Lots of destinations inspire such a wealth of superlatives as the Himalayas. A region more than half of the size of Europe the Himalayas sweep across northern India (Sikkim), northern Pakistan, southern Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan creating an unforgettable landscape. Forested valleys, some tropical, lead to high peak that stop the monsoon, creating other worldly mountain top deserts. Massive glaciers extend for miles rivers, chilled with melting snow and ice, race through deep and dark gorges between the Himalayas. Similarly wild animals including rare snow leopard, blue sheep and Yetis foot prints – these are all the elements of adventure and radical sports.
The great mountain ranges are some of the most beautiful and interesting areas of the World to visit. As they are often not served by roads, they can also be the most remote and difficult places to get to and often the only way to see them by on foot. For some people, the trekking may be an end in itself, for others it’s a means to enjoy the magnificent panoramas. Often the peoples of the Mountains and their culture and traditions provide an interest equal of the scenery. At all your interest and ability, whether you are a hardened mountain enthusiast who wants extended high-altitude trekking or an occasional walker who prefers alpine base trails, valleys as well as villages, we have something for you.
Any mountain can be the setting for the drama in which climbers and more recently, skiers, rafters, paraglide, trekking, culture tour, peak climbing, bird watching and their own limitations. Successor or failure, it barely no matters, as long as the body survives and the soul find meaning. Hence, the Himalayas residence of the gods is the habitat of the adventure also rare place where all of us can rise to new heights.