Adventure Tour & Travels Packages

Jungle Memories Trekking Tours

This trek cum pleasure walk is for those who have dreamed of walking in the Himalaya but have been daunted by the idea. Here we walk a leisurely between 7-10 miles a day along bridle paths, against a vast panorama of snowy peaks and the Gentle Himalayas between meticulously terraced fields and lush forests of Index, Deodar and pine. ...

Kangra Trekking Tours

The trek begins from Lahoul in Himachal and ends in Zanskar after negotiating the Kang La Pass (5450 Mts.) and a long glacier. The Miyar Nala in Lahoul is famous for its wild flowers in June and July. The trek begins from Lahoul in Himachal and ends in Zanskar after negotiating the Kang La Pass (5450 Mts.) and a long glacier. The Miyar Nala in Lahoul is famous for its wild flowers in June and July

Ladakh Culture Trekking Tours

Visits to the major Buddhist monasteries and other cultural or heritage sites are the principal tourist attractions of central Ladakh and Zanskar. These sites, most within reach of Leh, may be visited by bus or by taxi. Most villages and/ or monasteries are provided with regular bus services from Leh. Taxis are expensive, with fixed tariff for almost every monastery or group of monasteries, but offer good value in terms of comfort, convenience and time frame ...

Ladakh & Zanskar Trekking Tours

Towards the western end of the Himalayas a series of continuous mountain ridges, comprising scores of 6000 metre (20000 foot) peaks, forms an effective barrier between the Indian provinces of Lahaul and Ladakh. Linking these contrasting mountainous regions is a trekking route that provides one of the great challenges of the Indian Himalaya. Transferring by train and car from Delhi, we pass through the lush Kulu Valley and cross the Rohtang Pass to reach the start of our trek at Darcha. From here, we head north across the Shingo La (c.5100m./16000ft.) into the ancient kingdom of Zanskar

Markha Valley Trekking Tours

The most popular in Ladakh, this trek traverses mountain passes to isolated villages and monastic settlements in the fantastically lit lunar landscape of the Markha Valley. The trail climbs past ancient monasteries to the pastel alpine meadows of Nimaling in the shadow of Kangyatze Peak. From here we ascend to the Kongmaru La (5,150 meters, the highest point on the trek) with its impressive views of the Karakorums and K2. The trail ends at Hemis where we spend the night and visit the monastery ...

Nubra Valley Trekking Tours

Nubra Valley lies in the north of Leh and is accessible over the Khardungla pass 5600 Mtr that is one of the highest motor able roads in the world. Apart from unparallel trekking opportunities, the valley have several Buddhist Gompas Diskit Gompa is 350 years old and is situated on the highest point near the village in which there are about 120 Resident Buddhist Monks. ...

Indus Valley Trekking Tours

At an average elevation of 3500 m is sand-witched between the Zanskar Range on its South and the Ladakh Range on its North, This is the geographical backbone, and the historical heartland of Ladakh. All major sites connected with its dynastic history are here, starting with Leh, the capital city. The bulk of the population resides along the Indus. Its main attraction are the numerous Buddhist monasteries, quaint villages, fairs , festivals and bazars. Air and road communications converage at Leh ...

Village & Temple Tours in Ladakh

This trek is for the Himalayan connoisseur, beginning in Manali and continuing into the beautiful Kangra valley. The scenery is magnificent, and very few visitors follow this route. Village life, unchanged for centuries, is shaped largely by belief in Hindu gods and goddesses living in the mountains. Our final destination, however, is the Tibetan Buddhist center of Dharamsala, home to the Dalai Lama and a vibrant Tibetan community ...

Valley of Zanskar Expedition Treks

The Zanskar Valley is formed by the Zanskar River and its tributaries. The Doda stream originates from the Pensi La and meets the Lugnak near Padam to form the Zanskar River. The Doda Valley has glacial origins and hence is a fairly wide valley. On the other hand, the Lugnak forms a fantastic gorge for most of its course. The Zanskar Valley has open undulating plains surrounded by high mountains. River terraces have been brought under cultivation, both for cereals and vegetables. The people also grow fruits on a moderate scale. These are consumed locally and also sent to markets outside the Zanskar Valley ...

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