Narphu Village Trekking Nowadays, Nar Phu the population about 300 inhabitants who depend on livestock, unlike most Bhotia people, whose trading patterns changed drastically after the Nepali Government closed borders with Tibet, the people of Nar and Phu valley were least affected by this change. The tortuous path leading from the valley into Tibet had never made them dependent on the salt trade, and till today yak herding is the basis of their livelihood.
Besides the Kangla linking Nar to the Nyeshang valley, the most direct route from Kathmandu to Nar and Phu is along the Marshyangdi River. Travelers trek through the Himalayan foothills and round the eastern end of the Annapurna before they arrive at Qupar, a police check post half and hour before Chame, Manang’s district headquarters. From here a long and steep trail winds up to Nar and Phu whose villagers, laden with goods purchased in Chame and even lower down in Besi Shahar, the end of the road head leading to Manang, often camp at Dharmashala, Government of Nepal permitted to climb Mt. Kang Guru, Mt. Himlung, Mt. Ratna Chuli and Mt. Gyajing Kang, few foreigners has visited the area and tourism infrastructure is almost non-existent. Since Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) recently extended its network to include Nar and Phu Valley, it is preparing a suitable tourism development plan at the request of the government for undiscovered valley.
Trip Fact Sheet of Naar and Phu via Kang La Trek
|Trip duration -24 Days||Trek Duration – 24 Days||Max. Altitude – 3210 m|
|Group Size –Min-2||Starting From – Bhulbhule||Trek End – Jomsom|
|Grade- Moderate||Transportation – Drive and Fly||Type –Tea House/Home stay/Camping (it is needed to take a tent)|
|Attraction of the trek -Fully Organic Trek||Himalayan Sights –||Culture – Tibetan culture, Bon and Hindu culture , Buddhism|
|Activity – Trekking and Cultural excursion , Pilgrims Tour, Heritage rail||Highlights of trip -Annapurna Himalayan Range||Date: March to June / September to December|
|Trip cost does not includes|
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|Naar And Phu via Kang La Trek- Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQs) – Eco Holiday Asia|
FAQ 1 : Do I need to Pay in Advance ?
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FAQ 2 : Can I cancel my Booking ?
Yes, you have full right to cancel you booking ( Individual ) 36 hours before of programme dates , In the case of Group booking you must have to inform us before 1 week of program date.
FAQ 3 : We are Old people, can we trek ?
Ofcourse you can , we have special arrangement for senior citizens , you can go by horse riding or trek and drive.
FAQ 3 : Can we take horse riding during trip?
Yes you can.
FAQ 4 : Do I need to Give any Private Information like Credit Card Details or Bank Details when i booked with company ?
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FAQ 5 : Do I need to pay extra charges or Do you charge me extra when I arrived at destination?
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FAQ 6 : How about group Size of your tour?
We aimed to provide quality service in affordable cost . in a tour our maximum size of group is 15 person a group and on trekking 10 person a group .
FAQ 7 : How secure we are ?
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