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Indian Himalayas Trekking is full of adventure activities like trekking, ski lovers, rafting, wildlife, jeep safari, cycling, paragliding, bird watching, angling, and a pilgrimage center for Hinduism & Buddhism and birthplace of yoga and mediation. The Indian Himalayas is home of all spiritual gurus because most of God and goddesses have a presence in the Himalayas and we belive Indian Himalayas is home of most of God and goddess Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

Indian Himalayas mostly covering area of 3200 km long to its neighboring countries. The Indian Himalayas is the best place on earth for adventure activities, cultural activities, and for pilgrimage.

In Indian Himalayas Trekking we have the Residence of Buddhist Guru Dalai Lama is in upper Dharamshala,known as Mcleod Ganj which has now become the center of Buddhism, as well as the headquarters’ of the Tibetan Government in Exile. India Himalayas in Chamba and Kangra regions can be found typical British hill stations and temples.


Uttarakhand Himalayas the and of north India was once the northern part of Uttar Pradesh, it is an area of hills, mountains, lakes and a pilgrimage center for Hinduism and Buddism, the western half is known as Garhwal Himalayas and the eastern part is Kumaon Himalayas. The Uttarakhand region has several popular hill stations including Mussoorie and Nainital And many trekking routes-most of trek routes not explored.

In summer most of the pilgrim places open are well known by char Dham yatra Yamunotri- Gangotri- Kedarnath – Badrinath .garhwal Himalayas is the source of many holy rivers like Ganga , Yamuna , Saraswati, Bhagirathi and Alaknanda. Tibet border & Nepal border is very near to Uttarakhand Himalayas. Haridwar and Rishikesh are Hinduism pilgrimage centers of India is also part of Uttarakhand Himalayas where The holy River the Ganges leaves the Himalayas and joins the plains for its long trip to the sea.

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The beauty of union territory of india Leh Ladakh is wonderfull.snow desert- Lakes Himalayas- mountains- valleys- passes- monasteries & cultures of leh ladhak is marvelous . leh ladhak is a magical union territory of india . Leh ladhak in many ways to experiencing the beauty but when it coming close to nature and Himalayas rivers of leh ladhak it is wonderfull. Leh Ladhak the glories of Mother Nature are indeed infinite. Treeking in leh ladahk in union territory of india is Fantastic to experience the beauty of Himalayas.most beautifull trek of leh ladhak and each of them have to offer. Before making your mind which trek you wanna decide for yourself it is best to now best time for trekking in leh ladhak . Before making mind for leh ladhak best to know which are popular treks in leh ladhak union territory of india.below we have couple of marvellous treks listings asgovernment in Exile.

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For many years, Sikkim was regarded as one of the last Himalayan “Shangri La “ because of its remoteness, spectacular mountains, varied flora and fauna, and ancient Buddhist monasteries.

Sikkim is near to the Tibetan border and also near to the Bhutan border. Yuksom is the old capital of Sikkim and the new capital is Gangtok. Rumtek Gompa is a famous monastery and it is the seat of Gyalwa Karmapa, the head of Kagyupa Tibetan Buddhism. Sikkim is also more well known for trekking activities.

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Himachal Pradesh is dominated by mountains, rivers, and valleys. The mountains include Leo Partial-6791 meters nearby Kinnaur valley. Deo Tibba – 6000 meters near to Manali hill station of India and Kinnaur Kailash -6050 meters which dominate the views from Mekong peo and Kalpa in Kinnaur valley. having many passes - La is a Tibetan word so we have many passes like Rohtang la 3978 meters, Baralacha La and Kunzum la-4551 metes and in winter Lahaul and Spiti are completely isolated when all these are locked y snow. Himalayan region of Lahaul and Spiti valley is very close to the Tibetan border.

The Kullu valley is well developed and it is a Tourist oriented economy and Backbone for Himachal Pradesh. In the Chamba and Kangra regions can be found typical British hill stations and temples. The Residence of Buddist Guru Dalai Lama is in upper Dharamshala,known as Mcleod Ganj which has now become the center of Buddism, as well as the headquarters of the Tibetan Government in Exile.

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Kashmir valley is one of the most beautiful regions of the union territory of India. The Mughal rulers of India were always happy to retreat in Kashmir valley to get read of the heat of the plains. The Mughals rulers developed many beautiful gardens in Kashmir valley. The attractions of Kashmir are Dal lake houseboats and other adventure activities like trekking and Ski in Gulmarg.

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