Nar Phu Valley Trek

Nar Phu Valley Trek 19 Days

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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:

5,300m.

Group Size:

2 to 25 People

Transportation:

private transport/Flight

Accommodation:

Best available.

Best season:

Spring and autumn.

Meals:

Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner.

Tour type:

Trekking

Grade:

Moderate/Adventure

Trekking Region

Annapurna Region

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the less-trodden Nar Phu Valley, rich in Tibetan culture.
  • Opened in 2003, a trek showcasing majestic mountains.
  • Encounter high peaks, glaciers, canyons, forests, and unique cultures.
  • Discover the enchanting Bhote community in the beautiful Phu.
  • The journey concludes at Kang La Pass (5,320m) with breathtaking views.

Overview

Nar Phu Valley trek is ideal for trekkers who have time and appetite to venture into some of the less compressed remote regions, spectacular regions of ethnically Tibetan inhabitants for those of you who think you trekked all.

Nar Phu valley trekking is a newly open trekking trail in the Annapurna region. This trekking has been opened for the trekkers only since 2003. It is one of the best regions for viewing majestic mountains in the highlands.

And trek up to Nar and Phu combines high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, gompas, and unique Himalayan cultures.

The Phu is the most beautiful medieval village where you can learn the real-life styles of Bhote communities enjoy and have the pleasure of the fabulous and typical

Nar Phu Valley trek begins with a long drive from Dharapani, followed by a walk to Koto. The multi-day hike has us passing through several villages, including Phu and Nar, before reaching Kang La Pass 5320 m

Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1,396 m.)

Keeping the track of your flight schedule, our representative will arrive at the Tribhuvan Airport right on time. They’ll be waiting for you at the arrival pick-up point so that you can easily identify them. There’ll be a short meet and greet before our staff will transfer you back to the hotel.They’ll escort you to the lobby to help with the check-in procedure. From there, we’ll leave for the hotel and discuss the short briefing of the trek. After that, you can relax in your room or go on a walk to the city, the choice is yours. Overnight stay in a hotel.
 

Day 2 : Free Day, Prepare Trekking Permit and Sightseeing to Kathmandu City.

The very next day, we’ll take a tour of Kathmandu city and visit a bunch of historical landmarks and religious sites. To start off the day, we’ll take a tour of Hindu’s sacred temple Pashupatinath. After offering prayers and exploring the surrounding temples and artifacts, we’ll drive to Boudhanath. It’s one of the most popular UNESCO’’s World Heritage sites in Kathmandu with beautiful design and structure. The place is often crowded with visitors and devotees from around the world. Inside the pilgrimage, you can see dome-shaped monasteries along with prayer wheels, colorful flags, and local shops.After the sightseeing, we’ll head to Bhaktapur Durbar Square where you can find the historical artifacts of Nepal. There are courtyards, stone statues, wooden temples, and paintings that reflect the ancient Newari culture. In the evening, we’ll drive you back to the hotel, so that you can get some sleep.

Day 3 : Drive To Jagat , 7 hrs

The 15-day Nar Phu Valley Trek kicks off with a scenic road trip to Jagat via Prithvi Highway. It drives a narrow lane beside Budhi Gandaki River and passes the beautiful town of Besisahar.
During the 7-hour drive to Jagat, we’ll get to sight the picturesque view of lush meadows, resounding waterfalls, and sweeping hills. Since the larger section of the trail is nicely paved and smooth, the excursion won’t be strenuous at all.However, you may feel anxious at the end of the trip due to a bumpy ride on the backroad. Upon arriving at the village, we’ll get lovely sight of a surrounding lush hill, beautiful riverbed, and valley. Overnight stay in a lodge at Jagat. The 15-day Nar Phu Valley Trek kicks off with a scenic road trip to Jagat via Prithvi Highway. It drives a narrow lane beside Budhi Gandaki River and passes the beautiful town of Besisahar.

During the 7-hour drive to Jagat, we’ll get to sight the picturesque view of lush meadows, resounding waterfalls, and sweeping hills. Since the larger section of the trail is nicely paved and smooth, the excursion won’t be strenuous at all.However, you may feel anxious at the end of the trip due to a bumpy ride on the backroad. Upon arriving at the village, we’ll get lovely sight of a surrounding lush hill, beautiful riverbed, and valley. Overnight stay in a lodge at Jagat

Day 4 : Trek To Dharapani , 6 hrs

Today, we’ll officially begin the trek to Dharapani by sailing a dirt path and crossing a suspension bridge. We’ll follow the steep trails and a stone stair to get to Chyamche, a charming village lying close to Purano Jagat.As our trail heads to the remote settlement of Tal, we’ll get a surreal view of a screaming waterfall and verdant hills. From here, we’ll ascend the rugged hill over the valley and beside gigantic rocks.After hiking continuously for 7 hours, we’ll reach Dharapani, a superb looking village in Nepal. Nestled at 6,300 ft high, Dharapani is gorgeous with a delightful view to offer its guests which includes a steep-sided valley, lush green terrain, and gushing rivers.
 

Day 5 : Trek to Qoto , 7 hrs

Next morning, after breakfast, we’ll continue the journey to Koto. The trek begins with an hour’s walk to Bagarchhap, passing over dark woods of pine and fir. As the trail heads to Koto, we can witness the snowy-white Tibetan monastery and glistening mountains.The path makes its way through the pine forest until Latamarang, which lasts almost an hour and a half. During the excursion, we’ll get to savor the spectacular view of Annapurna II and Manaslu. From Bagarchhap, the trail scrambles uphill, making it to the quaint village.Koto is perched at 8,530 ft above sea level and is highly inhabited by Gurung. The influence of the local people within the area can be seen at best. Also, we can spot the mesmerizing view of undulating landscape and snow peaks that look incredible.

Day 6 : Trek To Meta

Since the trail heading to Meta is uphill and demanding, we’ll start hiking early in the morning. After verifying ourselves at the checkpoint, we’ll navigate the route through the bank of Soti Khola and cross the suspension bridge.From Dharamshala, we keep on hiking along the trail through woods and rocky hills. Pulling off the narrow canyon, we’ll find our way beneath the cascading waterfall, from where the view of Annapurna gets clearer. Tonight we’ll stay in a teahouse at Meta.

Day 7 : Trek To Phu Village

After getting up to the majestic view of Meta and having a delicious breakfast, we’re now ready to get back to the trail. The expedition begins with an uphill trek over the valley’s edge that provides a stunning view of Nar Phedi monastery.We’ll encounter beautiful monasteries and colorful Tibetan chortens with flapping prayer flags at the outset of the hike. We may also snap lush green meadows and riverbeds along the way to Phu Gaon.After spending an hour and a half on the trail to Phu through narrow gorges and steep hills, we’ll get our first sight of an old Tibetan fortress and two ruined forts. Advancing the path, we move to Phu, passing the Tashi Lakhang Gompa. We’ll briefly stop at the monastery to take a tour and pay our respect. We’ll stay the night in a tea house in the village.

Day 8 : Acclimation Day

Before the big trip to Nar Phedi, we’ll take a day off for rest and acclimate to the changing climate. To make the most of the break, we’ll have a quick tour of the village and a short hike to Tashi Lhakhang.The trail to Tashi is roughly 3-4 km at most, so we’ll finish the trip in no time. Visitors at Phu also can visit Himlung Base Camp though the hike requires a bit more time. Just in case you want, we can also climb the trail to Tilicho Lake, which extends 28 miles from the village.At Tashi, we’ll explore a primordial Tibetan monastery and take a peek at the shimmering mountains. As soon as the sightseeing is over, we’ll retrace the step back to the village and call it off a day

Day 9 : Trek to Nar Phedi

After spending a lovely day at Phu, it’s time we get back to the trail, which begins with a mild descent to Meta. After navigating the track halfway, we’ll diverge to Nar Phedi monastery, which is also our dwelling for the night.Transcending the rugged trail, we’ll gently ascend a steep slope, moving towards the monastery. Shortly after getting there, we’ll pay a visit to the pilgrimage and offer prayers. Overnight stay in the monastery.
 

Day 10 : Trek To Nar

Wake up early in awe of a fairy-tale backdrop and fresh wind at Nar Phedi. Soon after that, we’ll have our breakfast and begin the trek to Nar. The 12 miles long course winds through steep hills and old villages to arrive at the town.

During the expedition, we’ll cross several small streams and a suspension bridge. The 7-hour walk also has us climb up the junction and to the beautiful settlement of Nar. The village is just a few miles away from the Annapurna trail and remains detached from the visitors.Not many travelers stop by Nar, although it has the most impressive view to offer the guests. We can catch a glimpse of dramatic landscapes, rock cliffs, narrow river gorge, and Pisang peak from here.

Day 11 : Trek to Nawal Via Kang La Pass

Soon after we’re done having breakfast, the trek to Ngawal kicks off. Leaving behind the village, we’ll climb up the trail through the terminal moraine of Temdenzon Khola and pass the yak pastures.After heading to the west of Jhombu Khola, which lies at the foot of Kang La Pass, we’ll climb a steep slope to the top. It takes us almost 2 hours to cross the pass and get rewarded with the stunning view of Damodar Himal and Annapurna range.In the last three hours, we’ll gently descend the rock hill till arriving at Ngawal. At the village, we’ll get to see an incredible view of snow-capped mountains and sweeping hills. Overnight in a tea house.

Day 12 : Trek To Manang

Since the trail running from Ngawal to Manang is unpaved with rocky terrains, we’ll start trekking early today. Leaving behind the village, we’ll pass the Marsyangdi River and walk the trail for almost an hour to Braga village.While in the village, we can explore the famous Tibetan monastery of Braga. From there, we’ll head off to Tilicho Lake on the left edge and finally a short walk to Manang. Overnight stay in a tea house at this beautiful village.

Day 13 : Trek to Yak Kharka

The trek from Manang to Yak Kharka may not be as long as usual, but it’s surely not easy. Out of the village, the trail is craggy and with most of the course inclined upward. From the beginning of the trek, we’ll cross small streams and ascend uphill to Tenki village.Walking out of Marsyangdi River Valley up Jar Sang Khola Valley, our trail moves northward. We’ll head to Gunsan, a small village in Tanki Manang, passing the juniper forest and lush meadows. Finally, after coming across a wooden bridge, we’ll make our way up to Yak Kharka.
 

Day 14 : Trek to Throng Phedi / High Camp

From Yak Khara to Thorong Phedi, the trek is mostly uphill, scrambling over the mountain ridge and passing the Marsyangdi river. After crossing the wooden bridge, we’ll climb up the mountainous terrain and follow a narrow lane before descending to Thorong Phedi. The trek to Thorong Phedi requires 4 hours and comes with a dazzling view of Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri, and Gangapurna.

Day 15 : Trek to Muktinath Via Throng La Pass

Today, we’ll cross the highest mountain pass in the Annapurna region, Thorong La Pass, at 18,000 ft. Moving ahead, our trail stretches north in Tibet, providing beautiful glimpses of Annapurna and other Himalayan peaks.From here, we’ll gently descend the trail to Muktinath, which is slightly sloppy. Provided the steepness, it’ll take us 3-4 hours to finish this section of the course. At Muktinath, you’ll visit the sacred temple of Hindus and also participate in the rituals.Standing at the foot of Thorong La Pass, we get to snap the lovely scene of the Annapurna range, verdant hills, and glistening glaciers. If there’s spare time, we’ll also take a tour of the nearby village. Overnight stay in a tea house.

Day 16 : Trek to Jomsom

The Nar Phu Valley’s trail to Jomsom has us descend to Jharkot over rough terrain. We then follow an ancient path through several Thakali villages, rhododendron forest, and windswept Tibetan plateau.The entire trek to Jomsom lasts around 3 hours, making us worn out. But, with the view of colorful cliff faces, diverse landscape, and deep gorges, the journey to Mustang gets less intense and more exciting. Tonight, we’ll stay in a tea house.

Day 17 : Jomsom To Pokhara by flight

Maximum Altitude: 1,350 meters
Flight Distance: 43 km
Flight Duration: 25-30 minutes

Early in the morning after having breakfast, we’ll catch the flight to Pokhara at Lukla airport. Following half an hour of scenic flight with glimpses of lush meadows, sweeping hills, and terrains, we’ll arrive at Pokhara.

With thrilling adventurous activities like paragliding and ultra flight, Pokhara makes the day quite interesting. We can even walk the lakeside of Phewa and visit Davis Falls before the end of the day. We’ll spend the night in a hotel.
 

Day 18 : Drive Back to Kathmandu by Bus

After a lovely day at Pokhara, it’s time for us to head back to the valley. Thus, at sunrise, we’ll drive to Kathmandu via Prithvi Highway which brings along the splendid view of gentle hills, remote settlements, and overflowing rivers. After an approximate 6 hours drive, we will reach Kathmandu. From there onward, our staff will drive you to the hotel and finally call it off a day.

Day 19 : International departure homeward bound.

As per the flight arranged, our representative will drop you at the airport today.
 

What Is Included ?

  • Pick-up from the airport and transportation to the hotel.
  • 2-night hotel in Kathmandu in the (3-star) hotel. 
  • Domestic flight tickets (Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu) and airport departure taxes.
  • (100% Waterproof) Duffle bag to keep your personal belongings and things to be carried by the porter.
  • 3 times meal and tea/coffee during the trek.
  • Professional guide, assistant guide, and porters (size of the travel groups) during the trek.
  • Permit, TIMS, and national park entry fee.
  • All wages, and medical kits for the groups and staff.
  • Insurance for the guide and porters.
  • Appreciation Certificate after the successful trek by Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition. 
  • Farewell dinner at Kathmandu before departure. Tea/Coffee with the meal.

What Is Excluded?

  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and also in case of early return than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Extra baggage check-in during the flight (Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu) if more than 15 KG, extra, can be paid directly to the airline.
  • Tips for guide and porters.
  • Any kind of meal During Your Stay in Kathmandu (Except Farewell Dinner).
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival late departure, or early return from the trek.
  • Rescue, Medicine, Medical Test, Repatriation, Hospitalization Expenses for Climbs.
  • Any Internet, Hot shower, Drinking Water, Alcohol, cold Drinks, Laundry.
  • Additional costs suffered due to causes beyond our control, such as natural disasters, weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, emergency evacuation, changes in government policies, strikes, and so forth.
  • Insurance for Clients.
  • International flight Tickets.
  • Clothing, Packing Items or bag, personal, Medical Kits, and Personal Trekking Gear.
  • any other items, not Included in the Above (Cost Included) Section.

 

NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be refundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.

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FAQs

The Nar Phu Valley Trek is a hidden gem in the Annapurna region of Nepal, offering a unique and off-the-beaten-path trekking experience. This trek takes you through the remote Nar and Phu valleys, allowing you to explore traditional Tibetan villages, ancient monasteries, and breathtaking Himalayan landscapes.

The duration of the Nar Phu Valley Trek typically ranges from 10 to 14 days, depending on the chosen itinerary and pace of trekking. This includes trekking through the Nar and Phu valleys, acclimatization days, exploration of cultural sites, and crossing high mountain passes.

The best time to trek in the Nar Phu Valley is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer stable weather conditions, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, making it ideal for trekking and enjoying the stunning scenery.

The Nar Phu Valley Trek is considered moderately challenging, suitable for trekkers with a good level of fitness and some prior trekking experience. The trek involves ascending and descending mountain trails, crossing high passes, and hiking at elevations above 4,000 meters (13,000 feet).

Trekkers need to obtain the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Nar Phu Restricted Area Permit before embarking on the Nar Phu Valley Trek. These permits are essential for trekking through the conservation area and visiting the restricted Nar and Phu valleys.

Altitude sickness can be a concern on the Nar Phu Valley Trek, especially when crossing high mountain passes such as Kang La Pass (5,322 meters/17,460 feet). It's essential to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and ascend gradually to minimize the risk of altitude-related illnesses.

Accommodation on the Nar Phu Valley Trek primarily consists of teahouses and homestays in local villages along the trekking route. These basic lodges offer simple yet comfortable rooms with shared facilities such as bathrooms and dining areas. Camping may be required in some remote areas.

The Nar Phu Valley Trek offers a plethora of highlights, including panoramic mountain views of Annapurna and Manaslu ranges, exploration of remote Tibetan villages, visits to ancient monasteries such as Tashi Lakhang Monastery, and crossing high mountain passes like Kang La Pass.

Essential items to pack for the Nar Phu Valley Trek include trekking clothing (moisture-wicking layers, insulated jacket, waterproofs), sturdy hiking boots, a sleeping bag, trekking poles, sunscreen, sunglasses, a first aid kit, and a refillable water bottle. It's essential to pack light and carry only the necessary items.

 

Yes, trekking agencies in Nepal offer customizable Nar Phu Valley Trek itineraries to suit individual preferences, time constraints, and fitness levels. You can choose to extend or shorten the trek, add side trips, or tailor the itinerary to include specific cultural or scenic highlights.

Additional Information

Cultural Immersion and Interaction: One of the highlights of the Nar Phu Valley Trek is the opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique culture and lifestyle of the local communities. Trekkers can interact with residents of traditional Tibetan villages, observe daily activities such as yak herding and farming, and participate in cultural ceremonies and festivals.

Remote and Off-the-Beaten-Path Experience: The Nar Phu Valley Trek offers a remote and off-the-beaten-path experience away from the crowds of more popular trekking routes. Trekkers can enjoy the tranquility and serenity of pristine Himalayan landscapes, with fewer fellow travelers and a sense of wilderness exploration.

Wildlife and Biodiversity: The Nar Phu Valley is home to diverse flora and fauna, including rare Himalayan wildlife species such as snow leopards, blue sheep, Himalayan tahrs, and musk deer. Trekkers may also encounter a variety of bird species, including Himalayan griffon vultures, lammergeiers, and snow partridges.

Photography Opportunities: The Nar Phu Valley Trek offers unparalleled photography opportunities, with stunning landscapes, traditional villages, ancient monasteries, and panoramic mountain views at every turn. Trekkers can capture breathtaking sunrise and sunset scenes, vibrant prayer flags, and the unique architecture of Tibetan-style buildings.

Traditional Cuisine and Dining Experience: Trekkers on the Nar Phu Valley Trek can enjoy traditional Nepali and Tibetan cuisine at teahouses and homestays along the route. Local dishes such as dal bhat (rice and lentils), momos (dumplings), thukpa (noodle soup), and yak meat dishes provide nourishment and warmth after a day of trekking.

Sustainable Tourism Initiatives: Sustainable tourism practices are encouraged on the Nar Phu Valley Trek to preserve the natural environment and support local communities. Trekkers can minimize their environmental impact by practicing Leave No Trace principles, carrying out waste, and supporting eco-friendly lodges and initiatives that promote responsible tourism.

Weather Considerations and Seasonal Variations: Trekkers should be prepared for variable weather conditions on the Nar Phu Valley Trek, including cold temperatures, rain, and snow, especially at higher elevations. It's essential to check weather forecasts before trekking and pack appropriate clothing layers to stay warm and dry in changing weather.

Physical Fitness and Altitude Preparation: While the Nar Phu Valley Trek is considered moderately challenging, trekkers should have a good level of physical fitness and endurance to tackle long days of hiking and steep ascents. Proper altitude preparation, including gradual acclimatization and staying hydrated, is essential to prevent altitude-related illnesses.

Trekking Permits and Entry Regulations: Trekkers need to obtain the necessary permits and abide by entry regulations for the Nar Phu Valley Trek. This includes the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP), the Nar Phu Restricted Area Permit, and adhering to local rules and guidelines set by conservation authorities and village committees.

Guided vs. Independent Trekking Options: Trekkers have the option to choose between guided and independent trekking on the Nar Phu Valley Trek. While guided treks provide the convenience of expert local guides, logistical support, and cultural insights, independent trekkers can enjoy more flexibility and freedom to explore at their own pace.

Equipments

During the trekking, you could see many trekkers wearing expensive outdoor fashion equipment but we recommend you prepare comfortable and durable equipment. Trekking equipment is essential for anyone planning outdoor adventures, whether it's a day hike or a multi-day expedition. Below is a list of names of crucial equipment.

 

Cloth of trekkers,

Down Jacket: You could take on rent in Kathmandu if you don’t have

Thermal Baselayer Set: It is your second skin; bring the best quality (2 sets)

Fleece Pullover Hoodie: keeping you warm even if moisture condenses on the inside when it rains.

Light Weight Thermal Tops: It is comfortable when you don’t use a base layer

Waterproof Jacket and paints: recommended water, rain, and snowproof (if in case of bad weather)

Hiking Shorts: At lower altitudes and under the sun, it can be comfortable

Hiking T-Shirt: For lower altitude

Hiking Pants: Lightweight quick-drying paints (no jeans please)

Gloves: It is recommended to bring two pairs, a light one and a heavyweight water/windproof

Sports Bra for Her: A good sports bra is recommended when you are hiking

Sports underwear: Quick-dry

Woolen Hat: This is handy when it’s getting cold in the evening and morning.

Sunhat: Just it protects from the Sun

Microfleece Buff: I recommend bringing two, it is useful for either low-altitude or higher-altitude

 

Footwear Gears,

Hiking Boots: Ankle support, waterproof (running shoes are not recommended)

Sandals or Running Shoes: In the mornings and in the evenings in the teahouse (running shoes or even sandals will be fine)

Hiking Socks: Good-quality hiking socks should keep your feet dry and comfortable. Bring enough socks

Inner Socks: You could wear thin inner socks to support your hiking socks.

 

Trekking gears,

Snow gaiters: in case of bad weather and snowing

Duffle Bag: Waterproof and about 70L. We recommend this only if you are going to use Porter. Green Valley Nepal Treks will provide a duffel bag if you book Nepal Trekking with us on your arrival in Kathmandu.

Rucksack with Rain Cover: If you plan to carry your stuff during the trekking, we recommend you bring a comfortable (back support) 50 to 60L rucksack with rain cover.

Daypack with Rain Cover: Whether you use a porter or not, a day pack is necessary for your trekking trip in Nepal. Recommended daypack size is 25 to 30L with rain cover.

Trekking Poles: It is optional but if you know how to use it, then it can help your knee and joints.

Sleeping Bag: Recommended at least for -20 DC, Green Valley Nepal Treks will be provided at our pre-meeting if you don’t have your own (if you book the trip with us)

Sleeping Bag Liner: If you are planning to rent a sleeping bag, it is strongly recommended to bring your liner

 

Additional Accessories for Trekkers,

Reusable Water Bottle: Reduce plastic waste using a reusable water bottle.

Trash Bags: Pack trash bags to collect and dispose of your waste properly.

Phone Charger: Carry a fully charged mobile phone with a portable charger.

Power Bank: A power bank ensures your electronic devices stay charged.

Local SIM Card: Purchase a local SIM card for better connectivity in remote areas.

Cash: Carry enough cash to cover expenses, as ATMs might be scarce on the trekking route.

Map and Compass/GPS: Ensure you have the tools to navigate safely.

Camera and Binoculars: Capture the breathtaking landscapes and spot wildlife with a camera and binoculars.

Head Torch: small torch with spare batteries

Sunglasses: Recommended UV protection to prevent headaches and snow blindness.

Toiletries: Pack biodegradable soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, and other essential toiletries.

Personal Medications: Bring any necessary prescription medications and basic over-the-counter remedies.

First Aid Kit: Your first-aid kit should include bandages, antiseptic cream, pain relievers, and any specific medications you might need.

Small Wash Towel: Light and quick-dry

Passport and Visa: Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months from entry, and obtain the necessary visa for Nepal.

Travel Insurance: Invest in comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking at high altitudes.

Permits and Tickets: Obtain all necessary permits for the specific trekking route you plan to take.

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