Nar Phu Valley with Annapurna Circuit Trek offers you a unique insight into the ancient valleys that still love the way they are with the highest Himalayas pass- Thorong La. Nar Phu valley is a part of the nomadic lifestyle that has not been modified with technology. This is a trek combined with the astonishing mountain views of the Annapurna region and the Tibetan Buddhist cultural affluence. As Nar Phu Valley lies in a restricted region of Nepal, a special trekking permit is required for the trip.
Trek to Nar Phu Valley and Annapurna Circuit kicks off from the lower Annapurna region, mostly from Chamje or Manang. It can also begin from Besisahar, but the road extension has made it possible to begin from the upper parts. The exclusive sights of the snowy peaks during the trek are magical. The restricted region of the Nar Phu Valley begins from Koto. Passing through the least explored region of Nar and Phu villages, you can picture a different world where hospitality and innocents are still alive. While returning from the Nar Phu valley, you can cross the 5100 meters Kang La Pass to reach Manang, which is another outstanding. Joining the Annapurna circuit trek, it is an adventurous section, heading all the way to 5416 meters Thorong LA Pass. The Annapurna, Lamjung Himal, Gangapurna, Tilicho, and the neighboring peaks dramatically allure you. Another side of the trek lies in the Mustang region, which is culturally a blessed land. Muktinath temple and the Kali Gandaki River valley are the major highlights of that part.
The best seasons for the Nar Phu Valley and Annapurna Circuit Trekking are March to May and September to November. The trek requires physical fitness and acclimatization. Nepal Kameleon Holidays operates this trek with the arrangement of all the paper works and an experienced guide. Please, feel free to contact us for more details.