Hiking in the Naar Phu Valley
Ancient, spiritual, transcendental….forgotten by time and untouched by modern man.

17 days of adventure in the heart of Nepal.

The Naar Phu Valley on the Eastern corner of the mighty Annapurna mountains.

17 days of trekking in spectacular landscapes encompasses two high passes and the Himlung Base Camp, where each footstep in this hallowed, ancient land offers an adventure like few others.

Only recently opened to hikers, this journey into one of the planets last untouched regions affords cultural insight, spirtual understanding and unyielding rewards across every mountain pass and each snow-capped peak.

Key information

Dates: October / November 2024 / 2025

Also available as a private departure 

Duration: 17 days

Level: Strenuous

Airport: Kathmandu

Wholesome Nepalese / Western cuisine

4 * Spa hotel in Kathmandu

Private vehicle transfers

At A Glance

Days 1 - 3

Arriving in the vibrant city of Kathmandu you have time to acclimatise and explore the UNESCO world heritage sights before starting your trek by following the Marsyangdi river to reach Dharapani at 6192ft.


Days 4 -8

Over the next 5 days, you gain height passing through Koto (8350ft), Meta (11679ft) and Kyang (12532ft) emerging from the forest onto the mountains that adorn Lower Mustang. On a route punctuated with undisturbed religious sites, you travel through ancient villages which embody the traditions of yak herding, trading, and harvesting medicinal herbs.

Gradually acclimatising, you have the opportunity to undertake a side trip to Himlung Base Camp close to the Tibetan border, where a cascading amphitheater of mountains awaits us to offer scenery like no other on earth.


Days 9 -15

The second part of your trek takes you across two high passes each over 16000ft as you journey over the Phu pass to Loang (15354ft) and to Naar (13484ft). With stunning views of peaks that include Annapurna II, Gangapura and Tilicho Peak, the villages on Naar and Phu are steeped in Tibetan cultural and religious significance, with majestic monasteries that stand watch over the villages.


Days 15 - 17

After your journey through the high passes you descend to the valley floor to reach Tal (5577ft) before returning to Kathmandu and some well earned R&R in a fantastic 4* Hotel. A well-earnt farewell dinner awaits, affording an opportunity to share one last experience together before departing with endless memories and stories of unfathomable adventure.

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Need To Know

3 x nights in 4* Kathmandu Hotel, Spa facilities

5 x nights in basic Teahouses 

8 x nights in camping in high quality tents

What’s included
All accommodation

All breakfasts, lunches and dinners, drinks on first and last night (apart from 2 lunches & 1 dinner in Kathmandu)

We provide private vehicle transfers to / from the airport and to the start / finish of the trek

This trek is led by a Western, qualified LBH Mountain Guide, working in conjunction with a Nepalese trekking team, who together bring the trip to life.

We adopt an excellent guiding ratio giving you lots of time to take photos, enjoy your surroundings and soak in the unique Himalayan culture.

Booking and Price
Cost:  €4750

Single Supplement available

We manage every booking independently to ensure attention to detail and provide a personalised service.

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