Nagi Village Trek is the recently designed trek in the Nepal Himalayas that offers stunning sunset and mountain views. The ethereal natural beauty, authentic culture, and warm hospitality of local people lure trekkers to visit Nagi village time and again. Further, the trek lets trekkers observe the spectacular views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges. The maximum elevation that we reach during this trek is 3320m. Nagi Village Trek with Mohare Danda is the perfect choice for the one who wants to explore the untouched beauty of the Annapurna region. Far from the hustle and bustle, the serene environment of this region encourages trekkers to accomplish this trek.
The fascinating trek to the Nagi village starts from the Galeshwor of Parbat. A short drive from Beni takes the trekkers to Galeshwor. In Galeshwor, they can explore the beautiful temple of Galeshwor Mahadev. Continuing the trek from Galeshwor takes trekkers toward the mystic village of Bans Kharka. You will pass through the impressive landscape, rhododendron forest, and small Magar settlements and reach Nagi Village from Bans Kharka. On the way, you may get to witness the varieties of flora and fauna such as Pine, rhododendron, Himalayan Deer, Blue Sheep, Snow leopard, and many more.
Nagi village is in the Myagdi district at an elevation of 2300m. Nagi village is a traditional village inhabited by the Magar people. From this village, you can relish the splendid views of the Dhaulagiri ranges, Gurja Peak, Annapurna South, Nilgiri Himal, and many others. Baraha Temple, Organic farming, and Hand-made paper production are some of the attractions of Nagi village. Further trekking from the Nagi village, you reach Mohare Danda. Mohare Danda is the best vantage point for sunset and sunrise views. Daylong hike from Mohare Danda, you will go to Tikot.
Tiplyang is the final destination of our Nagi Village Trek. Taking the ride from Tiplyang, you can return to Pokhara. Throughout the trail, you will appreciate the heartwarming hospitality of the benevolent Magar people.