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The Himalaya Mountains span some 2500 kilometers through the north part of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. Many of Asia’s most vital rivers have their sources within the Himalaya including the Indus, Ganges, and Brahmaputra. The Himalaya contains the world’s 3rd largest deposit of ice and snow on the earth. Only the Antarctic and Arctic have more. Altogether, Himalaya is home to around 15,000 glaciers.
Come to a different world as you arrive at a frosted, white Manali landscape. Hike amongst the high mountains clad in snow and explore the tiny and charming village of Soil. Said to be the oldest village in the Kullu valley, set beside a chilly glacial stream renowned for its trout. Spend the night in an orchard by the stream at the edge of snowbound forests. Because you will really love and appreciate the cup of coffee you have the next morning. So chill in the quiet and peace of the jungles of the misty Pir Panjal range.
You stay in a picture-perfect Himalaya village cottage by a stream at the edge of thick forest. That is covered with Himalaya flora and fauna in abundance with all basic modern amenities and really get in sync with nature. So get your adrenaline fix while paragliding in the Kullu valley and heart-pounding white water rafting in the mighty River Beas. There is something for everyone in this lovely holiday experience apart from the best memories that all will take away
Probably the foremost popular reason people attend Tibet and Nepal. That is to ascertain the world’s highest and most spectacular range. There’s something about searching for the world’s highest peaks that just can’t be described. A misconception is that Everest or other peaks of the Himalaya are good outside of Kathmandu which isn’t true.
The Himalaya is still a touch of a journey from the city. To succeed in the Nepal-side Everest Base Camp. So you will need to trek for around every week from the village of Lukla. To succeed in the Tibet-side base camp of Everest. So you will need a minimum of 2 or 3 days to acclimatize in Lhasa alongside an extra 2 days of driving.