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Kailash Via Limi

Limi Valley, Kailash trekking will be unforgettable life time via Limi Valley. Your trekking point start an elevation of Simikot is 2960m. It is an expansive town with amazing situated 600 above the Karnali river of Humla district. Simikot, in the seasonal of wheat and barleyfield looks drametic miraculuos. 

There is an alternative route Nyalu La, it is higher route strong climbing through Yakba, Lekh Dika and pass over  Seichi La 4550m. After Seichi La, you may follow the small river which is joined to Chumsa khola{known as Salle khola}. There is still another optional route from that small river which follow to that Chumsa khola which bring you direct to Dhrmasala. It is through Kuki La 4900m. Over this route, loaded animals can not pass through out. However, we do not offer to this higher rout if you are going to Hilsa Via Limi valley because it can be serious Acute Mountain Sickness{AMS}. But if you are doing trek back to Simikot via Limi valley {rifst Kailash} you may trek it. In additional, this trek is lots of long up and down hill. From the Nyalu La pass, head about 25 minutes to northest for great eyefull views of Tibetan platue as well as the Mt. Kailash and Gurla Mandata in clear day.

The People of Limi valley, grows barley, wheat and potatos which is not enough to survive for whole year. The young  generation look for study and job out of Limi and elders stay in the village, carring for livestock, weaving and making material from Yak and Sheep wool. And they make wooden bowels which called “Phuru” in local language. The wooden used from trees of pine and maple. The bowels are costly by maple made.  It is export to Tibet/Lhasa and Kumaon northern India.The houses are made by stone and surounded to the Monastery. Their society and culture are Tibetan.

Tibet, where dream is realized for people who love the world and are looking for its naturally beauty, culturally vast and unlimited places to visit. It’s for the time being a shrine for religious free souls. It is the land of the legendary Shangri-la, and monasteries. The Tibet Himalayas has been the venue of wealthy legends and myths since a time, for that the river Brahmaputra is running the same way as it surged before mankind, and Ngari, the region called as the “Roof of The World”.It is land of home {Mt. Kailash} of the Gods and the holiest pilgrimages site for Buddhists, Hindus andas well as people of the Bon religion. Mt. Kailash’s brilliant icy peak is central to the Shamanic traditions that pervade many major religions of the world and whose followers believe this mountain "Gurula mandata", and nearby Nandadevi, is the meeting place of Heaven and Earth. You will visit Lakes Manasarovar and Rakash Tal nested in the lap of Mt. Kailash. Go to Tirthpuri where you will be fascinated by the historical Caves of Padmasambhava, an ancient Buddhist and the source of an abundant natural hot spring. Our tour will take us to Tsaparang the "Kingdom of Guge" and the ancient Tibetan residences. Tibet gives you experience of adventure and opportunity to explore the Himalayas ultimate pleasure of climbing and trekking activities.

It is situated one of the highest elevation with its impressive viewing. The year-round winter ice and snow that cover and seal this land and the slight broken waves of lakes let down.Tibet is the fine destination to trevelling where surrounded by mountains and lakes. It offers a spiritual journey highlighting one’s lifetime. It is centuries old caravan trails cross the strange landscape through hidden valleys to exotic cities all inhabited by the Tibetan Buddhists. Tibet is a land as mysterious as that millions of pilgrims are hold close it as the world center of holiness.

Trip Detail

  • Location: Kailash Via Limi
  • Duration: 30 days
  • Grade : Strenuous
  • Highest Access : 5630m
  • Best Season : May-Oct.
  • Accomodation: Tent
  • Transportation : Flight/bus
  • Group Size :
  • Trekking Mode :

Trip Itinerary Print This Itinerary

Day 01. Arrival to Kathmandu 1335m

Day 02. General information and Prepare for the trip

Day 03. Fly to Nepalgunj {150m} about an hour {evening time}

Day 04. Early morning fly about 50 minutes to Simikot{2910m} then trek to
              Dharapuri 2270m

Day 05. Trek to Kermi 2690m

Day 06. Trek to Chumsa/Salle Khola valley 3400m

Day 07. Trek to Dharmasala 4200m

Day 08. Trek to Nyalu La pass 4990m then down to Talung camp 4380m

Day 09. Trek to Jang 4070m

Day 10. Trek to Halji 3670m

Day 11. Rest day

Day 12. Trek to Til 3600m

Day 13. Trek to Manepeme 3970m

Day 14. Trek to Hilsa border then drive to Purang 3770m {Sleep in Hotel,Tibet}

Day 15. Drive to Tirthapuri 4320m {hot spring}

Day 16. Rest,excursion {washing day}

Day 17. Drive to Darchen 4670m {sleep in hotel}

Day 18. Trek to Drirapuk 5060m {start Mt. Kailash Kora}

Day 19. Trek to Dolma La pass 5630m then down valley to Zutulpuk 4700m

Day 20. Trek 3 hrs. then drive to Horcho 4582m {Manasarovar lake}

Day 21. Rest day

Day 22. Drive to Thrugu Gompa, possible to walk little and pick you
             up{Manasarovar lake}

Day 23. Drive to {in between visit Gosul Gompa}  Chiu Gompa camp, Manasarovar
              lake}

Day 24. Rest day

Day 25. Drive to near new Dzongba beside of the Bhramaputra or New
              Dzongba 4500m

Day 26. Drive to Pilku Tso lake 4330m {possible same day drive to Zhangmu border
              if you drive early morning}

Day 27. Drive to Zhangmu2300m{sleep in Hotel}

Day 28. Drive 20 minutes and then cross the friendship bridge then to Kathmandu

Day 29. Spare day {incase bad weather to fly to Simikot or any kinds of
             demonstration in Nepal site}

Day 30. Depart to home country

Cost Includes

  1. Land transfers in Nepal by private coach.
  2. Kathmandu –Nepalgunja-Simikot airfare.
  3. One night hotel on full board in Nepalgunj.
  4. Domestic airport tax.
  5. Necessities camping gears except sleeping bag and down jacket (it can be provided by company on rent USD 1 per piece per day 
  6. Humla/Simikot special permits.
  1. Kitchen and camping charges made by the locals.
  2. All veg or, non-veg foods supplying by our kitchen.
  3. All fuels supplying.
  4. All food, kitchen & camping staffs and equipment transfers by bus to Nepalgunja and by air to Simikot.
  5. Necessary mules for group luggage, camping/kitchen gears and foods from Simikot to Hilsa border.
  6. Yaks and Yaks men around the Kailash.
  7. All staffs salary and travel Insurance.
  8. 4 foreign pax = one 4500 model land cruiser.
  9. Supporting truck in Tibet.
  10. English speaking Nepali and Tibetan guide in Nepal/Tibet.
  11. All entry fees as per the itinerary.
  12. Chinese group visa fee and Tibet permit
  13. Fare well dinner in Kathmandu in the end of the tour.
  14. Guest house charge as per the itinerary
  15. Chinese Oxygen and first aid box.
  16. Rain protection duffel bags for group luggage
  17. Company Guarantee for Emergency evacuation (clients are required to have their own traveling Insurance which copied hand over to company)

 

Cost Excludes

  1. International air fare
  2. Extra night hotel and foods in Nepalgunja on flight cancellation to Simikot due to the bad weather.
  3. Helicopter charter cost to Simikot from Nepalgunja, on flight cancellation due to bad weather.
  4. Expenses of the personal nature and any alcoholic and soft drinks.
  5. Restaurant food bills in the tour, if the clients decide to go in the restaurant during our camping period.
  6. Guesthouses cost where ever out of the plan.
  7. Nepal re-entry visa fee.
  8. Riding horse/Yak along the trek.
  9. Extra porter for the personal day bag pack.
  10. Extra cost on natural disasters.
  11. Extra night hotels in Kathmandu than plan

    Note: - Hotel rates might increase in-between than now given prices 

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Contact Informations  

Nepal Kailash Trekking P. Ltd.{Nepal HimalayaTreks}
Nayabazaar 16, kathmandu, Nepal
Phone No : +977 1 4365099
Mobile No : +977 9851064386 { 24 hrs }
Email : nepalkailashtrekking@gmail.com
            asangurung@gmail.com
Web : www.nepalhimalayatreks.com