Simikot Limi Valley Trek is one of the beautiful and adventurous trails of north-west region in Nepal. The area is full of picturesque scenes of landscapes, vegetations and natural life. The valley trek offers superb views, ethnicity, culture, lifestyle, tradition, language and so on. Simikot Limi Valley Trek also provides the opportunity of exploring the starting point of the longest river of Nepal named (Humla) Karnali. The valley is cultivated by Tibetan origin people who have their own language, tradition and culture based on Tibetan roots.
Simikot Limi Valley Trek has its finest beauty with variety of forests, wildlife and birds. The region is full of flora and fauna including the rare animals and birds like wild yak, wild horse, wolf, and black bear, barking deer, musk deer, blue sheep, marmot, hare and occasionally snow leopard too.Simikot Limi Valley Trek provides the magnificent view of the mountains- Mt. Saipal (7031m.), Mt. Byas Rishi, Mt. Api, Mt. Gorkha, Mt. Kanjirowa, Mt. Kailash, Mt. Kanti etc. One of the attractions of the trek is the view of Manasarovar Lake and hundreds of rivers and streams. The view point for these peaks is Gyuokharka at 5000m. The valley is so remote that there are no any facilities of modern world. People of the valley are backward due to the lack of awareness and poverty. Being the district headquarters of Jumla district, the valley is still remote due to its geographical remoteness. There is no direct means of transportation from Kathmandu to Jumla till now.
Simikot Limi Valley Trek offers the finest scenery throughout the journey. The villages in the valley named Gombayok and Haljee are mostly depending upon the livestock. The people’s daily activity is to graze the animals in the plateau. Few of them are engaged in trade too. All in all, the trekking through Simikot Limi Valley Trek gives everlasting experience of virgin land travelling to the border of Tibet. The trek to Simikot Limi valley is fully camping trek so everything should be carried by the tem of the Trek.
Day 01: Fly to Nepalgunj.
Day 02: Fly to Simikot, 2950 meters.
Day 03: Simikot to Dharapuri, 2310 meters.
Day 04: Dharapuri to Kermi, 2670 meters.
Day 05: Kermi toYalbang, 3020 meters.
Day 06: Yalbang to Tumkot, 3382 meters.
Day 07: Tumkot to Yari, 3700 meters.
Day 08: Trek to Hilsa, 3720 meters via Nara La, 4620 meters.
Day 09: Hilsa to Manepeme, 3990 meters.
Day 10: Trek to Til, 4000 meters.
Day 11: Til to Halji, 3660 meters, 3 hrs.
Day 12: Trek to Jang, 3930 meters.
Day 13: Trek to Talung, 4370 meters.
Day 14: Talung to Shinjungma (3620 m) via Nyalu La (4949 m) 8 hrs.
Day 15: Shinjungma to Kermi 2670 meters, 7 hrs.
Day 16: Kermi to Simikot (2950 m) 6 hrs.
Day 17: Fly to Nepalgunj-Kathmandu.
Flight KTM-Nepalgunj-Simikot and back to Kathmandu.
Local land transportation as per required for the trip.
Food and accommodation during the trek in tented basis organized.
Humla special entry permit and trekking permit.
English speaking guide and all required camping crews.
All allowances for Nepali support crews and their insurance.
Emergency rescue service.
Your personal expenses like donation to monasteries, charity or drinks.
Tip ti guide and porters.
Emergency rescue fees if in case needed....
Sleeping bag, Down jacket (-20 Gore-Tex), Trekking Polls, Sun glasses, Trekking boots, Sun and cold cream, Day pack to keep your daily using things like toilet paper, water bottle, chocolates and son on.
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