Nar Phu valley trek considered feral in Annapurna region and opened for tourists from 2003 is hardly explored trekking area. This adventurous journey requires proper setup and enough fortitude once you decide to get there. This customized trek takes you to the beautiful hidden villages Nar and Phu that lets you experience a breath taking views of mountains, glacier, narrow canyons, lovely forest, amazing rock formations and Gumpas.
Culture and Natural diversity
Buddhist and Hindus are main religious communities domiciled with unique culture along with diverse social arrangements. Nar Phu is a traditional village in Nepal which is untouched from modern civilization, where people follow the Buddhism and their culture mostly influences by Tibetan. The ancient monasteries, Pilgrim site for both Hindu & Buddhist – Mukatnath” and Mesmerizing beauty of nature always impress the travelers. The scenic view of Annapurna Himalayas, lake, beautiful landscape, Roaring River and warm hospitality of people will be the unforgettable moment of this trek.
How to get Nar Phu valley?
After a seven hour drive from Kathmandu, the excited trek to Nar Phu start from Chamje. The very next days we start our hike along the side of rive Marshangdi with a scenic view of rocky mountain, eyes catching falls and green Hill. We continue follow the Annapurna circuit trail to Kato, from where the Nar Phu valley trails separate. After an exploration of this impressive Villages, we trek back to Annapurna trail and continue our adventure to Throng-la pass, the holi shrine Mektinath and to Jomsom, where our journey will end. Next day you can fly or drive back to another beautiful city Pokhara.