Sep 26 - Oct 5, 2017 | Change

Nar Phu trek (10 days)
Annapurna Region, Nepal

Highlights: Phugaon, Nar, and Kang La

Difficulty: challenging
Nar village
Starting at $520 usd
For 1 person -Guide & Permits
Includes guide and all required permits & entry fees:
$27.53 /day per person for guide
+ $136 per person for permits
+ $108 single surcharge for Restricted Area
Purchase of at least 2 permits required.
If someone else joins your trek this fee will be refunded.

Teahouse lodging, food, & transportation paid separately.

Prices for groups of
Sherpana prices are based on group size. We refund you the difference if more people join your trek.
Currently you have 0 guests trekking with you.
Included Permits
  • ACAP
  • Nar-Phu Restricted Area Permit
Porters (optional $17 per day)

Porters available upon request. You can request a porter at anytime while booking or after booking your trek up to 2 days prior to the trek's departure. Each porter may carry no more than 20 kg (44 lb) at a rate of $17 per day.

Guides do not carry any client's belongings if you want help carrying your personal belongings your must hire a porter or share one with someone else in your group.

This trip has optional side trips. Would you like to see the options?

The trek to Phugaon, Nar and over the Kang La pass is a hidden jewel of the Annapurna Region. It combines spectacular mountain scenery with vibrant Tibetan culture in a remote and rustic setting. For those looking to get off the beaten track and explore the hidden wonders of Nepal the trek to Nar and Phu is the perfect choice.

Available Side Trips

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Extra rest days and overnights can be added once the itinerary is created. However any side trips must be added in this step before the itinerary is created.

Tue Sep 26 (day 1)

Kathmandu (1337 m)

Public bus from Kathmandu to Besi Sahar (Not Included)

Estimated cost: $6
Travel time: about 6 hours

Besi Sahar (800 m)

Wed Sep 27 (day 2)
Shared vehicle from Besi Sahar to Koto (Not Included)

Estimated cost: $30
Travel time: about 8 hours

Koto (2620 m)

Thu Sep 28 (day 3)

Meta (3560 m)

Fri Sep 29 (day 4)

Kyang (3820 m)

Phugaon (4080 m)

While only one night in Phugaon is strictly necessary 2nd night is prefered to explore the area and to help acclimatize for the Kang La.

Sat Sep 30 (day 5)

Kyang (3820 m)

Nar Phedi (3490 m)

Sun Oct 1 (day 6)

Nar (4110 m)

Mon Oct 2 (day 7)

Kang La (5306 m)

Ngawal (3650 m)


Highlights: Manang, Thorung High Camp, Thorung La, and Muktinath
Difficulty: challenging
After the Kang La take advantage of your acclimatization and continue along the classic Annapurna Circuit. From Manang there is an option to take the spectacular side trip to Tilicho Lake, or continue directly over the Thorung La (5416 m) descending to the pilgrim town of Muktinath, a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists. From Muktinath, you have the option to take a jeep via the wide valley of lower Mustang to Jomson, where both flights and buses to Pokhara can be arranged, or trek via the traditional village of Kagbeni, gateway to upper Mustang. While the road has taken some of the charm out of this classic trek, the advantage is that a trip can be tailored around one’s interests and time constraints. Whether you do the epic full circuit from Besi Sahar to Ghorepani, or take off a bite sized chunk around the Thorung La, the Annapurna Circuit still has plenty to offer.

Tue Oct 3 (day 8)

Chame (2710 m)

Wed Oct 4 (day 9)
Shared vehicle from Chame to Besi Sahar (Not Included)

Estimated cost: $30
Travel time: about 8 hours

Besi Sahar (800 m)

Thu Oct 5 (day 10)
Public bus from Besi Sahar to Kathmandu (Not Included)

Estimated cost: $6
Travel time: about 6 hours

Kathmandu (1337 m)

you can add extra rest days after the itinerary is created