Humla Region Trekking

Humla Region Trekking

Humla Region Trekking

“An area to glance………a nature to explore ………………………perfect blend of remote scene………..”

Humla is the most remote locale in Nepal, and one of the poorest. There are not many sightseers, and those you meet will in all likelihood be headed to the border town of Hilsa, a going stone to Mount Kailash in Tibet.

From the locale capital of Simikot, spread over an edge at 2900m, the Great Himalaya Trail takes after the old salt exchanging track to Tibet. The trail strings along towering green bluffs above the thundering Karnali, the longest waterway in Nepal. You'll pass bunches of even roofed mud houses, experiencing Thakuri ladies wearing substantial gold and silver jewels, and Thakuri men heading herds of since a long time ago haired goats here and there the sloppy trail to Tibet.

As you approach Hilsa and the northwestern fringe, the scene gets to be drier, and the setting, Buddhist. It's conceivable to transform southeast into the Limi Valley's unbelievable red rockscapes and medieval stone towns. Past falsehoods glacial valley beneath the 5000m Nyalu pass, with the sea green/blue Tshom Tsho Lake giving noteworthy complexity the, blazed sienna of the treeless breadths.

The Humli individuals, for example, Nepal is the nation over, are unbelievably assorted. In the ballpark of 85% of the 56,000 individuals who live in this scantily populated locale is Hindu. Buddhists, some of whom practice polyandry, involve the good countries. Consistent with anthropologist Carol Dunham:

"Humla is a standout amongst the most socially interesting places in all of Nepal, a social embroidered artwork woven from old Khasa kingdoms, precursors of the fabulous Zhangzhung kingdom of the north, with Rajput and Thakuri mixed into the mix."

The far-west districts of Nepal have remained isolated and untouched while the rest of the country has been developing. Poor infrastructure, scarce resources, and marginalized ethnic groups are among many issues that have held the region back in years past. However, since 2008 a massive effort has been underway to develop and promote this region, which is considered by many to be a future adventure tourism “hotspot”. If you are looking for an authentic trekking experience in pristine mountain scenery interlaced with legend and folklore, then look no further this region is for you!