Starting from Besisahar, the trail branches off the famous Annapurna circuit into the off-the-beaten-track to Nar Phu valley. At first, you walk along the uphill trail to Chamje and follow the fine trail through the pine forests to Koto via Dharapani. Then, you follow a trail that traces up and down alongside several streams to reach Phu village via Meta. After exploring the beauty and culture of Phu village, you hit the trail to Nar village. During the last couple of days, you walk through beautiful meadows of Nar valley to reach Kang La Pass and walk up to Pisang before you catch a bus for your return drive.
Trekking in the Nar Phu Valley requires a special restricted area permit along with Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permit. The lodges are comfortable and quite neat and clean. The temperature is moderate and perfect for the journey during spring (March-May) and autumn (Oct-Nov) and offers you a clear view of mountains. However, the Himalayan highland is painted best in colors of green meadows and beautiful flowers in the rainy season. Besides, it is also the festive period of the Himalayan people.
The trek overwhelms you with the incredible landscapes, mighty waterfalls, delightfully clear and bright streams, colorful Himalayan flowers, vast pasturelands filled with yaks and horses, and the magnificent view of snow-capped mountain peaks such as Pisang, Himlung, Annapurna, and Manaslu. Nar Phu valley is inhabited by people of Tibetan origin and is home to many ancient Buddhist monasteries.
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