Improvements to our Naar-Phu and the Annapurna Traverse trek
Our fantastic Naar-Phu & the Annapurna Traverse trek has undergone a bit of a refit with the trek now able to make use of the tea houses that recently become available in this beautiful region.
There are still three nights of excellent camping on this trek that get you out to the very remote areas that few people get to visit. As the tea houses are still quite small with limited rooms we have reduced the maximum number on this trip to 8 people and lowered the minimum number required to 3 people.
There is still space on our October departure and Jim from our office will be happy to talk to you about the trek. The trip itself is also one day shorter at 19 days, due to the fact that we are now able to transfer you to Dharapani at the start of the trip. This really is a tremendous trek with stunning scenery, remote Himalayan villages and a great mixture of camping and tea house accommodation.
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