Nar Phu Valley Trek - 12 Days

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Nar Phu Valley Trek
  • Maxium Altitude
  • Difficulty Level
  • Trekking Season
    March to May and September to November


Nar Phu Valley Trek can be a real range of mountains geographic area.  In the first place, it is in the corner of the restricted part of Annapurna between Damodar Kunda and Annapurna Circuit part one.  As a matter of fact, it is in between a lot of visited Annapurna and Manaslu regions.

Nar Phu is a real hidden gem that offers trekkers a rare likelihood to explore unspoiled valleys. That features a mixture of the raw vary of mountains nature and ancient Buddhist culture. Furthermore, it rewards you with the whole geographic area expertise and unknown Tibetan villages simply opened for the outsider.

This includes track trek from Annapurna offers a way of a chain of mountains life vogue, culture, tradition, previous Buddhist monasteries. And it explores an untouched valley that offers an implausible view of majestic mountains within the high lands.

The valley includes stunning medieval and ancient remote villages like Nar and Phu, wonderful rock formations, glaciers, slim canyons, beautiful and pleasant forests, a distinctive chain of mountains and Tibetan culture, life designs, and high altitude settlements.

Best season for Nar Phu Valley Trek

Additionally, this trek is feasible within the monsoon (June-August) also because of the 2 peak holidaymaker seasons (March-May and September-November). Therefore, the trek continues to be pleasurable within the monsoon, though the road access within the mountains to and from Besisahar may be noncontinuous by mud and landslides. However,  in the winter (December-February), the high pass may be impassable with snow.

Major attractions of Nar Phu Valley Trek

A variety of attractive sites in Nepal’s Nar Phu Valley attract travellers looking for both natural beauty and cultural immersion. Here is a summary of its main appeals:

  • Gorgeous Scenery: Nar Phu Valley is well-known for its breathtaking landscape, which includes rocky mountains, pure alpine lakes, flowing waterfalls, and beautiful woods. The route is set against a memorable backdrop of towering peaks, such as Annapurna II, III, and IV, which are all visible to trekkers.


  • Traditional Tibetan settlements: Travellers may discover real Himalayan culture in the valley’s old Tibetan Buddhist settlements, Phu and Nar. These communities provide a glimpse into centuries-old customs and traditions with their beautifully carved monasteries, prayer flags that flutter, and ancient stone cottages.


  • Cultural Immersion: By engaging with locals, taking part in customary rituals, and touring holy locations like prayer wheels, chortens, and monasteries strewn throughout the valley, visitors can fully immerse themselves in the rich cultural legacy of the area.


  • Natural Wilderness: Nar Phu Valley provides a secluded and beautiful hiking experience, well off from the throngs of more well-traveled paths. Trekkers may experience the peace and quiet of the Himalayan mountains while travelling through untamed and wild landscapes, where they will come across a variety of flora and species.


  • Kang Laa Pass: Reaching an elevation of 5,240 metres, the Kang La Pass is a highlight of the Nar Phu Valley trip. Trekkers who successfully complete this difficult but rewarding ascent are rewarded with amazing views of the surrounding peaks and valleys, making the experience unforgettable and thrilling.


Travel Insurance for Nar Phu Valley Trekking

You should comprehend over the span of treks in remote parts of Himalayan nations like Nepal may bring a characteristic hazard because of awful climate condition, avalanche, and surge and so on which is outside our ability to control can cause genuine damage and demise. Furthermore, Please check our travel insurance page to get more detail information.

Permission Requirement for Nar Phu Valley Area

Trekking Infromation Management System(TIMS) card and Annapurna Conservation Area Project(ACAP) are the two essential permits for Nar Phu Valley Trekking.

Finally, Nar Phu trekking is a easy hiking trails in the Annapurna Region.  The newly trekking trail Mardi is a popular for Panoramic views of Annapurna Ranges, Pastoral village,  Flora and Fauna of Annapurna Conservation Area.

Mountain Treks Nepal Pvt. Ltd. welcomes all of you with a thankful heart as we have created a systematic schedule for the Nar Phu Valley trek. We have 21 Days Nar Phu Valley Trekking Itinerary. Moreover, we have similar Annapurna Region Trekking packages that might be quite hard but almost all activities would be similar to, Annapurna circuit Trek and  Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

Trip Highlights

  • It includes remote a part of Nepal that few travelers get to visit
  • Stay in ancient villages that have seen very little amendment over the centuries
  • Enjoy nice views of Annapurna II, Himlung Himal, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Peak
  • Experience a district of the Tibetan upland that extends down into Nepal
  • Witness a Tibetan-derived culture, with distinctive and colorful prayer stones and monasteries
Guaranteed Departures




11 Nights 12 Days

Group Discounts Available

No. of Persons Price Per Person (USD)
2 - 12 Pax $

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    Detailed Itinerary

    Arriving in Kathmandu, Nepal, at an elevation of 1400 metres, is where the Nar Phu Valley Trek begins. Trekkers become immersed in the colourful atmosphere of this lively metropolis as soon as they arrive, surrounded by the sights, sounds, and smells of Nepali culture. After checking into their lodging, travellers may visit some of Kathmandu’s most important historical locations, such Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa, or they can just stroll about the city’s bustling streets, eating local cuisine and taking in the distinctive atmosphere. Acclimating to the altitude and getting ready for the impending adventure into the untamed splendour of the Himalayas are the goals of this day.

    Trekkers can spend their free day in Kathmandu sightseeing and making last-minute preparations for their trip. Adventurers may spend this relaxed day seeing some of Kathmandu’s cultural highlights, such the Pashupatinath Temple, the Boudhanath Stupa, or the winding lanes of Thamel, which are teeming with cafés and stores. It’s also an opportunity to make sure everyone is ready for the adventure ahead by attending a trekking briefing, buying any last-minute supplies, and double-checking gear. Trekkers may enjoy the charming ambiance of Kathmandu on this day as they prepare for the adventure that lies ahead in the pristine wilderness of the Nar Phu Valley, all while experiencing the excitement and anticipation of the journey.

    Travellers leave Kathmandu and head to 2,600-meter-high Koto at the start of the adventure. As it weaves through the Nepalese countryside, the picturesque journey gives views of beautiful rural life and scenery before arriving at the trek’s beginning. In this place, where the clean mountain air fills the air, travellers finalise plans for the next several days, excited to get on the path that leads to the breathtaking Nar Phu Valley.

    Trekkers may explore more of the Himalayan nature by ascending 3,560 metres from Koto to Meta. Along the way, they can follow historic pathways that meander through beautiful woods and past breathtaking waterfalls. A glimpse of the natural beauty that will be revealed in the coming days is provided by the vast panorama of snow-capped peaks and the constantly shifting terrain that break up the drive.

    Trekkers continue their journey from Meta to Phu, ascending to a height of 4,080 metres. A sensation of isolation and adventure grows as the untamed landscape gives way to massive cliffs and wide valleys. Travellers are welcomed with great hospitality in Phu, a traditional Tibetan community tucked away among towering peaks, offering a window into a way of life that hasn’t altered throughout time.

    Today focuses to discovering the charming town of Phu and soaking in its stunning surroundings and rich cultural legacy. Every corner presents a fresh discovery, enticing visitors to learn more about the past and customs of this isolated Himalayan village, from historic monasteries to charming tea cafes.

    After leaving Phu, hikers head towards Chyakhu or Nar Phedi, which are located at elevations of 3,800 and 3,490 metres, respectively. The path winds through untamed rivers, across rocky terrain, and up steep hillsides, providing an unrivalled level of natural beauty and physical challenge as it goes.

    After continuing their journey from Chyakhu or Nar Phedi, trekkers arrive at 4,110-meter-high Nar Village. Travellers experience a sense of peace and wonder as they take in the ageless beauty of this isolated Himalayan community here, surrounded by majestic peaks and historic monasteries.

    Trekkers are about to begin on a demanding but worthwhile adventure today when they cross the Kang La Pass, ascending to 5,240 metres before descending to Ngawal. While the descent puts hikers closer to the verdant valleys and terraced farms below, offering a striking contrast to the untamed splendour of the high Himalayas, the climb gives expansive panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks.

    Drive to Besisahar, which is located at an elevation of 775 metres, after continuing their descend to Pisang. As travellers say goodbye to the mountains and get ready to return to civilization, the journey provides an opportunity to think back on the amazing experiences of the previous days.

    Trekkers drive back to Kathmandu on the last part of their journey, where the colourful culture and busy streets offer a dramatic contrast to the peace and quiet of the mountains. Travellers are grateful for the memories created and the connections formed along the journey as they reflect back on the experiences of the previous days.

    When departure day finally arrives, visitors have a free day in Kathmandu to think back on their adventure and maybe squeeze in a little last-minute sightseeing or shopping for mementos. Trekkers head home with lifelong memories and a renewed respect for the strength and beauty of the natural world as they send farewell to Nepal and the magnificent Himalayas.

    Trip Includes

    • 12 days Trip, 09 of which included 3 meals a day
    • Lodge accommodation during the trek
    • 3 nights of accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast.
    • All trekking permits (Annapurna Conservation Area Project, Nar Phu Valley restricted
    • permit and TIMS Card.
    • Airport pickup and drop.
    • Tea house accommodations during the trek.
    • Mountain treks Nepal duffel bag, need to return after the trek.
    • Kathmandu to Koto and Pisag to Kathmandu by private vehicle
    • An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader
    • (8 trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter)
    • including their salary, insurance, equipment, food and accommodation 
    • All government and local taxes.
    • Sleeping bag, down jackets and duffel bag – if Necessary (Need to returned after the trek).
    • Farewell Dinner with culture show.

    Trip Excludes

    • Personal Travel Insurance.
    • Nepal entry visa.
    • International airfare 
    • Drinks (mineral water, Tea, coffee, whisky) or other snacks and any meals beside
    • Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hot shower, Battery charge, WiFi charge etc.
    • Tips for Guide and potter ( tipping is expected)
    • Snacks and other personal expenses.
    • Personal trekking equipment.
    • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on the “Trip Includes” Section.

    4 Responses to Nar Phu Valley Trek

    • Grack

      Nar phu valley

      Embark on a journey beyond compare with Mountain Treks Nepal on the Nar Phu Valley Trek! This hidden gem nestled in the Annapurna region offers a unique blend of breathtaking landscapes, ancient Tibetan culture, and off-the-beaten-path adventure.
      Thanks to Mt treks nepal and mr yaka for your lovely hospitality.

    • Reeta

      Nar Phu Valley Trek with Mountain Treks Nepal

      Embark on a journey beyond compare with Mountain Treks Nepal on the Nar Phu Valley trek. This hidden gem nestled in the Annapurna region offered an unforgettable experience unlike any other
      From the initial planning to the final departure, Mountain Treks Nepal ensured a smooth and seamless trek. Their attention to detail and clear communication instilled confidence every step of the way.
      Highly recommend to everyone !!

    • kistina

      Nar phu vally is amazing

      My recent Nar Phu Valley trek with Mountain Treks Nepal was an extraordinary adventure. The off-the-beaten-path location offered stunning scenery unlike any other trek I’ve done. We traversed dramatic landscapes, from high mountain passes like Kang La to charming villages nestled amidst towering peaks. The opportunity to immerse myself in the unique Tibetan culture of Nar and Phu villages was a highlight.

    • lorence

      Muktinath trip

      “Recently, I had the pleasure of completing the Jomsom Muktinath Trek with Mountain Treks Nepal. This incredible journey through the Annapurna region was filled with stunning landscapes, rich culture, and a well-organized trek thanks to Mountain Treks Nepal.”

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