The Nar and Phu valleys are an as of late opened, amazing region home to ethnically unique tenants. This is a trek that joins high apexes and passes, frosty masses, remote towns, high stature brushing settlements, confined crevasse, staggering forests, shocking rock improvements, yaks, Gompas and novel Himalayan social orders. A multi-day walk around the Tibetan periphery, this spellbinding region has been Closed to trekkers until late 2002. Not a lot of westerners have examined these basically flawless towns. The Phu is a wonderful medieval town where you can get some answers concerning their social inheritance and way of life while taking in the dazzling scene.
This trek is ideal for the individuals who need to find a virgin region where individuals cooperative with nature and immaculate by modernization. While trekking, you will entrance with stupendous perspectives of the Annapurna massif, Lamjung Himal, Machhapuchhre Himal, Manaslu Himal, Dhaulagiri range and Tilicho top. Nar Phu Valley Trek is prescribed for the individuals who need to do Annapurna circuit trek and also to investigate an immaculate valley of Nar and Phu in the meantime. The real features of Nar and Phu Valley Trek is lovely timberlands, great shake developments, yaks touching sight, Buddhist Monasteries, Kang La Pass and special Himalayan societies.
Trekking to Nar and Phu Valley starts from Besisahar following the mainstream trail of Annapurna Circuit and after that forks from Koto to pursue the off-the-beaten track to Nar and Phu towns in the north of Manang and pass the Kang La go with the sublime scene of Annapurna massifs. The Kang La high pass associates Nar town with Manang and three other Bhotia towns in the Neyshang valley.
In the wake of visiting Nar and Phu Valley we set out toward the west bearing over the Thorong La Pass and afterward stroll down through lower Mustang until the point when we reach Jomsom. From Jomsom, we fly back to Pokhara and following day we drive back to Kathmandu and finish up our excursion.