Nar Phu Valley Trek
Nar Phu Valley Trekking takes you to one of Nepal’s remote and beautiful untouched region in Annapurna. Nar Phu is situated in a northeast valley near Chame, Annapurna. Nar and Phu is a different village in the valley. Those both villages are called Nar Phu at once and it is a day walking distance each other. Nar Phu Valley Trekking is open for tourist since 2003 and it needs a special permit because it is also listed in the restricted area by Government of Nepal. Nar Phu is ethnically Tibetan inhabitants with the high Himalayas.
Nar is bigger than Phu village. Historically, Nar Phu is captured by Khampas (Tibetan refugee) and settled their inhabitants illegally and stabled later on. It is a non-touristic region yet because of fewer tourists used to visit. The valley is naturally beautiful but due to its remoteness and sort of media promote it is still the virgin destination. There are more than one hundred houses within Nar and Phu. It is not just that two villages in the valley; you can see Jhunum, Chhyakhu Meta and Kyang along the trail of Nar Phu trekking which shows ancient of the refugees was there at once. It offers magnificent snow-capped mountains view, narrow gorges, nature beauty forest, incredible glacier, high pass of Kang la 5,200m.
People from the Nar Phu valley celebrate many festivals such as Lhosar, Derchi, Yakchha and many more locally. Of course, they are Buddhist and follow their own culture. The dead body of the people buried or burned or fed to the vulture. It depends according to their date of birth and died after lama saw his luck of the way that how to end dead body. It is an expensive one to feeding vulture because of someone should cut the body and wait until vulture does not come.