Nepal, Nar Phu Valley Trek (15th to 28th March 2018)

Date: 15th to 28th March 2018
Trek: 9D8N
Cost: SGD$3300 (Excluding Air Ticket), Air Ticket Approx $870 (via SilkAir)
Max: 14 Pax

Nar Phu Valley Trek is unarguably one of the most remote and least explored treks in Nepal. Opened only in 2003, this trek takes you to the wild, exotic and sparsely populated valleys of Nar and Phu, offering intriguing medieval Tibetan culture and customs completely undisturbed form, and dramatic mountains view.
Nepal’s most unscathed, Tibetan-influenced quarters, the restricted area of Nar Phu Valley can only be accessed with a special permit issued by an authorized trekking agency, who will also provide the obligatory guide. The permit is only valid for seven days so you must complete the trek in this time frame.

Camping Together in Slingfin Tent 

Starting Elevation: 2600 m
Peak Elevation: 5320 m

Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu/ Transfer to hotel/ welcome dinner
Day 2: Half-day guided sightseeing tour/ lunch/ trek briefing
Day 3: Drive to Koto (2600m). Drive approx. 10 hours, Overnight lodge
Day 4: Trek to Meta (3550m). Appx 6/7 hours. Camp.
Day 5: Trek to Chyaku or Kyang (3750m ) Appx 3-4 hours. Camp
Day 6: Trek to Phu (4240m). Appx 4 hours. Camp
Day 7: Rest at Phu. Camp
Day 8: Trek to Nar Phedi (3500m). Appx 7/8 hours.
Day 9: Trek to Nar ( 4100m). Appx 3/4 hours. Camp
Day 10: Trek to Kangla Phedi (4500m ). Appx 3 hours. Camp.
Day 11: Trek to Ngawal (3660m ) via Kangla Pass (5320 ). Appx 9/10 hours. Over night Lodge
Day 12: Drive to Besisahar. Overnight Besisahar. Appx 10 hours drive.
Day 13: Drive to Kathmandu. Appx 5 hours.
Day 14: International departure

Cost includes:
1) Hotel Moonlight in Kathmandu with breakfast
2) Mentioned sightseeing
3) Private vehicle to Besisahar and a chartered jeep to Chyamje on day 3.
4) Expert Trek leader
5) Trekking chef
6) 1 Assistant guide per 4 trekkers
7) Chef’s assistants
8) Porters to carry all camping gear, food and equipment
9) All meals on trek – the best and healthiest food in the whole of the Himalaya
10) Toilet tent.

Cost does not include:
1) Nepal visa
2) Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
3) Bottled drinks
4) Tips
5) Gear Rental

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