The Nar Phu Valley lies in the Manang District, which is also known as the hidden valley. Besides the Kangla, linking Nar to the Nyeshang Valley, the most direct route from the Kathmandu to Nar and Phu is along the Marshyandgi River. Travellers trek through the Himalayan foothills and round the eastern end of the Annapurna before they arrive at Quad, a police check post half an hour before Chame, Manang’s district headquarters. From here a long and steep trail winds up to Nar and Phu. Villagers, laden with goods purchased in Chame and lower down in Besisahar – the end of the road head leading to Manang – often camp at Dharamsala, a rudimentary wooden hut built by the people from the two villages.
Nar Phu Valley trekking only opened to tourists in 2003. The Nepal Government’s decision to open up the Valley to tourists has evoked little enthusiasm among the villagers, whose pastoral lifestyle continues. Apart from the odd researcher and climbing expeditions permitted to climb Him lung, Ratna Chuli and Gachikang, few foreigners have visited the area and the tourism infrastructure is almost non-existent.
- Day 01:
- Day 02:
- Day 03: Drive to Besi Sahar.
- Day 04: Trek to Ngati.
- Day 05: Trek to Jagat.
- Day 06: Trek to Karte.
- Day 07: Trek to Koto.
- Day 08: Trek to Chhacha.
- Day 09: Trek to Meta.
- Day 10: Trek to Junum.
- Day 11: Trek to Phu.
- Day 12: Rest Day at Phu.
- Day 13: Hike around Phu Valley.
- Day 14: Trek to Yak Kharka.
- Day 15: Trek to Panggi Pass.
- Day 16: Trek to Above Nar.
- Day 17: Trek to Youingar.
- Day 18: Trek to Kangla Pass.
- Day 19: Trek to Manang
- Day 20: Trek to Khangsar Khola.
- Day 21: Trek to Tilicho Lake.
- Day 22: Trek to Mesokanto pass.
- Day 23: Trek to Jomsom.
- Day 24: Fly Back to Pokhara, then Kathmandu, transfer to hotel!!
- Day 25: Kathmandu, free and easy day, shopping and rest.
- Day 26: Transfer to Airport for your onward Journey.
- Your hotel accommodation in city areas in Kathmandu, Pokhara etc.
- All the land transportation in Kathmandu, and other tour, trekking areas.
- Free Airport transfer facilities.
- Excellent Tour guide service with his food, salary, insurance.
- Your three time food (B, L, D) while in the trekking/ tour areas.
- Guide and porter are service with their food, accommodation, salary and insurance.
- All National Park entrance fees and Heritage sites entrance fees.
- All necessary trekking equipments.
- Airport taxes International or domestic.
- Airfare. - Visa fees, and other customs charges.
- Bar bills. - Personal types of expenses, like shopping, laundry, tips, internet etc...
- Travel insurance.
- Rescue charges (if needed)
Dates & Prices
Autumn Season & Spring Season