October, 2012

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Trekking in Himalayas

The scenic beauty of the glistening hilltops kissing the horizons, and numerous rivers, streams and glaciers cradling in its lap, Himalayan ranges are trekkers’ paradise. To be a part of the ambiance clad with snow all over renders the trekkers spellbound with the magnificence and the thrill it evokes, as well as the mystic effects of the mountains trigger on a series of self-introspecting thoughts to take you closer to yourself and away from the reality, which eventually appears to be a fantasy itself.

Throwing a difficult challenge to the adventure junkies, Himalayas stand tall guarding the northern precincts of India. Clad in snow all the year round, Himalayas have irresistible charm that bewitches the nerves of adventure lovers as well as leisure travelers from all across the world. The gripping charm and high altitudes have attracted the attention of trekkers and climbers, who really want to give their caliber, a real try.

Himalayas Trekking Tours
Because the Himalaya, “home of the snows”, is the most impressive system of mountains on the planet, and for centuries the setting for epic feats of exploration and mountain climbing, are a world into themselves.
Ascending the heights and being a part of the Himalayan landscape is an experience beyond comparison. Above all trekking in the Himalaya is often a mix of adventure, pleasure and self realization.

Vision Himalay offer specialized tour packages for Trekking in Himalayas. We have designed trips with you in mind – whether you are a novice with no trekking experience, but have a desire to trek or whether you are an experienced mountain walker looking for wider options

World’s most Dazzling Mountain
Himalayas are the world’s apical mountain chain crowning the snow-capped peaks of 26,000 feet. (8000m). The word Himalayas is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘him (snow) and allay (home)’ is also called ‘abode of snow’. The Himalayas are also major rootstock to rivers including Ganges, Indus and the Brahmaputra the most sacred rivers of India. It also treasures the exquisite trekking hikes, lush green vegetation and portrays the majestic endowment, grandeur and charm of Nature. Indian Himalayas also captivate the tourists as they embellish the Hindu pilgrim routes.

Main Desirability in Himalayas
Indian Himalayan range stretches from west to east India is abode to 5 Indian states – Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. In North India, Himalayan ranges rises up to more than 3 miles above sea level. Mount Everest is 29,028 feet above sea level. Summer is the best time to visit this region as winter season is very harsh, long and cold. As far as if we talk about the attractions of Himalayas then there are thousands of places to visit.