"WHERE THE SKY MEETS THE EARTH"
comes the sky to meet the earth who embraces thou with love & pride !".
Ladakh is a land where the sky bows to the greatness of the earth and
unites greatness and infinite vastness. Ladakh lies on the western edge of
the Tibetan plateau and is bordered by the Himalayan Range to the south and
the Karakoram to the north. Majestical peaks shadow the sun-baked landscape
and glacial melt rejuvinates precious crops during the brief growing season.
Ladakh has been a place of origin of Vajrayana Buddhism for the last 1000
years and its tremendous natural beauty is complemented by magnificent
medieval monasteries, white washed chortens, and brightly colored prayer
The Road - Map........
Usually the trek starts from the capital of Leh on to Likhir, Alchi, and
Basgo through remote villages to Tingsmogang. Along the way there are
opportunities to meditate at historic sites, stay in local guesthouses, and
trek through some of Asia's most breathtaking scenery. After the first two
weeks in central Ladakh, it is best to continue on to the recenwoods echoing
with the splendid avian life. Higher up are spectacular open meadows full of
beautiful wild flowers and friendly locals. Later, climb towards the Parbati
Pass (5,319 m) over a moraine glacier with magnificent views of the
snowcapped peaks all around.
The picturesque Parbati range and Spiti peaks are simply incredible. While
descending from the ver Rafting bonanza.
Sikkim is India's smallest state, but perfect for trekking. It perches, a
touch insouciantly, between Nepal, China, Tibet and Bhutan, and over the
centuries has been influenced and indeed populated from all these areas.
Kanchendzonga (8,586 M), the third highest mountain in the world, dominates
the states, being both awesome topographical landmark and a sacred deity.
A memorable Trip!
unforgettable trip, including a breathtaking mountain trek, takes you
through the magical garden kingdom of Sikkim . Travelling through the
picturesque terraced fields of barley, fragrant tea gardens, fruit orchards,
forests of rhododendrons, magnolias and splendid displays of orchids one can
discover the true natural splendor.
All this is set against the backdrop of the third highest mountain in the
world-Kangchendzonga which dominates the sky line. The trip ends with a
superb stay at Orchid Retreat in Kalimpong
Types of trek
Camping Trek/ Tea House - Lodge Trek
It has been the dream of the trekkers worldwide to come close and face to
face with the majestic Himalayas. Going for a backcountry hike is always a
real mesmerising and a rejuvinating experience. But the escapade into The
Himalayan Kingdom is the travelers ultimate quest. While traveling, time
stretches out and the mind clears, focusing simply on the act of placing one
foot in front of the other and enjoying the sweet scent of mountain air.
The cultural rendezvous with the Himalaya is a high experience in itself,
its open, friendly people who offer their warm hospitality, and donot miss
the chance to pass through villages to encounter rural life.
Fully organized treks are conducted in remote areas supplying all camping
equipment such as two person tents, mattresses, tables and chairs, dining
and toilet tents, all kitchen utensils. A Sirdar (chief guide), assistant
guides, cook and kitchen boys accompany each group. The Sirdar employs the
appropriate number of porters to carry all equipment and trekking gear.
Lodge Trek / Tea House Trek
Porters are available for every two persons to carry the bulk of your kit.
The standard of accommodation and food at these inns varies tremendously,
but your guide will select the best available. Should our itineraries not be
to your satisfaction, you are welcome to design your own.
Trekking Places in Ladakh
Winter trek to Zansker
Lamayuru - Padum
Chathang/ Rusho Valley Region
Nubra Valley Region
Markha Valley Treks