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Nar Phu Valley Trekking is a striking short journey in the Trans Himalaya, just behind the north face of Mt. Annapurna. The Nar Phu Valley Trek with Kang La Pass is combination of cultural, adventure and scenic phenomenon. Sky towering peaks and adventure passes, glaciers, remote ancient villages, ranging river making deep gorges, lovely forests, amazing rock configuration, herd of yaks and wild goats, Gombas and medieval unique Tibetan culture handover from their ancestor are main features of the trip. Nar Phu Valley was officially opened in 2003 for the trekkers and developing as tea house and home stay concept. As this is Restricted Area trekking you need special trekking permits through the register trekking agency.
There is a road access to the Chame -districts headquarter of Manang and further, so this day Nar Phu Valley Trek begins from Koto village and then leave the main trail of Nepal’s legendary Annapurna Circuit. After cross the Marsyangdi River at Koto, the trail heading to Nar Phu Valley following Nar Khola, where just few trekkers can be seen. The trek swiftly moves away from routes with more trekkers-traffic and into the remote Nar Phu valley. The trail goes through the narrow path and forest with frequent glimpse of mountains view. Colorful Tibetan Chortens, Monastery, rock painting, prayer stones, and huge pasture land crossed the Dharmashala justify your trip. Then further heading to the Nar Phu Valley via Meta, Chyank and Kang, where broken fragments of building remind you, 1960’s Khampa revolution. There are several side trips from the Phu Village; you may visit to the Tashi Khaling Gumba, Himlung Himal Base Camp (4,920m) and sacred site of Damodar Kunda trail. On the favorable weather proper organized trekkers can go direct Phu to Nar village making venture journey with Phu Pass (5,050m) and Nar Pass (5,400m). The trip retrace to the Meta village, where you may visit the Kangaru Himal Base Camp (4,500m) and then continue for the Kanga La Pass (5,320m) via Nar Phedi and Nar Village. The view from Kang La pass is incredible with 360 degree of Annapurna Range, Chulu Range, Himlung Himal (7,176m), Kangaru Himal (6,981m) and Lamjung Himal (6,983m). Finally Nar Phu Valley Short Trip ends at Chame the Annapurna Circuit main trail via Ngawal (3675m), from where drive backs to Besisahar and onward to your destination. These days, you can drive Ngawal to Besisahar direct by Jeep also, it takes about 10 hours.
Nar Phu Valley is an ideal trip to learn depth of Nepal’s mountaineering and culture in short time. Comparatively this trekking is chipper then other restricted area of Nepal. This 9 days tea house trip is design for those trekkers who would like to explore high Himalaya in a short time with limit budget. Are you looking for off the beaten Path trip in Nepal at the best time on the year but like to avoid the crowded of tourist? Then, Nar Phu Valley and Kangla Pass would be key destination for you. We at Nepal Mother House Treks is glad to organize your trip through out whole in the year around by expert local Guide and porters. But autumn and spring are best time for this trek. As Nar Phu Valley is located rain shadow area behind the Himalaya, monsoon also great time to visit.
Day 01:Drive Kathmandu to Koto (2600m) – 9 to 10 hours via to Besisahar
Day 02:Trek Koto to Meta (3560m) – 8 to 9 hours
Day 03:Trek Meta to Phu (4050m) – 8 to 9 hours
Day 04:Explore & Acclimatization rest day at Phu
Day 05:Trek Phu to Nar Phedi (3750m) – 7 to 8 hours
Day 06:Trek Nar Phedi to Nar (4150m) -3 to 4 hours
Day 07:Trek Nar to Ngawal (3675m) via Kang La pass (5306m) – 9 to 10 hours
Day 08:Trek Ngawal to Chame (2670m) – 4 to 5 hours
Day 09:Drive Chame to Besisahar (825m) – 4 to 5 hours, again drive Besisahar to Kathmandu– 5 to 6 hours,
If you do not need porter for the trip, the trekking cost will be reducing from the original price. Nepal Mother House gives you some clue to make less cost for the Solo traveler also. Please contact us in our email for more details with your requirements.
If you wish to stay longer, we can offer plenty of suggestions: Bungee Jumping, mountain biking in the Kathmandu valley, white water Rafting, Jeep Flyer, Paragliding, Rock climbing, Jungle Safari tour, Skydiving, Mt. Everest view flight, Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar square, the Kathmandu valley's other historic cities Sightseeing, or a night at the Fort Hotel in Nagarkot for a bit of luxury and some worth able sunset and sunrise mountain panoramas. We help to arrange any of these excursions for you. Namaste and see you during your next trip to the Nepal Himalayas!
Some time we could face problem of internal flights to/from Jomsom delayed by few hours or cancelled for a day because of bad weather. It is happen very rarely, but it could even in best trekking season also as you know how climate change is effecting our globe. Therefore, we always recommend you to add one supplement night in Kathmandu after your base camp trek if possible (just for incase). If everything runs smoothly, you can enjoy other activities like sightseeing, rafting, shopping, as you wish in those additional day overnight at hotel.
Day 01 : Drive Kathmandu to Koto (2600m) – 9 to 10 hours via to BesisaharOur trekking guide will come to the hotel in the morning at 6: 00 to pick you with private transport to the bus station. Then you will drive to Besishahar (185km) which will take us about 5 to 6 hours along a scenic route. Along the journey you will witness rather stunning scenery of snow capped mountains, green hills, rivers, and villages. And again drive Besisahar to Chame (2670m) by jeep or local bus for 4 to 5 hours through the Nagdi, Bhulbhule, Sange, Chamche, Tall, Dharapani, Bagarchha, Danakya, Timang, Thanchok, Koto.from Timang (2,720m), can see wonderful Manaslu, Annapurna II scenery, and others majestic mountains. From here, the road leads us through pine forest to Thanchok and finally reaching Koto. This is nearby Chame headquarters of the Manang district and we are rewarded with very fine views of Annapurna II, Manaslu and Lamjung Himal from Chame as well as two small hot springs. Stay overnight at tea house.
Day 02 : Trek Koto to Meta (3560m) – 8 to 9 hours Today we take a different trail onto the Annapurna Circuit. Today we have a long and somewhat difficult day before us. We past the check post and cross a bridge leading to the Nar Phu valley, and hike up through beautiful woods above the Phu Khola (river). The trail leads us through some beautiful forests and passes several small shelters (caves) and a pilgrims’ shelter ('Dharmasala'). As we approach a narrow canyon, the trail actually passes under a wide waterfall just before the Dharmasala from where the woods start to become thinner. We stay overnight at Meta in Tea House.
Day 03 : Trek Meta to Phu (4050m) – 8 to 9 hours After breakfast, the trail climbs up the valley along a small scenic river which might be one of the loveliest walks in the Himalayas. This brings us finally to high pasture plateau, the winter settlement of Nar. The landscape is similar to the Sierra Nevada; white rocks, low shrub and juniper, scattered evergreens, delicate brick-red and orange leafed bushes, crumbling shelves of flat slate, white, sandy trails and gnarled trees. Then the trail goes to through the Meta, Junam and Chako semi-permanent settlement. One settlement is where "Khampas" from Tibet are sometimes sheltered. Above and to the right looms a massive glacier, which falls directly down on the high pastures. Many more ups and downs take us to tonight's campsite at Kayang, where grass lies tied in bunches to dry on all the rooftops and prayer flags flutter in the breeze. Then, the trail goes for a while along the riverbank and we can really see some unique and colorful Chortens, a Buddhist monastery, along with unique landscapes for which Nar and Phu are justly famous. Then our trek moves on through scenic canyon lands and gorges where the "leaning tower of Pisa" monolith guards the steep trail up to the Phu gate. This gate, called Pupigyal Kwe, offers first view of the three villages of Phu. We can also see an old "Dzong" (fortress) and the remains of two other forts, all now in ruins, but impressively situated atop the flatlands before Phu. Stay overnight in tented camp. Trekking time is 8 -9 hours.
Day 04 : Explore & Acclimatization rest day at Phu We walk around to explore the Phu Village. Here remains a unique culture - people’s day-to-days livelihoods are still conducted in the traditional manner. Meet some of the locals and explore up the wide valley systems above us. A day is well spent sitting with the villagers as they spin their yak and sheep wool and chat, pound mustard seeds into a paste for oil, or involve themselves in the numerous activities that constitute a day in the life in a Tibetan village. For photographers, the light here is spectacular and the skies are a deep blue. We may even see some blue sheep on the nearby hillsides. The century old monastery and fort also remarkable. While we wander the village we will probably receive an invitation into someone's home for some authentic Tibetan salt butter tea, or perhaps a small glass of local 'raksi'.
Day 05 : Trek Phu to Nar Phedi (3750m) – 7 to 8 hours After breakfast, we head back through the Phu gate and then descend again to the river. From there we retrace steps back to Junam Karka, a lovely campsite. In 2001 we camped with some Phu residents (all but one woman) on their way back up to Phu with huge loads of flat timber from the forest. The evening was filled with Tibetan and Manangi songs in the smoky shelters accompanied by that unique Tibetan laughter. We are staying at over night at Nar Phedi.
Day 06 : Trek Nar Phedi to Nar (4150m) -3 to 4 hours Below us sit Gyalbu Kumbu, built in 1650, and Satte gompa, both now empty. Now there are four old and colorful traditional monasteries and the snow-peaks are looming overhead. Finally we reach the Nar gate at the top of the hill. The sights of wonderfully painted, bamboo-topped Chortens await us there. The camp will set up after 3/4hours walking.
Day 07 : Trek Nar to Ngawal (3675m) via Kang La pass (5306m) – 9 to 10 hours Today is an adventurous day as we make our way towards the Kang La Pass (5,315m). This is not so difficult in itself but it can make for a long and difficult day if there is snow on the pass or the altitude is taking its toll. The Kang La Pass offers absolutely spectacular view of Annapurna II, Gangapurna, the Tilicho peak, and the peaks surrounding Tilicho, the Marsyngdi valley, and the Hunde airport. The trail heads down lightly and we get many enjoyable views of Ngawal with an unusual grouping of Chortens and prayer flags. We can see marks for meditation caves far up in the hills, on the upper Pisang route of the Annapurna circuit which can be reached in as little as two hours from the pass. We now have finished the camping section of the trek here, and head for a guest house for the night!
Day 08 : Trek Ngawal to Chame (2670m) – 4 to 5 hours After breakfast the trail slowly down to the Pisang Village through the Marsyangdi River bank. You have magnificent Mountain View entire day hike. You will stay overnight at Chame (2670m), hence Chame is head quarter of Manang District.
Day 09 : Drive Chame to Besisahar (825m) – 4 to 5 hours, again drive Besisahar to Kathmandu– 5 to 6 hours, After breakfast you will drive through the Koto, Thanchok, Timang village to the Besisahar by jeep or bus. We'll have a bumpy drive to Besisahar. Again drive back to Kathmandu about 5 to 6 hours.
Except fixed departure date, we have every day departure according to your requirements.
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Reviewed on: 22 February, 2019
The Nar Phu region is a pristine destination in the busy Annapurna region. If you don’t mind making long hiking days, the area is very rewarding. The way to Phu is wild and the ultimate arrival at the entrance gate is spectacular! The 5320m Kang La Pass is the cherry on the cake. Go here… More
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