Nar Phu valley trek is a far beyond the regular round of Annapurna trail in the north-west lies hidden valley called Nar and Phu villages which remained undiscovered by trekkers for long time. The region for the trekkers was restricted until 2002 A.D. and considered as inconvenient destination to visit due to lack of food and accommodation facilities. The mystic trekking in the unique valley has gained much popular day by day due to its rich cultural heritage in nomad land and amazing scenario of beautiful mountains as well challenging Kang La Pass (5100m) on the way to join regular Annapurna circuit trail. This is one of the remote area trekking with lodge to lodge accommodation in Nepal.
The society living in this valley has their amazing cultural respect as their own tradition for generation to generation. They believe that their ancestor were escape away from Tibet in respect to save their Bon-Po religion. It is a unique hidden treasure to explore across the Himalayan remote valleys inhabited by Tibetan origin groups where they are practicing traditional Bon-Po religion and Mahayana Buddhism together. Besides trekkers can also discover entire Annapurna regular trail together enjoy splendid views of awesome Himalayan peaks.
Nar Phu valley trekking highlights
- Journey to a remote part of Annapurna region that only a few travelers get to see
- Stay in ancient villages that explore Himalayan hidden treasure
- Enjoy fantastic views of Annapurna II, Himlung Himal, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Peak
- Experience a part of the Tibetan plateau that extends down into Nepal
- Observe a Tibetan-derived culture, with unique and colorful prayer stones and monasteries
- Cross Thorong La Pass (5416m.) and visit Muktinath temple