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4 Best Trekking Routes to reach Nar Phu Valley

  • Author: Naba Raj Amgai
  • Posted on: Sun Sep 20, 2020
Nar Pho Valley in the Manang district of Nepal

There are different trek routes that can take you to the Nar Phu Valley. The trek routes can be selected based on the number of days available, starting and ending points, attractions along the trails, existing modes of transportation, and self-preference. Famous as the 'Hidden Gem of Nepal' the Nar Phu valley trek is a recently opened yet one of the most majestic and adventurous treks in Nepal. We present below four of the best trek routes to reach Nar Phu Valley.

Overview

The Nar Phu valley lies in Nepal's Manang district and is sheltered between the magnificent Annapurna and Manaslu region of Nepal. The earlier forbidden trek was opened to the public only in 2003 and since then, it has been welcoming trekking enthusiasts from all over the world.

Nar Phu valley encompasses two remote villages namely Nar and Phu. The Nar Phu valley offers a promising serene experience with the breathtaking view of Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Mt. Annapurna (8091m) and Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m) along with other 19 exotic snow covered mountains. At the same time, it provides an opportunity to explore the rugged barren landscape. Situated right in the Annapurna Massif, the valley is full of unexplored and hidden surprises such as the gigantic rocks and boulders, vast glaciers, caves and canyons along the trail. The ancient gompas and monuments seem to impart a soulful vibe in the air.

Moreover, the sparsely populated valley is enriched with Tibetan culture and tradition and offers the trekkers an opportunity to be a part of the divine tradition.

Recommended Read: Altitude Sickness While Trekking in Nepal

Highlights of Nar Phu Valley Trek

Panoramic View of Mountains from Mustang

Incredible Panoramic View of Mountains

The Nar Phu Valley trek offers an astounding panoramic view of the mountains that surely gives the trekkers a closer to heaven experience. Mt. Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain gin the world, Mt. Dhaulagiri, the seventh highest mountain in the world and Annapurna I (main), the tenth highest mountain in the world can all be viewed during the trek.

Audacious Kang La Pass

The Kang La pass which is situated at an elevation of 5,306 m above the sea level can be crossed during the Nar Phu valley trek. The Kang La pass is one of the Manang district's major view points as it offers a splendid scenic view. Crossing the Kang La pass is quite challenging and definitely imparts the adventurous rush. The climb is really worthwhile as the top of the pass offers a magnificent view of the glorious Annapurna II, Gangapurna and Tilicho peak.

Beautiful Nar and Phu Village

The Nar and Phu village are two remote villages of the country. Still, both the villages are equally beautiful and provide a real taste of raw nature and warm village life. Waking up in the traditional village houses with the backdrop of the tranquil Himalayas is a pure bliss indeed.

Rich Culture and Tradition

Though the villages are sparsely populated, they are filled with prosperous culture and tradition. The trek gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the rich Tibetan culture and traditions. The difficult yet happy lives of people will move you from the inside. The mouth-watering cuisines of the different communities are worth the try.

Rugged Barren Landscape

The Nar Phu Valley has a rugged barren landscape but encompasses various gorges, canyons, passes and rock formations. The region is also home to different species of flora and fauna such as alpine vegetation, sub-alpine shrubs, snow leopard, blue sheep etc. Here are the 4 best different trekking routes to reached Nar Phu Valley

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1. Nar Phu Valley Trek

Nar Phu Famous Hidden Valley of Nepal

Trek Facts & Overview

Total Days:

10 Days

Difficulty Level:

Moderate to Difficult

Maximum Altitude:

5,320m

Start From:

Kathmandu

Finish At:

Kathmandu

The lesser known Nar Phu Valley Trek is regarded as the "Famous Hidden Valley Trek" of Nepal. This trek route allows you to enjoy the scenic beauty of nature and explore the wilderness of the Himalayas.

The trek starts from the beautiful city of temples, Kathmandu.  Take a short 7 to 8 hours’ drive from Kathmandu to reach the beautiful village of Jagat which marks the beginning of the majestic Nar Phu valley trek.

A  hike of 6 to 7 hours leads to Dharapani. Once you reach Dharapani, the view gets even better.

Hike from Dharapani to Koto along the trail of splendid fields covered with red sea buckthorn berries. Then, ascend to Meta village. The trek to Meta is idle for exploring some of the hidden caves, canyons and Tibetan monasteries.

Phu Gaon which is another night point of the trek is about 7 to 8 hours away from Meta. It is a small village that offers you a quick serene escape and enchants you with the scenic panoramic view of the mountains.

Spend a day of acclimatization in the Phu Gaon whilst dwelling in the simplicity of remote lives. Hike for 6 to 7 hours to reach the Nar village.

The Nar village is a small village that offers a great view of the stone houses and ancient monuments in the lap of the Himalayas. Descend from Nar village to Ngawal crossing the thrilling Kang La pass.  

Further descend from Ngawal to Pisang. Pisang is the perfect destination for those who want to experience awesome sceneries, stunning mountain views and the generosity of spirit of the welcoming villagers. Drive back to Besisahar, a small town at the base of the hill.

Return back to Kathmandu. The drive takes about 6 to 7 hours but you can enjoy the view of beautiful hills and flowing rivers throughout the way.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1      

Early morning drive from Kathmandu (1,400m/4592ft) to Jagat (1,300m/4,264ft)- 7-8 Hours (211 km) drive

Day 2

Jagat to Dharapani (1,860m/6,101ft)- 6-7 hours trek

Day 3

Dharapani to Koto (2,600m/8,528ft) - 5-6 hours trek

Day 4

Koto to Meta (3,560m/11,677ft) - 7-8 hours trek

Day 5

Meta to Phu Goan (4,080m/13,383ft) - 7-8 hours trek

Day 6

Acclimatization at Phu Gaon

Day 7

Trek from Phu Gaon to Nar (4,110m/13,481ft)- 6-7 hours trek

Day 8

Nar to Ngawal (3,660m/12,005ft) via Kangla Pass (5,320m/17,450ft)-7-8 hours trek

Day 9

Ngawal to Pisang (3,200m/10,496ft) drive to Besisahar (760m/2,493ft)- 2-3 hours trek and 6-7 hours (80 km) drive

Day 10

Besisahar (760m/2,493ft) to Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft)- 6-7 Hours (176 km) drive

2. Annapurna Circuit and Nar Phu Valley Trek

Annapurna Circuit and Nar Phu Valley Trek

Trek Facts & Overview

Total Days:

16 Days

Difficulty Level:

Moderate to Difficult

Maximum Altitude:

5,416m

Start From:

Kathmandu

End At:

Kathmandu

Annapurna circuit with Nar Phu valley trek offers you closer to paradise experience. This trek takes you to the famous Annapurna circuit through the unexplored rugged lands of Nar Phu valley, beautiful alleys of Manang and the holy temple of Muktinath.

Beginning from Kathmandu, the first day of the trek includes a 7-8 hours’ drive to Jagat. From Jagat, a short hike leads you to Dharapani which is noted for its remarkable stone entrance Chorten. Ascend from Dharapani to the small Koto village which marks the night stop for the day.

Then, the next day you will further climb up to Meta. Meta embodies some concealed caves and canyons. Ascend from Meta to the beautiful Phu village. Generously bestowed by nature, Phu Gaon grants an amazing view of the mountains.

Spend a day of acclimatization at Phu with some exotic side trips. Trek to the beautiful Nar village extending on the Western part of Phu village.

Ascend along the lateral moraines of Temdenzon River and cross the Kang La pass. The climb to the top of Kang La pass is quite steep. The top of the pass rewards you with the flawless majestic view of the great Annapurna. Descend from Kang La pass to Ngawal and hike to the exhilarating Manang.

Manang is a small village residing right below the pristine Gangapurna and Annapurna. Considered as one of the most beautiful hidden valleys of South Asia, spend an entire day exploring the vast glacier lakes situated right at the slopes of the Gangapurna mountain and the lovely villages of Braja and Bhojo gompa.

Head to Yak Kharka which is about 3 to 4 hours away from Manang. The trail to Yak Kharka is along the Jharsang Khola with the backlight of Manang village in the distance. From Yak Kharka, hike to Phedi which is the night stop for trekkers attempting to cross the Thorang La Pass. The following day, trek up to Muktinath via Thorang La Pass. The holy temple of Muktinath is located at the base of the pass. Acclaimed as one of the most sacred places both for Hindus and Buddhists, Muktinath captivates you by the soulful vibe it imparts.

Descend to Jomsom, a beautiful town located in Mustang district.  Tucked between the Niligiri and Dhaulagiri, Mustang offers breathtaking scenic views. After a night in Mustang,  fly back to the Lake city of Nepal; Pokhara. Pokhara is a popular tourist destination of Nepal as it offers a splendid view of the Mountains and vast lakes filled with colorful boats. You can spend an entire day in a beautiful city. From Pokhara,  drive back to Kathmandu.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1

Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft) to Jagat (1,300m/4,264ft)- 7-8 Hours (211 km) drive

Day 2

Jagat to Dharapani (1,860m/6,101ft)- 6-7 hours trek

Day 3

Trek from Dharapani to Koto (2,600m/8,528ft)- 5-6 hours walking

Day 4

Trek from Koto to Meta (3,560m/11,677ft)- 7-8 hours walking

Day 5

Meta to Phu Goan (4,080m/13,383ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 6

Acclimatization at Phu Gaon

Day 7

Nar (4,110m/13,481ft)- 6-7 hours trek

Day 8

Phu Gaon to Ngawal (3,660m/12,005ft) via Kangla Pass (5,320m/17,450ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 9

Ngawal to Manang (3,540m/ 11,612ft)- 3-4 hours trek

Day 10

Manang: Rest day

Day 11

Manang to Yak Kharka (4,050m/13,284ft)- 3-4 hours trek

Day 12

Yak Kharka to Phedi (4,525m/14,842ft)- 3-4 hours trek

Day 13

Muktinath (3,800m/12,464ft) via Thorong La Pass (5,416m/17,765ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 14

Muktinath to Jomsom (2,700m/8,856ft) via Lupra - 5-6 hours trek

Day 15

Fly back to Pokhara (800m/2,635ft)- 25 minutes flight

Day 16

Pokhara (800m/2,625ft) to Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft)- 6-7 Hours (200 km) drive

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3. Manaslu and Nar Phu Trek

Manaslu and Nar Phu Trek

Trek Facts & Overview

Total Days:

19 Days

Difficulty Level:

Moderate to Difficult

Maximum Altitude:

5, 320m

Start From:

Kathmandu

End At:

Kathmandu

Manaslu and Nar Phu valley 19 days trek is one of Nepal's pristine treks that offers a magnificent view of the world's eighth highest mountain, Mt. Manaslu. Famous as "The New Annapurna Circuit Trek," this trek allows you to enjoy Manaslu and Nar Phu valley's unspoiled parts.

The trek begins from the capital city of Nepal; Kathmandu. Ride from Kathmandu to the beautiful Soti Khola which is the resting point for the day. From Soti Khola, a 6 to 7 hours trek leads to Macha Khola. The trail along the unspoiled Gurung villages with lush green forests and mountains under the sun rays is charismatic. Hike to Jagat and ascend to Namrung passing through Deng.  

From Namrung, climb up to Sama Gaon, which marks the beginning of the Manaslu trek's side excursions, including the acclimatization day. You can get a quick serene escape to the Birendra Lake, Manaslu Base Camp, Pungen Gumba and Tibet border Rui La. From Sama Gaon hike to Samdo and ascend to Dharamsala.

Throughout the trail, you can enjoy the matchless view of the majestic Manaslu. A short trek of 7 to 8 hours leads to Dharapani. Ascending from Dharapani reach Koto. The trail takes you through woody pine and fir forests and villages with historic monasteries. At the same time, you can enjoy the splendid views of snow-covered Annapurna II and Manaslu glistening beneath the blue sky. From Koto, hike to the unexplored Meta and to Phu Gaon. Monuments, alleys with colorful prayer flags and stone houses below the mountains; the view of Phu Gaon is indeed exceptionally pleasing. Acclimatizing at Phu day spend an entire day with the humble villagers. Trek for 6 to 7 hours to the Nar village. Like the Phu village, this village is equally beautiful and offers a spectacular view of the snowcapped peaks.

Descend from Nar village, crossing the Kang La pass to reach Ngawal. Further, a short hike of 2 to 3 hours from Ngawal leads to Pisang's medieval village that offers an overwhelming view of the Pisang peak. Drive back to Besisahar which is surrounded by green hills. Finally, return back to Kathmandu.

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Brief Itinerary

Day 1       

Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft) to Soti Khola (700m/2,296ft) via Arughat -  7-8 Hours (139 km) Drive

Day 2

Soti Khola to Machha Khola (870m/2,854ft)- 5-6 hours trek

Day 3

Machha Khola to Jagat (1,340m/4,396ft)-6-7 hours trek

Day 4

Jagat to Deng (1,865m/6,118ft)-6-7 hours trek

Day 5

Deng to Namrung (2,630m/8,627ft)-5-6 hours trek

Day 6

Namrung to Sama Gaon (3,520m/11,549ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 7

Acclimatization Day in Sama Gaon

Day 8

Sama Gaon to Samdo (3,875m/12,713ft)- 4-5 hours trek

Day 9

Samdo to Dharamsala / Larkya Base Camp (4,460m/14,633ft)- 4-5 hours trek

Day 10

Dharamsala to Bimtang (3,590m/11,778ft) via Larkya La pass (5,165m/16,929ft)- 8-9 hours trek

Day 11

Bimtang to Dharapani (1,930m/6,440ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 12

Dharapani to Koto (2,600m/8,528ft)- 5-6 hours trek

Day 13

Koto to Meta (3,560m/11,677ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 14

Meta to Phu Goan (4,080m/13,383ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 15

Acclimatization at Phu Gaon

Day 16

Trek to Nar (4,110m/13,481ft)- 6-7 hours trek

Day 17

Nar to Ngawal (3,660m/12,005ft) via Kangla Pass (5,320m/17,450ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 18

Ngawal to Pisang (3,200m/10,496ft) drive to Besisahar (760m/2,493ft)-2-3 hours trek, 6-7 hours (80 km) drive

Day 19

Besisahar (760m/2,493ft) to Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft)- 6-7 Hours (176 km) Drive

4. Manaslu Nar Phu and Annapurna Circuit Trek

Manaslu Nar Phu and Annapurna Circuit Trek

Trek Facts & Overview

Total Days:

25 Days

Difficulty Level:

Moderate to Extreme

Maximum Altitude:

5,416m

Start From:

Kathmandu

End At:

Kathmandu

Manaslu with Nar Phu valley and Annapurna trek takes you to one of Nepal's most classic treks through the off-beaten trails of  Nar Phu valley, Manang and Muktinath.

The trek begins with a beautiful ride from Kathmandu to Soti Khola, which is the day's resting point. A short hike of 5-6 hours leads to Macha Khola. The trail along the Khola is filled with lush green forests. At the same time, the Mountains emerge from the clouds on the background.

Hike to the beautiful village of Jagat. The following day ascends to Deng and from Deng to Namrung. Climb up to Sama Gaon and experience picturesque natural views, vast geographical diversity and cultural richness; all at a time. Spend a day of acclimatization at Sama Gaon with an exquisite side excursion to the Birendra Lake, Manaslu base camp, Pungen Gumba and Tibet border Rui La. A short 4 to 5 hours trek leads to Samdo. From Samdo, hike to Dharamsala and further ascend to Bimtang. Right from Namrung to Samdo, you can enjoy the breathtaking view of Mt. Manaslu. The next night halt point the trek is Dharapani. Approximately 5 to 6 hours ascend from Dharapani leads to Koto.

The trail passes through the old Annapurna circuit trek, through some amazing waterfalls and ravishing gorges. From Koto climb up to Meta which offers some amazing natural vistas. Emerging from narrow canyons to fresh waterfalls, Koto's trail to Meta passes through forests filled with oak, bamboo, and rhododendron. About 7 to 8 hours away from Meta is the Phu Gaon. Immediately after you reach Phu Gaon, visit some famous Tibetan Monasteries of the Nar Phu valley. The holy Nar Phedi Monastery, an ancient Tibetan fortress namely Dzong and Tashi Lakhang Gompa are three major attractions.

Acclimatize at Phu along with some side excursions to Himlung Himal base camp through an astounding glacial valley. Hike from Phu following the winding up the path through the hill you will enter Nar village. The following day includes the thrilling hike from Nar to Ngawal crossing the Kang La pass. The top of the Kang La pass offers an untouched view of the Gangapurna, Annapurna II and Tilicho Peak, which is magical.

A short walk of 3 to 4 hours leads to Manang. Renowned as the Gateway to Tilicho Lake, Manang offers excellent panoramic mountain views, exquisite ice lake excursion and rich vivid cultural experience all at the same time. Then, descend through Yak Kharka to Phedi. From Phedi, a 7 to 8 hours trek takes you to the holy Muktinath temple. Muktinath is a major tourist hub of the region and is a famous pilgrimage site for Buddhists and Hindus. Uneven Mountains surround the temple with an exceptional view of Mt. Dhaulagiri.

Spend the night at Muktinath's serene village and head to Jomsom where you can visit an acclaimed monastery and some ancient caves. Fy back to Pokhara; the City of Lakes. You can spend an entire day unwinding and admiring the lakes, streets, caves, waterfalls and monasteries of the city. Moreover, you can set off for some daring adventure sports such as paragliding, bungee jumping and zip flying. Finally, drive back to Kathmandu.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1        

Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft) to Sotikhola (700m/2,296ft) via Arughat - 7-8 Hours (139 km) Drive

Day 2

Machha khola (870m/2,854ft)- 5-6 hours trek

Day 3

Jagat (1,340m/4,396ft)- 6-7 hours trek

Day 4

Trek to Deng (1,865m/6,118ft)- 6-7 hours walking

Day 5

Trek to Namrung (2,630m/8,627ft)- 5-6 hours walking

Day 6

Sama Gaon (3,520m/11,549ft)- 7-8 hours trek

Day 7

Acclimatization Day in Sama Gaon

Day 8

Samdo (3,875m/12,713ft)- 4-5 hours trek

Day 9

Dharamsala / Larkya Base Camp (4,460m/14,633ft)- 4-5 hours trek

Day 10

Bimtang (3,590m/11,778ft) via Larkya La pass (5,165m/16,929ft)- 8-9 hours trek

Day 11

Trek to Dharapani (1,930m/6,440ft)- 7-8 hours walking

Day 12

Trek to Koto (2,600m/8,528ft)- 5-6 hours walking

Day 13

Trek to Meta (3,560m/11,677ft) 7-8 hours walking

Day 14

Trek to Phu Goan (4,080m/13,383ft)- 7-8 hours walking

Day 15

Acclimatization at Phu Gaon

Day 16

Trek to Nar (4,110m/13,481ft)- 6-7 hours walking

Day 17

Trek to Ngawal (3,660m/12,005ft) via Kangla Pass (5,320m/17,450ft)- 7-8 hours walking

Day 18

Trek to Manang (3,540m/ 11,612ft)- 3-4 hours walking

Day 19

Manang: Rest Day, Hike to Ice lake (4,600m/15,088ft)- 6-7 hours walking

Day 20

Trek to Yak Kharka (4,050m/13,284ft)- 3-4 hours walking

Day 21

Trek to Phedi (4,525m/14,842ft)- 3-4 hours walking

Day 22

Trek to Muktinath (3,800m/12,464ft) via Thorong La Pass (5,416m/17,765ft)- 7-8 hours walking

Day 23

Trek to Jomsom (2,700m/8,856ft) via Lupra - 5-6 hours walking

Day 24

Fly back to Pokhara (800m/2,635ft)- 25 minutes flight

Day 25

Drive from Pokhara (800m/2,625ft) to Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft) - 6 -7 hours  drive

Conclusion

The Nar Phu Valley Trek is a lesser known yet a delightful trek. If you want a less crowded trek that offers an exotic view of the Himalayas and imparts the real taste of pure nature and simple living then, this trek is definitely the one for you.

Also Useful: Packing List For Trekking In Nepal


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the rules for a permit?

Since, the Nar Phu valley is a restricted region, you need to obtain a special permit from the Nepal Immigration office before trekking to the valley. You have to issue the following two permits:

Nar & Phu Valley Restricted Area (NRA) Permit: US$90 per week per person from September-November, and  US$50 per week per person from December-August. (The permit is valid only for 7 days). Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit: US$23 per person.

2. Is the drinking water available during the trek safe?

Drinking water will be provided at each place you stay. Mineral water is usually not available but you can purchase it at some places at higher costs. You can use a liquid purifier during the trek.

3. How is the accommodation like during the trek?

The trek is a tea house trek. Basically, a tea house is a combination of lodges and guesthouses. You will stay in tea houses with basic facilities. Some of the tea houses may not have electricity. The rate of accommodation usually varies with season. As the elevation gets higher the rates increase as well.

4. How is the food like in the trek?

The food options while trekking in the isolated region is limited. You can take your meals at the tea houses and lodges along the trail. Nepali dal bhat is served in most of the tea houses. The rates of food vary with the season.

5. Which is the best season to trek to Nar Phu Valley?

The best season to trek to Nar Phu Valley is during the spring (March-May) and autum (September-November) seasons.

6. What about altitude sickness during the trek?

The Nar Phu valley trek takes you to high elevations above 5000m; you might have slight altitude sickness. However, there are acclimatization days during the trek. You can also bring the necessary medicines for safety.

7. Are there any bank, ATM, money exchange services during the trek?

No, there are no such facilities at higher altitudes. You can find such services in cities such as Kathmandu, Pokhara and Jomsom. Make sure you have sufficient Nepali currency with you.

8. What about solo travel?

Since the region lies in Nepal's restricted area, you will not be allowed to trek solo. A group of at least two is mandatory.


  • Author: Naba Raj Amgai
  • Posted on: Sunday Sep 20, 2020
Naba Raj

About Author - Naba Raj Amgai

Naba Raj Amgai, stepped into the world of travel and tourism in 1996. He is Founder and Managing Director of Third Rock Adventures.

Beginning his journey in the tourism industry as a humble Porter Guide to founding hospitality establishments and an adventure travel company, he has come a long way.

In a career spanning more than two decades, he has achieved more than anybody dreams of achieving. Along with his professional achievements, his selfless contribution towards his community and society has won him a lot of accolades and praises.

Having dedicated more than two decades in the tourism and hospitality sector, he has amassed a wealth of experience.

After passing high school, he began helping out some trekking guides and was soon recruited as a porter guide at a reputed trekking agency. Within a short time, he was individually guiding clients across the well-known trails of the Himalayas.

He went on to lead tour groups on multi-country tours to Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. Being a part of mountain climbing expeditions familiarised him with expedition logistics and operations. Later on, he went to become the Executive Director and took over the reins of Operations, Sales and Marketing departments. Spending several years in the tourism field has made Naba Raj Amgai a destination expert.

Travelling is his passion and he has been to many countries across the world – USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, Holland, Germany, Austria and many parts of Asia.

His journeys to different parts of the world have enriched his travel experience and knowledge. This experience has been instrumental in planning and organizing successful trips for several clients.

As of today many reputed travel companies, hotels and restaurants are under his leadership. A dynamic and proactive leader, he continues to inspire and motivate people from all walks of life.

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