Trip Profile

 Group size: 1 to 12 people  Highest Alt: 4949 m
 Duration: 19Days  Grade:  Moderate
 Arrival on: Kathmandu, Nepal  Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal
 Type of trek: camping/ teahouse 
 Best season:  Spring, Summer & Autumn

Depend on group size

Trip introduction

Limi Valley Trekking is the last remaining area of true wilderness in Nepal. Limi Valley is an isolated valley extending from the border of the Himalayan pass Hilsa  and Chang La between Nepal and Tibet and is tucked deep in the wilderness of Humla. It happens to be one of the few places on earth where true adventure to the  unknown lies ahead. The only means of transportation are mules, donkeys and horses.Limi Valley Treks start from Nepalgunj to Simikot by air and it is from Simikot,  the administrative headquarters of Humla, that the trek commences. Trekkers get to walk the ancient salt trading and religious trails all the way up to the border of  China and Nepal as they get to get a glimpse of Mt Kailash, Mt Saipal, Mt Mendun and Ghur-La Manadala. Along the way, there are natural waterfalls,hot springs and  dense forests. Marmot, wolf, wild yak, blue sheep, wild ass, hare, Himalayan black beer are some of the animal that dwell in this region. Occasionally, highly  endangered mammals like the blue sheep and snow leopard can be spotted in this exotic region. Once you reach the Limi valley, you will pass through barley and  buckwheat fields, different villages. Since Limi Valley borders Tibet, the locals are of Tibetan descendants with their unique norms, culture and traditions and even their  own dialect.Their sources of income are animal husbandry and occasionally, trading of goods. You can notice that the culture has been well preserved here. From the top of Gyuckarka which lies at an altitude of 5000 meters, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Nepalese Himalayas including Saipal, Kanjirawa, Kanti, Gorakh, Rishi Himalayan range. We at Global Adventure Trekking take it as our prime responsibility to ensure our clients get the most out of their trip and hence, take into account the most minute of details.



Day 01 : Kathmandu to Nepalgunj by air 1hrs. or by bus 9hrs. Over night at Guest House.

Day 02 : Nepalgunj to Simikot by air -Trek to Dharapuri 2400m.O/N

Day 03 : Dharapuri- Sally Khola 6hrs.

Day 04 : Sally Khola-Muchu 6 hrs.

Day 05 : Muchu Khola 2845m - Yari 5.5hrs.

Day 06 : Yari- Hilsa 6hrs.

Day 07 : Hilsa to Manepeme. 4hrs.3720m. Dharmsala to Talung camp 7.5hrs. 4600m.

Day 08 : Manepene to Til 8hrs. 3970m. Talung camp to Jang 7hrs.4150m.

Day 09 : Til to Halji 4hrs.3670m.

Day 10 : Halji to Jang 4hrs.3970m.

Day 11 : Jang – Rest day for acclimatization.

Day 12 : Jang to Yak Kharka 6hrs.

Day 13 : Yak Kharka to View point 7 hrs

Day 14 : Trek to Talung Base Camp 4370m

Day 15 : Talung base camp over a pass to Talung. 7hrs.

Day 16 : Talung to Shingungma

Day 17 : Shingungma to Dhinga Laga

Day 18 : Dinga Laga to Simikot 4hrs.

Day 19 : Flight to Nepalganj to Kathmandu.

Cost Includes

Cost Includes

Two night hotels in Kathmandu on BB plan in 3 stars hotel. Additional 200/- USD for 5 stars hotel
 trekking permit
 National park permit
3 times meal a day and hot drinks during the trekking
Guide and porter
All the transportation in Nepal
Hotel during trekking
Guide and porter insurance

Cost Excludes

Cost Excludes

 Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
Alcoholic drinks
Personnel travel insurance we don’t get it in Nepal for foreigners
Tips to staffs if you like