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- Panoramic view of giant mountain Annapurna and Dhaulagiri
- Beautiful Sunrise view in the morning
- Typical culture of local people
Trip Overview of Nar Phu Valley Trek
Nar Phu Valley Trek is one of the remote trekking destinations in Nepal and it was first opened to the tourists only after 2003. It takes you to the remote valley in the Western region of Nepal which is settled by the Tibetans Nepalese. Nar Phu Valley Trek is also identified by the name of Hidden Valley Trek as this area is out of the way and the unseen section of the Annapurna Region. Nar Phu Valley Trek is a tough trek as one has to pass high passes like Masokanto La (5121m), Tilicho Pass (4920m), Kangla Pass (5200m) along with the attractive Tilicho. The trekking grade is sportive whose maximum altitude is 5121m (Medokanto Pass). The best season for the trek to Nar Phu Valley is during the months of March to May, September to November.
Nar Phu Valley Trek provides the lifetime escapade, surveillance of those fine-looking sceneries, peak, thick forest, countryside, and untamed animals like the snow leopards plus a small number of monasteries like Tashi Lakhang, one of the oldest monasteries in Manang. The monastery is crafted by 108 Lama Urgen Lhundup Gyatso. In addition, the monastery in Braga is build up with the heart of holy life in the Manang District. These are the things that make Nar Phu Valley Trek as an interesting with full of live trek. It also provides incredible views of the Annapurna massif, Lamjung Himal Machhapuchhre Himal Manaslu Himal, Tilicho Peak and many more.
Nar Phu Valley Trek itinerary is a special kind of trek so, it needs special kind of trekking permit. In the first visit you will have a sight to Phu Village which is positioned in the northernmost corner of Upper Manang, taking two days of hiking from Tibet and afterward to Nar Village. Plenty of people have moved around the Tibet. As a result their way of life and ritual are exceedingly alike to the Tibetan. The moment you step on these regions you in fact set up the life style of people are in actuality tough. They have to keep going their life by ushering yak and dealing meat as well as wool.
Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will be received by our representative staff from tourist Link Trek and expedition at the Airport. Our representative will transfer you to the hotel and will talk about the further plans over there. Overnight stay in a hotel.
Kathmandu valley includes several Hindu temples including of Pashupatinath, listed by UNESCO in World Heritage Sites and the largest Buddhist Stupa in Boudhanath. You can also visit the Monkey Temple Swyambhunath, built in 2000 years old and visit Patan, city of fine arts. Overnight stay in a hotel.
From Kathmandu you will get a drive to Khudi (800m) and start on the trek taking the breakfast. The drive will be exhilarating as you will dig up some time to outlook Flora and Fauna. After a drive you will bring to an end to take your lunch. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.
On the 4th day you will trek to Bahundanada (1310m), connecting the beautiful mountain and the cliff. The zigzag uphill trail needs the genuine attempt so far. The trail seems to appear as a vertical with several haystacks that trash the fields. The more you move downward you will get to see the clean river. Bahundanda is an initial spot that provides an opportunity of viewing the superior length of the river which rise keen on the mountains. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
On the 5th day of the trek you will move to Chamje (1430m). In Chamje on the whole you will make out higher Oak and maple tree all along with the most important Himalayans. You will love the surrounding of Chamje as you will take a gradual ascending from Bahundanda. Overnight stay at guesthouse.
After breakfast will begin the trek throughout the jungle after you left Chamje. From Chamje the trail goes to the bank of Marshyangdi River naturally climbing previous to make your destination in Tal from here, you will go into Manang district next to keep on all the way through rice, barley and potato fields and pine forests past the village of Kodo taking to Dharapani. Koto is one of the pretty villages in the Manang valley. Overnight stay at guesthouse.
On the 7th day you will take a progressing climb to Koto (2600m) from Dharapani. Ambling through the village and jungle, after the few hours you will get there in hill and view point from where you can see the several mountains like Lamjung himal(6983m./22909ft.) Annapurna II (7937m./26040ft).Then you will reach Koto. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
This day you will hike all the way through the pine forest and you will distinguish some wild animals and assorted kind of birds. It’s moderately easy hike and flat walks till you arrive at Dharmasala (3230m). Afterward you have to ascend about 2 hours through the Juniper forest. Overnight at tented camp.
You will walk slowly but surely about 4 hours walk through bare hill with small vegetation. There you can find small vegetation due to the altitude. During the time of walking you will make out the blue ship down with several other animals. Such unbelievable views you will go to observe ay Kayang (3740m). Overnight stay in a tented camp.
On the 10th day you will progress to Phu Village (4050m) from Kayang. The altitude is more and more up but the trail is trouble-free to trek. Phu Village is in reality a good and established village based on the Tibetan Buddhist. Here, you can explore different sort of monasteries and the mixed culture. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
On the 11th day you will trek to Junam (3550m) from Phu Village after descending from Phu Village. Earlier than you go for the trek you will have your breakfast in Phu Village so that you feel lively and easily trek above 3550m. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
On the 12th day you will explore the Nar Village (4150m) from Junam. This is reasonably vertical trail about 4 hours. After that, you will arrive at Nar village which is fairly large village. There you can travel around Tibetan Buddhism culture all along with the village. Overnight at tented camp.
You will wake up early in the morning and start to walk up to Ngwal. When you will arrive at Kangla you will observe such a rigid to consider views of plentiful mountains like Annapurna range, Manaslu range and several other mountains. At that time, you will hike down to Ngwal (3675m) village. Overnight stay in a guesthouse.
For the trek to Manang, there are two ways. Both routes can be followed. Following the trail you will arrive at Jharsang Khola which should be crossed. There is a village of Gurung known as Khangsar where you can come across a small monastery and prayer flags. Overnight stay at guesthouse.
On the 15th day you will depart Manang. The track makes an ascent of almost 2000m to the Thorong La pass. You will climb progressively all the way through Tenki and leaving the Marshyangdi Valley. Then, you will be continuing along the way of Jarsang Khola Valley, you get to Ledar at 4250m, there you will see the vegetations increasingly supplementary spare. Overnight stay at guesthouse.
Start to walk early in morning to avoid the windy at the top of Thorong La. This is the day that you will fulfill your dream as Thorong la is the destination of your entire trip. You can snap several pictures being on the top and bit by bit you will start to go downward to Muktinaath. Today you will observe such a diverse part and unlike scenery will be surprised too. Overnight stay in a tented camp.
Muktinath is the sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhist. You have to scale 1000 meter to accomplish Muktinath. First of all you will enfold to stroll all the way through Khingar (3400m) continuing Jharkot (3500m) which will be an exciting stronghold for natives. If you are setting up to bring on the first part of Muktinath, you will be hanging around that night at Ranipur. That will furnish some time to trip Hindu places, viewing the sights near that areas. Overnight stay in a guesthouse.
Kagbeni is nearly all beautiful and adventures place for the trek. Roughly as you come in the first thing that you will make out the village of Khobang. From there you can build the trip towards Kanti Goma, a Buddhist temple. You can continue the trip towards Marpha as it is significant place for Apple. On the way you can notice a wine brandy distillery which is the core source of the native income here. Still you need to hike another 2 hours to be at Jomsom. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.
On the 19th day of the trek you will be in motion for the trek to Jomsom (820m) from Kagbeni. Jomsom is a new destination for trek that can modify the standpoint of your life. Trek to Jomsom will capture almost 5 hours but the 5 hours will be the most fruitful time of this day’s trek. You will be enchanter sensing the cool environment. Overnight at hotel.
On this day you will take a flight to Pokhara. You will see the sights like special places of Pokhara, which is well thought-out as one of the preferred places. You can visit unusual religious places and lake in Pokhara where you can fit into place in dissimilar sorts of adventures akin to Paragliding, boating, sunrise view and many more. Overnight stay in a hotel.
From Pokhara you will drive or take a flight to Kathmandu after having the breakfast. As soon as you reach to Kathmandu you will move into the hotel and get fresh. In the evening you will go for a walk and return back into the hotel where you will take your dinner together with the other team members. Overnight stay in a hotel.
This is the final day as per to an itinerary where you will return to your own hometown from Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu or towards your next destination. You will be in motion from a hotel after taking your lunch and here, you will be helped by our representative staff from Tourist Link Trek and Expedition.
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When to Go?
March to May and mid-September to November are ideal times to go on trekking in Nepal. However, you can do the trek throughout the year, excluding harsh winter and heavy monsoon period for better experiences. Read more...
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Food, drinking water, and accommodation facilities
The menu for everyday foods gets slimmer with a significant rise in altitude. One can always find a warm tea and basic local staple in the lodges or teahouses operating here. Natural drinking water sources, as well as Drinking water taps, are available throughout the trail. Accommodations might lose even some of the basic facilities as we move higher up in the trails of Himalayas. Read more...
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