Limi Valley Trek is a once-in-a-lifetime 19-day long experience in far western Nepal. It showcases the off-beat trekking route in the Humla district of Nepal. Limi Valley explores the remote villages close to the Nepal-Tibet border. As a result of its isolation, culture, and traditions are still intact to date. The trek focuses on the ancient trading route between Nepal and Tibet.
on Limi Valley Trek is like going back in time. The houses, gompas, and monuments are ancient yet preserved. You can clearly see the amazing vistas of bordering snow-capped peaks. One can also find several high-altitude climatic faunas along the trekking trails. Moreover, the culture and tradition of the villages along the ancient Silk Route.
Firstly, the Limi Valley Trek begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. Another flight from Nepalgunj leads to Simikot as you soar above the hilly landscape of far-western Nepal. The ascent to Dharapuri begins the trek. Continuing along, the trip passes Kermi and Yalbang to reach Tumkot. Tumkot to Yari officially marks the crossing of 3700 meters in altitude. Yari leads to Hilsa by crossing the Nara La at 4620 meters. As the trip officially enters the Limi Valley, you explore the villages of Til, Jang, and Halji. The trek then descends to Talung. Crossing the Nara La Pass (4949m), the highest point on the trek, you return to Kermi. Finally, two consecutive flights to Nepalgunj and Kathmandu mark the end of the trip.