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Unknown Naar Phu Trek

The hidden valleys of Naar and Phu- Remote trekking - The Challenge of crossing the Kang La - Snow Leopard Country

Secret Himalayas - Naar Phu

The hidden valleys of Naar and Phu are a restricted area and to enter this 'lost' Himalayan Kingdom requires special permits (we take care of these for you). That this and the total absence of teahouses deters most trekkers is a blessing and thankfully very people undertake this true Himalayan Connoisseurs trek into the remote, isolated mountain area where a distinctly Tibetan way of life is preserved. That some hard trekking is also required helps maintain a sense of discovery and exclusivity on this very, very special journey on foot to a very 'off the beaten track' part of Nepal. Here the local way of life is by and large unchanged, with many families still migrating to temporary winter settlements to graze their yaks, and trade across the border with Tibet. Reaching Naar is possibly the romantic idyll of Himalayan life and culture, seemingly a 'shangri la' of snow covered mountains, colourful fields and picturesque traditional homes. The challenge of crossing the Kang La adds to the nature of the adventure. For the experienced, strong walker this is a very, very special trek. In fact it is far, far more than just a trek. Don't forget our trekking holidays are tailor-made and whilst this itinerary includes an acclimatisation day and a controlled rate of ascent, you can always have more rest, acclimatisation and even contingency days added. The itinerary is merely a suggested itinerary and is  not entirely  'set in stone'. Sleeping bags (4 season) will be required for nights spent camping and in the trekking lodge. We can arrange sleeping bag  rental if required.

16 Days -  Challenging - Max altitude 5320m - 12 days walking- 2nts Hotels - 12nts Camping - 1nt Trekking Lodge




The price shown is for guideline purposes.The price is inclusive of all accommodation described in the detailed itinerary, (note trekking lodges may only provide dorm style accommodation and twin share private rooms may not be possible), all airport and land transfers,  private overland travel, a full trek service including all camping equipment (except sleeping bags) meals as indicated in the itinerary, porterage on trek, permits & fees & an english-speaking guide.

B = Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner

Day 1 - Arrive Kathmandu


Day 2 - Drive to Dharapani


Day 3 - Walk to Koto


Day 4 - Up the Naar Phu Khola Valley


Day 5 - Onwards to Metha


Day 6 - A shorter walk to Kyang


Day 7 - To Phu


Day 8 - Acclimatisation Day/Phu Exploration


Day 9 - Down to Juman Goth


Day 10- Up to Naar


Day 11 - To the foot of the Kang La


Day 12 - Across the Kang La


Day 13 - Return to Koto


Day 14 - Down to Tal


Day 15 - Overland to Kathmandu


Day 16 - Depart Nepal


Don't forget, this trek can be customised


See this example itinerary in detail here


Price Guide

£ GBP 2468

$ US 3197

Click here for more information about prices Detailed Itinerary All Classic Nepal Treks

 EUR 2857

All meals on trek included

Map of trekking route to Naar & Phu via Kang La Trip Image Gallery All Annapurna Trips

Example Itinerary Overview

Departures Information Prices per person displayed are for guide line purposes only. Please contact us for a personal quotation. Factors such as the size of your party, seasonality, international exchange rates, tailor made options and final itinerary chosen etc will affect the price. For more info-see the “more information about prices” link below. tailor made nepal holidays & custom bhutan vacations Snow Cat Travel

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