Limi Valley Trekking

Nepal
 2249 USD
  • Limi Valley trekking

Limi valley is an ancient and rarely visited valley situated at the far western corner of Nepal. This trek takes us to a rare, mystic and to the off beaten area that takes us back to the ancient time. Limi valley trek provides the trekkers with a glance of seldom visited, untouched and unseen, ancient Tibetan culture and sceneries unaffected by modern development. Likewise, local people follow the Tibetan culture, Lifestyle, food, custom, and letters.

The valley is full of practically fabulous sceneries and culturally diverse trekking destination of Nepal. The trek begins from Kathmandu valley to Simikot through flight, lowest point 2910m/9,547ft). Simikot is also known as a gateway to Mt. Kailash. While passing through the journey, we will get chance to explore dazzling landscape, meadows, barren rock hills, jungle, grassy pastures, rivers, birds, and vegetations, grassy pastures, barren rock hills, etc.

The trek offers view of mountain peaks such as Mt.Api,Mt. Kailash, Mt. Saipal(7030m), Mt. Kanjiroba, Kanti, Byas Rishi, etc and other sceneries like cliff, occupied of gorgeous, Fauna, Flora, unique formation of land, and experience many wild animals such as wolf, Himalayan black bear, wild yak and snow leopard.

Trip Highlight

Highlights of the trek

Buddhism and Bonpo culture

Cross two adventures high passes around 5000 meters with spectacular views of the Himalayas

Walk desolate, stunning landscapes

Sleep in authentic Buddhist villages and camping in amazing spots amidst the snowcapped mountains

Wild life of snow leopard, blue sheep, jackals, hyenas and musk deer

Where the Tibetan culture still continues relatively untouched

  • Outline Itinerary

    Day 1 :  Arrival in Kathmandu

    Day 2 :  City tour in Kathmandu and permit arrangement

    Day 3 :  Fly to Nepaljung

    Day 4 :  Fly to Simikot then trekking to Dharapuri

    Day 5 :  Trekking to salli Khole

    Day 6 :  Trekking to Muchu

    Day 7 :  Trekking to Thuldhunga

    Day 8 :  Trekking Hilsa

    Day 9 :  Trekking to Manepema

    Day 10 :  Trekking to Til

    Day 11 :  Trekking to Limi village

    Day 12 :  Trekking to Yang

    Day 13 :  Exploration around

    Day 14 :  Trekking to Talung

    Day 15 :  Trekking toDhingba

    Day 16 :  Trekking to Yakba

    Day 17 :  Trekking to Simikot

    Day 18 :  Fly to Nepaljung and Kathmandu

    Day 19 :  Free day in Kathmandu

    Day 20 :  Departure

  • Day to Day Detail Itinerary

    Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu

    Day 2 : City tour in Kathmandu and permit arrangement

    Day 3 : Fly to Nepaljung

    Kathmandu to Nepalgunj by bus takes about 9hrs but flight takes about 45 minutes. How ever the transport we take, we have to stay in Nepalgunj overnight.

    Day 4 : Fly to Simikot then trekking to Dharapuri

    Mostly the flight leaves in the morning and just takes about 45 minutes. As soon as you landed in Simikot GAT staffs will meet you and take you to the camp. Your trek goes up hill through the wheat and barley field to Yakba. This top affords the great views of Humla Karnali valley. Steeply down to Masigaon for lunch and again down to Yakba Khola and cross the metal suspension bridge to Dharapuri.

    Day 5 : Trekking to salli Khole

    Walk over a ridge onto big valley of potatoes, buckwheat and barly field. The path is level and walnut tree and apricot trees makes more buety of the area. Passing the Police check post and Thakuri village and last rice cultivation to the harash land.

    Day 6 : Trekking to Muchu

    After you left the camp sites the path goes gradually up & down hill through the forest. Passing Yak shepherds, water falls and many western part of mountain ranges. Near Kermi there is Natural hot spring which is perfect place for for washing and taking bathe. Walk through big valley of potatoes and buckwheat field then walk through the pine forest and trek down to Chumsa Khola. Cross the river and walk rocky part of the hill to Muchu. Overnight at Camp.

    Day 7 : Trekking to Thuldhunga

    Day 8 : Trekking Hilsa

    Day 9 : Trekking to Manepema

    Day 10 : Trekking to Til

    Day 11 : Trekking to Limi village

    Day 12 : Trekking to Yang

    Day 13 : Exploration around

    Day 14 : Trekking to Talung

    Day 15 : Trekking toDhingba

    Day 16 : Trekking to Yakba

    Day 17 : Trekking to Simikot

    Day 18 : Fly to Nepaljung and Kathmandu

    Day 19 : Free day in Kathmandu

    Day 20 : Departure

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              Facts of Trip

              Destiantion: Nepal

              Duration: 20 Day(s)

              Trip Grade: Challenginng

              Altitude: 4950

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