Fantastic journey in the wild and unexplored area north of Annapurna, this rugged and wild hike takes us through the exotic and fascinating valley of Nar Phu. The Nar Phu valley is a trek that combines remote villages of Nar and Phu, narrow canyons, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, Monasteries, Kang La Pass and unique Himalayan cultures. Located north of the Annapurna Range in Manang, this trek will take you through a wild valley and snow leopard territory. Tucked between the more visited Annapurna and Manaslu regions, Nar Phu is a true hidden gem that offers trekkers a rare opportunity to explore unspoiled valleys that feature a mix of raw Himalayan nature and ancient Buddhist culture. 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.
Nar and Phu are the most remote villages in Manang. The unique position of the route near Annapurna will offer an incredible view of many peaks over 7000 m, many of which have never been climbed. The views of Mount Kanggaru Himal and Chulu East are also magnificent. 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 inhabitants of the Nar Phu Valley celebrate many festivals such as Lhosar, Derchi, Yaksha 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.
1. Venture into a remote part of Nepal that few travelers can see.
2. Stay in ancient villages that have seen little change over the centuries.
3. Magnificent views of Annapurna II, Himlung Himal, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak.
4. Discover a part of the Tibetan plateau that extends down into Nepal.
5. Have the chance to glimpse the ever-elusive Snow Leopard.
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.