Narphu Vally Trekking lead to hidden valley, the Nar-Phu, above the tree line on the upper limits of cultivation, in the very north of Manang district. It takes five hours reaching the pass that links Nar with Manang and three other Bhotia village in the Nyershang down valley. People in Nar phu valley depend on livestock.
Early people used to salt trading with Tibet, but later Nepal Government close border with Tibet. The tortuous path leading from the valley into Tibet had never made them dependent on the salt trade, and till todayyak herding is the basis of their livelihood.
Apart from the odd researcher and climbing expeditions permitted to climb Him lung, Ratnachuli and Gachikang, few foreigners has visited the area and tourism infrastructure is almost non-existent. Since Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) recently extended its network to include Nar and Phu Valley, it is preparing a suitable tourism development plan at the request of the government for undiscovered valley.
Day 01: Arrival, transfer hotel
Day 02: Full daysightseeing Kathmandu valley
Day 03: Drive to Besisahar 823m.& Khudiand
Day 04: Bahundanda 1311m
Day 05: Chamche
Day 06: Dharapani
Day 07: Koto 2700m.
Day 08: Dharmasala 2800m.
Day 09: Meta
Day 10: Junum
Day 11: Phu 3000m.
Day 12: Rest dayat Phu, camp
Day 13: Hike around Phu valley, camp
Day 14: Nar village
Day 15: Dharmasala
Day 16: Koto and Chame 2713m.
Day 17: Pisang 3185m.
Day 18: Manang 3351m.
Day 19: Manang – dayhiking
Day 20: Manang – Thorong Phedi 4500m.
Day 21: Thorong La Pass 5416m. – Muktinath 3800m.camping
Day 22: Jomsom 2700m.
Day 23: Flight Jomsom – Pokhara, city sightseeing
Day 24: Fly to Kathmandu, half daysightseeing
Day 24: Kathmandu free day.
Day 25: Depature, transfer airport