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People are looks like Tibetan and speak Indo-Bramble language like Tibetan people do. Rich Buddhist couture with own separate tradition and rituals. It is land of where the H.H.H.Dhalai Lama had mediated once for the some time. Every three village have own Monastery where they go to prey and celebrated the local festival. Halchi is the big village in the valleys.
They make wooden bowels, which is really demands in Lasha, which is made by Maple tree. People of Limi valley they used to do trade to Tibet to Lasha and other part of Tibet also they go to India and other part of Nepal like southern part and Kathamandu. They go to pilgrim when winter start and back when warm season start. They got o Dhrmsala, Sarnath Buddha Gaya, Lumbini and Kathamandu too.
Simikot is located in far western Nepal, and is about as remote as you can get! Your trek will take you through a unique blend of Tibetan Buddhist and Nepali Gurung cultures. The vertiginous Himalayan trails climb up to a dramatic plateau at over 4000m. Still a traditional pilgrimage route to the holy Mt. Kailash, this trek will reward you with dramatic views and a sense of intimacy with Nepal like no other trek.
Simikot is a mountainous town (elevation 2910 metres) in the Himalayas of northwest Nepal, near the border with the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is the administrative headquarters of the Humla district in the Karnali Zone of Nepal.
Simikot Airport (IATA: IMK, ICAO: VNST) is an airport serving Simikot, a town in the Humla district of the Karnali zone in Nepal. The airport resides at an elevation of 9,246 feet (2,818 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway which is 549 metres (1,801 ft) in length.
Humla District, a part of Karnali Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Simikot as its district headquarters, covers an area of 5,655km≤ and has a population (2001) of 40,595. The Northern part of Humla District is inhabited by Buddhists whereas the South is mostly inhabited by Hindus.
Village Development Committees Towns & VDC's of Humla District: