Meet the happiest people of Nepal living in the most beautiful corner of the country – Limi Valley Trekking
If you want to trek along the remotest and the least frequented trails of Nepal – Limi Valley Trek could appeal you the most. Limi Valley Trek that runs on the trails banking Karnali River, the longest River in Nepal has lot of wonderful aspects to offer to trekkers.
Most of the times Limi Valley Trek, chases the remote trails frequently emerging at traditional villages, where the lifestyle froze long time ago and remained the same- nomadic and authentic. Authentic Tibetan culture having typical Tibetan language, tradition and lifestyle are prominent cultural aspects seen during Limi Valley Trek. Villages like Halji and Gombayok are living museums trekkers encounter during the trek, where they could see the ancient Tibet at its best.
The major highlight of Limi Valley Trek involves the trek up to Gyuo Kharka 5150m, which caters an opportunity to sight the view that would make you fall in love with the beauty of nature. From the top of this pass, we see breathtaking beauty of alpine nature that include Himalayas like Saipal (7031m), Byas Rishi, Api, Kanjirowa, Kanti, Gorakh Himalayas. The beauty nature from here stretches until the Himalayan Peaks in Tibet, which include sacred Peak, Mt. Kailash and Gorlamdanda. The view of Lake Mansarovar lying at the foothills of Kailash is enchanting view to observe from the acme.
Trekking to Limi Valley also throws you an opportunity to peep into floral and faunal species, which are rare and endangered. Hundreds of species of herbal plants and animal species like blue sheep, wild horses and snow leopards can be sighted during the trek, if you are lucky enough.
This fascinating trek is an offbeat camping trek in far-west Nepal, where life seems easy despite every hardship the people of Limi Valley have endured for centuries.
Arrival Kathmandu – transfer hotel B/B plan – free time.Day 2
At leisure in Kathmandu – half day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu city and trek preparation hotel with B/B plan.Day 3
Free morning in Katmandu – afternoon Fly Nepalgunj – transfer hotelDay 4
Trek Simikot to Dharapori (2300m)Day 5
Dharapori to Salli Khola (2700m)Day 6
Salli Khola to Muchu (2920m)Day 7
Rest day with exploring the village.Day 8
Muchu to Yari village (4100m)Day 9
Yari village to Hilsa (3700m)Day 10
Hilsa to Manipeme, (3900m)Day 11
Manipeme to Til, (4100m)Day 12
Til to Halji, (3600m)Day 13
Halji to Sebuk, (3800m)Day 14
Sebuk to Nyalu base camp (Dhemochhe), (4300m)Day 15
Dhemochhe to Singjungma [2900m]Day 16
Singjungma to Laga Dhinga (3250m)Day 17
Laga Dhinga to Simikot (2950m)Day 18
Fly Simikot to Nepalgunj & to KathmanduDay 19
Depart onward destination.
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