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  • Duration 18 Days
  • Trip Grade High
  • Trip Destination Kang La and Thorong La Pass
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Max. Altitude 5,416 metres (17,769 ft)
  • Trip Type Trekking
  • Transport By Car/Jeep/Bus
  • Accommodation Tea House


  • Easy online booking system
  • The best guaranteed service and price 
  • Professional guide with fluent english 
  • Combination of Nar Phu and Annapurna Circuit treks for a diverse adventure.
  • Conquers high-altitude challenges at Kang La and Thorong La Passes.
  • Explores remote valleys' traditions and encounters diverse communities

The Kang La Pass trek with the Thorong La is a remarkable trek that combines the well-known Thorong La Pass on the Annapurna Circuit with the less traveled Nar Phu trek. This amazing trek takes 18 days and goes through two different but equally interesting cultures and landscapes.

The Nar Phu trek goes through the Nar and Phu valleys, which are remote and not often visited. Trekkers go through old towns and over high mountain passes like the Kang La Pass. The route gives you a look at the traditional Tibetan-Buddhist culture of these secret valleys. Nar Phu is a hidden gem in the Annapurna region. On the way there, you can see snow-capped peaks, deep gorges, and other unique landscapes.

The Annapurna Circuit, on the other hand, is a world-renowned trek that takes trekkers through a variety of landscapes. The trail goes all the way around the Annapurna Massif, going through traditional villages, terraced fields, and dense rhododendron forests. It passes from lush green valleys to a dry, high-altitude desert. The Thorong La Pass is the highlight of this part of the trek. It is a difficult, high-altitude pass that is worth it for the amazing views of the nearby mountains.

This Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass creates an unparalleled experience when combined. Trekkers not only get to see Nepal's amazing range of natural beauty, but they also get to know the country's rich culture. Every step is a new find, from the warm hospitality of the people who live in the lower valleys to the spiritual atmosphere of the old monasteries.

Nepal Trek Adventure offers this Kang La Pass trek with Thorong La Pass that shows off the best of the Annapurna region. It is a deep and varied experience that gives trekkers memories they will remember for the rest of their lives.


  • Two high passes, Kang la Pass and Thorong la Pass
  • Exploration of Manag Valley
  • Panoramic view of Annapurna range from Ghorepani poon hill 
  • Chance to visit one of the biggest pilgrimages of Nepal, Muktinath Temple 
  • Explore the remote villages of Nar and Phu
  • Side trip to Himlung Base Camp during Acclimatization Day
  • Natural Hot springs in Tatopani
  • Unique mix of ancient culture and natural beauty
  • Blend of diverse landscapes, from green valleys to high-altitude deserts.


The Kang la Pass Trek and the Thorong la Pass route start from Kathmandu. You will start your trek by driving from Kathmandu to Dharapani. From there, you will start hiking and watch how the landscape changes from green hills and farms to rocky mountains as you head to places like Koto and Meta.

As you keep hiking, you'll reach a village called Phu Village, where people follow a special kind of culture. You get a day to rest there and explore the nearby mountains. Moving forward, you visit Nar Phedi and Nar Village, where you see old monasteries and pretty villages.

Kang La Pass Trek With Thorong La

The crossing of the challenging Kang La Pass is a highlight, offering panoramic views as you descend towards Nagwal. The trek continues as you walk through Manang, which is known for its tranquil surroundings and vibrant local culture. As the trail goes up to the famous Thorong High Pass, the adventure hits its peak, and the amazing views make the hard climb worth it.

As the path continues down from the pass, it leads to the holy site of Muktinath and the quiet town of Tatopani, which is known for its hot springs. The trek then moves to the verdant Ghorepani area, which leads to the famous Poon Hill viewpoint. The last part of the route is a drive back to Pokhara, where hikers can reflect on their successes in the peaceful lakeside setting of the city. 

From Pokhara, you'll drive back to Kathmandu, where your trek in Nepal will end. As you drive, you can enjoy the view.

Why do the Kang La Pass and Thorong La Pass Trek with us?

  • Simple and safe online booking system.
  • Trip postponement services with flexible itineraries.
  • Private road transportation (as requested by the client).
  • Certified NTA Trek Guide with fluent English
  • Well-planned itineraries that balance trekking with acclimatization.
  • Accommodation (twin sharing) in comfortable teahouses and lodges along the route.
  • Necessary permits and paperwork for the trek.
  • 24/7 customer support for any queries or concerns during the trek.
  • Optional side trips to explore nearby attractions and viewpoints.
  • Emergency evacuation plans and medical assistance, if needed.

Package Cost

We're delighted to open up advance bookings for the Kang La Pass Trek combined with the Thorong La Pass for the upcoming years 2023 and 2024. Start this extraordinary trek for an all-inclusive price of $2050 per person for group joining during the main trekking season.

Our trekking strategy is tailored to accommodate the preferences of every individual trekker. As part of the package for the Kang La Pass and Thorong La Pass Trek, we also offer the chance to go on a solo trek with a guide.

Note: Opting for a private group size ranging from 1 to 5 trekkers, the cost of the combined Kang La Pass and Thorong La Pass Trek varies between $2050 and $2450 per person. Choose a private trek and enjoy the freedom to go at your own pace. This is a great option for families, groups of friends, or anyone who wants a more personalized trek.

The specially customized itinerary for the Kang La Pass and Thorong La Pass Trek throughout the years 2023 and 2024 begins upon your arrival in Nepal and elegantly concludes as you depart, ensuring a seamless and immersive experience from start to finish.

Best Season

The best time to do this Kang La Pass and Thorong La Pass trek is during the autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May). These seasons offer the most favorable weather conditions and stunning vistas, making the trek an unforgettable experience. 

During the autumn months, the skies are clear, the temperatures are moderate, and the landscapes are painted with vibrant hues as the forests and hillsides come alive with color. Similarly, in spring, the trekking trails are adorned with blooming wildflowers, creating a picturesque setting against the backdrop of towering mountains. 

The stable weather during these seasons ensures safer and more comfortable trekking conditions, allowing trekkers  to fully appreciate the natural beauty and cultural richness of this combined trek through the Annapurna region.

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    When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative will be there to meet you. They'll take you to your hotel in a private vehicle. Once you're checked in, you can rest for a while or explore the city if you want.

    In the evening, there will be a meeting to give you important information about the trek. After dinner, you can go to your room and relax for the night. It's important to rest well before the trek.

      On the second day of the trek, you will drive from Kathmandu to the charming village of Dharapani. The journey spans approximately 234 kilometers and takes around 4 to 5 hours. Leaving behind the vibrant chaos of Kathmandu, the road winds through verdant hills, terraced fields, and quaint settlements, gradually immersing you in the natural beauty of the region.

      As you approach Dharapani, you'll notice the transformation of the scenery, with the Himalayan backdrop becoming increasingly prominent. The drive offers glimpses of rural life, where locals go about their daily routines amidst breathtaking vistas. Upon reaching Dharapani, you'll be greeted by the tranquil atmosphere of this traditional village, surrounded by towering mountains. The day's journey sets the tone for the adventure ahead, as you transition from urban landscapes to the heart of the Annapurna region's stunning natural beauty.

      • Day's Destination: Dharapani
      • Total Distance: Approximately 234 kilometers
      • Duration: 4 to 5 hours of driving
      • Highlights: a scenic drive through picturesque landscapes, transitioning from the bustling Kathmandu cityscape to rural terrain.

        On the third day of the Kang La Pass Trek combined with Thorong La Pass, you'll set out for the picturesque village of Koto. This day's trek covers a distance of around 12 kilometers and takes approximately 6 to 7 hours to complete. The trail leads you through enchanting forested paths, offering a serene atmosphere and a refreshing connection with nature. As you make your way, you'll also pass through charming villages that provide insight into the local way of life.

        The route to Koto reveals the gradual transition from lower altitudes to higher elevations, preparing you for the challenges and rewards of the days ahead. The scenic beauty of the surrounding landscapes, coupled with encounters with friendly locals, makes this day a blend of cultural immersion and natural exploration. Koto serves as a stepping stone to further adventures in the Annapurna region, setting the stage for the awe-inspiring experiences that await you.

        • Day Destination: Koto 
        • Total Distance: Approximately 12 kilometers
        • Duration: About 6-7 hours
        • Highlights: Enchanting forest trails, charming villages

          On the fourth day of the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass, you'll trek to Meta. This part of the trek covers a distance of around 12 kilometers and takes about 6 to 7 hours to complete. The trail passes through captivating landscapes, treating you to picturesque views and a gradual ascent.

          As you make your way to Meta, you'll be immersed in the natural beauty of the region. The path might take you through lush forests, offering refreshing shade and glimpses of native flora and fauna. You'll also encounter charming traditional villages along the way, providing insights into the local way of life.

          The gradual ascent during this part of the trek allows you to acclimatize and adjust to the increasing altitude. This measured approach is important for a safe and enjoyable trek. By the time you reach Meta, you'll not only have covered a considerable distance but also have experienced the unique charm of the trail and the people who call these mountains home.

          • Day's destination: Meta 
          • Total Distance: Approximately 12 kilometers
          • Duration: About 6-7 hours
          • Highlights: Stunning landscapes, traditional villages, gradual ascent

            On this  day, you'll head on a remarkable hike to Phu Village. This day's trek covers an approximate distance of 14 kilometers and typically takes around 6 to 7 hours to complete. The trail leads you through diverse landscapes, offering glimpses of rugged terrain and tranquil valleys.

            As you move further, the awe-inspiring Phu Village comes into view. Nestled amidst the mountains, this village is a true gem of the Annapurna region. The trek provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions of the people living here. The unique architecture, ancient monasteries, and warm hospitality of the villagers create an unforgettable experience.

            The breathtaking scenery that is all around you will captivate you as you explore Phu Village. The towering peaks and serene landscapes provide an ideal backdrop for your trekking adventure. This day not only offers a physical journey but also a cultural and spiritual one, allowing you to connect with the local way of life and nature's wonders.

            • Day's destination: Phu village 
            • Total Distance: Approximately 14 kilometers
            • Duration: About 6-7 hours
            • Highlights: Exploring the picturesque Phu Village, encountering unique cultural experiences.

              On the sixth day of the trek,  you will stay in Phu Village for acclimatization. This day is designed to help your body adjust to the higher altitude, which is important for a safe and enjoyable trek. Phu Village is a charming and culturally rich settlement that offers a fascinating glimpse into the traditional life of the people living in the remote Himalayas.

              The hike covers an approximate distance of 6 kilometers, but the focus of the day is not solely on trekking long distances. Instead, you will have the opportunity to explore Phu Village, interact with the friendly locals, and immerse yourself in the local culture. The village is known for its distinct architecture, ancient monasteries, and unique way of life. As you wander through the narrow alleys, you'll discover intricate carvings, prayer flags, and stone-built houses that reflect the rich heritage of the region.

              One of the highlights of the day is the breathtaking view of Himlung Himal, a prominent peak in the area. You will hike to the base camp of Himlung Himal and enjoy the environment. The towering mountains, clear blue skies, and serene environment make it a perfect setting to relax, acclimatize, and absorb the beauty of the Himalayas. Taking this extra day to acclimate in Phu Village will prepare you for the challenges of higher altitudes as you continue your trek towards Kang La Pass and Thorong La Pass in the coming days.

              Day's Destination: Phu Village
              Total Distance: Approximately 6 kilometers
              Duration: Full day
              Highlights: Exploring the unique culture of Phu village and enjoying the stunning views of Himlung Himal.

                On this day, your trek takes you to Nar Phedi, marking your entry into the beautiful and remote Nar Valley. The trail spans approximately 10 kilometers, and you can expect to trek for around 5 to 6 hours. As you make your way, be prepared to be enchanted by the captivating landscapes that unfold before you.

                The highlight of this stretch is the transition into the Nar Valley, which introduces you to a unique cultural and natural setting. Along the way, you'll pass through traditional villages, offering glimpses into the daily lives of the local inhabitants. This part of the journey is memorable due to the tranquility of the surroundings and the rugged beauty of the terrain.

                Nar Phedi serves as a stepping stone for the adventure that lies ahead, leading you deeper into the heart of the Nar Valley. As you continue your trek, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and connect with the stunning vistas that define this lesser-traveled region.

                • Destination: Nar Phedi
                • Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
                • Duration: About 5-6 hours
                • Highlights: Crossing into the remote Nar Valley, picturesque landscapes, traditional villages

                  The days start heading towards Nar village from  Nar Phedi. The trail stretches for around 15 kilometers, and you can expect to trek for about 6 to 7 hours.

                  As you trek through the captivating landscape, you will be treated to breathtaking mountain vistas. The route takes you deeper into the heart of the region, offering glimpses of the surrounding natural beauty that Nepal is renowned for. The highlight of the day is reaching Nar village – a charming settlement that allows you to immerse yourself in the local culture. The village is characterized by traditional Tibetan-Buddhist architecture and a way of life that has been preserved for generations.

                  Throughout the trek, you'll encounter moments of awe as you take in the panoramic views and serene surroundings. Nar village, with its unique charm, will be a rewarding destination for your efforts. As the day's journey comes to a close, you'll find yourself inspired by the interplay of nature and culture, making this day an unforgettable chapter.

                  • Day's destination: Nar village
                  • Total Distance: Approximately 15 kilometers
                  • Duration: About 6-7 hours
                  • Highlights: Exploring Nar village, stunning mountain vistas, cultural immersion

                    On this exciting day, you'll head on a challenging trek towards Nagwal via the renowned Kang La Pass. The journey covers a distance of roughly 14 kilometers and takes around 8 to 9 hours to complete. The highlight of the day is the crossing of Kang La Pass, which offers mesmerizing panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

                    The trail takes you through diverse landscapes, including rocky terrain and high-altitude pastures. As you ascend, you'll feel a sense of achievement as the breathtaking vistas gradually unfold. The pass stands as a gateway to unparalleled natural beauty and serves as a perfect spot for capturing awe-inspiring photographs.

                    Throughout the day, the scenery changes, revealing the rugged charm of the region. Keep an eye out for Himalayan wildlife and birds that might make an appearance along the way. You'll experience the warmth of the locals' hospitality and the comfort of your overnight lodging as you make your way towards Nagwal. 

                    • Day's destination: Nagwal via Kang La Pass
                    • Total Distance: Approximately 14 kilometers
                    • Duration: About 8–9 hours
                    • Highlights: Crossing the stunning Kang La Pass, picturesque mountain landscapes, diverse terrain.

                      On the 10th day of the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass, you'll set off on an exhilarating trek from Nagwal to Manang. Covering a distance of about 15 kilometers, this part of the journey takes approximately 6 to 7 hours to complete.

                      Throughout the trek, you'll be treated to awe-inspiring views of the surrounding mountains. The landscape will transition, offering a blend of lush greenery and the rugged beauty that characterizes high-altitude regions. The trail may take you through quaint villages, where you can witness the daily lives of the local residents and their unique customs.

                      One of the major highlights of the day is reaching the village of Manang. Nestled amidst the towering peaks, Manang is not only a picturesque destination but also a significant stop for acclimatization. Its distinctive architecture and vibrant culture will offer you a glimpse into the local way of life. You'll have the opportunity to explore the village, interact with fellow trekkers, and prepare yourself for the challenges and wonders that lie ahead in the trek.

                      As you complete this leg of the journey, you'll have a sense of accomplishment and anticipation for the adventures that await in the days to come.

                      • Day's destination: Manang
                      • Total Distance: Approximately 15 kilometers
                      • Duration: Around 6-7 hours
                      • Highlights: Mesmerizing mountain views, unique landscapes, Manang village

                        On this day, you will go on a picturesque journey from Manang to Yak Kharka. The day's trek covers a distance of around 10 kilometers and is expected to take about 4 to 5 hours to complete.

                        As you leave Manang behind, you'll find yourself surrounded by awe-inspiring mountain vistas. The trail gradually ascends, guiding you through lush yak pastures where these hardy creatures graze peacefully. The enchanting landscapes, with their play of light and shadows, create a mesmerizing backdrop for your journey.

                        The route offers a balance between adventure and tranquility. You'll have many opportunities to appreciate the natural beauty and take in the serene surroundings. Yak Kharka, your destination for the day, is a charming settlement known for its rustic charm and warm hospitality. 

                        • Day's destination: Yak Kharka
                        • Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
                        • Duration: About 4-5 hours
                        • Highlights: Stunning mountain views, yak pastures, gradual ascent

                          Today, you'll set out from the charming Yak Kharka village. The trail leads you to the awe-inspiring Thorang High Pass, a significant highlight of your journey. This day's trek covers a distance of roughly 9 kilometers and takes around 6 to 7 hours to complete.

                          As you ascend towards the Thorang High Pass, you'll be treated to breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges. The landscapes gradually change as you gain altitude, transitioning from lush greenery to more rugged and rocky terrain. The thin air at this altitude might make the trek challenging, but the sense of accomplishment as you reach the pass is truly rewarding.

                          The Thorang High Pass stands at an impressive altitude, providing an incredible vantage point to appreciate the grandeur of the Himalayas. The sight of towering peaks, including the mighty Gangapurna and Annapurna, against the backdrop of the clear blue sky is a sight to behold. This day's trek is not only physically demanding but also emotionally uplifting as you conquer the pass and relish the stunning scenery before making your descent towards the next phase of your adventure.

                          • Day's destination: Thorong High Pass
                          • Total Distance: Approximately 9 kilometers
                          • Duration: About 6-7 hours
                          • Highlights: Majestic mountain views, high-altitude landscapes

                            On this day, you'll head on a challenging yet awe-inspiring journey from Thorong Phedi. The ultimate goal is reaching Muktinath, a significant pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. The trek starts early in the morning as you ascend the steep trail to Thorong La Pass, the highest point of the trek at an altitude of 5,416 meters.

                            The trail takes you through rugged terrain, and as you make your way up, the scenery evolves dramatically. Glistening snow-capped peaks surround you, and the vastness of the Himalayan landscape becomes palpable. As prayer flags flutter in the wind, reaching the pass is a triumphant moment. The panoramic view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges is truly breathtaking.

                            From the pass, you begin your descent towards Muktinath, a revered religious site. The trail leads you through arid landscapes, and the contrast between the high-altitude desert and the snow-covered peaks is captivating. As you approach Muktinath, you'll pass by ancient chortens and prayer wheels, adding a spiritual dimension to your trek.

                            When you arrive in Muktinath, you'll see the revered Muktinath Temple, which is a crucial pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. The temple's unique features, including eternal flames and natural water springs, hold immense religious significance. It's a moment of deep cultural and spiritual immersion, perfectly complementing the natural grandeur you've witnessed throughout the day.

                            • Day's Destination: Muktinath
                            • Total Distance: Approximately 20 kilometers
                            • Duration: About 8–10Destination hours
                            • Highlights: Crossing Thorong La Pass, panoramic mountain views, sacred Muktinath Temple

                              Today, you'll be heading on a drive from Muktinath to Tatopani. The trek covers a distance of around 80 kilometers and typically takes about 6 to 7 hours. The drive itself is a visual treat, allowing you to witness the transitioning landscapes as you descend from the high-altitude regions.

                              Throughout the drive, you'll have the opportunity to observe the unique beauty of the region's villages, each with its own distinct charm. The road winds through valleys, offering glimpses of terraced fields, rolling hills, and the ever-present backdrop of towering mountains.

                              The highlight of the day's itinerary is reaching Tatopani, a village renowned for its natural hot springs. After the long drive, you can look forward to a soothing soak in these rejuvenating hot waters, which is an excellent way to unwind and relax your muscles.

                              • Destination: Tatopani
                              • Total Distance: Approximately 80 kilometers
                              • Duration: About 6-7 hours
                              • Highlights: a scenic drive through changing landscapes, picturesque villages, and hot springs in Tatopani.

                                Today's trek takes you from the village of Tatopani to the famous viewpoint of Poon Hill in Ghorepani. The trail winds through a variety of landscapes, starting with lush vegetation and small settlements. As you ascend, you'll enter beautiful rhododendron forests, especially vibrant during the blooming season. Along the way, you'll come across local villages, giving you a chance to interact with the residents and immerse yourself in the local culture.

                                Reaching Ghorepani, you'll settle in for the night in preparation for the early morning hike to Poon Hill.

                                • Day's Destination: Ghorepani
                                • Total Distance: Approximately 18 kilometers
                                • Duration: About 7-8 hours
                                • Highlights: Gorgeous mountain views, charming villages, rhododendron forests

                                  This day marks the final part of your incredible trekking experience. The trail takes you through a descent, allowing you to soak in the breathtaking scenery as you make your way down. After an early morning hike to Poon Hill viewpoint and enjoying the beautiful sunrise, You will head toward Nayapul.

                                  Depending on the season, there will be luscious forests and vibrant rhododendron blooms all around you. The trail guides you through charming local villages where you can catch glimpses of everyday life in the Annapurna region. The landscapes will continue to captivate you, showcasing a harmonious blend of nature and human settlements.

                                  The total distance covered on this day is approximately 17 kilometers, which may take around 6 to 7 hours to complete. While the path involves a descent, the terrain can vary, so be prepared for a mix of stone steps, dirt paths, and village walkways. This last day of trekking offers a wonderful opportunity for reflection as you journey through the diverse landscapes that have defined your adventure.

                                  Arriving in Nayapul marks the end of your trek. Stay overnight at the lodges and rest for the day.

                                  • Day's destination: Nayapul
                                  • Total Distance: Approximately 17 kilometers
                                  • Duration: About 6-7 hours
                                  • Highlights: ascending trail, lush forests, local villages, picturesque landscapes

                                    On this day, you'll leave Nayapul and go on a scenic drive to the enchanting city of Pokhara. The drive covers a distance of approximately 110 kilometers and typically takes around 6 to 7 hours, offering ample time to soak in the mesmerizing landscapes.

                                    As you journey from Nayapul to Pokhara, you'll traverse through picturesque rural areas, passing by charming villages, terraced fields, and lush hillsides. The drive is a great opportunity to reflect on the incredible adventure you've just experienced and to absorb the beauty of the surroundings one last time.

                                    Upon reaching Pokhara, you'll have a chance to relax and unwind by the serene Phewa Lake, surrounded by the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. The city's peaceful ambiance, friendly atmosphere, and stunning natural scenery make it the perfect place to conclude your epic trekking journey. Whether you choose to explore the lakeside area, indulge in local cuisine, or simply rest, Pokhara provides a wonderful setting to celebrate your achievements and bid farewell to the rugged mountains you've conquered.

                                    • Day's Destination: Pokhara 
                                    • Total Distance: Approximately 110 kilometers
                                    • Duration: Around 6-7 hours
                                    • Highlights: Scenic drive, rural landscapes, relaxing in Pokhara

                                      On the final day of your Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass, you'll embark on a memorable journey back to Kathmandu. A pleasant drive that takes 7 to 8 hours and travels a distance of about 200 kilometers characterizes this day. credible experiences and breathtaking scenery you've encountered during the past 18 days.

                                      The drive itself is an opportunity to appreciate the diverse beauty of Nepal. You'll pass through charming villages, lush valleys, and winding roads that offer stunning vistas. It's a perfect time to relax, share stories with fellow trekkers, and perhaps even make a few stops to capture some last-minute memories on camera.

                                      Arriving back in Kathmandu, you'll feel a mix of accomplishment and nostalgia as you recall the challenges you've overcome and the wonders you've witnessed. The city's vibrant atmosphere will welcome you once again, and you can spend your evening reflecting on the incredible journey you've just completed. This final leg of the adventure encapsulates the essence of the entire trek: a blend of natural beauty, camaraderie, and a sense of achievement.

                                      • Day's Destination: Kathmandu
                                      • Total Distance: Approximately 200 kilometers
                                      • Duration: Around 7-8 hours
                                      • Highlights: a scenic drive through picturesque landscapes, relaxing, and reminiscing about the trek.

                                      Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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                                      What's Included

                                      Domestic and International Airport Pickup and Drop-Off Services

                                      • International Arrival Pickup
                                      • International Dropoff on your Final Departure Day

                                      Accommodations Services

                                      • 2 Night in Kathmandu 3-star hotel (Twin Sharing, BB Plan)
                                      • 15 Nights in Local Tea Houses (Twin Sharing Basis)
                                      • 1 Night in Pokhara

                                      Trekking Permits

                                      • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
                                      • Annapurna Conservation Area Project Permit and Restricted Area Permit
                                      • Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)

                                      Pivate Transportation Services

                                      • Kathmandu to Dharapani by local bus/jeep
                                      • Nayapul to Pokhara by local bus/jeep
                                      • Pokhara to Kathmandu by local bus/jeep

                                      Food Services

                                      • 17 days of Breakfast: Local and Continental Choicefrom Tea House Menu
                                      • 18 days of Lunch: Simple and Light Lunch in Tea houses
                                      • 17 days of Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals from the local tea houses Menu
                                      • 1 Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu at Best Restaurant
                                      • Breakfast during stay in Kathmandu 

                                      Guide/Porter Services

                                      • English-speaking government-licensed guide (Minimum 10 Years’ Experience)
                                      • All Meals for the guide or porter
                                      • Insurances for Guide & Porter
                                      • Well-Paid Salary as Per Government Rates
                                      • Local Sherpa for Carrying Luggage (Up to 20 KGs Max)
                                      • First-Aid Kit Box Carried by Our Team
                                      • Trekking Porter Services (Available on Fixed Departure dates; 2 Guests Share 1 Porter)

                                      What's Excluded

                                      • International flight tickets to Nepal and return
                                      • Nepal entry visa fees
                                      • Food and extra nights in Hotel in Kathmandu
                                      • Any kinds of drinks and alcoholic beverages during the Everest trek
                                      • Extra facilities during trekking
                                      • Charges of extra baggage and personal expenses 
                                      • Tips and gratitude
                                      • Medical and rescue expenses
                                      • Travel insurance.(Required)
                                      Add-Ons & Options

                                      Pokhara to Kathmandu Flight (USD 106 per person)

                                      If you wish to skip the log road trip, then you can return to Kathmandu from Pokhara with a USD 106 per person flight, offering a swift and picturesque way back.

                                      Private Porter Service (USD 100 per person)

                                      Enhance your trekking experience by hiring a private porter for USD 100 per person, ensuring your comfort as they assist with carrying your belongings along the trek. This add-on service is best for single travelers; however, trekkers in groups can also hire their private porter.

                                      Availability & Private Trip

                                      For those interested in joining a group tour, we offer a fixed departure date. However, if you prefer to choose your own date for the trip, we encourage you to explore our Book a Private Trip section, which provides the flexibility of booking on any day of your choice, as private trips offer daily availability.

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                                      Start DateStart: FridayJun 28, 2024End DateEnd: MondayJul 15, 2024PricePriceUS $2050StatusStatusGuaranteed

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                                      Private & Group Discount Price
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                                      1 Travelers x US $2450TotalUS $2450(No additional taxes or booking fees)


                                      Accommodation during the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass varies as you traverse through different regions. Along the Annapurna Circuit, you'll find a range of lodges and tea houses that provide basic yet comfortable accommodations with shared facilities. In the Nar Phu Valley, the lodging options are more rustic, offering an authentic insight into the local lifestyle. Expect simple rooms with cozy bedding, and be prepared for colder temperatures at higher altitudes.


                                      Food on the trek is predominantly local and nourishing, with menus offering a mix of Nepali, Tibetan, and international dishes. While basic, the meals are designed to provide the energy needed for trekking. In the Nar Phu region, you might even get a chance to savor traditional Tibetan dishes. You'll find a wider variety of options due to its popularity among trekkers.


                                      In terms of difficulty, the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass is considered moderately to challenging. The altitude gain and the steep ascents and descents, especially over the high passes, require a good level of physical fitness and acclimatization. Proper preparation and gradual acclimatization are key to managing the challenges posed by the high-altitude environment and ensuring an enjoyable trekking experience. 


                                      Permits are an essential part of this trek. Trekkers require both the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP), and the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card, which cover the Annapurna Circuit portion. Additionally, for the Nar Phu valley, a special Nar Phu Restricted Area Permit is necessary due to the region's restricted access. These permits contribute to the conservation and management of the areas you'll be exploring, and they're typically arranged with the help of trekking agencies or guides.

                                      Travel Insurance 

                                      Travel insurance for the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass is not just a precaution but an essential aspect of ensuring a safe and worry-free journey. This challenging and remote trek involves traversing high mountain passes and exploring diverse landscapes, which inherently carry certain risks. Adequate travel insurance provides trekkers with crucial coverage against unforeseen events such as altitude sickness, medical emergencies, trip cancellations, or delays. Given the varying terrains and altitudes of the combined trek, having insurance that includes medical evacuation and treatment becomes particularly important. Moreover, the remoteness of some areas means that access to medical facilities might be limited, making insurance a lifeline in case of any health-related contingencies. Whether it's the unpredictable mountain weather, the physical demands of high-altitude trekking, or unexpected travel disruptions, a comprehensive travel insurance policy ensures that trekkers can fully embrace the adventure with confidence and have the necessary support if challenges arise.

                                      Packing Lists


                                      • Lightweight and moisture-wicking base layers
                                      • Insulating layers (fleece or down jacket)
                                      • Waterproof and windproof outer jacket
                                      • Trekking pants and/or convertible pants
                                      • Thermal socks and hiking socks
                                      • Warm hats and gloves
                                      • Sun hat and sunglasses


                                      • Sturdy and comfortable hiking boots
                                      • Camp shoes or sandals for resting


                                      • Backpack
                                      • Sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures
                                      • Sleeping pad or mat
                                      • Trekking poles
                                      • Headlamp with extra batteries
                                      • Water bottles or hydration systems
                                      • Duffel bag or waterproof cover for your backpack


                                      • Sunscreen with high SPF
                                      • Lip balm with sun protection
                                      • Insect repellent
                                      • Personal toiletries and medications
                                      • First aid kit
                                      • Trekking map and guidebook
                                      • Camera or binoculars (optional)
                                      • Power bank and charging cables


                                      • Passport and necessary permits
                                      • Cash for local expenses
                                      • Travel insurance documents
                                      • Multi-purpose knife or tool
                                      • lightweight, quick-dry towel
                                      • Snacks and energy bars
                                      • Ziplock bags for organization
                                      • Plastic bags for wet or dirty clothes


                                      • Trekking poles
                                      • Portable water purification system
                                      • Gaiters for snowy conditions
                                      • Buff or scarf for additional warmth
                                      • Extra camera batteries or memory cards

                                      Important Notes

                                      • Obtain permits for both regions and plan during favorable months.
                                      • Pack versatile clothing and gear for changing conditions.
                                      • Train beforehand for high altitudes and steep climbs.
                                      • Acclimatize gradually to avoid altitude sickness.
                                      • Consider local guides and carry detailed maps.
                                      • Navigate cautiously due to complex trails.
                                      • Bring essentials like water tablets, snacks, and a first aid kit.
                                      • Expect basic facilities in some areas.
                                      • Layer clothing for temperature changes; include waterproof and windproof layers.
                                      • Hydrate well and ascend slowly.
                                      • Monitor for signs of altitude sickness.
                                      • Respect local customs, ask before taking photos, and learn basic local phrases.
                                      • Follow Leave No Trace and manage waste responsibly.
                                      • Use water purification and limit plastic.
                                      • Have an emergency communication plan and learn basic first aid.
                                      • Keep permits and ID secure; register as needed.

                                      Frequently Asked Questions

                                      • Q1. What is the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass?

                                        It's a combination of the Nar Phu Valley trek (Kang La Pass) and the Annapurna Circuit trek (Thorong La Pass), offering a comprehensive journey through diverse landscapes.

                                      • The combined trek usually lasts around 18 days, allowing for acclimatization and exploration.

                                      • The ideal months are March to May (spring) and September to November (fall), when weather and visibility are generally favorable.

                                      • Yes, you'll need both the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) for the Annapurna Circuit and a special permit for Nar Phu Valley, which will be obtained in Kathmandu.

                                      • The trek is moderately to strenuously challenging due to high altitudes and steep ascents. Adequate physical fitness and acclimatization are crucial.

                                      • Accommodation is primarily in teahouses along the trail, which provide basic amenities and meals. Advance booking is recommended during peak seasons.

                                      • Yes, due to the high altitudes, proper acclimatization and recognizing the signs of altitude sickness are essential.

                                      • While it's not possible to trek independently, hiring a local guide is recommended for navigation, cultural insights, and safety.

                                      • Be prepared for changing weather conditions. Layering is crucial, including warm clothing, waterproof outer layers, and sturdy hiking boots.

                                      • The trek offers a blend of cultures from different regions, with encounters in traditional villages and monasteries and interactions with local residents.

                                      What Our Clients Say
                                      • M
                                        MariyanaEgypt,August 25, 2023

                                        Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass

                                        Nature has always been my solace, and the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass was a voyage of pure serenity and wonder. The journey took me through landscapes that felt like stepping into a different world at every turn.

                                        The Nar Phu Valley was like a hidden sanctuary. The tranquil villages, ancient monasteries, and distinct Tibetan-Buddhist culture were an immersion into a time seemingly untouched. The Kang La Pass, with its sweeping views of snow-capped peaks and meandering valleys, left me in awe of the Earth's beauty.

                                        The Annapurna Circuit, on the other hand, introduced me to the full spectrum of nature's artistry. From vibrant rhododendron forests to the vastness of arid landscapes, it felt like witnessing the planet's evolution. And the culmination at Thorong La Pass was like embracing the heavens themselves.

                                        Yes, the trek demanded effort and resilience. Altitude adjustments were real challenges. But those hardships transformed into a deeper connection with nature. Every step was a dialogue with the mountains, and every view was a masterpiece. If you seek a trek that reconnects you with the Earth's soul, the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass is a journey of a lifetime.

                                      • S
                                        SebastineUnited Kingdom,August 15, 2023

                                        Kang La Pass Trek combined with Thorong La Pass

                                        Let me tell you about my incredible experience with the Kang La Pass Trek combined with Thorong La Pass! As someone who thrives on adventure, this trek was a dream come true. The blend of the Nar Phu Valley's off-the-beaten-path beauty and the renowned Annapurna Circuit was truly extraordinary.

                                        The journey took us through a range of landscapes that seemed straight out of a movie – from lush valleys to barren high-altitude deserts. The Kang La Pass was a challenging yet exhilarating feat, rewarding us with breathtaking views that I'll never forget. And then came the mighty Thorong La Pass – an absolute highlight of the trip. Words can hardly express the emotion I felt while standing at that summit among the tall peaks.

                                        Meeting the locals and immersing myself in their culture was another layer of this experience. The villages we passed through, the traditional monasteries we visited – each interaction added depth to the journey. Sure, it wasn't all easy. The altitudes tested my limits, and there were moments of fatigue. But that just made the accomplishment even sweeter.

                                        In short, if you're an adventure junkie looking for a trek that combines challenge, beauty, and culture, the Kang La Pass Trek with Thorong La Pass is an absolute must!


                                      Why travel with Nepal Trek Adventure?

                                      Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition is one of the best local travel companies based in Kathmandu with leading adventures.

                                      • Expert Guides
                                        Expert Guides

                                        Our experienced guides have extensive knowledge of the local area and culture, ensuring a safe and authentic adventure.

                                      • Top-notch Customer Service
                                        Top-notch Customer Service

                                        Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, from personalized trip planning to attentive support throughout your journey.

                                      • Flexibility

                                        We understand that travel plans can change, which is why we offer flexible itineraries and customizable tours to meet your specific needs and preferences.

                                      • Unmatched Value
                                        Unmatched Value

                                        We strive to provide the best value for your money, with competitive pricing and transparent, all-inclusive pricing that eliminates hidden fees.


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