The former Himalayan Kingdom of Sikkim is home to Mt. Khangchendzonga, the world’s third highest mountain and offers stunning landscapes dotted with colourful Buddhist monasteries, cascading waterfalls, jungles rich in orchids and rhododendron...
No other country on earth has preserved and protected its traditions, environment and cultural identity from the influence of western civilization as much as Bhutan. The Himalayan kingdom balances modernization with its ancient culture and traditions
In the midst of the Himalayas of North-West India Himachal Pradesh inspires with its exotic valleys, orchards, hillsides, snowy mountain peaks and rushing streams. The land fascinates with its diverse cultures, wood-carved Hindu-temples and palaces of the former Rajas set in a wild mountain scenery. The area of Kinnaur, covered with pine forests and pastures lies in contrast with the former Buddhist kingdom of Spiti with its barren moonscape. Meet with us the many indigenous hill tribes and explore from the lush fertile regions within the monsoon-belt to the arid rock deserts of Spiti on the border with Tibet.
Himachal Pradesh is best visited from mid-September to end of October and is an ideal destination for:
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