India : The ultimate destination for a trekking holiday
Trekking holidays in India is an unforgettable experience as it not only
let the traveller to experience the unexplored trails made by nature, but
also bring the visitor
directly in touch with the country and its people . The Himalayan region is
among the most picturesque trekking expedition in world. Basic facilities
for amateur, middle aged and children trekkers are available and has
distinct trekking regions for the trek lovers. The captivating landscape,
with an incomparable diversity of flora and fauna: India is regarded as the
'trekkers' paradise' and, indeed, is a refreshing treat to the trekkers.
In almost every part of India, there is a variety of trekking adventure
options awaiting the trekker, some soft, others not so. In this vast
wonderland, trekking itineraries from one to four weeks or more provide
endless opportunities for discovery for the trekker. Among the high altitude
regions of Indian Himalayas, reality becomes a dream.
Here is a list of leading trekking areas in the country
The Garhwal Himalayas are a trekkers delight. The beauty of Garhwal hills
is picture-perfect, a fusion of high mountain valleys and lakes, of many
streams and among India's greatest rivers. Comprising the districts of
Uttarkashi, Tehri-Garhwal, Pauri-Garhwal, Dehra Dun and Chamoli, the Garhwal
hills are a vertible paradise for trekkers.
The life of a mountain is as intense and varied as a human being and to
experience it one must move around it. In Kumaon mountaineering and trekking
can be done in the regions from where the rivers Pindar, Gori, Dhauli, E.
And Kuti emerge.
Gulmarg makes an excellent base for trekking in the northern Pir Panjal
Range. Nanga Parbat can be seen to the north from several view points,
including Khilanmarg, west and over 1,500 feet up the forested hillside from
A journey through Himachal holds the promise of a deep and refreshing
communion with nature in its varying beauty. The lush river valleys
surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the fruit-laden orchards, gurgling streams
and the dense forests that echo with bird song evoke enchantment and
The Eastern Himalayas - Simply Out Of This World
A land of infinite charm with breathtaking views of Kangchenjunga,
bewildering variety of flora and fauna, colourful festivals, lush green tea
gardens, exciting adventure sports, daunting trekking routes, perfect
solitude. All this make the East Himalayas your chosen destination.
Trekking In Darjeeling
The East Himalayas present perhaps the best trekking routes in the whole of
India. Low altitude treks in the lower regions of Darjeeling are quiet easy
and are particularly recommended for those tourists who like to take up a
stroll at a leisurely pace.
Trekking in Sikkim
Each season in Sikkim is distinct. The periods for outdoor excursions are
several. March to May are best season for flowers, which is also ideal for
trekking in this state. However you should be prepared for inclement
weather, as snow storms at higher altitudes can develop rapidly in both the
pre and post-monsoon seasons.