Nar Phu Village
Nar Phu Village is the of the Annapurna region with the combination of two beautiful villages Nar and Phu. A trail to these beautiful villages is remote spiraling off from the popular Annapurna circuit trek. The trek is largely untouched by the modern world and mass tourism and often referred to as the hidden valley trek. The people in these valleys have remained isolated from the Manang Valley folk for a generation. The trek is a fantastic trip to the wild. It offers off-the-beaten-trail wilderness experience in the Annapurna region. This trek combines high passes and peaks, glaciers, isolated villages, narrow gorges, breathtaking rock formation, and unique Tibetan culture. The route is peppered with undisturbed religious sites and villages of Tibetan heritage. This place is rich in the hidden treasure of Nepalese culture and traditions. We will have an opportunity to know about the lifestyle, tradition, and culture of the Gurung people which are the local inhabitant in this route. Very few foreigners have explored these virtually untouched villages or climbed by many peaks available. You should have physically fit and fine for doing this trekking.
Nar Phu Village is the combination of cultural and scenic delight throughout the trail. Nar Phu Valley Trekking, The remote and rugged trail offers challenging and exhilarating trekking experience for adventure enthusiasts. They have not been able to get out of the social clutch and the valley that surrounded them. It offers fantastic views of the Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, Lamjung Himal, and Tilicho peak where we will have an opportunity to see the wonderful views of the beautiful landscapes, small Gurung village, and old monastery and monument of this wonderful land. This adventurous trek passes through some through the wild and barren landscapes which pretty resemble the Tibetan Plateau. This trek is the combination of cultural and scenic delights throughout the trail and there is an impressive monastery, and views, above the villages. We will have an opportunity to know about the lifestyle, tradition, and culture of the Gurung people which are the local inhabitant in this route. And most of the people of this route are influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. Autumn and spring season is considered as the best season for trekking in this route. The trek is a fantastic trip to the wild.