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A large landmass collides with another, and the Tethys sea is slowly converted into majestic white mountains towering over the plains. But that was 50 million years ago. Today the Himalayas form the border of India, China, Bhutan, and Nepal. The grandeur of the Himalayas has been part of the Indian culture since time immemorial. Often considered a deity itself, this ‘abode of the Gods’ is also known as ‘dev bhumi’ in Indian culture. The soaring peaks that are the home of Lord Shiva, have a hallowed and sacred aura to them. In fact, so holy are the Himalayas in Bhutan, that mountaineering is banned there.

The Himalayas have always been entwined in our grain. And now, over the last century, these epitomes of spirituality, divinity, adventure, and beauty have smitten the rest of the world. Ever since New Zealander Edmund Hillary reached the summit of Everest with Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, adventurers from across the globe have tried to scale these magnificent peaks. And why not? The Himalayas are a challenge to conquer, be it a mountain or just a small hike. They call to you, so we take you there! The Himalayas are home to a variety of indigenous flora and fauna that takes one’s breath away.

The villages nestled along the way are home to people that are always welcoming and willing to share their culture with you. Nature here is still untouched, the rolling hills and the flowing streams bring back that harmony to your soul. The breathtakingly beautiful landscape reminds you of what is important in life, and what isn’t. It’s easy to shed the dullness of life in the presence of such awe-inspiring beauty. Come join us in this paradise on earth. Distanced from the ravages of city life, you will find true peace!

A large landmass collides with another, and the Tethys sea is slowly converted into majestic white mountains towering over the plains. But that was 50 million years ago. Today the Himalayas form the border of India, China, Bhutan, and Nepal. The grandeur of the Himalayas has been part of the Indian culture since time immemorial. Often considered a deity itself, this ‘abode of the Gods’ is also known as ‘dev bhumi’ in Indian culture. The soaring peaks that are the home of Lord Shiva, have a hallowed and sacred aura to them. In fact, so holy are the Himalayas in Bhutan, that mountaineering is banned there.

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