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20 Days 19 Nights
Availability : Spring and Autumn
Thamel Kathmandu
Humla Limi Valley
Min Age : 16
Max People : 15

Humla Limi Valley Trek 

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  • Wi-Fi: Some Place
  • Maximum Altitude: 4990 meters
  • Walking: 5 to 7 hours /day

Overview

A trip to the Humla Limi Valley Trek is a wonderful “off the beaten track” in the western Himalayas of Nepal. Along with exploring the Karnali River, this trip takes you to the untested Upper Limi valley. However, Halji, Til, and Dzang combine the brutal past with beautiful Tibetan culture and traditions. So there is the main attraction of the Humla Limi village tour along with the scenic beauty. Limi Valley seems to have been almost wholly forgotten in time. The current input is low. Middle-looking villages, an equally historical culture, and an ancient way of life, they can experience firsthand the journey. Thus, Limi Valley proved a hidden treasure in western Nepal.

The Limi Valley tour was open to the public in 2002 due to its proximity to the Tibetan border. Protecting the vulnerable area follows the trade in history and the pilgrim route on rough trails and high plateaus. The region attracts very few tourists, ensuring that plants and animals remain available for future generations. It is considered one of the most inaccessible places in Humla. However, the Buddhist tradition of the ages is still present. The Humla Limi Valley Trek offers the beauty of the mountains and a visit to the most sacred Mount Kailash.

The Limi Valley is the only place you can still see Tibetan culture and way of life, thanks to the marital relations between Western Nepal and Tibet. Your journey follows the ancient salt trade route and the trek to the Nepal-China border, crossing the Nara La pass and Nyalu La with amazing Himalayan views.

The unique scenery of Humla Limi Valley Trekking offers excellent opportunities to see rare blue and leopard snow leopards. This major expedition highlights a particular aspect of Nepal rather than that of some of the traditional hiking trails. It also provides a glimpse of the typical Tibetan world without going through the process of getting there.

The trail passes through yak pastures, cultivated land, along rivers and waterways, down ravines, and through fascinating villages. In the view of the Yak Kharka (4,900m), there are spectacular views of Mount Kailash in Tibet. Until recently, it was possible to continue this journey with the traditional pilgrim trail to Mt Kailash, but the Chinese Government stopped the practice. Evidence of the relationship between Humla and Tibet can be seen in the flags and prayer stones along the paths and beautiful stones (Tibetan cities) and the 1,000-year-old Rising Ling Gompa.

This fantastic journey highlights a different side of Nepal than the one seen on some of the traditional travel routes. It also offers a glimpse of the mysterious Tibetan world without going through the process of getting there! This journey’s extraordinary views and sounds are more than just making for challenging mountains for some long days.

Trek Overview

  • Destination: Limi Valley
  • Starting point: Kathmandu
  • Ending point: Kathmandu
  • Maximum Altitude: 4990 meters
  • No. of days: 20 days 
  • Best season: Spring and autumn / March-May and September to November
  • Group size: 1-15 Pax 

Trek Highlights

  • Travel for two weeks through the excellent and varied Limi Valley
  • Follow the Karnali River as it cuts through the splendid rock formation
  • You get to relax and calm yourself down in the hot springs of Chigzur
  • Exceed more than 16,000 ft. (4,900 m)
  • Explore the Buddhist monasteries or Gumba. 
  • A realistic concept of adventure, remote mountain lifestyles in Nepal and Tibet
  • A great view of the unique nature of the Tibetan Buddhist culture and rich flora and fauna
  • The spectacular scenery of Mount Kailash, the frozen Himalayas, but for the rest of your life
  • Lovely, high meadows and a paradise for plants and animals

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m/ 4428ft.)
  • Day 02: Spare day in Kathmandu (1350m/ 4428ft.)
  • Day 03: Flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj (165 m/ 541 ft.)
  • Day 04: Flight to Simikot (3000m/ 9, 842 ft.)
  • Day 05: Simikot to Dharapori (2900 m/ 9, 514 ft.)
  • Day 06: Dharapori to Kermi (3150 m/ 10, 334 ft.)
  • Day 07: Kermi to Yalbang (3048 m/ 10, 000 ft.)
  • Day 08: Yalbang to Tumkot Khola (2850 m/ 9350 ft.)
  • Day 09: Tumkot to Thado Dunga (3750m/ 12, 300 ft.)
  • Day 10: Yari to Hilsa (3640m/ via Nara La Pass (4507m/ 14, 786 ft.)
  • Day 11: Hilsa to Manipeme (3930m/ 12, 900 ft.)
  • Day 12: Manipeme to Til Village (4100 m/ 13, 500 ft.)
  • Day 13: Til village to Chagzur hot springs via Halji (4,100 m/13,451 ft.)
  • Day 14: Acclimatization day at Chagzur (Tashi Thang) hot spring 
  • Day 15: Chagzur to Jade/Nyalu base camp (4990m/ 14, 000 ft.)
  • Day 16: Nyalu base camp to Sheng Jungma (3620 m/ 11, 876 ft.)
  • Day 17: Sheng Jungma to Langdogd Base (4180 m/ 13, 713 ft.) 
  • Day 18: Langdogd Base to Lekh Dinga (3890 m/ 12, 800 ft.)
  • Day 19: Lekh Dinga to Simikot (2910 m/ 9550 ft.)
  • Day 20: Flight from Simikot – Nepalgunj – Kathmandu

Departure & Return Location

Thamel Marga Central Thamel Kathmandu  (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • Airport pick up & final departure by private vehicle.
  • Welcome & farewell cultural dinner.
  • Three nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • A day three meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) on your choice from the menu during the treks.
  • Seasonal fruits.
  • Standard tea house during the treks.
  • Equipment as like (sleeping bags, down jackets, duffle bags, walking poles, crampons) to be returned after the trip is complete.
  • All needed ground transportation mention on the itinerary.
  • A strong porter (2:1) one porter carrying two member’s bags including all his meals, accommodation, salary, transportation, insurance & many more…
  • An excellent government licensed holder guide including all his meals, accommodation, salary, transportation, insurance & many more…
  • All needed permit & national park fees.
  • Trekking route map.
  • First aid kid box including oximeter & pulse meter checker.
  • An emergency helicopter rescue services, if in case.
  • An achievement certificate.
  • Government tax & service charge.

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses as like the phone & camera charging, hot shower, wifi
  • Tips to guide & porter
  • Extra an activities, in case if you have an extra day on your holidays.
  • All kind of drinks as like mineral water, beer, tea, coffee, juice, Coke, Fanta, and hard drinks.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu, in case if you return earlier from the treks.
  • UNESCO entrance fee
  • Lunch & dinner during stay in city.

Complementaries

  • Trekking Pole
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Dawn Jacket
What to Expect
  • Travel for two weeks through the excellent and varied Limi Valley
  • Follow the Karnali River as it cuts through the splendid rock formation
  • You get to relax and calm yourself down into the hot springs of Chigzur
  • Exceed more than 16,000 ft. (4,900 m)
  • Explore the Buddhist monasteries or Gumba.
  • A realistic concept of adventure, remote mountain lifestyles in Nepal and Tibet
  • A great view of the unique nature of the Tibetan Buddhist culture and rich flora and fauna
  • The spectacular scenery of Mount Kailash, the frozen Himalayas, but for the rest of your life
  • Lovely, high meadows and a paradise for plants and animals
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Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m/ 4428ft.)

Max. Altitude: Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428 ft.)

Meals Included: Dinner 

Our representative will meet you at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. You can immediately proceed to your chosen Kathmandu accommodation. You are free to spend the day any way you see fit. 

Some well-known eateries in Kathmandu can also be visited. Your guide will provide you with information on the walk in the afternoon. 

You will spend your night in Kathmandu in a hotel. You can also stroll around the streets to explore the nightlife in the city

Day 2: Spare day in Kathmandu (1350m/ 4428ft.)

Trip duration: Half-day

Maximum altitude: Kathmandu (1350m/ 4428ft.)

Meals included: Breakfast 

Our itinerary package includes a short tour to the Kathmandu valley before darting towards Bhadrapur. After breakfast, we will take you to UNESCO world heritage sites inside the Kathmandu valley. 

Half a day is not enough to visit all the heritage sites; we can take you to see trendy places, Pashupatinath temple, and Bouddhanath Stupa. 

Our representative will be at your hotel to pick you up. He will then drive you to Pashupatinath temple first. Pashupatinath temple is a sacred and religious place for Hindu pilgrims as well as devotees. 

After that, you will visit Boudhanath stupa, which takes about 20-25 minutes by four-wheelers from Pashupatinath temple. Bouddhanath stupa is again one of the religious places for Buddhists, yet people of all religions can visit. You can also do personal shopping on the way or during the visit. 

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj (165 m/ 541 ft.)

Kilometers: 366 km

Flight duration: 55 minutes

Maximum altitude: 541 ft. 

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

A spectacular afternoon flight takes me to Mahendra Airport in Nepalgunj, the largest city in the tropical Terai, a region bordering the western border of Nepal and India. The drive to the hotel passes through the old village, which is a step backward into Nepal ‘ ancient’. Stay overnight in a comfortable and excellent hotel. Ensure a good night’s sleep as you get up early the following day.

Day 04: Flight to Simikot (3000m/ 9, 842 ft.)

Kilometers: Kathmandu to Bhadrapur to Taplejung (481 km)

Flight duration: Bhadrapur (50 min)

Trek Duration: Taplejung 

Maximum altitude: 236 Ft.  

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Wake up early the following day by a plane heading north to Simikot, the regional capital of Humla, north of the hill overlooking the Humla Karnali River. The aircraft is impressive, hovering over the tops of the many snow-capped peaks. If the flight arrives on time, you will arrive before lunch and be greeted by your friendly team.

Simikot is an eclectic village, and its location as a gateway to Mount Kailash and Western Tibet gives it a variety of sensations. The integration of local Humla and Tibetan culture offers endless and exciting opportunities for exploration. The Simikot is located at about 10,000 ft (3,000 m) in height, so you will probably feel the effects of the size. Take a deep breath today, make sure you drink plenty of water and take breaks as you roam the village.

Day 5: Simikot to Dharapori (2900 m/ 9, 514 ft.)

Trip duration: 4-5 hours 

Maximum altitude: 9, 514 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Your journey today begins with a short climb of about an hour to a little over 9,800 ft. After passing, the long descent and ascent to Dharapori. Your journey today will take about 4-5 hours, and it will take you up the Karnal River, partially through the pine forests and through a few villages. Along the way, you will meet local people, both Hindus and Buddhists, who sometimes carry their heavy loads and climb uphill. At night your first camp at night, with a site near the Karnal River.

Day 6: Dharapori to Kermi (3150 m/ 10, 334 ft.)

Trip duration: 4-5 hours

Maximum altitude: 10 334 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Your walk today is short, giving you a chance to recover. The trail continues along the Karnali River, sometimes up a steep slope; the river is much below you and sometimes sinks back down so that the course is almost equal to the water. This part of the river flows through narrow ravines with high rocky slopes. You will travel through mountains of barley, buckets, rice, and potatoes.

In the afternoon you can relax in one of the two hot springs of nature near the city. It takes about 30 minutes to climb up the slope, past the village of Kermi. Kermi is a small agricultural village and is the first Buddhist village on the route (from Kermi onwards, all towns are Buddhist). There are two exciting monasteries near Kermi: Laikyo Gompa, a few hundred years old, about 45 minutes from the camp, and Lhundrup Choeling Gompa, about 30 minutes from the center. Tourists frequently visit both.

 

Day 7: Kermi to Yalbang (3048 m/ 10, 000 ft.)

Trip duration: 8 hours

Maximum altitude: 10 000 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

 

Today the trail goes up or down the hill a little bit, passing along barren mountains planted with barley and buckwheat. On a sunny day, you can see beautiful lizards basking in the sun on the rocks. After 2 hours, you will cross a small plateau. A 20-meter descent to a large metal suspension bridge over the Sali River.

This trek through the beautiful pine forests. Below you will see the green emerald River of Karnali. Once again, you can meet a host of mules and dzopas (crossbreed of yak and cow). The travelers are primarily villagers from Simikot and Nininba Valley east of Simikot. They go (or return) to Taklakot, across the border with Tibet, to buy commercial goods.

You will arrive in Yalbang after 5-6 hours of travel. Above the village is a magnificent monastery: the Namkha Khyung Dzong Monastery. You will see that you are approaching the sanctuary with an extensive Tibetan mantra engraved on it. Namkha Khyung Dzong is the largest monastery in the region, with about 130 monks living there. A Buddhist monk will be happy to show you, after which you will be invited for tea at the top.

Day 8: Yalbang to Tumkot Khola (2850 m/ 9350 ft.)

Trip duration: 5 hours

Maximum altitude: 9350 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

From Yalbang, the road goes up the Karnali River again. After about 20 minutes, you will pass the village of Yangar. The most common route is the “Nepali Flat”: fl in sections, some on the ascent, and some on the descent. Some road sections are wonderfully carved in the rock, and you will find yourself walking through a three-dimensional tunnel. You will see the environment change as the rockier and the more giant pine trees form the path of smaller shrubs. He crosses the Karnal River with a large wooden suspension bridge.

Here, the road rises to the top of the Karnal River and the upper side of the deep ravine. Below, you will see the evergreen Emerald River. Along the way, you may encounter a flock of salt-bearing sheep, a work that has survived to our day. After 3-4 hours, you will arrive at the beautiful village of Muchu. An hour’s drive to Takkot – the main route does not pass through the town of Takkot but instead passes through some small tea stairs and a camp. The whole trip today will take six hours.

The actual village of Tumkot is 20 minutes south of the road. Near the camp and in the town is the Dhungkar Choezom Monastery, one of the most important Sakya monasteries in the Tibetan region. It is a 20-30 minute drive to the monastery. Still, it is worth the effort: this is the only Sakya monastery in Humla and one of the few monks of this generation in Nepal.

Day 9:Tumkot to Thado Dunga (3750m/ 12, 300 ft.)

Kilometers: 

Trip duration: 7 hours 

Maximum altitude: 12 300 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Leaving the Takumot, the route goes up slowly but steadily, where a small hill climbs in the middle. Soon after leaving the village, you will see the earth’s shape change: it becomes more rocky and desolate. The few remaining trees are low juniper trees. Part of the route passes through a dirt road that is currently under construction.

It is not yet clear when and when the road will be completed. You will cross the small town of Pani Palwang – just a few blocks from the street – making it a great place to have tea or lunch. One hour to Thado Dunga, just after Yari. Your trip today will take a total of 7 hours, and you will just camp across the Yari valley.

Day 10: Yari to Hilsa (3640m/ via Nara La Pass (4507m/ 14, 786 ft.)

Trip duration: 5-6 hours

Maximum altitude: 14, 786 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Today you cross the Nara La pass by 14,000 ft (4,330 m). It’s been a long and tedious hike, but the view is your reward! As the trail goes up, the area becomes more and more desolate. The trees are entirely disappearing, and the landscape looks more like Tibet. Sometimes you will come across huge mules or yaks. You will pass a few tea bowls at Tado Dunga, and from here, the trail becomes steep.

It’s two hours to go up the aisle, and in the event of a snowstorm, it will take a while. Typically, this day trip takes 5-6 hours. About half an hour from the passage, you will cross a few large tents (tent hotels, serving food and drinks). You can see Nara La passing in the distance, but it is still a difficult climb to get there because of the altitude. You will see the passing of piles of stones and the ropes of Tibetan prayer, moving prayers away from the strong wind. You have fantastic views of central Tibet and head back to Yari far below.

On the other side of the globe, it seems to be in Tibet. Barren mountains surround it in brown tones, cups, ashes, and dark yellow. From the transfer, it is a long descent to Hilsa, near the border with Tibet.

Day 11:Hilsa to Manipeme (3930m/ 12, 900 ft.)

Trip duration: 4-5 hours

Maximum altitude: 12 900 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Hilsa is the nearest port of Tibet- at peak times, you will see thousands of Indian travelers crossing the border towards Mount Kailash in Tibet. After breakfast, you will cross the Humla Karnali River suspension bridge and quickly turn north along the newly constructed road to the Limi Valley, as you will not scratch the Nepal-Tibet border. The valley is famous for the snow leopards and the bharal, the lush Himalayas. After traveling for 4-5 hours, you will camp in Manipeme at an altitude of 3,930 meters. The camp gets its name from Mani Mantra engraved on a large rock.

Day 12: Manipeme to Til Village (4100 m/ 13, 500 ft.)

Trip duration: 7-8 hours

Maximum altitude: 13 500 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

From Manipeme, you will cross the Chenglungma caravan camp before reaching the old Cha-sa Nam-ka Dzong cave. Being in a good location and being close to much wood has made it famous for shelter.

Today’s distance seems short, but the route from Hilsa to Til is a bit steep and takes about 7 hours. It is dry, vertical, and flaky. He walks along the Trans Himalaya Dread Path, which gets its name from the wrong places and the route of the beast. Carefully tread on the trail as you roam the yak and sheep, returning from the border with fully loaded trade packs.

There are three villages in the district of Limit-Til, Halji, and Jang. Til is located at about 13,500 ft (4,100 m) and is surrounded by barley fields on the city’s west side. The village is close to the Tibet-China border and is the smallest of the three towns. Thirty families are living here. To the village’s right, you will find the 300-year-old palace of Kunum Do-Nag monastery, worth a visit.

Day 13: Til village to Chagzur hot springs via Halji (4,100 m/13,451 ft.)

Trip duration: 7 hours

Maximum altitude: 13,451 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Today’s trek begins with an hour’s trek down to Tiljung. Just below Tiljung, you will reach Tagtsi Khola, a large river on the Karnali River, which flows eastwards along with the villages of Jang and Halji towards Til. From Tiljung, cross a stop bridge over the river, and continue right. Follow the Tagtsi River into a small village facing east for about two hours. You will reach another bridge across the same river. Pass the bridge and go to the left. Then, traveling northeast for about half an hour, you will arrive at a beautiful spot on the plain of Halji village.

Halji is the largest and most important village in Limi, and its 800-year-old Rinchhen Ling Gompa monastery is to be seen. Visit the palace and turn east, walking along a beautiful wide path past the beautiful Buddhist entrance and the walls of Mani. From there, walk another 1.5 hours to reach the village of Jang, with a 250-year-old palace. From Jang, another hour trip will take you to your destination where you are welcome: the hot springs of Chagzur.

Day 14: Acclimatization day at Chagzur (Tashi Thang) hot spring

Today is your day off, after a long and tiring 10-day trip. However, you have two options: either a day off and a time to wash clothes and relax in the tropical baths. If the weather is favorable, you will have the opportunity to see Mt. Kailash and Holy Lake Manasarovar in Tibet from Lapcha Syar 16,000 ft (4,900 m). For those pedestrians who want to see the panoramic view of Kailash and Manasarovar, you will need to rent a truck (this can be easily arranged) as road access from Tibet can be poor. Getting up to the viewing area and returning to camp will take about 5-6 hours.

Day 15:Chagzur to Jade/Nyalu base camp (4990m/ 14, 000 ft.)

Trip duration: 7 hours

Maximum altitude: 14 000 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

From the hot springs of Chagzur, on your way to Tagtsi, the old caravan routes to Humla-Manasorover and Humla-Limi will meet. About half an hour before arriving in Tagtsi, you will reach a new destination from Tugling. It has a VHF telephone service and a restaurant run by Language people.

You have two options from here to the Nyalu camp: if you cross the river, there is a shorter route on the new road; the longest trail runs through Tagtsi and is even more beautiful. Just across the Tagtsi Bridge to your right, you will see one of the ruined language villages. The ruined city was once the oldest village in Limi village, known as Tshamdo or Zambuk (also known as the ruined village of Lama Palya). Nowadays, its ruins and Chorten (Buddhist stupa) can be seen.

From Zambuk, you need to cross the Nyingchhu River, which flows into Tshomgo Lake. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Tshomgo Lake and the spread of the Talung pasture. You can also see the camp of Limi and Humli herdsmen and the shepherds of the Jade / Nyalu camp. Today’s trip will take about 7 hours.

Day 16: Nyalu base camp to Sheng Jungma (3620 m/ 11, 876 ft.)

Trip duration: 7-8 hours

Maximum altitude: Tshongsa meadow (13,600 ft.)

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

From the Nyalu camp, it can take two to three hours to climb to the top of the Nyalu Pass (14,000 ft / 4,990 m). When you stand on the ground, you are surrounded by several mountains. If you go down to Nyalu Pass, you will see a small lake set in Sheliman Lake. 

From Sheliman Lake, you will descend along the Tshongsa meadow at 13,600 ft (4,140 m) and cross the Tshongsa River, where you will enter the first vegetation: the rhododendron forest. As you pass, you will also see the majestic cliffs of Tshongsa and the spectacular waterfalls of Tshongsi Tsan (Tshongsa Wild Demon). After a 7-hour trek, about an hour from the rocks of Tshongsa, you will reach the pastures of Sheng Jungma in a dense jungle.

Day 17: Sheng Jungma to Langdogd Base (4180 m/ 13, 713 ft.)

Trip duration: 3-4 hours

Maximum altitude: 13, 713 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Today your route is across the Tshongsa River. Start at the left bank of Zhetse River and head east. Climb for about 3-4 hours, then cross the same river to the right. Before crossing the bridge, you can visit the summer camp of the pastoralists of the Chadadok district. You will see the beauty of the Zetse valley and visit the pastoral camp of the village of Dinga (known as Langdogd Base).

Day 18: Langdogd Base to Lekh Dinga (3890 m/ 12, 800 ft.)

Trip duration: 2-3 hours

Maximum altitude: 12 800 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

From the camp, you will climb up the forest toward Langdogd Pass. From the corridor, you will need to descend steeply through juniper and birch forests to Takhor Khola. After crossing a stream and walking for about 1.5 hours, you will reach the Laga Dinga camp, also known as Lek Dinga, at 3,890 meters. 

This is the summer village of Laga Dinga and used to be the autumn trading center for Limi and south of Humli People. It is a beautiful and pleasant place to sleep all night.

Day 19: Lekh Dinga to Simikot (2910 m/ 9550 ft.)

Trip duration: 7 hours

Maximum altitude: 9550 ft.

Meals included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

You will start your day today by passing through the villages of Yapka and Tangin on your left and Lower Dinga on your right. From there, descend for an hour and a half until you reach Yapka Khola, at an altitude of 2,600 feet. After crossing a wooden bridge, head for the village of Thakuri in Okra for more than two hours.

From the village, walk for about three hours on the new road to Simikot Lagna. Here you will have a great view of the Nininba valley. After a 15-minute drive downhill, you reach Simikot, the provincial capital of Humla. After a 7-hour day, relax at the Simikot guest house before continuing your journey back to Kathmandu the next day.

Day 20: Flight from Simikot - Nepalgunj – Kathmandu

Flight duration: total 2 hours 

Trip duration: 

Maximum altitude: 

Meals included: Dinner

Today, your travel journey is coming to an end. After breakfast in the morning, you will have a little time to relax. You will soon arrive at the airport on your way back to Kathmandu. In the afternoon, you will have free time to visit exciting places or make one last purchase in Kathmandu. Take your flight home from Tribhuwan International Airport, or extend your stay in Nepal. 

Because it’s a farewell, you will have an authentic Nepali dinner with us on your last day. We will provide you the feed for the previous day and enjoy together recalling all the memories you made during the trek. 

Day 21:Departure from Kathmandu

Take a last walk through the streets before returning to your destination. You can enjoy it; it can be your final shop or purchase of souvenir. You will have a few great stories to tell at the end of the experience.

Our representative will take you before the planned departure time to Tribhuvan International Airport. In the future, we look forward to seeing you again.

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FAQ

Where will I be accommodated?

During your time in Kathmandu, you will find a hotel for yourself, and during the trek, we will be camping, or if found any lodge, we will be staying there.

What are the meals provided during the trek?

When in Kathmandu, we will provide you only breakfast on the first day and then only dinner on the last day. While trekking, you will be provided with a full broad meal, i.e., breakfast, lunch, and dinner

What are the transportation services?

We will provide you airport pick-up and drop service, any flight fare mentioned in the itinerary.

Should I be physically fit for the trek?

Yes, of course. Health contributes to an excellent experience for this trek. Thus, you need to know that you need to walk for an average of 6-7 hours a day. Again, the most challenging part would be on the higher elevation, where you might get altitude sickness because oxygen level decreases at the moment.

What are the requirements for a Nepal visa?

You need to carry two passport-sized photos with a white background; card USD to get the free visa, and your passport must be valid for at least six months. 

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