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Nar Phu Valley Trekking is one of the exciting and amazing destinations among others in Nepal. This is presumably the best trek of Annapurna region and for the individuals who need to investigate covered up valley and trek off the demolished intersection through Challenging high passes like Kangla pass (5320m), World Highest Lake “Tilicho Lake” and Thorang La Pass (5416m) with lovely trail. Nar Phu Valley Trekking hidden by swirls of mountain fog in front of we, from Kangla pass at 5320m the eminent display perspective of Annapurna massif shows up remote and denying. Our goal is the Nar-Phu valley, above the tree line on the upper furthest reaches of growth, in the precise north of Manang area. It takes five hours arriving at the pass that connection Nar with Manang and three other Bhotia villages in the Nyershang down valley.
As to mention, these days Nar Phu has something like 300 tenants who rely on upon domesticated animals, unlike generally Bhotia individuals, whose exchanging examples altered radically after the Nepali Government shut fringes with Tibet, the individuals of Nar and Phu valley were minimum influenced by this change. The tortuous way heading from the valley into Tibet had never made them subject to the salt exchange, and till today yak grouping is the groundwork of their livelihood. The Nepal government's later choice to open up Nar and Phu to voyagers has evoked minimal eagerness around the villagers, whose pastoral lifestyle proceeds. Separated from the odd specialist and climbing campaigns allowed to climb Himlung, Ratnachuli and Gachikang. Since, Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) as of late enlarged its system to incorporate Nar and Phu Valley, it is planning a suitable tourism improvement arrange at the appeal of the legislature for undiscovered valley. This wonderful region is an extraordinary view source for the natural beauty.
Nar Phu Valley with Tilicho Lake journey begins with the wake of driving just about entire day from Kathmandu to Besisahar. From here we take after popular Annapurna Circuit track until Koto and afterward we take off the beaten track until we get Nar Phu. In the wake of going by this range we trek to Manang via Kangla Pass (5,320m), delightful villages Ghyaru, Ngawal, Braga at Annapurna trail and heading to side trip at tranquil Tilicho Lake from Shrre Chaur or Tilicho Base Camp and again get in Annapurna Circuit track at Yakkharka. In the wake of trekking in the vicinity of 4-5 days through Thorang La Pass (5,416m) and two lovely however testing pass of this area we close our trek at Jomsom where we get our flight to Pokhara and later to KTM. Now days, Nar Phu Valley Shortest Trekking can do just 9 days also due to easy road accesses Kathmandu to Chame and Ngawal.
Trekkers convey just day pack and stroll at their own particular pace. Normal Nar phu Valley Tilicho Lake trekking for every day will be 6-7 hrs. Come and Join Nepal Mother House for the excellent adventurous trekking to this enchanting place. Our qualified staffs are well experienced to provide every service to make your journey comfortable and life long memory to remember.
Day 01:Arrival at Kathmandu.
Day 02:Trekking preparation and permit paper work day.
Day 03:Drive Kathmandu to Besisahar (825m) - 5 to 6 hours
Day 04:Trek Besi Shahar to Bahundanda (1310m) - 6 to 7 hours
Day 05:Trek Bahundanda to Chamje (1430m) - 5 to 6 hours
Day 06:Trek Chamje to Dharapani (1960m) - 5 to 6 hours
Day 07:Trek Dharapani to Koto (2600m) - 3 to 4 hours
Day 08:Trek Koto to Meta (3560m) – 8 to 9 hours
Day 09:Trek Meta to Phu (4050m) – 8 to 9 hours
Day 10:Explore & Acclimatization day at Phu
Day 11:Trek Phu to Nar Phedi (3750m) – 7 to 8 hours
Day 12:Trek Nar Phedi to Nar (4150m) -3 to 4 hours
Day 13:Trek Nar to Ngawal (3675m) via Kang La pass (5306m) – 9 to 10 hours
Day 14:Trek Ngawal to Manang (3540m) - 4 to 5 hours
Day 15:Explore Day in Manag; Visit Gangapurna Lake, Mileripa Cave
Day 16:Trek Manang to Tare Gumba/Shiri Kharka (3870m) - 4 to 5 hours
Day 17:Trek Shiri Kharka to Tilicho Base Camp (4,150m) – 2 to 2 ½ hours & Hike to Tilicho Lake (4,920m) – 2 ½ to 3 hours & back to Tilicho Base Camp – 1 ½ to 2 hours
Day 18:Trek Tilicho Base Camp to Yak Kharka /Letdar (4200m) - 6 to 7 hours
Day 19:Trek Yak Kharka to Thorung Phedi (4450m) - 3 to 4 hours, or Thorung High Camp (4850m) - 4 to 5 hours
Day 20:Trek Thorung Phedi via Thorung La Pass (5416m) to Muktinath (3800m) - 7 to 8 hours
Day 21:Trek Muktinath to Kagbeni (2800m) -3 to 4 hours
Day 22:Trek Kagbeni to Jomsom (2710m) - 3 hours
Day 23:Fly Jomsom to Pokhara (950m) -25 minutes; relaxing Day
Day 24:Drive back to Kathmandu early in the morning by Tourist Bus - 6 to 7 hours
Day 25:Your own destination.
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 : Arrival at Kathmandu.Upon arrival at international airport, our waiting support team will meet and greet you at the airport assist and transfer to the Hotel.
Day 02 : Trekking preparation and permit paper work day. Trekking preparation and permit organize day. Please, check your insurance details and have a copy of your travel medical insurance policy with you.
Day 03 : Drive Kathmandu to Besisahar (825m) - 5 to 6 hours Our trekking guide will come to the hotel in the morning at 6: 00 to pick you up with private transport to leave for Besi Shahar (185km). This will take us about 6 hours on a scenic route. Along the journey you will witness stunning scenery of snow capped mountains, green hills, rivers in rafting, and villages. Stay overnight at the guesthouse.
Day 04 : Trek Besi Shahar to Bahundanda (1310m) - 6 to 7 hours This is our first day trek. We will be introduced to the varied cultural of Nepal and pass by many typical local houses and the faces of varied ethnic tribes exchanging greetings (Namaste) on the way. The trail goes to through subtropical forests and the rice terraces of Sera to the village of Khudi (840m) then Bhulbule we will see a majestic 60m high waterfalls views of Manaslu (8,156m). The mountain views have disappear now as we come closer to the small town of Ngadi, here we will have to cross the Ngadi Khola by a long suspension bridge. Then the trail gently ascends to Bahundanda, an attractive village in the saddle of a long ridge at 1,300m.
Day 05 : Trek Bahundanda to Chamje (1430m) - 5 to 6 hours After breakfast we descend on a steep slippery trail through the rice terraces and arrive at a hot spring after a small descent. The rest of trail today will pass through the Marsyndi River a few times and we will see a beautiful waterfall near the Jagat village. Then again the trail continues along the river hill side for the Jagat. After about an hour’s walk we will get to the gorgeous Chamje waterfall and stay overnight there.
Day 06 : Trek Chamje to Dharapani (1960m) - 5 to 6 hours The first part of the trail descends to the river and, after crossing a suspension bridge, you begin a climb to Sattale (1550m). The trails continue through the gorge and the zigzagging path from Tal Beshi goes up to a hill to provide scenery of several waterfalls dropping close to plain settlement Tal (1700m). The narrow valley path becomes high and winding, and in several times from the rock and get in Karte (1900m) village, you cross a suspension bridge, and climb a short distance to the stone marking the entrance to Dharapani (1960m) through and our camp for the night.
Day 07 : Trek Dharapani to Koto (2600m) - 3 to 4 hours After breakfast the trail gradually winds up through the Tibetan and Gurung settlements of Bagarchhap. After Danakyu the trail climbs to Timang (2510m) From here, the trek leads us through the pine forest to Thanchok and Koto, nearby the Manang district headquarters Chame, we are rewarded by the views of Annapurna II, Manaslu and Lamjung Himal from Chame and two small hot springs by the town.
Day 08 : Trek Koto to Meta (3560m) – 8 to 9 hoursToday 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 09 : Trek Meta to Phu (4050m) – 8 to 9 hours02 November 2054
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 flatland before Phu. Stay overnight in tented camp. Trekking time is 8 -9 hours.
Day 10 : Explore & Acclimatization day at PhuWe 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 11 : 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 12 : Trek Nar Phedi to Nar (4150m) -3 to 4 hoursBelow 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 13 : Trek Nar to Ngawal (3675m) via Kang La pass (5306m) – 9 to 10 hoursToday 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 14 : Trek Ngawal to Manang (3540m) - 4 to 5 hoursAfter breakfast the trail slowly climbs up to through valley with pine and juniper forest to the Tibetan-styled village of Bryaga (3,500m). Here we will see houses stacked one atop the other, each with an open veranda formed by a neighbor’s rooftop and the gomba (monastery), perched on a high crag overlooking the village. Then we continue through very arid countryside, dominated by weird cliffs of yellow rock, eroded into dramatic pillars alongside the trail to reach today’s destination - the Manang village. Here shops are unexpectedly well stocked with all sorts of things.
Day 15 : Explore Day in Manag; Visit Gangapurna Lake, Mileripa Cave Today is a rest day for acclimation purposes. Please sleep in! After waking up late we hike up to the tranquil Gangapurna Lake and ascend up to above the Gangapurna icefall, which often falls down as an avalanche in the spring. Take time to observe the wonderful ancient Manang village scene beneath you. It is important to have a relatively restful day today to allow our bodies to acclimate to the higher altitudes and thinning air. It also gives us the possibility to wash some of our clothing and visit the Himalayan Rescue Association of Nepal.
Day 16 : Trek Manang to Tare Gumba/Shiri Kharka (3870m) - 4 to 5 hoursThe trail to the Tilicho Base Camp heads out through the western gates and another one follows the path down to the river. Anyway we cross it and continue on the south side of it through coniferous forest towards the Khangsar village. Again we cross the Khangsar Khola on the bridge below Khangsar and ascend the slope to the village. After having lunch the trail goes on from Khangsar on a large path to the Tare Gumba (3870m). The rest of the day, we will take in the fascinating Himalaya scenery from Tare Gumba (Monastery).
Day 17 : Trek Shiri Kharka to Tilicho Base Camp (4,150m) – 2 to 2 ½ hours & Hike to Tilicho Lake (4,920m) – 2 ½ to 3 hours & back to Tilicho Base Camp – 1 ½ to 2 hoursThe trip leads us on a recently constructed path up towards a high ridge and to a point at an intersection. The previous path is an old path much more difficult as it goes on a really steep screed. The latter is the new path that takes a completely different way. It continues to ascend towards the line of the ridge where you have to be careful of falling stones. You need to be care full while walking on the trail from Shiri Chaur to Base Camp due to rock falling on the landslide area. Continue along the new path, reach a high crest, and descend on switch backs carved out through the screed slopes to a side valley of the main valley. On the other side of this is a building known as Tilicho Base Camp at elevation of 4,200 meters. Stay overnight at a basic guesthouse.
Day 18 : Trek Tilicho Base Camp to Yak Kharka /Letdar (4200m) - 6 to 7 hoursAfter a hot breakfast, we will walk back to the Shree Chau and heading to Yak Kharka amazing view of Marsyangdi Valley, Manang Village and breathaking mountain scenery. We will pass a few meadows where horses and yaks graze. Nearby Yak Kharka we will see herds of blue sheep grazing the steep slopes as well. The rest of the day, we will oversee fascinating Himalaya beauty in Yak Kharka.
Day 19 : Trek Yak Kharka to Thorung Phedi (4450m) - 3 to 4 hours, or Thorung High Camp (4850m) - 4 to 5 hoursThe trail for today is relatively easy and allows us to get used to the altitude before we have to cross the highest point of the trek (and possibly the highest point you have been on in your life). From Yak Kharka we will continue to climb along the east bank of the Jarang Khola to Thorung Phedi, a rock-strewn meadow surrounded by upright cliffs at 4420 meter. Blue sheep and even snow leopards can be sometimes seen in this area. If you are up for it we can continue our trek to the High camp another an hour after lunch.
Day 20 : Trek Thorung Phedi via Thorung La Pass (5416m) to Muktinath (3800m) - 7 to 8 hoursThis is an adventurous and long day of trekking. Very early in the morning we take our breakfast and pack food. We will start the journey before sunrise. After 9 or 10 o’clock strong wind starts blowing in the high Himalayas, so it is better to leave around 5 in the morning to avoid the wind. We need to wear warm clothes for the freezing morning. The trails goes on a steep ascent to the High Camp through the treeless rocky desert and continue some ice frozen slippery trail offering tremendous mountain panoramas changing colors during the sunrise. At the Thorung La pass (5,416m), with its traditional prayer flags and stone cairn we will have outstanding views of Annapurna, Gangapurna and Khatung Kang, a heavily glaciated peak. Amazingly, there is a teashop here on top of the pass at 5,416 meter. From here we start to descend down about 1,600 meters to another valley with outstanding views of Dhaulagiri Mountains standing alone in the distance across the Mustang valley Muktinath. This is truly a place of nirvana and home to Hindu temples as well as several Buddhist monasteries. The Hindu temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and has 108 waterspouts around it from which Holy water spouts. Additionally there is the Jwala Mai Temple with an eternal flame fed by natural underground gas.
Day 21 : Trek Muktinath to Kagbeni (2800m) -3 to 4 hoursAfter breakfast we walk down to the ancient Jharkot village and then continue to the Khinga village whose culture and livelihoods are similar to Tibetan people. We are still in a high alpine area with desert rocky hills and wide windy Kaligandaki valley. Here we can find “Saligram” fossil, incarnation of God Vishnu. After 3 to 4 hours down walk we will get to the village Kagbeni, whose inhabitants are a mix of Tibetans and Gurungs. This gets us to the rusticated upper Mustang Trekking.
Day 22 : Trek Kagbeni to Jomsom (2710m) - 3 hours Today is easy day. The trail goes along the Valley of Kaligandaki River. It is much better to leave early morning avoid to the strong wind after every 10/ 11 am. The trail lead us continues through the Kali Gandaki Valley to Jomson, the headquarters of the Mustang district whose inhabitants are the traditional salt traders, the Thakali people. You can visit the Marpha Thakali village, an hour and forty-five minutes walk away. Marpha is home to many apple orchids as well as all the various food products made from the fruit. Apple Brandy is a local specialty that you may be lucky enough to taste en route.
Day 23 : Fly Jomsom to Pokhara (950m) -25 minutes; relaxing Day Early in the morning fly to Pokhara by small aircraft and watch the majestic mountains above the world’s deepest gorge zoom by. Relax for the whole day at the Pokhara hotel. Alternatively, wander around the lakeside with its fascinating mountain panorama view and charming nature.
Day 24 : Drive back to Kathmandu early in the morning by Tourist Bus - 6 to 7 hours We should be ready by 6:00 in morning in hotel lobby in order to have breakfast or seek advice from your trekking guide. We will drive back to Kathmandu through on the main road passing terraces, streams, rivers, local settlements, and high hills. It takes about 7 hours (conditional) to reach your hotel in Kathmandu. If you are interested to fly from Pokhara to Katmandu (bear in mind the extra cost of the plane tickets) please request Nepal Mother House Trekking to book your flight ticket in advance. It takes about 30 minutes flying time with spectacular views of the Himalayas, high hills, terraces, local settlements, and forests. This can indeed make it worth flying.
Day 25 : Your own destination. In this pleasant day you may have full day at leisure either relax at hotel or explore the around Thamel. Today is day of ending your journey, so we would like offer you farewell dinner in Nepali typical Restaurant and hand over you Trip Certificate, Trekking Permit and TIMS Card for memory of Nepal trip. Today is free or last minute shopping for souvenirs or gift to your family, friends or relatives for you until departure flight/drive. Our assist will be transfer to the International Airport for your departure flight to your onwards destination, taking with you the memory of a life time.
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Reviewed on: 19 January, 2019
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