Nar Phu Trek is the restricted trekking trail of the Annapurna Region and requires a visitor’s permit. The spectacular views of the majestic snow-covered Annapurna massif, the beautiful and unique Manang district, the warm and sociable Bhotia people all add to the intrigue and uniqueness of this trek.
Commencing from Besisahar, the trail passes the village of Chame and onwards towards Nar Phu village. The trek takes on the challenging and adventurous Kangla pass (5200m) and Thorung La pass (5416 m), which opens up to the dominant snowcapped Annapurna range. Nar Phu is regarded as one of the hidden valleys since it has only recently been accessible to trekkers and is still relatively undisturbed. Inhabited by about 300 Bhotia people the Nar Phu village has its own strategic trading system and livelihood by Yak herding. Our carefully drafted 21-day itinerary guarantees an experience of a lifetime for both veteran and novice trekkers who want to visit this remote region.
Highlights of the trek:
- Explore around some of the most underrated trekking trails of Nepal.
- Wander in the foothill of the Annapurna massif and visit the beautiful and unique Manang District.
- The unique diversity of the region is one of the most satisfying things you will ever witness.