Nar Phu valley trek takes you to the remote towns of Manag area in Nepal. On the off chance that you are amped up for making a trip to remote Nepal and investigating the unblemished way of life and culture, at that point you can go for this one. You will stroll along the Annapurna trail that takes you to the remote towns Nar and Phu. The towns are together called Nar Phu valley and the valley is additionally called concealed valley as it lies in the most remote piece of Manang. One of the intriguing sights would be the extraordinary divider that isolates the Phu Valley. You will get into the town through the passage door.
The trek pursues a for the most part thin and plain trail. Now and again you will scale fragile, sheer precipices, or scree inclines that dive into a chasm of icy waterway downpours. At different occasions, the course dives into huge crevasses or snakes along the angry seething water of Nar Khola. Most days are between 8-10 hours and you will feel the height after the principal day’s trek from Koto (2600m) to Meta (3530m). Throughout the following couple of days the elevation keeps on rising consistently (Phu – 4070m, Nar – 4180m, Kang La Pass – 5320m).
In any case, those with an inquisitive and bold soul will be remunerated. You will stroll through canyons of amazing magnitude and wonder about Himalayan vistas that are just personality blowing. You will investigate overlooked kingdoms diminished to disintegrating stone, concealed towns lost in time, and put in a night in Nar Phedi Gompa – a functioning religious community roosted on a solitary mountain, somewhere inside the valley. Basically, you will encounter a lifestyle that is rapidly vanishing and an amazing experience.
February to May, September – November are the best seasons. Dec and January are Winter and cool can be snow on the trail, June, July and August are blustery time, trekking should be possible however perceivability can be poor because of rain..