Himalaya

Covering a length of 2,400km and offering most of the highest mountains in the world, the mighty Himalaya has always amazed and possessed those who walk its hallowed paths and is the source of the great and holy rivers of the Indian Subcontinent. Residents of its steep hills have developed their own highly independent and enclosed cultures, worshipping the taller peaks as gods.

Himalaya

The Himalaya to this day draws visitors to its darkest corners and most challenging mountains. Residents of its steep hills have developed their own highly independent and enclosed cultures, worshipping the taller peaks as gods. To the west, Ladakh is a Tibetan enclave, providing stunning scenery and ideal to visit in the summer. In the lower foothills you will find former colonial hill stations such as Shimla, Mussoorie and Almora. The former Kingdom of Sikkim is tucked between Nepal and Bhutan and is a perfect place to trek. To the the south you will find Darjeeling with its many tea estates and colonial hotels.

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