Opened for trekking activity since 2002, very few visitors have explored these virtually remote villages or climbed the many 7000 meter peaks surrounding them. The trek through the Nar & Phu valleys combines high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, monasteries and unique ethnically Tibetan cultures.
Drive to Starting from Besisahar and continue drive to Koto, then trek quickly finds the route into the remote Nar & Phu valleys. You will get the chance to hang out with locals in Phu in their daily activities, while passing colorful Tibetan chortens and prayer stones into deep canyons and gorges. You will spend a night in the monastery situated in the base Nar. You will have a great opportunity to learn about life deep gorge of Nepal. Another opportunity is to hike to Himlung Himal Base Camp as an optional trip.
During the rest of the days of your trek takes you over the challenging crossing Kang La Pass, and then trek down toward beautiful Ngawal village, a popular stop of major route of Annapurna Circuit and it will, give you a chance to enjoy actual home-based reliefs. Definitely, you will return to the green surrounding and fertile land on the last stretch, come back to Kathmandu.
Day 1 Arrive Kathamdnu
Day 2 Apply for Trekking Permit, Half day sightseeing and preparation for trekking
Day 3 Drive from Kathmandu via Besisahar to Koto 2,600m; approx. 8 hours
Day 4 Trek to Meta 3,560m; approx. 7 hours
Day 5 Trek to Phu 4,080m; approx. 7 hours
Day 6 Acclimatisation day in Phu; side trip to Himlung Base Camp (4,800m)
Day 7 Trek to Nar Phedi, overnight stay in monastery 3,490m; approx. 6 hours
Day 8 Trek to Nar Village 4,110m; approx. 3 hours
Day 9 Trek via Kang La Pass (5,240m) to Ngawal. 3,650m; approx. 8 hours
Day 10 Trek to Pisang (3,200m; approx. 3 hours) and drive to Besisahar approx. 4 hours
Day 11 Return to Kathmandu approx. 5 hours
Day 12 Sightseeing in Bhaktapur CIty
Day 13; Fly back home