This journey with trekking to the valleys of Nar and Phu is the ultimate journey for those looking for authenticity. It is recommended for those who already saw the capital Kathmandu and are not too fond of luxury.
Through a Himalayan trek from lodge to lodge, you will explore the remote, rugged valleys of Nar and Phu. This region is only open to tourists from 2003, and since then no flattened route.
We leave in Koto, a village on the Annapurna Circuit. There we travel through forests, rocky paths, cliffs, villages and countless Buddhist chortens to the valleys of Nar and Phu, both villages located at an altitude of around 4000m.
It is an adventurous trek where an introduction to “the real Nepal” is assured. The crossing of the Kangla pass (5320m) completes it completely. The last 2 days we walk along the Annapurna Circuit.
You will spend the night in hikers’ lodges with minimum comfort and once in a Buddhist monastery. Experience in mountain hiking is not required, but good health and fitness is necessary.
At the start and end of the journey, the royal cities of Patan and Bhaktapur are discussed.
During this trip you are assured of a lot of nature and a touch of culture.
You choose whether you want a carrier for your luggage during the trek or not (price is stated separately).