Humla Trek

Humla is the most remote district in Nepal, and one of the poorest. There are few tourists, and those you meet will most likely be headed to the border town of Hilsa, a stepping-stone to Mount Kailash in Tibet. The Humli people, like Nepalis across the country, are incredibly diverse. About 85% of the 56,000 people who live in this sparsely populated district are Hindu. Buddhists, some of whom practice polyandry, occupy the highlands. According to anthropologist Carol Dunham “Humla is one of the most culturally fascinating places in all of Nepal, a cultural tapestry woven from ancient Khasa kingdoms, ancestors of the grand Zhangzhung kingdom of the north, with Rajput and Thakuri blended into the mix.”

Nyinba Valley Trek

One of the most remote districts in Nepal, Humla is the gateway to Manasarovar a...

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    16 Days

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Simkot – Mt. Kailash – Limi Valley Trek

Limi Valley to Kailash Trekking is a village and municipality in Humla District ...

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    20 Days

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Humla- Nyinba Valley to Raling Gompa Trek

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  • Duration

    8 Days

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