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
Garhwal in the Indian Himalayas once was a princely state, a Kingdom founded in 823 AD in north-western Uttarakhand. Located between Tibet, Uttar Pradesh the region of Kumaon and Himachal Pradesh Garhwal is famous for its renowned lofty Himalayan peaks, amazing rivers, pristine forests and Nationalparks. The holy twin-towns of Rishikesh & Haridwar which are the fountain head of India’s spirituality are also located within this fascinating region and offer most genuine yoga and retreats.
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