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  • Duration 11 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Nar Phu
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Max. Altitude 5,416 metres
  • Trip Type Tea House Trek
  • Transport By air and by private vehicle
  • Accommodation Teahouses and lodges


  • Easy online booking system

  • The best guaranteed service and price 

  • Professional guide with fluent english 

  • Spectacular views: Annapurna II, Himlung Himal, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Peak

  • Encounter Tibetan plateau extending into Nepal

  • Immerse in unique Tibetan-derived culture

Nar Phu Valley Trek is a 11-day trek that offers a pristine haven concealed behind the majestic Himalayas, calling out to adventure enthusiasts. The trek takes 11 days to complete, offering the natural and cultural beauty of the Annapurna region of Nepal.

This carefully customized Nar Phu Valley Trek Package is designed to provide you with a rich cultural experience and breathtaking natural beauty. The valley's high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons, enchanting forests, impressive rock formations, yaks, alpine pastures, gompas, and exquisite Tibetan culture make it a rewarding place to go trekking.

The highest point we reach on this 11-day Nar Phu Valley Trek is 5416 m. Nar Phu Valley's main attraction is that you can see Mt. Manaslu (8163 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Mt. Annapurna I (8091 m), and more than 19 other snow-capped peaks in the Annapurna area. You just stroll through the amazing scenery, taking in the beautiful views and learning about how people live there.

The Nar Phu Valley Trek route will lead you through diverse landscapes, from narrow canyons to high alpine meadows, and even challenge you with the Kang La Pass at an elevation of 5,320 meters. This trek to Nar Phu Valley is of moderate difficulty and suitable for participants with a good level of fitness and some prior trekking experience.

Our company is dedicated to ensuring your comfort and safety throughout the Nar Phu Valley Trek in Nepal. We provide experienced guides who are well-versed in the local culture and environment. Accommodations and meals are carefully arranged, allowing you to fully focus on the journey.

Join us on this incredible adventure, and let the beauty of Nar Phu Valley leave an indelible mark on your memories.


  • Remote and less-traveled trail in the Annapurna region.

  • Rich Tibetan culture and unique lifestyle of Nar and Phu villages.

  • Spectacular views of the Annapurna and Manaslu mountain ranges.

  • Exploration of ancient monasteries and traditional Buddhist practices.

  • Crossing high mountain pass, Kang La Pass.

  • Diverse landscapes, including lush forests, alpine meadows, and barren landscapes.

  • Opportunity to witness the local wildlife and rare Himalayan species.

  • Off-the-beaten-path experience with fewer trekkers compared to other popular routes.

  • Cultural exchange with friendly locals and homestay accommodations

  • Combination of both natural beauty and cultural immersion in one trek.

Nar Phu Valley Trek Route 

Nar Phu Valley trek route takes you off the beaten path, allowing you to explore the hidden gems of the Annapurna region. Starting from the vibrant city of Kathmandu, you'll drive to Besisahar and then begin your trek toward the charming valley of Jagat. 

As you trek, you'll experience the magic of nature and culture, passing through villages like Dharapani, Koto, and Meta. The trail leads you to the stunning Phu Gain and Nar villages, where you'll have the chance to immerse yourself in the local way of life. 

With an optional day hike to Himlung Himal Base Camp, you can witness breathtaking mountain views. The trek also includes acclimatization days, like in Nar, to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Crossing Kang La Pass and visiting places like Nagawal and Muktinath add to the trek's diversity. The adventure ends with a drive back to Kathmandu, leaving you with memories of beautiful landscapes, cultural encounters, and the exhilaration of a truly unique trekking experience.

Why to do 11 Days Nar Phu Valley Trek with NTA?

  • Simple and safe online booking system.

  • Trip postponement services with flexible itineraries.

  • Packages that include transportation (private or public vehicles, as requested by the client).

  • Certified NTA Trek Guide with fluent English

  • Opportunity to immerse yourself in local culture, engaging with traditional villages and communities.

  • Optional day hikes, including Himlung Himal Base Camp, enhance your journey.

  • Well-planned acclimatization days ensure a safe and gradual altitude adaptation.

  • Enjoy breathtaking panoramic Himalayan views, including the Annapurna ranges.

  • Comprehensive support includes accommodation, meals, permits, and logistics.

  • Sustainable tourism practices benefit local communities and economies.

  • Prioritized safety and comfort guarantee a memorable trekking experience.

Nar Phu Valley Trek Package Cost 

We're thrilled to announce that bookings for the Nar Phu Valley Trek for the years 2023 and 2024 are now open. The cost of the Nar Phu Valley Trek is $1550 per person on a group joining basis during the main season.

Our trekking groups are customized to accommodate the unique preferences of each traveler. The Nar Phu Valley Trek package ensures an option for private trek departures as well.

Please Note: For private group sizes ranging from 1 to 5 individuals, the cost of the Nar Phu Valley Trek ranges from $1550 to $1950 per person. Choose a private trek to Nar Phu Valley and enjoy the journey at your own pace, whether you're exploring with friends or family.

The itinerary for the Nar Phu Valley Trek for the years 2023 and 2024 begins upon your arrival in Nepal and concludes at the time of your departure.

Best Season for Nar Phu Valley Trek 11 Days

The best times to go on the Nar Phu Valley trek are during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November). These months have the best weather for trekking, so you can enjoy a beautiful and easy trip. 

In the spring, bright flowers bloom along the trail, making it a beautiful place to walk. Most of the time, the sky is clear, so you can see the beautiful Himalayan peaks and landscapes around them.

In the same way, autumn has mild temperatures, steady weather, and good visibility. This makes it a great time to get into the Nar Phu Valley's unique cultural experiences and beautiful natural scenery. 

Trekking during these times not only makes sure you have a safe and fun trip but also gives you the best chance of making memories that will last a lifetime.

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    You will be received by the company representative at the airport. They will then drop you off at your hotel, where you have a few hours to settle in.

    Once you're all settled, take some time to explore the city. You can check out cool places like Kathmandu's Durbar Square. It's got old temples, small shops, and yummy local food spots in narrow streets. Also, there's Swayambhunath temple, a great spot to see the sunset over the valley and the big Himalayan mountains up north.

    Thamel is a popular place for tourists. You can go there to have your first meal. Lots of restaurants there serve both Western and local Nepali dishes, so you have plenty to choose from.

      On the second day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you will head on a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar. The drive covered a distance of approximately 175 kilometers and took around 6-8 hours. As you left the bustling city behind, the road will led you through picturesque landscapes of rolling hills, lush greenery, and charming villages.

      The view from the window was captivating, with terraced fields and the occasional glimpse of the Himalayan peaks in the distance. The dive was not only about reaching our destination but also about immersing ourselves in the natural beauty and culture of the region. You will feel the excitement building up as you get closer to Besisahar, the starting point of our Nar Phu Valley adventure

      Day's Destination: Besisahar
      Total Distance: Approximately 175 kilometers
      Duration: Around 6-8 hours, including stops
      Highlights: catch glimpses of the picturesque Trishuli River that runs alongside the road, diverse landscapes, and the charming valley of Jagat.

        On the third day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you will drive towards Koto. The trail led us through picturesque landscapes and introduced us to the breathtaking beauty of the region. The drive covered a distance of approximately 50 kilometers and lasted around 4 hours, taking us through picturesque landscapes and offering us glimpses of the stunning mountain scenery.

        As you ventured deeper into the valley, the views became more breathtaking, with high peaks, lush forests, and the glistening waters of the river accompanying us along the way. The road was a mix of twists and turns, providing a sense of adventure and anticipation for what lay ahead. When you arrive in Koto, the friendly people and serene surroundings will welcome you, making it the ideal place to rest and get ready for the next leg of our unforgettable trek.

        Day's Destination: Koto
        Total Distance: Approximately 50kilometers
        Duration: Around 4-6 hours, including stops
        Highlights: high peaks, lush forests, and the glistening waters of the river.

          On the fourth day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you will set off on an exciting trek to reach Meta, a picturesque destination. The day's trek covers a distance of around 10 kilometers and takes about 6-7 hours to complete. The trail offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape as you ascend through lush forests, cross suspension bridges over glistening rivers, and pass charming little villages.

          Along the way, you'll be treated to stunning panoramas of snow-capped peaks and verdant valleys, making every step a delight for the senses. The quaint village of Meta welcomes you with its unique local culture and warm hospitality, providing a perfect resting place to unwind after a rewarding day of trekking.

          Day's Destination: Meta
          Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
          Duration: Around 6-7 hours, including stops
          Highlights: forests, cross suspension bridges over glistening rivers, and pass charming little villages..

            On the fifth day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you will set out on a trek to the charming village of Phu. This part of the journey covers a distance of around 10 kilometers and takes about 6-7 hours to complete. As you hike, you'll be treated to breathtaking views that showcase the pristine beauty of the Himalayan landscapes. The trail winds through lush forests, crosses suspension bridges over glistening rivers, and ascends gradually, offering glimpses of the majestic snow-capped peaks in the distance.

            The tranquility of the surroundings and the ever-changing vistas make this trek an unforgettable experience. Upon reaching the village of Phu, you'll have the chance to immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy the warm hospitality of the villagers. It's a day filled with natural wonders and cultural encounters that truly make the Nar Phu Valley Trek a remarkable journey.

            Day's Destination: Phu
            Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
            Duration: Around 6-7 hours, including stops
            Highlights: suspension bridges over glistening rivers, and ascends.

              On the sixth day of the Nar Phu valley trek, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique culture of Phu Village. Surrounded by stunning landscapes and traditional stone houses, Phu valley offers a glimpse into the lives of the local inhabitants. You can explore the narrow alleys, interact with the friendly locals, and witness their daily routines. 

              Also, for those seeking an extra adventure, an optional day hike to Himlung Himal Base Camp is on the agenda. The hike takes around 5 hours, covering approximately 10 kilometers. The highlight of the day is undoubtedly the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, including Himlung Himal itself. 

              The serene atmosphere and the sense of achievement from reaching the base camp make this day truly memorable. Whether you choose to explore Phu valley or go on the optional hike, this day promises an enriching experience that perfectly blends cultural immersion with natural beauty.

              Day's Destination: Himlung Himal Base Camp
              Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
              Duration: Around 7 to 8 hours, including stops
              Highlights: picturesque valley of Phu Gain, nestled in the mountains

                The seventh day's trek is a challenging yet rewarding route from Phu to Nar. You will cover a total distance of approximately 10 kilometers, and the duration of the trek was around 6-7 hours, including breaks. The highlight of the day is the gradual ascent through picturesque landscapes, passing by traditional villages, terraced fields, and ancient monasteries. The path offered breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks and the surrounding valleys, providing a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural exploration. The welcoming hospitality of the Gurung community in Nar gave trekkers a glimpse into their way of life in the far-off Himalayas.

                Day's Destination: Nar
                Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
                Duration: Around 7 to 8 hours, including stops
                Highlights: breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks and the surrounding valleys and  local Gurung community

                  On the eighth day of the Nar Phu valley trek, you will enjoy a well-deserved acclimatization day at Nar. Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of the Annapurna region, Nar offers a chance to adapt to the high altitudes while relishing the local culture and scenery. You will have the opportunity to explore the village, interact with the warm-hearted locals, and gain insights into their traditional lifestyle. The day may include a leisurely hike to nearby viewpoints that offer panoramic vistas of the towering peaks and verdant valleys. Acclimatization at Nar not only aids in preparing for the challenging altitudes ahead but also provides a glimpse into the unique and enriching cultural tapestry of the region.

                    On the ninth day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you will be on an exciting adventure as you make your way to Ngawal via the stunning Kang La Pass, which stands tall at an impressive altitude of 5,240 meters. The trek will take you through awe-inspiring landscapes and is bound to be quite the experience. You'll hike a considerable distance on this day, but the breathtaking views along the way make it all worth it.

                    Imagine trekking amidst towering mountains and lush valleys, maybe even catching glimpses of local wildlife. The trek might be a bit challenging due to the altitude, but the sense of accomplishment and the jaw-dropping panoramas that await you will make every step worthwhile. Be sure to take your time, stay hydrated, and soak in the majestic beauty of the Kang La Pass and the trek to Ngawal.

                    Day's Destination: Nagwal
                    Duration: Around 6-7 hours, including stops
                    Highlights:  beautiful view of the towering mountain, rivers, beautiful village, and Kang La Pass.

                      On the tenth day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, we set out on an exciting adventure. Our journey began with a picturesque trek to Pisang, which took us through breathtaking landscapes and charming villages. The trail covered a distance of around 10 kilometers and lasted for about 5–6 hours, giving us ample time to soak in the beauty around us. Along the way, you will be treated to stunning views of towering mountains, lush forests, and the gentle flow of the Marsyangdi River.

                      After reaching Pisang, you will continue your journey with a scenic drive to Besisahar. This part of the trip allowed us to witness the changing terrain as we transitioned from the mountains to more cultivated areas. The day was a perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural experiences, making it a memorable highlight of the Nar Phu Valley Trek.

                      Day's Destination: Nar
                      Total Distance: Approximately 10 kilometers
                      Duration: Around 5-6 hours, including stops
                      Highlights: towering mountains, lush forests, and the gentle flow of the Marsyangdi River .

                        On the eleventh day of the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you will drive back to Kathmandu, marking the end of our amazing adventure. The trail covered a distance of around 12 kilometers and took us about 6–7 hours to complete.  The drive back to Kathmandu allowed us to reflect on the incredible memories that you have gathered during our time in the Nar Phu Valley, a hidden gem nestled in the heart of the Himalayas.

                        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)
                        • 9 Nights in Local Tea Houses (Twin Sharing Basis)

                        Trekking Permits

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

                        Pivate Transportation Services

                        • Kathmandu to Besisahar by local bus/jeep
                        • Besisahar to Koto by local bus/jeep
                        • Pisang to Besisahar by local bus/jeep
                        • Besisahar to Kathmandu by local bus/jeep

                        Food Services

                        • 10 days of Breakfast: Local and Continental Choicefrom Tea House Menu
                        • 11 days of Lunch: Simple and Light Lunch in Tea houses
                        • 10 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

                        • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
                        • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
                        • Extra-day expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary 
                        • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, hot shower, electronic battery recharges, and WiFi
                        • All other expenses not included in the cost includes list.
                        • Travel Insurance: It must be covered for both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.

                        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.

                        Select a Trip DateSmall Group Departure
                        Start DateStart: TuesdayJul 23, 2024End DateEnd: FridayAug 02, 2024PricePriceUS $1550StatusStatusGuaranteed
                        Start DateStart: TuesdayJul 30, 2024End DateEnd: FridayAug 09, 2024PricePriceUS $1550StatusStatusGuaranteed

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                        Private & Group Discount Price
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                        7 - 10 pax
                        1 Travelers x US $1950TotalUS $1950(No additional taxes or booking fees)


                        When it comes to staying in Nar Phu Valley during your trek, you'll find cozy and humble accommodations that perfectly blend with the natural beauty around you. The lodges and guesthouses here might be basic, but they offer a warm and friendly atmosphere that's truly inviting.

                        You can expect comfortable beds, clean rooms, and simple facilities that cater to trekkers' needs. While the amenities might not be luxurious, the breathtaking views and the experience of being surrounded by the stunning Himalayan landscape make up for it. 


                        During the Nar Phu Valley Trek, you're in for a delightful food adventure. The trek treats you to a variety of delicious meals that give you the energy to explore the stunning landscapes. You'll savor hearty dishes like dal bhat (lentil soup with rice), momos (dumplings filled with meat or veggies), and thukpa (noodle soup).

                        These meals not only warm you up but also provide the nutrients you need for the journey. The local flavors and ingredients used in the food make every meal a delightful experience, and sharing these meals with fellow trekkers and locals adds a sense of camaraderie to your adventure. 


                        The Nar Phu Valley Trek is a wonderful adventure, but it's important to know that it can be moderately difficult. The trail takes you through remote and rugged terrain with steep ascents and descents, high altitudes, and unpredictable weather. This means you'll need a good level of physical fitness and some hiking experience to tackle the trek comfortably.

                        The rewards, though, are absolutely worth it: stunning landscapes, unique cultural experiences with local communities, and a sense of accomplishment that comes from conquering the difficulties of the journey. Just be prepared for a demanding but incredibly fulfilling trekking experience in the Nar Phu Valley.

                        Travel Insurance 

                        Travel insurance is like a safety net for your Nar Phu Valley Trek adventure. It's like having a trustworthy friend along for the journey, offering you protection and peace of mind. Imagine if unexpected things pop up, like flight delays, medical needs, or even lost baggage.

                        That– that's where travel insurance steps in to save the day. It's like having a backup plan that ensures you can enjoy the breathtaking landscapimmerse yourselferse in the local culture, and explore without worries.

                        So, before you lace up those hiking boots and set off on your Nar Phu Valley Trek, consider getting travel insurance to make sure you're covered and can focus on creating amazing memories without any stress.


                        First off, you'll need an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP), which helps maintain and protect the natural beauty of the region. This permit allows you to enter the conservation area and enjoy the stunning landscapes.

                        Additionally, you'll need a Nar Phu Restricted Area Permit, as the Nar and Phu villages are considered restricted areas to preserve their unique culture and environment. These permits might sound a bit official, but they're basically like tickets that show you're allowed to explore these beautiful places.

                        You will also need a  TIMS card. It's a way to make sure everyone enjoys the trek while also taking care of the surroundings and local communities.

                        Packing Lists


                        • Lightweight and moisture-wicking hiking shirts

                        • Long-sleeve shirts for sun protection

                        • an insulated jacket or fleece for warmth

                        • Waterproof and windproof jacket

                        • Hiking pants and/or convertible pants

                        • Thermal underwear or base layers

                        • Hiking socks and liners

                        • Gloves and a warm hat

                        • Sun hat or cap with a neck cover


                        • Sturdy and comfortable hiking boots

                        • Lightweight and comfortable camp shoes or sandals


                        • Backpack

                        • Sleeping bag suitable for cold weather

                        • Sleeping pad or mat

                        • Trekking poles for stability

                        • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries

                        • Sunglasses with UV protection

                        • Water bottles or hydration system

                        • Snacks and energy bars

                        • Personal first aid kit and medications

                        • Insect repellent and sunscreen

                        • Quick-dry towel


                        • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

                        • Power bank or portable charger

                        • Travel adapter and charging cables

                        • Personal identification and necessary permits


                        • Toothbrush and toothpaste

                        • Biodegradable soap and shampoo

                        • Toilet paper or tissues

                        • Hand sanitizer


                        • Cash in local currency

                        • Trekking map or guidebook

                        • Ziplock bags or dry bags for waterproofing

                        • Lightweight and quick-dry clothing for sleeping

                        • Personal entertainment (book, journal, etc.)

                        Remember that the specific items you'll need can vary based on the time of year, your personal preferences, and the duration of your trek. Be sure to check the weather forecast and local regulations before packing.

                        Important Notes

                        Here are some important notes to consider for the Nar Phu Valley Trek:

                        • Obtain the required permits: ACAP and Restricted Area Permit for Nar Phu Valley.

                        • Consider hiring local guides and porters to assist with navigation and carrying.

                        • Prepare for high altitudes and acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness.

                        • Ensure a moderate to high level of fitness due to challenging terrain.

                        • Pack layers for unpredictable weather conditions.

                        • Limited teahouse accommodations available, bring a sleeping bag.

                        • Carry enough snacks, water, and essential supplies.

                        • Communication may be limited; satellite phone recommended for emergencies.

                        • Bring sufficient cash, as ATMs are not available on the trail.

                        • Pack basic medical kit and personal medications.

                        • Respect local customs and ask before taking photos.

                        • Keep your pack's weight low by carrying only essentials.

                        • Choose spring (March-May) or autumn (September-November) for best trekking seasons.

                        • Be prepared for rugged trail conditions, river crossings, and steep terrain.

                        • Know emergency procedures and rescue contact details.

                        • Obtain comprehensive travel and trekking insurance.

                        • Practice Leave No Trace principles to minimize environmental impact.

                        • Interact respectfully with locals and take interest in their culture.

                        Frequently Asked Questions

                        • Q1. What is the Nar Phu Valley Trek?

                          The Nar Phu Valley Trek is a beautiful 15 days Himalayan trekking route in Nepal, known for its remote villages, stunning landscapes, and unique culture.

                        • The trek is moderately challenging, with some steep ascents and descents. A good level of fitness and some trekking experience is recommended.

                        • The trek usually takes around 10–15 days, depending on the route and your pace

                        • Yes, you need both an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and a Restricted Area Permit along with TIMS card for Nar Phu Valley Trek. These permits can be arranged through a trekking agency.

                        • The best times are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the weather is generally clear and the views are spectacular.

                        • The highest point on the trek is Kang La Pass, at around 5,320 meters (17,450 feet).

                        • There are basic tea houses along the route, so you don't need to carry camping gear. However, facilities might be more basic compared to popular trekking areas.

                        • Accommodation is simple but comfortable in the tea houses, with basic amenities such as beds and shared bathrooms.

                        • Technically, solo trekking is not allowed in Nar Phu Valley. You need to go with a registered guide or as part of an organized group.

                        • Pack warm clothing, sturdy trekking boots, a good backpack, a sleeping bag, layers for changing weather, a first aid kit, and essential personal items.

                        • Yes, altitude sickness can be a risk, especially at higher altitudes. Acclimatization days are built into the trek to help you adjust.

                        • Yes, travel insurance is highly recommended to cover potential medical expenses, trip cancellations, and unforeseen events.

                        What Our Clients Say
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                          SamUnited States,August 07, 2023

                          Nar Phu Valley Trek with group

                          What an incredible journey the Nar Phu Valley Trek turned out to be! I decided to go on this adventure with a group of friends, and what we saw and experienced completely blew us away. The landscapes were straight out of a movie, and every step felt like an achievement. Kang La Pass was the ultimate test of our endurance, but when we reached the top, we felt on top of the world. The traditional villages we passed through were charming, and we got to interact with locals who shared stories of their lives. The tea houses were cozy, and the food was surprisingly tasty given the remote locations. Our guide was not just helpful but also shared interesting anecdotes about the region. Thanks, NTA, for the support.

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                          Mark WebUnited States,August 04, 2023

                          8-day trek to Nar Phu Valley

                          I recently completed the 8-day trek to Nar Phu Valley, and I must say, it was an emotional journey. The serene beauty of the valley was truly awe-inspiring. The trek took us through some remote villages where life seemed unchanged for centuries. It was a humbling experience to connect with the locals and learn about their simple yet meaningful way of life. The trails were sometimes tough, especially as we gained altitude, but the stunning views kept us going. Crossing the Kang La Pass was a personal triumph, and the panorama from the top was like a dream. The accommodations were basic but comfortable, and the simplicity added to the overall experience. The guides were not just knowledgeable about the trek but also about the cultural nuances of the region. This trek is not just about physical challenges; it's about introspection and finding a deeper connection with nature and oneself. Thanks, NTA, and highly recommended.


                        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
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                        • 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.

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