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Humla (Limi valley) Trek, Nepal


Humla is the highest, most remote and northerly region of Nepal lying on the border of Tibet. Tucked in between the rugged mountains, it is highly inaccessible and thus, Humla can be categorized as one of the most remote places in the world. During this trek you have a chance to spot the elusive Snow leopard, blue sheep, jackals, hyenas and musk deer. Camping around the authentic small Buddhist villages and amazing spots with the beautiful snowcapped mountains are truly mystic. Walking through the desolate, stunning landscapes and experiencing Buddhism and Bonpo culture is truly an untouched experience in this trek. Century old Buddhist traditions, interwoven with shamanistic influences, are still an important part of daily life in this part.


Day 1: Kathmandu- Nepalgunj by Flight

Day 2: Nepalgunj-Simikot (2950m) by Flight

Day 3: Simikot- Dharapuri (2300m)

Day 5: Kermi- Yalbang (3020m)

Day 6: Yalbang – Muchu (3020m)

Day 7: Muchu- Yari(3700m)

Day 8: Yari- Hilsa (3720m) crossing the Nara La (4620m)

Day 9: Hilsa- Manepeme (3990m)

Day 10: Manepeme-Til (4000m)

Day 11: Til- Halji(3660m)

Day 12: Halji-Jang (3930m)

Day 13: Jang-Talung (4370m)

Day 14: Talung-Shinjungma (3620m), Crossing the Nyalu La (4949m)

Day 15: Shinjungma-Kermi (2670m)

Day 16: Kermi-Simikot (2950m)

Day 17: Flight Simikot-Nepalgunj-Kathmandu

Trek Facts:

Trip Duration: 17 Days

Maximum altitude: 4949m

Trek type: Teahouse/homestay/camping

Trek grade: Moderate/ Hard



Gangs Of Himalayan Guide Brothers

Bhagwan Bahal, Thamel

Kathmandu, Nepal


Phone: +9779849473401

Skype: mysticland.adventure




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