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Dolpo Simikot

21 Days 20 Night

Trip Introduction

Few mountains in the world rival the grandeur of Mt. Kailash 6714m, the famed holy peak in Western Tibet. Kailash is regarded as the center of the universe by most of Asia. It is the ultimate Tibetan journey, from the holiest Buddhist Mountain, the sculpted perfection of Kailash, through the serene beauty of the Tibetan plateau. Mt Kailash (6714m) is the holy mountain of Tibet and is the source of the four great Himalayan Rivers. The area is not opened to independent trekkers and was opened very recently to foreign trekkers in an organized group with a special permit through Simikot (Humla) region, the highest and northernmost district of Nepal. Through the main objective of this trek is Mt. Kailash & Manasarovar Lake, the journey through Humla & Tibet both are culturally and scenically rewarding.

Trip Itinerary

Day 01: Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. Flight in 45 min for flight and stay in Nepalgunj hotel or lodge. (152m / 1 ½ hrs)

Day 02: Nepalgunj – Simikot fly. (2960m / 50min)It is 218 km north of Nepalgunj.

Day 03: Simikot- Yakpa pul (2630m / 5hrs) Climb to the pass above Simikot. From here one path descends steeply down to Dadaphoya and Path goes towards Limi valley that is the path going to flowing along two villages and steep down to Yakpapul camp.

Day 04: Yakpa pul- Dhinga (3610m / 6hrs)From camp there is two options can do via Yakpa village or straight uphill to Dhinga village. After the cross, the river climbs all day either one. This will be the last village before Jhang. Good camping sites above the village.

Day 05: Dhinga – Shechi Lagna (3900m / 6hrs)Gentle uphill starting with Junipers and alpine vegetation and steep up to the Shechi Lagna (4530m) and stay at below camp at the meadow.

Day 06: Shechi Lagna – Chumsa (4300m / 6hrs)Walk down to Shingjuma3620m with blue pines, pines, Junipers and a lot of Birch around. After walking up along the Chumsa river and come out above the tree lines and walk up to Chumsa camp overnight.

Day 07: Chumsa –Talung (4370m / 7hrs)This is the beautiful walk along the waterfalls and Lakes with views of API Saipal Himal (7025m). After the cross, the Naylu Lagna (4940m) can see the Holy mountain Mt. Kailash to far visibility, then steep down to Talung camp overnight at the grassy meadow in cold and windy.

Day 08: Talung – Jhang (3930m / 8hrs)along the valley and cross the river camp nearby hot spring. It is a long day walk but beautiful walk along the Talung River. After passing Talung Tso trek goes via Gumayak and Majule Patan (4220m) then walk along the Takchi Cho after crossing the bridge and walk to camp overnight.

Day 09: Jhang – Halji (2660m / 4hrs) – Jhang From the camp walk to village and visit to Monastery and walk down to Halji. Camp before village along the riverside and after lunch time to visit Monastery. It is very rich and some time Dalai Lama visited this monastery. Here, people, they sell the Maple woods teapot, Soup bowl, pots, and more things. Back to camp for overnight.

Day 10: Jhang-Til (3700m / 4hrs)Walking along the village and down to bridge to another side of the river along the pine, Birch and Mountain roses. Again cross the bridge on Humla Karnali and walk to Limi northwest up the hill to camp before the village.

Day 11: Til – Manepeme (3990m / 7hrs)Today is not an easy to walk uphill from camp along the rocky cliff side to Lamka pass and walking narrow path up and down. Humla Karnali looks very deep down below the path makes you hard feeling. Arrive Manepeme and camp.

Day 12: Manepeme – Hilsa (3720m / 4hrs) Treks goes a little bit uphill starting on the rocky part. Some time can see the Blue sheep above path with rolling stones goes down all the way to river. When arriving at Border of Nepal; and Tibet (China) walk down to bridge on Karnali river and camp on Nepal side at Hilsa with dusty and windy.

Day 13: Hilsa-Yari (3670m / 8hrs) After breakfast start walking steep uphill with pack lunch to Nara Lagna (4620m) via Ranipauwa. After pass path goes down all the down to camp at Yari village with cultivation, where is the check post between Borders.

Day 14: Yari -Muchu (3120m / 7hrs From Yari path start gently downhill along the open countryside with Junipers trees, animals shelters, and highland Birds life. Before crossing the bridge on Kumuchhiy Khola down hills to Tumkot and climb up to Machu for our visa and permits clearness. Walk down to camp alongside Karnali River overnight.

Day 15: Muchu -Salle Khola (2900m / 7hrs) After camp cross a bridge on the Karnali river walking alongside with narrow valley. Maples, Walnut, Pines, roses and mix vegetation give you cool walk. Walk to Sallekhola via Yalbang and Yanger villages.

Day 16: Salle Khola – Dadaphoya (2300m / 7hrs) After crossed Salle Khola trek goes up the hill and slows down via Kermit and Dharmapuri alongside Karnali River. Pine forest and cultivations along the villages with domesticated animals.

Day 17: Dadaphoya – Simikot (2960m / 4hrs) Last day on trek start steep up till the pass before Simikot. Then down to Simikot.

Day 18: Simikot – Nepalgunj – Kathmandu fly. Early morning fly to Nepalgunj than fly to Kathmandu. Some time flight can cancel on certain circumstances so at least need an extra day for this trip.

Day 19: Kathmandu free day of your own. (This day can be used if flight cancel.)

Day 20: Kathmandu free day of your own. (This day can be used if flight cancel.) This is the free day and you can use it for your shopping. In the evening we will drive you for a farewell dinner with cultural dance.

Day 21: Final departure. All too soon it’s time to bid Nepal farewell and one realizes that we can never be intimate, only acquainted with this amazing adventure kingdom.

Trip Highlights

Cost Details


  • Airport picks up and drops by car.
  • Meals (breakfast + lunch+ dinner) during trekking.
  • Accommodation (Tea house / Hotel / Lodge) while on the trek.
  • Well trained trekking guide.
  • All Ground transportation.
  • Sleeping bag, down jackets if necessary.
  • All necessary paper works and conservation entry permits.
  • Travel & Rescue arrangement.
  • TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System).
  • Insurance of guide and porter.
  • All government taxes.


  • Meals while in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu & Pokhara.
  • Porter (USD 13 per day) if necessary.
  • Your Travel insurance.
  • All kinds of drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks).
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver. (Tipping is expected).

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