Tailor Made and Experiential Tours - The Himalaya

Trekking

The Uttranchal (Garhwal & Kumaun) Himalayas and Himachal Pradesh offer fantastic trekking and mountaineering opportunities. There are innumerable breath taking journeys along some of the heighest paths in the world providing a glimpse of life that thrives in the heart of the heighest mountain range in the World.

There are a range of treks varying in grades to choose from, covering some exotic locations like the:

Created in 1988 as part of UNESCO's Man and Biosphere Program the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve is the second oldest reserve in India. Located in the civil districts of Chamoli, Pithoragarh and Bageshwar it is named after the famous Nanda Devi Peak-a sacred peak that is considered as a manifestation of the Goddess Nanda.
In the vicinity of Nanda Devi (7817 m), the second highest peak in India, is situated the Nanda Devi National Park, which has some of the most unique high altitude Flora and Fauna in the World. The spectacular views, sylvan environment, and richness of biosphere make it quite different from the other wildlife sanctuaries of India. The park has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO and in its vicinity are the Valley of Flowers, Badrinath Temple, and Hemkund Sahib. More
The Valley of Flowers is situated in the upper expansions of the Bhyundar Ganga. The valley is spread over an area of 87.5sq.km and ranges from 3,250 mts to 6750 mts in altitude. The Valley of Flowers national park appeared on the tourist map only as early as 1931 when Frank Smith a British tourist stumbled accross this valley when he lost his way, while returing back after sucessfully climbing Mt. Kamet. The Valley of Flowers national park starts from Ganghria, but one reaches the main valley only after crossing the gorge and the stream starting from the Nar Parvat, 3kms from Ganghria. More
Gangotri houses the temple dedicated to Godess Ganga. It is situated on the left bank of the Bhagirathi at an altitude of 3042 mts. According to Hindu mythology, Godess Ganga the source of life, manifested herself in the form of a river to absolve the sins of King Bhagiraths predecessors in answer to his austeure penance for several centuries. More

Har Ki Doon valley is famous as the oldest and most beautiful pine and deodar forests in Asia. It is situated in the Uttarkashi district at an altitude of 3,566 meters surrounded by the Swargarohini, Banderpoonch and the Black Peak.
In 1955 this area was brought under the Wild Life Reserve Programme and the Govind Wild Life Sanctuary was established covering an area of 953 sq.km ranging from an altitude of 1,300 meters to 6,315 meters. The sanctuary is the home of the rare Himalayan snow leopard, the Himalayan black bear, the musk deer, the Monal and the Khaleej pheasant.
The trek to Har Ki Doon takes one through the unique villages of the Jaunsar - Bhawar which as per mythology and local customs are the home of the descendents of the Pandavas (Ref: Mahabharata). The system of polyandry is still followed by the people of this area. This area is also famous for the legendary wax palace (the "Lakhmandal" built by the Kauravas with the idea of burning their cousins the pandavas in it. Ref: Mahabharata).

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Deoria Tal: Is one of the most beautiful high altitude lakes in the Garhwal Himalayas. Situated at an altitude of 2,440 mts on the Chopta-Ukhimath highway, 3 km from the village of sari, it is an excellent spot for angling and bird watching. It is most famous for the reflection of the surrounding peaks of Chaukhamba and Kedarnath on its surface at dawn. More

Jeep Safari

The Uttranchal (Garhwal & Kumaun) Himalayas and Himachal Pradesh offer fantastic trekking and mountaineering opportunities. There are innumerable breath taking journeys along some of the heighest paths in the world providing a glimpse of life that thrives in the heart of the heighest mountain range in the World.

There are a range of treks varying in grades to choose from, covering some exotic locations like the:

Spiti is a mountainous region situated in the northernmost part of India, close to the Tibetan border. Recently opened to foreigners, the region still has many unclimbed peaks and hidden valleys.

We begin in the busy hill station of Manali with lush green valleys filled with orchards and temples. We then drive across pastures higher up to Rohtang pass (3978m) before entering the arid Spiti valley. Here we spend some days visiting around monasteries and getting acclimatized before trekking through gorges and crossing Parangla (5490m) and descending to the high mountain lake of Tsomoriri in the Changtang plains - an extension of the Tibetan plateau. A fairly demanding trek across harsh terrain, this trip promises to offer a variety of landscape and architecture from thick forests to arid stunning landscape, delicately carved wooden temples to impressive monasteries perched high on cliffs to the expansive lakes set in the high plateaus with views of mountains far into Tibet.

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Ladakh or "Little Tibet" as it is known is one of the most remote areas of India, lying to the north of the Great Himalaya on the Tibetan Plateau and to the south of the Karakorams. It remained isolated for centuries to the outside world due to its inaccessibility, and the strategic position it occupies in the northern frontier. Ladakh has a rich cultural and religious heritage as can be seen from the centuries old monasteries, some of them built on sheer cliffs and still functioning actively. Ladakh offers its visitors some rare sights like the 130km long expansive magical Pangong Lake, lying at 4267m and partly in China. The spectacular view of the Changchenmo range of mountains reflects itself in the ever changing blues and greens of the lake.
In this cultural odyssey, we travel through the ancient kingdom of Ladakh, soaking in the beauty of its captivating landscape, visiting monasteries, villages, palaces and humble homes, meeting people from all walks of life and understanding their way of life and culture; a journey that will truly make you want to return - such is the mesmerizing effect of the hospitable people in this enchanting Buddhist land called Ladakh

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Rafting

The Uttranchal (Garhwal & Kumaun) Himalayas and Himachal Pradesh offer fantastic trekking and mountaineering opportunities. There are innumerable breath taking journeys along some of the heighest paths in the world providing a glimpse of life that thrives in the heart of the heighest mountain range in the World.

There are a range of treks varying in grades to choose from, covering some exotic locations like the:

The Alaknanda one of the two main headstreams of the mighty Ganga provides one of the most thrilling white water runs in India. It rises at the confluence and foot of the Satopanth and Bhagirath Kharak glaciers in Uttarakhand, joins the Saraswati River at Mana, India, 21 km from Tibet.

The Alakananda Rafting Expedition begins in the Chamoli District covering a total distance of 126 km with rapids ranging from Grade 2- 5.

A road support team along with experienced Kayakers on river ensure immediate assistance and safety measures. Each night we will set up camp on the river banks to provide you with hot sumptuous meals, toasty fires and warm sleeping bags.

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The Zanskar River is a north-flowing tributary of the Indus. Lower (northern) sections of that gorge are popular for Wite Water rafting in summer, typically from Chiling to Nimmu. In winter when the road to Zanskar is closed by snow on the high passes, the only overland route to Padum is by walking along the frozen river, a multi-day hike that is now sold as an adventure activity called the Chadar ('ice sheet') Trek. More

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About Us

Adventure India is the expression of our love for the outdoors. We learn from our experiences in the Himalaya that engaging with nature up close is one of the guaranteed methods of discovering oneself.

All our programs are designed to share this experience. Since 1996 we have been specializing in Tailor-made, Off-beat adventure and experiential travel across India and international destinations.

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