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The Nar-phu valley trek is meant for those travelers who want to experience the most remote Himalayas or the world generally known “The Forbidden Kingdom”. This valley of Nar-phu is the last standing remains of ancient forbidden kingdom of Tibet later found in Nepal. This region is also called as “The Little Tibet” and is one of the un-touched and unspoiled region from outside world. The Nar and Phu are two antique valleys of Himalayan region that are recently opened for tourists incorporated of dynamite districts of ethnically Tibetans tenants living the traditional city of Lo-Manthang. This traditional city of Lo-Manthang is the capital of antique Forbidden Kingdom. This trekking adventure unites high hills and passes, ice valleys, remote towns, restricted canyons, dazzling wilds, stunning rocky establishments, yaks, gompas and exceptional Himalayan societies. Trekking to the standard Annapurna circuit, the extension driving over the Maryland River to the precarious gateways of the Nar-Phu valley framework is barely noticeable, yet in spite of the fact that the doors is tight and forested, the valley framework above opens up to a gigantic territory of high snow-crests, old towns and high elevation settlements.
Shut to trekkers until late 2002, not very many westerners have investigated these untouched towns and travel over the 7000-meters hills encompassing this forbidden valley. The travelers will wander into the remote district of Upper Manang. The Nar and Phu valley is incorporated of remote, untouched and fascinating towns of the Tibetan Buddhist world. Buddhist pioneers from around the world travel towards the Phu Valley to visit the famous Tashi Lha Khang religious community and get a gift from Lama Karma Sonam Rinpochhe. Alongside investing a lot of energy at these vivid and ageless towns travelers encounters the high elevated valleys above Phu known as Himlung base camp while crossing the High Pass known as Kang La Lass from Nar to Ngwal towards the Mount Pisang course diving into the Annapurna circuit trail. The travelers not only cross the Kang La Lass of 5315-meters they also travel west over the Thorong La pass of 5416-meter and down through lower Mustang where travelers will spend a couple Day investigating before making for Jomsom to fly back to Pokhara airport and Kathmandu international airport.
Day 01: Upon arrival in Kathmandu international airport, transfer to the hotel. Orientation of the
trip. O/n at hotel in Kathmandu
Day 02: Drive to Khudi via Beshisahar (800meter). O/ n at mountain lodge.
Day 03: Khudi to Chamje (1430m). Overnight in camp.
Day 04: Chamje to Dharapani(1920m). Overnight in camp.
Day 05: Dharapani to Koto (2600m). Overnight in camp.
Day 06: Koto to Dharmasala (3230m). Overnight in camp.
Day 07: Dharmasala to Kayang (3740m). Overnight in camp
Day 08: Kayang to Phu Village (4050m). Overnight in camp.
Day 09: Excursion around Phu valley. Overnight in camp.
Day 10: Phu valley to Junam(3550m). Overnight in camp.
Day 11: Junam to Nar Village (4150m). Overnight in camp.
Day 12: Explore Nar Village. Overnight in camp.
Day 13: Nar Village to Ngwal (3675m). Overnight in camp.
Day 14: Ngwal to Kang – La pass (5315m). Overnight in camp.
Day 15: Kang – La pass to Manang (3550m). Overnight in camp.
Day 16: Manang to Lettdar (4250m). Overnight in camp.
Day 17: Lettdar to Thorong high camp (4800m). Overnight in camp.
Day 18: Thorong high camp to Muktinath(3800m). Overnight in camp.
Day 19: Muktinath to Jomsom (2713m) via Kagbeni (2895m). Overnight at mountain lodge.
Day 20: Fly to Pokhara. Overnight at hotel in Pokhara.
Day 21: Drive to Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 22: Transfer to Kathmandu international airport for your onward journey