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7 good reasons to travel to Himachal Pradesh in 2016-2017

  • Pin Parvati, the village of Malana, Chandratal, Chamba Valley... The Himachal Pradesh is a true playground for trekkers and they have different trekking routes for you.
  • The trio of iconic cities in the region: McLoad Ganj where exists the Tibetan government in exile, capital Shimla known for its British architecture and her famous toy train and Manali known for its outdoor sports and its exceptional panoramas.
  • A palette of beautiful landscapes with a beautiful mix of waterfalls, desert plateaus, pine and cedar forests, snowy mountains and terraced fields to discover through a tour of the Indian Himalayas
  • One of the few place in India where the temperature is pleasant in May and June, when the rest of the country experience scorching summer heat.
  • A destination where you can also practice winter sports and celebrate the Tibetan New Year.
  • The opportunity to explore remote areas where people have preserved their lifestyles and traditions as Kinnauris, the Gaddi shepherds or the nomadic Gujjars.
  • A state rich in craftsmanship and handlooms, they have inherited the traditional way of life and you can take wonderful souvenirs from your trip to Himachal Pradesh. Pashmina scarves, colorful wooden baskets, blankets woven with yak wool, leather sandals and Chamba tribal jewelry, etc.

Trekking tours and holidays in Himachal

Himachal Pradesh, the “region of eternal snow peaks”, encompasses lands of great diversity, both on the cultural and the natural fronts.

How to plan a trekking tour in Himachal Pradesh?



In the south, the Himalayan foothills have deep lush valleys, like those of Kullu or Kangra, surrounded by peaks that sometimes go over 6000m in altitude. Habited in majority by Hindus, these valleys are resplendent with temples and natural sanctuaries. In this region, you will also find Shimla, which was the summer capital of the British; Manali, a hill station adopted by the Hippies for the nonchalance of its inhabitants and its charas (hashish); and especially Dharamshala, where the Tibetan government in exile is installed and where His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama resides.

The south is separated from the north by the imposing Himalayas chain above which extend Lahoul and Spiti. Close to Tibet, where Buddhists of Tibetan origins live, some of the oldest monasteries of the Tibetan world exist.

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From the Golden Temple to Himalayan Hills
From the Golden Temple to Himalayan Hills
From the Golden Temple to Himalayan Hills
From the Golden Temple to Himalayan Hills

>Visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar

>Explore Mcleodganj, where the Tibetan Government is in exile

>Discover the Himalayan foothills in the capital city of Shimla

From 890 $
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A Trip Down Himachali Lane
A Trip Down Himachali Lane

> Exceptional Himachali Welcome

> Experience the beautiful Tibetan world

> Nature without limit where one feels closer to the stars

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From the Divine Mountain to the Sacred River
From the Divine Mountain to the Sacred River

>The legendary reception of Kinnauris and Garhwalis, and meeting with the pilgrims and sadhus
>A trek out of the beaten paths between forests of cedars and landscapes of High Mountain
>A perfect introduction of the Himalayan world into all its diversity and of sacred India

The Valley of the Gods

Himachal | 13 days

From 890 $
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The Valley of the Gods
The Valley of the Gods
The Valley of the Gods
The Valley of the Gods

> Meeting with Kullui and "irreducible" Malani
>The landscapes and villages of the luxurious valley of Kullu and the high valley of Malana
>A trek out of the beaten paths

From 1345 $
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From Manali to Dharamsala - Bara Bhangal trek
From Manali to Dharamsala - Bara Bhangal trek
From Manali to Dharamsala - Bara Bhangal trek
From Manali to Dharamsala - Bara Bhangal trek

> The enconter with Gaddis shepherds
> The visit of the luxurious valley of Kullu and of Dharamsala, exile land for the Tibetan escaping from the Chinese occupation
> A trek of the beaten tracks through cedar forests and high mountains landscapes

From 2310 $
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With the inhabitants of Spiti
With the inhabitants of Spiti

>Immerse yourself in the Buddhist culture of Spiti Valley

>Progressive and gradual acclimatisation throughout the trip

>Visit a perfectly preserved 600 year old mummy of a Buddhist monk

End of the World Passes

Himachal | 19 days

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End of the World Passes
End of the World Passes

>The diversity of the landscapes and the populations met
>The legendary reception of Kinnauris and Garhwalis, and meeting with the pilgrims and sadhus
>A trek out of the beaten paths between forests of cedars and High Mountain landscapes

 
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