Simikot Limi Valley is one of the most isolated and unexplored valleys in the Nepal Himalaya in Humla district of far western Nepal. The Limi valley is full of gorgeous landscapes with waterless and desert like terrain surrounded by towering Himalayas. Inhabitants of this area are Tibetan origin mostly and their background, custom and way of life are highly influenced to Tibetans. Trekking to Limi valley has been opened only since 2002.
The Simikot Limi Valley trek starts from Simikot, Elevated 2910 meters and climb up Nara La pass, 4530 meters and make a circle back to Simikot via Limi valley through picturesque Nyalu La, 4950 meters. This strong but worthwhile trek presents the opportunity to convene the sociable villagers of upper Humla. Explore the monasteries which are up to 1000 years old and knowledge the sole culture of the past still in perform. Most focused of this trek Limi valley is very beautiful, pictorial, broad and astonishing. This region is also the destination for rare flora and fauna. It can be seen the Himalayan black bear , marmot, wild horse, wild yak, blue sheep, wolf, barking deer, musk deer, hare and infrequently the snow leopard. The trekking route continues the olden salt trading and pilgrimage route to the border of Nepal and China, crossing the Nara La pass.