Formerly restricted areas, the villages of Nar and Phu, the northernmost outposts of Manang district, were recently opened to tourists by the Nepali government. Intrepid travelers will be setting foot where few foreigners have ventured and witness an unchanged pastoral lifestyle, ruins of Khampa settlements, and rugged trans-Himalayan terrain. The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) is working with villagers to promote sustainable tourism here. Trekkers can fly into Humde airport in Manang, complete the Nar Phu trek, and fly out. Individuals with more time on hand can trek into Manang (an additional four days), visit Nar and Phu and fly out. Another possibility is to extend your trek to Tilicho, Nepal’s highest lake or continue to cross the Thorong Pass (5400m) into the neighbouring district of Jomsom.

Trip Overview

Primary Activity: Camp Trekking
Duratoin: 24 Days Trip Code: NPT
Trip Grade Moderate Max-Altitude: 5416M Thorong Pass
Meals: 3 Times Meals during Trek Every Day Accomodation: Tents during trip & 3 star hotels in kathmandu
Group size: Maximum 5 Pax Transportation: Vehicle
Arrival on: Kathmandu Departure from: Kathmandu
Route: Besisahar-Chemje-Dharapani-Methang-Nar-Khangla pass-Thorong la pass-Tatopani-Ghorepani-pokhara-Kathm
Departers Dates 2018 / 2019
Best Session March-April,Septembe
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