Narphu Valley Trek

Triund Trek

Narphu Valley Trek Booking



North of Koto Village and way to Manang there we can find desolate valleys of Nar & Phoo, where few have been before. Close to the Tibetan frontier and restricted to the foreigners, it has been recently opened by Nepalese Government under the new regulations. So what we did last time we repeat it again – visiting these unfrequented valleys.

Still foreigners are the strangers to the locals; you can feel the innocent stare of eyes to everybody passing nearby. The recent changes happen as the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) now confines the Valleys of Nar & Phoo. Special permit has to be obtained to trek here and you’ll find your plans a worth to visit the place when you see much of things are pristine and far from the frequently visited places, it’s great to be there.
Facts Of The Trek

Trek Grade
Group Size
Max. Altitude


Nar/Phu & Kangla Pass (5315m) & Thorong La pass (5416m)
Min -1
On Request
5315m. and 5416m.
Spring & Autumn.
Lodge / Tented
16 Days

Itinerary In Details

Day 01

Kathmandu – Beshishahar

Day 02


Day 03

Ngadi – Jagat

Day 04

Jagat- Dharapani

Day 05


Day 06

Kodo – Dharmashala

Day 07


Day 08

Khayang – Phu

Day 09

Phou -Kharyang

Day 10

Kharyang – Nar (you can see Pisang and Kangaru Peaks from Nar)

Day 11

Nar – Nawal (Kharang-La Pass)

Day 12

Nawal – Bhargra

Day 13

Bhargra – Manang.

Day 14

Manang – Humde

Day 15

Humde – Pokhara (Fly back)

Day 16

Pokhara – Kathmandu

Cost Per Person: (N/A) Click here for for further details.
Price Includes
National Park entry permit
Trekking permit
Land transportation to and fro
Accommodation in lodges during the trek
Food: three meals a day
A guide & required number of porter (s)
Essential equipment.
Price Excludes
Personal expenses
Emergency evacuation by Helicopter
Alternative transportation in case of heavy rain, landslide, strike and road blockade etc.