Overview The Annapurna region’s Nar Phu Valley trip is a one-of-a-kind, rugged, and lonely trek. For its simplicity, the journey is famous as the Nar Phu hike. This is also known as Annapurna’s hidden jewel. In this area, there are two well-known villages. Before Kang la pass, there is Nar, a large settlement, and Phu, a village in front of Himlung Mountain. Nar Phu Valley trekking is far less popular than the Annapurna circuit. Similarly, this hike starts at the Annapurna circuit path and ends at the Annapurna circuit Ngwal Braka. You can either carry on to the Annapurna circuit or return to Besisahar to complete the trek. Nar Phu Valley Trekking in Nepal is a magnificent and unique cultural, natural, religious, and traditional lifestyle exploration trekking. The Nar Phu trekking can be done with or without the Annapurna circuit. Furthermore, this lengthens or shortens your journey. The lowest time limit is 12 days, and the maximum is up to you. You can extend your expedition beyond 12 days if necessary. From here, you may do the Annapurna circuit trip and the Tilicho trek. Moreover, this walk includes visits to distant settlements in the Nar Phu region, views of spectacular mountain peaks, numerous yaks and yak pastures, tiny and colorful gorges, the peaks’ glacier, and the high and steep Kang La pass. Not only the natural elements but also the culture and friendliness of local people here. Phu Village Nepal is spectacular with cultural aspects so as Nar village. After you miss the green settlement, you can view a beautiful type of terrain. The vibrant range of scenery is always in front of you, inviting you to explore further. The ultimate side of the side is Phu village, after which you must return to Chaku. The next location after Chaku is Nar village, where you must climb a hill to witness a wonderful panorama of the Himalayas. Nar village has a lovely wide environment and a large pasture. A more open area is here for one to explore. At an elevation of 5320 meters, Kang La Pass is the ultimate destination with a captivating view of the Himalayas, transporting you to a miniature paradise of adventure. The Nar Phu Valley trekking is available from March to June and September to November. In terms of weather and scenery, these are the ideal months. This trek requires an Annapurna Conservation Area Project permit. From here, you may do the Annapurna circuit indefinitely. After completing Kang la Pass, this is a fantastic chance. This is ideal for trekkers looking for a serene environment as well as a quiet trip. This trek is less touristy than the other Annapurna treks. The trouble is because this is under government jurisdiction, you must obtain a specific weekly permit. Lastly, this trek is best for someone passionate and who loves to be near Nature. Moreover, to complete this trek successfully one doesn’t need any prior experience. Furthermore, the best time to do this trek is during the Autumn and Spring season during this time of the year the weather is stable and one can travel here in the clear sky. During this visit, one can view different mountains including the Annapurna Massif itself.