Travel The Himalayas with us.
Travel The Himalayas offers you a complete bespoke experience of the Himalayas. Moving beyond the majestic beauty of these Mountains we take you into a journey through the arts, culture, history, the flora fauna and the way of life that the people of these Mountains follow.
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Come Spring and the Valley of Kashmir shakes off the dreary Winter with the Blossoming of the Fruit Trees and the blooming of the Tulips in the famous Tulip Garden of Srinagar. It is also the time when the Mountain tops are still covered in Snow giving you the opportunity to enjoy the Tulips and the Snows.
Planning for the Trans Himalayan Landscape of Ladakh this Year ? We present our Ladakh Guide which features some useful information with Cultural / Historical / Geographical contexts of some well know and some not so well known places in Ladakh. Your exploration starts from here.
Come explore the Offbeat Side of Himachal as we take you across the State in a Journey we call the Three Passes Tour. Visit three Legendary Passes of Himachal Pradesh, each with its distinct perosnality and at the same time go through the Rivers and the Valleys and the Mountains that they are set in. This Tour also takes you across the Himalayan Watershed from the Indus Basin to the Ganges Basin.
Our signature Trip to offbeat Kotkhai-Kotgarh Apple Country as well as the neighbouring untouched Pabbar Valley. This area is exceptionally beautiful yet unspoilt by the hordes that have descended on the more touristy areas in Himachal. Just 60 kms away from Shimla but in a different world it would seem.
Our Latest Trail : The Trans Himalayan Silk Route Trail in the footsteps of the Traders who walked the legendary Leh to Yarkand Trade Route, possibly the Worst Trade Route in the World
Explore the breathtaking Valley of Gurez situated on the Northern fringes of Kashmir. See the Dardic Shina people who live here and experience their unique way of life !
Now get Farm Fresh Apples from our own Apple Orchards in the Kotkhai Kotgarh Apple Belt of Himachal where Apples were first introduced in the 19th century.
We show you the Himalayas in ways you could never imagine
“There is no such sense of solitude as that which we experience upon the silent and vast elevations of great mountains. Lifted high above the level of human sounds and habitations, among the wild expanses and colossal features of Nature, we are thrilled in our loneliness with a strange fear and elation – an ascent above the reach of life's expectations or companionship, and the tremblings of a wild and undefined misgivings.” ― J. Sheridan Le Fanu, The Haunted Baronet And Others: Ghost Stories 1861-70