Simikot Hilsa Limi Circuit Trek takes you to one of the most remote regions in western Nepal. This trek covers a wide range of climate zones from tropical to alpine. The trail on the trek goes along the longest river in Nepal- Karnali to explore the Limi Valley. You get to explore both Nepal and Tibet and learn about the cultures and traditions in both countries.
Simikot Hilsa Limi Circuit Trek passes many isolated yet beautiful villages of Khas and Tibetan communities. You can also acknowledge their history and visit the old monasteries built more than a thousand years ago. The main highlights of this trek are the wildlife and the natural beauty of remote western Nepal. You trek on completely off-beaten tracks and head to the Limi Valley.
After a day of sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley, you fly to Nepalgunj the next day. Then, you take a short flight to Simikot and a short walk will take you to Dharapuri. The trek continues to Kermi along the Karnali River. Further, you head to Yalbang passing Khyung monastery in Namkha. From Yalbang, you trek to Tumkot and continue to Yuri. You visit Chutok and Yangzi monasteries in Yuri. Passing Nara La Pass (4560m), you trek to Hilsa. Then, you trek to three villages in the Limi Valley: Til, Halji, and Jang. Next, you’ll trek to Shinjungma via Talung across Nyalu La Pass (5001m). You’ll then return to Simikot through Kermi and fly to Nepalgunj and then Kathmandu.