Nar Phu Trek is a recently opened, exciting trek in a very low in tourist traffic, the north region of Manang. Closed to tourism until 2002, Nar Phu Valley region remained untouched and uninfluenced by the modern world, contrasting with the popular, neighboring Annapurna Circuit.
Nar Phu Valley Trek will give you a chance to experience picturesque medieval villages, narrow gorges, herds of blue sheep and a spectacular Cliffside trail, over one of the region’s highest trekking passes. This exotic land, visited by a very few trekkers, is still rich in medieval Tibetan culture, which was kept intact for centuries. Filled with dramatic mountain views and magnificent alpine scenery, in Tibet-like flavor- also well off the beaten path, this is probably the best-known tourist area of the Annapurna trekking routes.
Day 1: Pick up from Airport and transfer to Hotel In Kathmandu.
Day 2:sightseeing in kathmandu including the world heritage site.
Day 3:Drive to Besisahar
Day 4: Early Jeep from Besisahar to Dharapani and walk to Koto 2,600m; approx. 7 hours
Day 5: Trek to Koto to Meta 3,560m; approx. 5 hours (Nepali holiday)
Day 6: Acclimatization at Meta
Day 7: Trek from Meta to Kyang 3887m; approx. 5 hours
Day 8: Trek from Kyang to Phu 4080m; approx. 3 hours
Day 9: Acclimatization day in Phu; side trip to Himlung Base Camp (Nepali holiday)
Day 10: Trek to Nar Phedi, overnight stay in monastery 3,490m; approx. 6 hours (Nepali holiday)
Day 11: Trek to Nar Village 4,110m; approx. 3 hours
Day 12: Trek from Nar to Ngawal 3,650m via Kang La Pass (5,240m); approx. 8 hours
Day 13: Trek from Ngawal to Bhratang 3,200m; approx. 6 hours
Day 14: Trek from Bhratang to Dharapani; approx. 5 hours
Day 15: Jeep to from Dharapani Besisahar - after Pokhara back to Pokhara or Kathmandu.