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Nar Phu Valley Trek

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Highlights
    • Sightseeing to UNESCO World Heritage sites which includes Pashupatinath and Swayambhunath.
    • Stunning view of the Himalayas including Annapurna Range from Himlung Base Camp.
    • The beautiful valley of Manang with its dry and windy climate and the lush green forests
    • Visit the famous TashiLhakhang Monastery near Phu village.
    • Experience the ancient history of Nar village.
    • Mesmerizing view of Nar Phu Valley along with wildlife and vegetation.

Located north of Annapurna region between Damodar and Kechakyu Himal ranges, Nar Phu Valley Trek takes you to the exotic and mesmerizing valley of Nar Phu. With a real test of Himalayan lifestyle, culture and tradition of Tibetan people along with an incredible view of high mountain peaks, narrow canyons, and pleasant forests, this trek rewards you with a total wilderness and secluded environs of Nepal. Nar Phu valley still remains untouched by modernity thus rendering a supreme trekking destination with natural diversity and lush vegetation never ceasing to amaze the fellow trekkers.

After exploring around Kathmandu, you’ll take a drive to Koto from Kathmandu via Besisahar. Beautiful greenery and natural diversity on the way will certainly make your drive a pleasant one. Once at Besisahar, you’ll drive towards Koto via Jagat,Dharapani, and Bagarchhap. Now, our actual trek starts. While ascending towards the settlement of Meta via Dharmasala, you’ll walk past the forest of pine and beautiful waterfalls. Moving forward, the trail passes through Phu village and proceeds to Nar Phedi after an acclimatization day in Phu. On the way forward, you’ll get a stunning view of Annapurna Range, Gangapurna (7454m), Tilicho Peak (7134m), Himlung Himal (7126m), and many other mountain peaks. Now, passing the settlement of Yughat, you’ll reach the ancient village of Nar. The delight on the face of fellow trekkers is pretty obvious as they proceed forward in the wilderness of natural flora and fauna. A warm hospitality of Gurung and Tibetan people is simply unforgettable. You’ll now drop down to Pisang via Ngawal and drive back to Besisahar from where you’ll return to Kathmandu. September to November and March to May are the best time for Nar Phu Valley Trek.

Corporate Adventure Treks is one of the pioneers in terms of expeditions and treks in Nepal. Our carefully crafted Nar Phu Valley Trek is bound to be one of the best experiences for you. We have qualified staffs and experienced professionals with the motto to make your journey easier and more memorable. With us, you are guaranteed to return home with satisfaction and good memories of the Nar Phu valley.

Itinerary

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Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu |1,300m
  • Standard hotel

Flying into Kathmandu, you’ll be able to enjoy the view of the high Himalayas, terraced fields and numerous hills. Upon your arrival, you’ll be greeted by one of our staffs and immediately transferred to your hotel. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Meals

Day 02: Explore Kathmandu |1,300m
  • Standard Hotel

The capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, is a historic city in itself. Today you’ll explore around UNESCO World Heritage sites which include Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square and get familiar about the rich history, cultural reflections, and religious essence of these places during the golden age. For this, we’ll manage a local English speaking professional guide. In the evening, you’ll start your preparation for the trek. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Meals

Breakfast

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Koto via Besisahar |2,600m |8 hours
  • 8-9 hours drive
  • Guesthouse

Today, we’ll leave Kathmandu and we’ll first drive towards Besisahar. After lunch, you’ll take a jeep to Syange with a beautiful view of the river, local villages, hillsides, and mountains. Now, we move towards Koto via Chamje, Dharapani, and Bagarchhap. Along the way, you’ll enjoy the beautiful view of snow-capped mountains, waterfalls, and widely spread forests which certainly will make your long eight hours drive to Kotoa pleasant one. Overnight stay at Koto.

 

Meals

Bhreafast lunch dinner

  Day 04: Trek from Koto to Meta |3,560m |7 hours
  • 6-7 hours trek
  • Guesthouse

After getting the permit at the Police Check Post to visit the restricted area, you’ll trek through the bank of Nar Khola along with rhododendron and pine forest, streams and suspension bridges and finally reach Dharmasala as you enter Nar-Phu valley. Crossing various waterfalls near Dharamsala, you’ll now ascend steeply towards the settlement of Meta through wide forests. It is a long seven hours trek. Overnight stay at Meta.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

Day 05: Trek from Meta to Phu |4,080m |7 hours
  • 6-7 hours trek
  • Guesthouse

After breakfast, you’ll be trekking towards the villages ofChyakhu and Kyang.After crossing PhuKhola, you’ll walk along with the large forest of blue pine and encounter with Blue Sheep on the way forward. With a unique cultural and tradition of Gurung and Ghale people and walking past old Buddhist Monastery, you’ll get a stunning view of HimlungHimal(7126m). Finally, you’ll reach Phu Village. The people of this village basically depends upon agriculture, animal breeding, and seasonal migration. Overnight stay at Phu.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

Day 06: Acclimatization day in Phu, Hike to Himlung Base Camp |4,080m
  • Guesthouse

Today is the rest day at Phu which is a beautiful village where you’ll find the abundance of Gurung culture. After breakfast, you can hike to Himlung Base Camp which is at the altitude of 4900m. After returning from the hike, you can also visit old Buddhist Monastery known as Tashi Lhakhang Monastery from where you’ll get a stunning view of Himlung Himal (7126m) and other mountain peaks in the Annapurna range as well. You can even interact with locals and roam around the local market if you have enough time. Overnight stay at Phu.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

  Day 7 Trek from Phu to Nar Phedi, Overnight in monastery |3,490m | 6 hours
  • 6-7 hours trek
  • Guesthouse

Today you’ll descend slightly downward crossing many streams and suspension bridges. After reaching MahendraPul, you’ll pass through high suspension bridge which is hanging over the gorge of Lapche River. From there, you’ll ascend steeply through many Buddhist Stupas for about 2 hours to reach Nar Phedi. The village is regarded as the gateway to the isolated Nar region. Overnight stay at a monastery.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

  Day 8 Trek from Nar Phedi to Nar Village | 4,110m |3 hours
  • 3-4 hours trek
  • Guesthouse

On the 8th day, you’ll trek towards Nar Village following the windy path to the up hills. Along the way, you’ll walk past bamboo-topped Chortens and sloppy landscapes. Finally, walking past two entrance gate, you’ll reach Nar Phedi through the settlement of Yughat. Nar Phedi to Nar Village is a short trek of around three hours. Overnight stay at Nar village.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

Day 09: Trek from Nar Village to Ngawal |3650m| via Kang La Pass (5,240m)|8 hours
  • 7-8 hours trek
  • Guesthouse

Early in the morning, you’ll start your trek towards JhombuKharka also known as Kang La Phedi.  Now, the trail goes towards the Yak herder’s camp and ascends steeply passing various landscapes towards Kang La Pass (5320m). From the top of the pass, you’ll get the view of Annapurna Range, Gangapurna (7454m) and Tilicho Peak (7134m). Moving forward along with the forest of pine and oak, you’ll finally reach the settlement of Ngawal. Overnight stay at Ngawal.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

Day 10: Trek from Ngawal to Pisang|4 hours, Drive to Besisahar |6-8 Hrs
  • 6-7 hours trek
  • Guesthouse

From Ngawal, you’ll descendslightly until you reach the village of Braga which leads the way towards Manang. On the way downward, along with a spectacular view of Manang valley, you’ll also get the glimpses of Annapurna Range, Pisang Peak (6091m), Chulu East Peak (6584m), Tilicho Peak (7134m), and many more. Enjoying the wildlife, natural flora, and fauna and crossing few suspension bridges, you’ll finally move towards the settlement of Pisang via Humde. From there, you’ll be driving to Besisahar via Dharapani and Jagat.  Overnight stay at Besisahar.

Meals

Breakfast lunch dinner

  Day 11: Drive back to Kathmandu |5 hours
  • 5-6 hours drive
  • Standard hotel

Today, you’ll be bidding farewell to your adventurous trek. With a content heart, you’ll be driving back to the capital from Besisahar. Along the way, you’ll cross various rivers, green hills and deep valley. Upon your arrival, you’ll be transferred to your hotel. You can roam around Thamel in the evening, buy a souvenir and enjoy the nightlife. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Meals

Breakfast dinner

Day 12: Departure Kathmandu

Today is your final day in Nepal. We’ll drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport 2 hours before your scheduled flight for your final departure.

Meals

Breakfast

What's Included

  • Necessary trekking Permits, Tims Permits.
  • Kathmandu to Koto by private Fourwheel jeep.
  • Accommodation in good and three star base hotels twin sharing basis with breakfast plan. In Kathmandu & pokhara as per itinerary.
  • All standards meals during the trek (Breakfast,lunch & dinner)
  • Lodges, Guesthouses accommodation during the trek (Trekking Guesthouse in twin sharing and occasionally dormitory style).
  • One English License holder guide and porters (one porters shared between 2 pax. He will carry 15 kg only) and his salary wages.
  • Insurance for trekking staff.
  • First aid kit for your trekking staff.
  • Good equipment for your guide and porter to trek.
  • Besishar to Kathmandu by private vehicle.
  • Farewell dinner with cultural show.
  • All government taxes, Vat, tourist Service and official expenses.

What's Excluded

  • Nepali Visa.
  • Drinks and beverages, private snacks etc.
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu (allows you freedom of choice, place etc)
  • Laundry, telephone etc.
  • Tips to tour guide, trek guide, porters or hotel staff.
  • Personal equipment (see list below.
  • Personal medicine, first aid kit.
  • Travel insurance, covering trekking over 4000 m, evacuation, hospitalization and repatriation.
  • Single room supplement, hotel or on trek, approx. price will be given on request.

Accommodation.

All hotels are of a good standard, within Tourist class category. Nepal is a developing country, so some rough corners should be expected, and tolerated. Electricity can suddenly be cut off, and hot water in the shower is not always guaranteed. A sense of humor is important.

When trekking we use lodges/home stays, where again the standard can vary. In the high season you may end up in a dormitory, or even sleeping in the dining room. We aim for own rooms with two or a double bed. But again: humor helps.

Food

In Kathmandu you have a wide selection of places to eat. On the trek the menu is more limited. Here we tend to eat simple, with the Nepali national dish, Dhal Bhat being popular (rice, lentils and vegetables/meat curry), but there is pizza and other exotic foods on the menu. You rarely go hungry, but standards can vary. At each meal we provide tea and coffee.

Best Season of Trekking

Trekking is best during the pre and the post monsoon periods, i.e. March to May, and even better from the end of September to early December. Winter is December to end Feb and can be too cold in most areas, and June to early September the Monsoon is upon us. Having said that, it is possible to trek in Nepal year round. Let us know your dates and interests, and we can tailor a suitable trip.

HIKING/TREKKING CHECKLIST

Boots suitable for your given trek, 4 pairs of socks, warm long johns, a windproof and a waterproof pair of trousers. Underpants, T-shirts, insulated mid layer, short and long arm shirts, fleece or wool jacket, and down jacket. Waterproof shell jacket. Gloves, warm hat, sun hat, Buff. Warm sleeping bag. Sun glasses, water bottle, first aid kit, nail clippers, note book and pen, reading material, camera. Lip cream and sun cream. Toiletries and towel. Torch, spare batteries, and charger for phone (lodges charge for this). Day pack (ca 25 to 30 ltr.). Inner shoes for the lodges.

Ski or Nordic walking poles are popular. Unless you have a knee or health issue, we recommend the use of just one. Why? When using two poles about 15% of your expended energy is in your arms, where God made legs to walk with. In addition your posture becomes more cramped, not helping with breathing at altitude. One pole allows you greater flexibility, so you may wind your way up the path, and put less pressure on the respiratory system. We recommend having one pole, especially useful on the way down, when it is steep, the path is wet, or you are simply tired.

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