The Himalayan mountain range is an iconic part of the Indian subcontinent. The range has many of the Earth’s highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest. The Himalayas include over 50 mountains exceeding 7,200 m (23,600 ft) in elevation, including ten of the fourteen 8,000-metre peaks.

In addition to being a stunning geographical wonder, it is also home to many unique settlements, with the culture and customs of each region being different than the other.

Our multifaceted Himalayan tours give you a taste of some of the iconic experiences India has to offer. They aim to provide a glimpse of the natural, architectural, historical and cultural sights of Himalayan India. In addition, you get to explore a range of areas and habitats like mountains, lakes, forests, local villages and wildlife reserves, all nestled in the rich and diverse Himalayan region. Explore the mountain villages and enjoy the peaceful experience that being close to nature provides.

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TIGERS AND ELEPHANT TOUR

Our tour begins at Corbett National Park. Here, we will take wildlife safaris through the park and look for the fabled Royal Bengal Tigers and Asiatic Elephants. Keep your eyes

9,000.00
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HIMALAYAN VILLAGE WAYS

Kumaon lies at the lower Himalayas. Situated between Garhwal and Nepal, Kumaon has an unspoiled natural environment where woods and wildlife are yet to unfold their mysteries. Local religious cultures

8,500.00
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VALLEY OF FLOWERS TREK

Valley of flowers is a trek where many people begin their journey of trekking in the Himalayas, and for obvious reasons. The valley blooms with a myriad of flowers with

8,000.00
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THE KUMAON TRAIL

This tour takes you through the scenic foothills and Himalayan Mountains with a fabulous experience of the wildlife, birds and the beautiful flora of the region.

15,000.00
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NANDA DEVI EXPEDITION

A trek in the Himalayas for wildlife and adventure Our trip begins at Jageshwar, the abode of Lord Shiva. Located in Uttarakhand, this ancient town is forever covered in a

12,000.00