| Duration: 14 days
|| Country: Nepal
| Max. Altitude: 5,306m/17,410ft.
|| Walking Per Day: 5-6 hrs
|| Grade: Strenuous
| Best Season: Autumn and Spring
|| Group Size: 1-10
| Mode: Lodge/Tea-House
|| Culture: Tibetan Influenced Culture
A prolonged journey intended for the trekkers willing to dwell deeper into the wonder of nature together with an exploration of lifestyle, culture, and ethos of the nomadic and indigenous people adding slightly of adrenaline sensation; Nar Phu Kang La Pass Trek is solely a protracted holiday adventure for passionate and enthusiastic trekkers. Basically, it's an ideal combination of snow-clad mountains, high passes, wide plateaus, cool pine forests, hidden valleys, and picturesque villages. A challenge for the body but a feast for the eyes, this trek is that the chance for a once in an exceedingly lifetime experience.
Nar Phu Valley
Nar Phu is an exceptional area of Nepal, highly influenced by the Tibetan lifestyle and culture. Up until late 2002, the realm remained delimitated for the outsiders and though this area is now receptive a wider range of hikers, it's still comparatively untouched by tourism. The landscape, its people, and its rich culture and tradition remain authentic and well-preserved. This tented outdoors trek offers the delightful prospect of as of recently opened district of Nar and Phu valley; set only north of typical Annapurna circuit trail.
The Geology of Nar Phu Valley is Trans-Himalayan and just about alike to it of Tibet. Trails are still tough that have changed minimally throughout the years. we are going to spend a pair of days exploring this remote valley and cross the Kang La pass (5,300m) while in transit to Manang. Leaving extremely admired Manang, we make a beeline for Jomsom through the simplest preserved enigmatic remote trekking course of Meso Kanto La Pass (5,099m) and also the world’s most astounding arranged exceptional Tilicho Lake (5,300m). This less trodden trail offers an all the harder and energizing different option for the mainstream Thorong La last the Annapurna Circuit Trekking course. We take a mountain flight to Pokhara to understand our invigorating voyage to Nar Phu valley and the Tilicho lake trip.
Physical Fitness and Best Season
To embark upon this challenging and everlasting trek, one must be physically and mentally fit enough to require up the challenge put before of you to enjoy the trekking adventure to the fullest. Since it takes a protracted course of your time to accomplish this trek and you want to be wise choosing your time-frame for it; we recommend the spring months of March, April and should and also, during the dry autumn season of September, October, and November for Nar Phu Kanga La Pass Trek.
Equipment lists for 14 days Nar Phu Kang La Pass Trekking
Sun hat or scarf
Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
Suncreams(40+) and Lip Balms
Cotton t-shirts and thermals
Lightweight cotton pants (long)
Thin inner socks (3 pairs)
Thick, warm wool hiking socks
Comfortable hiking boots
Gloves (Cotton and Waterproof)
Sleeping bag rated to -10°C +
Trekking bag (Rucksack)
Large plastic bags (for keeping items dry inside trek bag)
Trekking poles (optional, recommended)
Water bottle or camel bag
Toiletries and Tissue Papers
First Aid Kits
Personal Regular Medicines
Medicines: We recommend you to bring your regular medicines; we will provide first aid kit from our side.
Passport and extra passport photos
Water Purifying Iodine Tablets, Drop or Sterilizer