Nar and Phu trek 17 days

NarPhu Region in north-east Manang district are among the most exciting destinations in Nepal. Only opened by the government to trekkers in 2002, this area, with its dramatic landscape of rock and ridge, river and snow peak, has seen only the tiniest number of tourists - usually mountaineers - compared with any other trekking area in Nepal. The inhabitants of these villages live on the edge - a few days' walk away from the next village in Tibet and in Manang, they are extraordinarily self-sufficient, coaxing out of the harsh landscape one crop a year of tending to their precious yak.

Detail itinerary Program

Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m) Transfert to Hotel

Day 02

free day in Kathmandu

Day 03

Kathmandu to Besisahar start to make the bus journey around 7 hours to Besi Sahar (850m),

Day 04

Besishar to Ngadi (914 m)

Day 05

Ngadi to Jagat(1314 m)

Day 06

Jagat to Dharapani (1943 m)

Day 07

Dharapani to Koto 2,640 m

Day 08

Koto to Meta (3,300)

Day 09

Meta to Kyang 3,720 m

Day 10

Kyang to Phu 4,050 m

Day 11

Phu to Nar 4,150 m

Day 12

Nar Pass to Ngawal 3,650 m

Day 13

Ngawal to Manang 3,540 m

Day 14

Manang to yak kharka 4090m

Day 15

yak kharka to Throng Height Camp 5,416m

Day 16

Throng Height Camp to Thorong La 5,416 m , Muktinath 3,802 m Distance 13 kilometres
Day 17 Mukthiath to Jomosom (2715m) 6 hrs
Day 18 Jomosom to Fly Pokhara
Day 19 Leaving Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus, return in same Hotel.
Day 20 Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 21 Transfer to airport 3h before your plane departure
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