About This Package
Hiking in the Nar Phu Valley takes you to one of the beautiful and remote areas of Annapurna in Nepal. Nar Phu is located in the northeast valley, near Chame, in Annapurna. Nar and Phu is a different village in the valley. These two villages are called Nar Phu at once and are one day's walk from each other. Hiking in the Nar Phu Valley will allow you to discover quaint medieval villages, narrow gorges, herds of blue sheep and a spectacular cliff path, over one of the highest hiking passes in the area. This exotic land, visited by very few hikers, is still rich in medieval Tibetan culture, which has been preserved for centuries. Filled with spectacular Mountain views and beautiful alpine landscapes, to the taste of Tibet, it is probably the best-known tourist region of the Annapurna hiking routes.
Nar Phu Trek explores the lifestyle of mountain dwellers, their hidden and traditional customs and cultures, their unique and wild natural beauties, many snow-covered views of the snow-capped mountain, domestic animals such as Yaks & Sheep, as well as flora and fauna wildlife. The trek in the valley of Nar Phu is one of the best trekking destinations to explore the way of life of Mountain people, their culture and their nature. The inhabitants of the Nar Phu Valley celebrate many festivals such as Lhosar, Derchi, Yakchha and many others locally. Of course, they are Buddhists and follow their own culture. They have small and ancient Buddhist monasteries, Mani walls, Chortens and Stupas in each village. It is naturally also a very beautiful place with likes of the banks of the river, the landscapes of the Moraine, the snow-capped Mountains of the main attraction like Kangaru Himal 6981m, Mount Himlung 7126m, the peaks of Pisang 6091m and Chulu East 6429m and many others Annapurna Himalayas as Annapurna I 7937m, Annapurna III 7555m, Annapurna IV 5545m, Gangapurna 7575m and Tilicho peaks 7219m.
Some Important Highlights of the Trip:
1. Adventurous camping trek towards the beautiful Narphu Valley.
2. Observe the Tibetan culture and lifestyle of the area.
3. Amazing landscape views, crossing over high suspension bridges.
4. Nepal's classic trek with a wide range of spectacular mountain scenery to cross Kang-la Pass.
5. Smooth gradual walking up through subtropical the dense Rhododendron and Pine forest to a Tibetan-influenced valley. 6. Explore the most remote and unspoilt area of Annapurna.
7. Communities of Manangis, passing by several Buddhist monuments and their traditional villages with stone walls.
8. Acclimate in style on a spectacular parallel trip to Ice Lake, just outside Gangapurna Glacier Lake.
9. Meet the locals and their cultural mix takes in Gurung.
10. Sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley including UNESCO world historical heritage sites.