Situated between Manaslu and Annapurna regions, Nar Phu Valley is considered one of the Shangri-La in the hidden pockets of Himalaya that is highly influenced by the Tibetan culture and lifestyles. Trekking to Annapurna Nar Phu Kang La Pass Trek lets you come across narrow canyons, high peaks and passes, remote villages, amazing rock formations, and unique medieval Tibetan culture in a pristine and almost untouched form.
This trekking route is located in the restricted areas between Tibet and Nepal border and was not open to tourists until 2002. Also, a special permit from the ‘Nepal Tourism Board’ is required to do this trek. The trail passes through the some of the challenging high passes like Kangla pass (5322m) and then from Manang to Thorang-la Pass (5,416m). that offers panoramic views of the Annapurna massif like Annapurna II at 7,937 m (26,040 ft) Annapurna IV at 7,525 m (24,688 ft), Gangapurna at 7,455 m (24,457 ft), Manaslu Himal, and many other peaks of over 6000m.
After travelling through the unique Nar Phu valley, we return to Manang, a beautiful village on the Annapurna trail, then we continue the trek through Yak Kharka, Thorong Phedi, Muktinath, and Jomsom before reaching to Pokhara from where we finally return back to the capital i.e. Kathmandu.