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Dolpo : Simikot –Hilsa Trek- 22 days

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Trip Overview

Simikot- Hisa Trek is one off the beaten Trekking trail in Western part of Nepal. Very less number of tourist destination.

Nature and life style of rural Village in Simikot-Hilsa Trek is untouched by modern urbanization where Flora and Fauna are maximum like : Barking deer, Blue sheeps, Musk deer, Wild horses, Himalayan Black bear, some time luckly Snow Leopard too.

Simikot- Hisa Trek is  full of Passes through numerous isolated and culturally rich villages and valleys, climbing steep passes, crossing many rivers, walking through jungle and bare land, exploring the unique customs and monuments, encountering with different animals, experiencing different climates and enjoying scenic view

Moutain like: Saipal (7031m), Byas, Rishi, Api, Kanjiroba, Kanti and Gorakh Himalayan range, During the trekking time you can see the Mt. Kailash of Tibet.


Detail Itinerary

Day  01:  Arrival at Tribhuvan Int’l airport and Transfer to Hotel

Day  02:  Sightseeing destination and prepare for Trek

Day  03:  Flight from Kathmandu-Nepalgunj

Day  04:  Flight from Nepalgunj-Simikot (2950 m)

Day  05:  Trek to Dharapuri (2300 m)

Day  06:  Trek to Kermi (2670 m)

Day  07:  Trek to Yalbang (3020 m)

Day  08:  Trek to Muchu (3120 m) or Tumkot (3380 m)

Day  09:  Trek to Yari (3700 m) or Thado Dunga (3750 m)

Day  10:  Yari to Hilsa (3720 m), crossing the Nara La (4620 m)

Day  11:  Hilsa to Manepeme (3990 m)

Day  12:  Trek to Till (4000 m)

Day  13:  Til to Halji (3660 m)

Day  14:  Halji to Jang (3930 m)

Day  15:  Trek to Talung (4370 m)

Day  16:  Trek to Shinjungma (3620 m), crossing the Nyalu La (4949 m).

Day  17:  Trek to Kermi (2670 m)

Day  18:  Trek to Simikot (2950 m)

Day  19:  Flight from Simikot- Nepalgunj- Kathmandu

Day  20:  Extra day  (flight delays or cancellation due to bad weather)

Day  21:  Sightseeing destination and free of day

Day  22:   Departure from Int’l Airport.

Equipment List

The following equipment list is suggested and necessary for both camping and tea house trekking in the Himalayas.

General Checklist

  1. Light weight trekking boots
  2. Lightweight hiking shoes and or light weight Footwear around camp/lodge
  3. Hiking shoes
  4. Down jacket
  5. Gloves
  6. Fleece or woolen trousers/pants
  7. Telescopic ski-sticks (1 pair)
  8. Altitude head lamp (spare bulbs/batteries)
  9. Sun hat and warm high altitude hat
  10. Sunglasses with UV protection
  11. water bottles
  12. Altitude sleeping bag
  13. Cold cream
  14. Sun block cream

and others as per your requirement

First Aid medicine

  1. Bandage for sprains
  2. Iodine
  3. Insect repellent spray or lotion
  4. Hydrocolloid dressing (blisters)
  5. Lipsalve
  6. Antiseptic ointment for cuts
  7. Aspirin/ Paracetamol (Pain killer)
  8. Diamox (Altitude sickness)
  9. intestinal antibiotic (Like ®Ercefluryl)
  10. Diarrhea stopper (Imodium)
  11. Condom

and others personal medicine

Cost Included

Our prices are customized and adapted to best suit your budget, while respecting the ethics of the trek, our employees and respect for the environment.

Our prices include:-

  • Transports to and from the airport
  • Standard hotel in Kathmandu
  • Transport to places of visit
  • Accommodation during the trek
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner) during the trek
  • Salaries of employees and Insurance of employees
  • Transport for the trek (bus and / or plane)
  • Permits to trek


Our price does not include:–

  • Meals in Kathmandu (except breakfast)
  • The unscheduled visits to the program,
  • Visa fees,
  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Tips for trek employee

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