Nar-Phu Valley Trek
Nar-Phu valley trekking is one another newly opened trekking trails located in Annapurna region, spectacular regions of ethnically Tibetans inhabitants for those of you who think that you trekked all. This is a trek that combines high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, gompas with Himalayan cultures. The most sacred and wonderful hidden valley, Nar and Phu, cross through at the high passes, namely Masokanto La (5099m), Kangla pass (5200m), Tilicho Pass (5230m) and explore the Lake situated at the highest points of the country, called Tilicho lake.
Nar-Phu is one of the most beautiful medieval villages where you will be able to learn the real life styles of ethnic communities and enjoy with the mesmerizing landscape view of the valley. While having trekked to the Nar-Phu valley, you will be able to explore unique tradition, culture, pass through beautiful settlements, and pass through glaciers, with full of natural beauties. All these features have made the Nar-Phu valley trekking one of the special and most loved one.
Two long Day of walking from the border of Tibet, Tilman first explored this region in 1950s. Closed to trekkers until late 2002, very few westerners have explored these virtually untouched villages or climbed the many 7000-meters peak surrounded it. Now a day Nar-Phu Valley trekking route gets more attention day by day in western communities.
Nar-Phu valley trekking begins with one day drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar and continues trekking through Marsyandi valley and finally takes you to final destination, Nar Phu then make an excursion around Nar-phu valley crossing Kangla pass (5,200m) you will return back to Manang, a beautiful village in the Annapurna trail and continue to Tilicho Lake situated at the highest point in the world (4912 m height) or continue to Throng la pass, and get back to Jomsom then you fly back to Pokhara and subsequently in Kathmandu.