everyone else guaranteed service, Nar Phu trekking price, information, Map, guide, Permits, and itinerary.
We always provide helpful and government license-holder trekking guides who know more about the Trekking route and its hidden culture.
The trek to Nar and Phu lies in the restricted trekking area of Nepal. Trekking in the Nar Phu Valley, it is necessary to have determined trekking permits and Annapurna conservation permits. Boundless Adventure provides you with Trekking, Porters, equipment, and Trekking permits.
The trip offers incredible views of Mount Annapurna, Lamjung Himal, and the Manosiri Himalayan range. Breathtaking views of the mountains and adventurous hikes are distinctive of the Himalayas. Here is the Natural landscape, and the panorama of Annapurna is a fantastic view.
The Snow leopard is the highest focus in this area. The high plateau, traditional settlement of Tibetan Buddhists, Tashi Lha Khang monastery, and many other ancient monasteries make your trek culturally and explorative.
Physical fitness, safety, and acclimatization are the foremost matters to know during the trek. So, The trekking guide, permits, and equipment are essential in Trekking.
The trekking begins with a west drive from Kathmandu to Benshishahar by Car or Jeep into the Annapurna conservation area. We can take the three-day trek to Koto or continue a 4ward drive. KOTO is the starting point of the Valley trekking. We will also organize the tour / Trekking on your suitable date.
When you inform us about the customized date and itinerary, Boundless Adventure (P) Ltd. organizes the best tailor-made trip for you.
19 days Nar and Phu Valley Trekking Cost
The cost of Nar Phu Valley trekking differs based on the time of the year and the number of people in your group. As a general practice, the accommodation and transportation prices hike up during the peak season (autumn and spring). Off-season months like summer and winter have lower prices than other times of the year. Additionally, the number of pax in your group determines the transportation cost during the travel. Boundless Adventures provides Nar Phu Trek with an all-inclusive package that ranges from USD 1470 to USD 1680. Inquire us to know more.
Kang-La pass trek
Located at an altitude of 5306 meters, Kangla Pass is the second highest point of the Nar Phu trek after Nar Pass 5400 meters in Annapurna Conservation Area. This pass is significant for connecting the Nar and Phu valleys to the Manang village along the way to the Annapurna Circuit trek. The pass is located at the base of Kangla Himal. Another relevant factor of this pass is the occasional sighting of Snow Leopard in the nearby area. The past is filled with snow and ice moraines during the winter. At the top of the pass is a teahouse which runs only during the months of April through December.
Itinerary of 19 days Nar and Phu Valley Trekking
Nar Phu valley trekking, Starting from Koto. Useally, it would be best to derive west from Kathmandu by bus to Beshishahar and Jeep to Koto. Kota\o is still in the Lamjung district of Nepal. The Tsum Valley is another restricted trekking area in the Annapurna region.
Boundless Adventure provides a restricted trekking permit of Tsum Valley Trekking, ACAP permits, and TIMS permits from Kathmandu. You should provide us with a picture and Copy of your Passport before than arrive in Nepal.
Day:01 Arrival in Kathmandu airport (1345meters) drop to Hotel
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be greeted by our ground staff. You will then board our vehicle and be escorted towards your hotel in Thamel. In the evening we will have a briefing session with our trekking guide who will accompany you for the trek.
Day:02 Drive to Chamje (1750meters)
Your second day morning begins with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. You will then board your vehicle which will take you westbound from the border of Kathmandu. Our road travel will follow along the River basin of Trishuli River taking the Prithvi Highway.
It is 100 kilometers further west of Kathmandu and we reach Mugling, a popular transit point located in the confluence of Trishuli and Marsyangdi River. From here on after, we take cross over the Trishuli River and head further west for 28 kilometers to reach Dumre. The road diverges northbound from Dumre and we reach Besisahar after 2 hours of drive along Marsyangdi River. The roadway now turns to unpaved and uneven dirt with rocky sections. We travel along the dirt road for the next 65 kilometers to reach Chamje, our first stopover of the trek.
Chamje is a small village in the Manang district located right beside the raging river Marsyangdi. Chame is a popular starting point for the Annapurna circuit trek as well.
Day:03 Trek to Dharapani (1970 meters) 5 hours
The trekking journey commences from Chamje, marking the first day of your adventure. After enjoying a hearty breakfast at the teahouse, we embark on our trek. Within moments of setting foot on the trail, we traverse the Marsyangdi River via a suspension bridge, an experience that may be novel to many. As you step onto the bridge, it quivers under your weight. Approximately one hour into our trek, we arrive at Tal village nestled along the riverbank. Throughout this section of the trail, you will encounter captivating sights such as turquoise waters, mani walls adorned with sacred inscriptions and symbols, horses and mules passing by gracefully, small chhortens (Buddhist shrines), and prayer wheels inviting peaceful contemplation.
The terrain in this area is relatively gentle with only occasional gradual inclines. The majority of our path follows alongside the flat plains of the Marsyangdi river basin while meandering through charming villages. By evening time you will reach Dharapani where we will spend tonight’s restful sleep. Dharapani serves as a significant junction for both the renowned Manaslu Circuit Trek and Annapurna Circuit Trek routes.
Day:04 Trek to Koto (2600m)
Our trek on the fourth day commences with a delightful stroll along the riverside, passing through the charming village of Dharapani. After a brief hike, we arrive at a crossroad where the pathway veers north towards Himlung Himal Base Camp. Continuing our journey alongside the Marsyangdi River, today’s segment takes us to the village of Koto located near Manang district headquarters, Chame village.
The entire trek is estimated to take approximately 6-7 hours. Initially, we traverse an unpaved road with a smooth surface until reaching Bagarchhap. From there onwards, the trail ascends sharply amidst rocky hillsides and winds its way through narrow corridors carved out by the river’s flow. Along our path, we cross multiple suspension bridges and make several rest stops in picturesque villages such as Lata Marang, and Danagyu, before finally arriving in Koto.
Koto is located at the confluence of Marsyangdi River and Nar Khola which originates from the high glacier near Nar village. We settle down at the teahouse in Koto for the night.
Day:05 Trek to Meta/ Methang (3560m)
The trekking traverse today diverges from the raging Marsyangdi River and heads northbound through the basin of Nar River. We cross the suspension bridge hanging over the Marsyangdi River and follow the Nar and Phu village trekking trail.
After about an hour of trekking, we reach Nar Phu Khola campsite (2900) where we cross the wooden bridge connecting the two sides of Nar river. Our trail then starts its ascent gradually through the river basin.
Our trail passes across this river multiple times during this traverse. To the west of our trail sits Kangaru Himal(6981m) and there are numerous streams that originate from the glacier of this mountain. We will be amused by a huge waterfall that marks the starting point of Singenge Dharmshala at 3230 meters.
This is the second last stopover before you reach Meta. From here, we take a steep ascent for over an hour. The trail inclines steeply for 300 meters before you reach Koto. You will feel the distinct ambiance of a Himalayan village after reaching Methang.
Methang is the divergent point for the trek toward Kangaru Himal Base camp. We stay in a teahouse at Methang for the night.
Day:06 Trek to Kyang (3820m)
From Methang to Kyang takes the easy route through the Himalayan River basin. We first reach Nar Phedi from Meta after walking for 1 hour. This point is the confluence of Labse and Phu Khola.
We take the trail following the Phu River and ascend our way heading northbound. After 2 hours of gradual climb, we reach Junam Goth. Here you will find a river originating from the eastern massifs of Kangaru Himal.
We ascend further via Lowe Chyako, Upper Chyako until finally reaching Kyang for our overnight stop. Kyang sits on a flat farm land located beside the river. From Kyang you will have astounded views of Chulu Mountains: Chulu East (6429m), Chulu West (6418m), Chulu Central (6584m) and others.
Day:07 Trek to Phu (4080m)
The trail today is filled with small ascents that make gradual climbs following the Phu River. The area surrounding Phu village including the whole Manang region is included in Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP).
This stretch of the trek has seen various sightings of Blue Sheep along the trail. Also, this stretch from Kyang to Phu involves dangerous rocky terrains. There are several landslide areas after you cross Kyang. We reach Phu village after 5 hours of traverse and settle down for the night.
Day:08 Exploration day in Phu.
Phu Village is nothing like any village you would see on your way. Sitting at the backdrop of Kangla Himal (5329m) this village provides an aura of rural setup from years back. The mud houses stacked on top of one another provide a distinct charm to the place.
The surrounding Phu village is filled with pastureland and green grassland located beside the Phu River. Phu village acts as the gateway for Himlung Base Camp. Located nearby is Kyauchyu Water Fall, a stunning waterfall with its water dancing and sparkling in the sunlight.
There are altogether 2 prominent Buddhist monasteries in the area. Thashi Gompa is located across the river on the northern bank and Samdu Choling Monastery is located on the western end of the village. The area is filled with old mud-built chhortens and prayer flags creating a vibrant atmosphere.
You will then take into a typical managed house to see their settlement pattern. We can take a hike to a nearby hill station for a better view of Annapurna massifs and Lamjung Himal on your rest day at Phu. Village.
Day:09 Trek to Check via Phu Pass (5050m)
From Phu village, the trail ascends through the small hamlets located on the other side of the river. There are hospitals, call centers, post offices, and other modern facilities available on the other side.
We start our ascent from Phu village and head towards Phu Pass. It takes about 3 hours to reach Phu Pass located at 5050 meters. Thereafter, we start our descent journey which is steep.
After 2 hours of descent from Phu Pass, we reach Check located at the bank of Loha River. We stay in a teahouse at Check for the night.
Day:10 Trek to Nar (4110m)
The Loha River is located between Nar Pass and Phu Pass. It acts like a centered gorge in between these two high passes. We start ascending towards Nar pass from Check and reach the top of the pass after 3 hours.
The view as seen from Nar Pass is astounding. You will see shimmering Annapurna Mountains located on all sides. We start our descent from Nar pass through the snow dome and glacial moraines located on the path.
As reach the bottom of the pass, we meet another River called the Labse River. Further 2 hours into the journey and we reach the dense village of Na.
Day:11 Trek to Manang Via Kangla Pass (5300m.)
Today’s trail circles around the base of Kangla Himal. It travels along the small streams originating from high glaciers from Kangla Peak. The trail today is steeply inclined with several switchback ascents.
We hike up more than 1000 meters to reach Kangla Pass, the highest point of the trek for today. Before the pass, we reach Kangla Phedi from where the traverse to the top of the pass begins.
It is a strenuous trek to the top of the pass. Kangla Phedi is popular for its occasional sighting of the rare snow leopard. We reach the pass which bestows amazing views of Chulu, Annapurna, and other massifs.
There is a small teahouse at the top of the pass which is open from July til September only. We start our descent journey from the top of the pass. The trail from the pass takes a dry and arid trail which is grassy at some sections. This trail is Yak’s Row and its narrow pathway.
There are no teahouses located in this stretch of the trek. We descend for another 3-4 hours to reach Manang village for our overnight stay.
Note: We will be carrying packed lunch for this stretch of the trek since there are no teahouses in between.
Day:12 Explore day at Manang
Manang village stands as a prominent settlement inhabited by the Managi people, who follow the Tibetan Buddhist faith in their religious devotion. This village offers a delightful fusion of traditional allure and modern conveniences within a picturesque valley nestled beneath the majestic Himalayas.
As an acclimatization day, there are numerous activities to engage in within Manang village. Just a short distance away lies Gangapurna Lake, adorned with its pristine turquoise waters. Moreover, you can embark on an invigorating hike to visit the famous cave that houses 100 monks.
This visit guarantees that you will receive blessings from these revered holy men for your successful journey thus far. Additionally, the nearby village of Brabal is home to several Buddhist monasteries where you can immerse yourself in their prayer ceremonies and rituals. Our night’s rest will be spent at Manang village.
Day:13 Trek to Yak Kharka (4100m)
We meet the raging Marsyangdi River at Manang village and follow its pathway uphill. Our trek takes us through the quaint village of Ghusang. You will witness the ancient monastery at Ghusang and start ascending further.
The trail reaches Ghyanchang Khola and crosses a suspension bridge Our steep ascent begins after this bridge. The trail is dry and climbs up to Gunsang . We pass through a mani wall located on the trail before reaching Yak Kharka for our night stop.
Day:14 Trek to Thorung Phedi (4500m)
We begin the trek early in the morning from Yak Kharka and begin our ascent. We follow along Kone Khola through various landslides situated in the area.
You will have to be really careful while making this traverse. Usually, there are stones falling from above most of the time due to wild animals. However, the trail is serene with amusing views of Annapurna massifs shimmering towards the south. We cross a suspension bridge over Kone Khola. The trail then ascends steeply headed northward to High Camp.
However, We will have warm lunch at the Thorung Phedi and continue towards High Camp.
We slowly reach our night stop, High Camp. You will now be amazed at the views of Thorung Peak, Tilicho Peak, Purukung Himal, and numerous other mountains.
Note: We are trying to Get a High Camp for the night, it will be better for you the next day, But if you feel uncomfortable hiking higher, you may stay at Thorung Phedi Overnight.
Day:15 Trek to Muktinath via Thorung La Pass (5416m)
Today, we will face the most challenging part of our journey as we leave Yak Kharka behind. The beginning is slow due to the high altitude. Thereafter, there are snows along the trail in winter. You are advised to follow instructions from your guide.
Also, AMS is likely in this area. We request you walk at a steady pace and hydrate occasionally. We continue our switch back up until we reach Thorung-La Pass, which is known as the highest pass in the world. The surroundings are lively and adorned with Buddhist Prayer flags everywhere.
From Thorung La Pass, we descend along a rocky trail those winds around the base of Thorung Peak, after three hours of descent to Small tea houses (Seasonable open Lodge), an hour before Muktinath. Similarly, we’ll have lunch at the small lodge and continue to wards at Muktinath for an overnight stay.
Day:16 Trek to Jomsom 2700m
Muktinath is a Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage for its iconic landmarks and beliefs about the area. You will now see the towering Dhaulagiri (8163m) to you far north shimmering white. Our trail descends through the dry landscape of the Mustang region.
We head down for 3 more hours through the semi-arid terrain and reach Ekle Bhatti located at the bank of Kaligandaki River. We now take the graveled roadway which leads us to Jomsom after 2 hours. We settle in our hotel at Jomsom which is the commercial hub of the Mustang district.
Day:17 Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara.
Flights depart from Jomsom to Pokhara early in the morning. The duration of the flight is 15 minutes to land at Pokhara airport. You will then board a vehicle and drive towards your hotel.
After checking in at the hotel, you have time to freshen yourself. Our vehicle will be on standby at the hotel gate to begin Pokhara sightseeing. We explore a few significant landmarks of Pokhara. Bindhyabasini Temple, Devis Falls, Gupteshwor Cave, and World Peace Pagoda will be your sightseeing points.
After finishing your sightseeing you will have a boating session at Phewa Lake for an hour. It’s a free day after boating as you can wander around at the lakeside.
Day:18 Drive to Kathmandu
We provide luxury tourist buses from Pokhara to Kathmandu. It takes about 6/7 hours through Prithvi Highway. The road follows the Trishuli River basin and takes you through a scenic highway.
We traverse through the small hilly terrain of Dhading and Chitwan districts to reach Kathmandu in the evening.
Alternatively, you can choose the fly to Kathmandu from Pokhara. The flight duration is about 20 minutes to Kathmandu. You will drive to Kathmandu Hotel by Car. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.
Day:19 Departure to the International airport
Our representative will drop you off at the international airport based on your flight schedule after breakfast.
Wish you have a safe journey ahead.
Note: Usually the Check-out time is 12:00 (Noon) If your check-out time is late evening or night, You need to talk with Hotel about it.
- Airport pick up and drop by private car /van/bus
- Standard twin sharing accommodation in Kathmandu & Pokhara, according to the itinerary.
- Three times meals ( Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
- Accommodation during trekking.
- Government licensed holder experienced English speaking Guide.
- Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicine for all trekking staff.
- Annapurna conservation Park permits.
- Restricted trekking permits.
- Surface transfer from Kathmandu and at the end of the Trekking by Jeep.
- Government taxes.
- Per person one trekking map.
- Per person hiking poles.
- Sleeping Bag (Returnable)
- Down Jacket (Returnable)
- Your travel insurance
- Temple and monastery entrance fee
- Tips and donations
- Hot and soft drinks
- Rest of the expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes
Essential Information - 19 days Nar and Phu Valley Trekking
Trekking Map of Nar and Phu
The Trekking trail is also a restricted trekking zone in Nepal. A trekking map with you is necessary even though you are traveling with a group. However, Our Company (Boundless Adventure) will give you a trekking Map for complimentary when you arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Local culture in Nar and Phu
Both Nar and Phu villages are located in the rural remote spaces of the Manang district. These villages are highly influenced by Tibetan Buddhist culture and norms. Both of these villages have a primitive walk of life and mud-built houses that stay on top of one another. The ambiance around these villages provides a vibe of a centuries-old rural setup. These two villages are considered hidden gems of Manang district and are secluded under restricted areas of Nepal. Tashi Lhakhang Monastery is a central point of spiritual and communal activity in the village. These points are located in the tapestry of natural enriches that is unmatched by other trekking areas in Nepal.
Accommodations during the trekking
The Nar Phu Valley trail is listed in the Annapurna conservation area of Nepal. The Trekking is beside the Annapurna circuit trekking starts from Before Chame and ends at the Brabal, near the Manang. However, Accommodations are a basic standard during Trekking because the Nar Phu Valley trekking is in a restricted area of Nepal. Still, you will have double sharing based rooms in each and every place. But, You will have better guest houses and Hotels with Wi-Fi while you pass Kang-La.
Boundless Adventure provides hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara including breakfast. But During Trekking, you can choose from the menu card. You will get three times meals during the day. ( Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) We are still suggesting you have local meals without oily and fatty meals. Most of the lodge has standard vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are available.
Drinking Water in Trekking
Usually, you can get mineral water at every single Tea house to drink, but you need to have a camel bottle on your own to fill up boiled water; if you have an electric filter would be great. The alternative is, filling from the stream or hilly sources, You should use a purifying tablet or liquid to make it drinkable during the trekking routes.
The best Trekking season
The trekking season starts in March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December. The valley is in the restricted trekking area of Nepal. The moderate temperature in these seasons guarantees impressive views throughout the trip. However, Nar Phu Valley trekking can be undertaken during the summer too.
Important for Trek.
We, the team of Boundless Adventure, will organize the Nar Phu trekking with the best arrangements. However, there can be some issues that are beyond our control. Heavy rainfall, snowing, avalanches, and landslides can extend the trip in the lower altitude region of Annapurna, but there is little probability in Nar Phu Valley trekking.
Boundless Adventure is a Nepal government registry local trekking Company based in Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal. We provide culture tours, pilgrimage tours, Ice climbing, Hiking, and inbound Trekking. Of course, outbound to Tibet tours and Bhutan Tours. You may choose one of them and contact us by email or WhatsApp at +977-9851033819.
Trekking Permit for Nar and Phu
Nar Phu Valley is a restricted trekking area in Nepal. It is necessary to have determined Trekking permits for everyone. You need to Have two different trekking permits in Nar Phu, Annapurna Conservation permits, and Special permits for the restricted area.
Boundless Adventure Company will arrange permits for you before you arrive in Nepal. You need to provide us with a copy of your Passport and one picture of each of you before you arrive in Nepal.
Departure Date & Cost
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Most Asked Questions by Travellers
Nar Phu Valley is located in the Manang district of western Nepal. Considered an off-the-beaten trek by many, these two valleys are secluded and have been marked as restricted areas of Nepal.
These two valleys are densely inhabited by Tibetan refugees who are known as Khampas. This valley was closed to foreigners until 2003.
Nar and Phu two Tibetan villages that is the ending point of this trek. These two villages lie in the far north of Manang district
They portray Tibetan similar cultural practices and are inhabited by Khampa people who entered Nepal in 1959 with Dalai Lama. Nar is a village at an elevation of 4110 meters and Phu stands at 4250 meters from the sea level.
Nar Phu trekking is moderately challenging but demands a good physique and endurance capacity. While the maximum elevation reaches a mere 4250 meters, the trail can be challenging during extreme weather.
Mostly during the winter, the high pass of Nar Phu trek receives heavy snowfall which makes this traverse difficult. Apart from these, you will have to walk for at least 5-6 hours a day in the rugged landscape making it challenging.
Nar Phu Trek’s cost depends on your group size and time of travel. Since Nar Phu is a restricted area, you will need to obtain Restricted Area Permit and Annapurna Conservation Area permit.
Apart from these, the package cost includes accommodation, lodging, meals, and guidance. The cost of Nar Phu Trek can range from USD 1470 to USD 1680 depending on the size of the group.
Yes, the Annapurna circuit traverse through the Manang district, and it begins from Dharapani. Dharapani acts as a divergent point between these two treks.
You can finish your Nar Phu Valley trek, enter Manang village, and continue with the Annapurna circuit from there onwards.
Nepal has mandated trekking guides for all trekking destinations. Solo trekkers are not allowed in the Nar and Phu trekking regions of Nepal .
You need to have a licensed guide. Hence, no, you can hike to Nar Phu Valley without a guide.
The duration of Nar Phu Trek differs based on the itinerary and the number of days you would spend. Boundless Adventures’ standard itinerary provides 20 days of Nar Phu Valley trek.
This itinerary includes the Annapurna Circuit trek and Nar Phu Valley in one single trip.
As a restricted area and secluded is ACAP, two permits are required for Nar and Phu trek. You don’t have to worry, our company will manage every trekking Permit in Kathmandu.
Autumn (Sept-Nov) and Spring (March-May) are the best time for the Nar Phu Valley trek. However, both these villages are located in rain-shadow areas beyond Annapurna massifs.
There is very little precipitation during the summer months (June-August) which makes it accessible. Hence, Autumn, Spring, and Summer months are best for the Nar Phu Valley trek.
There are various amusing factors Nar Phu Trek provides. The hidden villages of Nar and Phu, Kang La Pass and Throung-La Pass, Manang Village, Annapurna Mountains, Desert terrain, and Buddhist monuments are major attractions of the trek.
Tashilakhang Monastery, Kyauchyu Water Fall, and Pasture Lang are other prominent attractions of the Trekking.
Nar Phu being a restricted area requires you to apply for a permit from a registered trekking agency. You will have to submit your passport, 2 photos, and the relevant permit cost.
You will need to provide a detailed itinerary of the travel and also confirm your accompanying guide for the trek. Also, you will need to be in a group of at least 2 individuals for this trek. Similarly, We can manage your trekking permits in Kathmandu.
Boundless Adventures provides a detailed pocket map for your trek. One group will be provided with one map each. This map provides detailed insight about the terrain, trail and surrounding environment of Nar Phu valley.
Nar and Phu are two different villages in the Manang region of Nepal. Both of these villages are inhabited by Khampas people who are Tibetan refugees.
Both of these villages have a rural setup with typical mud houses built on them.
The Nar village is at an elevation of 4110 meters and Phu stands at 4250 meters from the sea level.
The Kang La Pass is separated from Manang Village, Nar, and Phu Valley. The top of Kang La is located at an altitude of 5300 meters high from Sea level.
The highest point of the Nar Phu trek is at Kang-La Pass 5300 meters but You will have higher than Kang-La Pass is Throung-La Pass at 5416 meters.
Yes, Nar Phu Valley is a safe tea house trek. Assured that you have a professional guide and a reputed trekking agency.
No, the Nar Phu Valley trek is a teahouse trek (Lodge, Hotels) We stay in local teahouses spread across the villages of Manang district during your trek.
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