Nar Phu Valley Trek
Posted by Treks in Nepal on November 27th, 2018
Nar Phu Valley Trek is slightest visited trekking zone of Nepal. Narphu valley trekking recently opened out of the way trekking trail of Annapurna trekking region. A one of a kind trekking, kindly don't missed a social ordeal of Nar Phu valley. These valleys are home to Tibetan occupants, wealthy in culture, un-climbed pinnacles and couple of trekkers. This region has an era of immaculate magnificence. You will encounter Tibetan culture as well as this trek has it every single, high pinnacle and passes, icy masses, remote towns, restricted gulches, stunning woodlands and astounding rock arrangements.
The Nar Phu Valley is a shrouded pearl inside the greatest protection zone; Annapurna Conservation Area and the neighbor of the most swarmed trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek. Nar Phu Trek is an incredible voyage to the confined and unexplored place that is known for Himalaya in the Annapurna Region. The Nar and Phu town is the home of the Bhotia people group and furthermore called the lost valley in Annapurna Himalaya region. These people group are identified with the Tibetan people group due to the comparative social and conventions they pursue. Additionally, this two shrouded valley situated in the north piece of Annapurna Himalaya.
The adventure begins with a drive from Kathmandu over the Lamjung parkway to achieve Bhulbhule. We stop at Chyamje and start our trekking, experiencing Koto and Meta before we achieve Phu town. In Phu town, we visit the famous Tashi Lakhang Monastery which is recorded in the 108 best religious communities of the world. from this place, we walk further through the moraine towards Nar Village, joined by Lamjung Himal, Tilicho, Annapurna and numerous others. On intersection the Kang La Pass, we will return by means of the Annapurna circuit trek course. Following the trail, we will cross the world acclaimed Thorong La Pass and Muktinath, situated in the lower Mustang region. At last, our adventure closes after a picturesque departure from Jomsom to Pokhara.