Limi Valley Trek – Exceptional Trek to natural & cultural authenticity
“The rugged and remote trails to Limi Valley has very few footprints of travelers and hence the Limi Valley Trek will be one of the finest trekking experience in the highland Nepal where expecting the unexpected is certainty.”
The trek highlights the culture of settlements lying in the shores of Karnali River. The landscapes that vary at different points of the trek are eye-feasting & exceptional.
“Limi entertains few intrepid trekkers every year who prefer trekking to the offbeat destinations and admire extreme tranquility”
Limi Valley, a trans-Himalayan valley in Humla District of Nepal’s far-west Nepal region neighbors Tibet to its north. Limi is one of the few least frequented trekking destinations of Nepal. Its remoteness and its far-flung location have made this place Nepal’s offbeat trekking destination. However, Limi entertains few intrepid trekkers every year who prefer trekking to the offbeat destinations and admire extreme tranquility.
“Jam-packed with natural and cultural delights Limi, has the culture that is so closely attached to the Tibetan Culture”
Yes, Limi has it all. One of the few untrodden trails in the Himalayas that is still unexplored, the trekking trails to Limi have rugged terrains but enchantingly beautiful ones. The culture in the villages on the way to Limi and in the Limi Valley itself is so authentic that trekkers literally have the feeling of traveling back to time. Jam-packed with natural and cultural delights Limi, has the culture that is so closely attached to the Tibetan Culture. It might be because of the closer proximity with Tibet or because of the legacy that has been transferred from their Tibetan ancestors; the people of Limi are probably nicest people on earth despite of tough life they practice.
“The real lifestyle of the Himalayas can be observed in Limi. The three major villages trekkers encounter during Limi Valley Trek in Humla are Jang, Halji and Til, which clearly demonstrate the occupations, the people of Limi people have been involved into for their livelihood.”