The trip across the restricted area of Nar-Phu valley is one of the most exclusive and uncommon treks. This stunning location is on the most inaccessible side of Manang, and entrance is only permitted with a paid permission. These areas are fully covered by snow during the winter, making the travel and exploration only feasible in other seasons. Along with deep gorges, dense forest, waterfalls, suspension bridges, the two renowned passes Kangla Pass and Thorong La Pass the Himalayan peaks, and mainly the two valleys of Nar and Phu are the main attractions.
The journey starts with a tour of the UNESCO world heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley. On the third day, the trip begins in Besishar. Although the routes are difficult, difficult, and winding, the scenery enthralls the trekker the entire way. The Buddhist monasteries, chortens, and prayer flags along the trail give the impression that you are passing through Tibet. We reach the Muktinath temple by the trek as well. It is thought that going to the temple brings about salvation.
One can take in the scenery of the Himalayan Mountain ranges and the lovely Pokhara valley during the final flight to Pokhara. The final day in Pokhara can be spent sightseeing around the numerous lakes and relaxing. Since motorable roads make it simple to reach the standard Annapurna Circuit, the Nar Phu Valley Trek is a viable alternative for those who would rather enjoy a trek through Nepals rural areas.
Highlights of the tour
- Experience the scenic hidden valley of Nar & Phu
- One of Nepal’s classic treks while getting off the beaten path in the Annapurna region
- Travel through ancient villages that has rarely changed over the centuries
- Explore charming villages with rich traditions, culture, and religion of Tibetan
- Observe crossing two great picturesque passes Kangla & Thorangla in the country of rich flora and fauna, blue sheep, elusive rare snow leopard.
- Explore the rich biodiversity of the place
- Enjoy the beautiful landscape of the place
- Travel through a part of Tibetan plateau