Destination: Delhi - Leh - Kargil - Pandum - Reru - Bipul - Bipul - Kargyak - Lhakhang - Sumdo - Palmo - Manali - Delhi
Duration: 15 Nights / 16 Days
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Trekking in India India offers some incomparable trekking and hiking trails that are overpoweringly attractive to any mountain enthusiast. The number of pilgrimage places that are located in lone, out of the way hill summits, with trails that are entwined with beautiful mountain slopes, and you have a veritable hiker’s paradise in India. Nature in India attracts people to its beauty from all over the world. The beauty and purity of the surroundings are most enjoyed when you are trekking at your own pace in these beautiful environs. Nothing can match the peace of mind and the joy felt deep inside the heart while trekking the high hills of the Himalayan range in India. No wonder then that tourists flock here not only for spiritual guidance but also to quench their thirst to travel to the unexplored.
Season for trekking: Nature walks and low altitude trekking can be undertaken by anyone. For high-altitude trekking like the mountaineering and climbing the person should not be suffering from high/low blood pressure or obesity. Anyone between the ages of 16 and 60, who is mentally sound and physically fit can participate in this adventure sport. Amateur trekkers must avoid the monsoon months. The months of February/March are best suited for low-altitude, and April/May for high-altitude trekking in the Himalayas. You may head towards the Western Ghats anytime from December to April since the weather is clear and lush greenery provides a picturesque backdrop to these regions. The Western Himalayas covering the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttaranchal form a major trekking area in India. It is followed by the Eastern Himalayas covering Darjeeling in West Bengal, Sikkim, and Arunachal Pradesh. The treks in the area around Gangotri and Yamunotri and the areas beneath the Kumaon region are also renowned. In the east the area with the tea gardens and the green environs is provided in the states of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and West Bengal.