India is the country of South Asia and is the seventh largest country. India's capital New Delhi and India have different people with mixed cultures and flavors, and the majority of Indians now love to travel and discover in their own way one day. In India, you will feel the adrenaline's rush on hiking, hiking, climbing, rock climbing, paragliding, paragliding, scuba diving, motorcycle rides, snorkeling, zip lining, white water rafts, hot air balloons and much more. There are a variety of adventurous venues such as India, the Flower Trek (Uttrakhand), Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek, Trek Vasuki Tal Gaumukh, Tapovan and Nandanvan, Lord Curzon Trail (Uttrakhand), Holy Lakes Trek Himachal Pradesh ), Lamayuru Alchi Trekking, Chadar Trek, Zanskar Valley Trekking and Beas Kund Trekking. trekking in the Himalayas. The Valley of Flowers offers a heavenly experience in the beautiful nature of Himalayan landscapes. The best time to visit this place is Aug, September and October. The Valley of Flowers leads through the thick forests of the dark oak, fir, bush, pine, deodorous, passing Bugayals. Wide open meadows will be characteristic of the region, which are high-altitude summer pastures and different streams. On the way, there is a beautiful view of the mountains, the approach of Trishul (23,496 ft / 7,120 m) to the tip of Kedarnath (22,994 feet / 6,968 m), the tip of the mountain (25,595 ft / 7,756 m) Nilkanth (6 566 m), Rishikot, Changabang (22,651 ft / 6,864 m), Kedarnath and Chowkham (23,522 ft / 7,128 m). The valley of flowers was carefully preserved. If you stand at the foot of the valley, grass meadows run down the banks of the brook, which covered ice even in August. On both sides, inexperienced slopes turn to a dark rock as they are covered in deep blue skies. Slopingly, the valley ends on a horizon with a snowy horizon on the horizon, Rataban (6 166 m) and Nilgiri (6474 m). Under the feet we are inclined to catch the flowers that give the valley their name.
Nanda Devi's Eastern Cape Trek-Nanda Devi, the highest peak in the Garhwal Himalayas, is an unbeatable experience for snow-climbing and the opportunity to embrace the beautiful Nanda Devi sanctuary of its kind. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July and August. This is a very great adventure tour starts at Munsiyari (2290M), located about 120 km from Pithoragarh. Munsyari is a beautiful village with spectacular waterfalls and a home of the Johari tribe who are famous for their Ayurvedic medicines and their woolen scarves. Breathtaking views of Panchchira are here, while the Munsyari is the base of the Milam, Namik, Ralam glaciers and the Nanda Devi Peak hikers. It is worth seeing the sight of Trishuli, Hardeol and Rishi Paharare Milam Glaciers. The whole excursion shows many such spectacles, but one of the best culmination remains on the beautiful meadows of the Nanda Devi Base camp, which we would all be happy to see. If your luck likes this trip, you may even see the invisible Snow Leopard or Himalayan musk horns.
Trek to Vasuki Tal Lake through Gaumukh, Tapovan and Nandanvan – High-altitude hiking in the Garhwal Himalayas straight on the cliffs and crystal clear waters of Vasuki Tal provides trekkers an eye-catching and adventurous trekking opportunity. The best time to visit this place in May, June, July, August, September Trekking fans who like to challenge Trek the Iron Cup in the group at least six, because the trekking route is very difficult. Trekking guide should be Vasuki Tal trek. The Trek Gaurikund begins through Rambara, reaching GararChatti and finally through the Kedarnath Temple. The Gaumukh, Tapovan, and Nandanva tour coincide with a pilgrimage to one of the char dhams. Gangotri is considered a mythological offer of the Ganga River. they say that King Bhagirath prayed to Lord Shiva for saving the souls of his 60,000 sons. Shiva obliged and asked the Immortal Gang to release his water, which refined the ashes of the sons of Bhagirathi. thanks to this mythological story, the Ganga River can be regarded as the purification of the soul. Trekkers are impressed by the miracle of the Mandakini River, which flows down the road towards Kedarnath Temple. The dense forests surrounding the beautiful fauna, the wide range of mountains and the impressive waterfalls inspire the hikers. From Kedarnat to Vasuki there is a high rushing on the Goat Road. Hikers can meet shepherds from sheep and goat's huts to Chaukhamba Mountain and the Mandakini Valley spectacular. Vasuki Hill is high, Iron Pipe on a 1 km slope.
Lord Curzon Trail (Uttrakhand) – Rural tour of a path that swept through a series of pasture and shepherd camps and has great views of the Himalayas and the soaring Nanda Devi while passing through the Kauri Pass. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July, August, September. A great excursion in a beautiful landscape, following a path through a row of pastures and pastures, with a great view of the Himalayan areas of India and therefore the crossing of the Kauri Pass with a view of the mountainous mountain peak (7816m).
Holy Lakes Trek (Himachal Pradesh) – Himachal Pradesh holy lakes are bright, reflective, shiny and even flourish with the shoreline. Each lake offers scenic views of the Himalayan Mountains; loungers, however, are man-made reservoirs and pools that are bordered by nature. The best time to visit this place is June to October. Holy Lakes Trek is designed for adventure and a huge adrenaline rush. Simply West Dharamshala is a high altitude valley nestled in the soaring peaks of Western Dhauladhar varies. This space is covered in mythical stories, has seven snow-fed lakes and is one of the most beautiful places in the local gaddian tribes. The tour itself is hard, the ground is heavy and the weather is unpredictable. a perfect tour for serious researchers, photographers and nature lovers.
Lamayuru Alchi Trekking-Ladakh has a lot of experience for travelers, spirituality in one of them. This tour gives you an opportunity to understand the beauty around the monasteries; in fact, to move to the monks and to acquire certain knowledge. The best time to visit this place is May-November. 125 km west of Leh, on a stunningly beautiful track, stands the initial existing monastery Ladakh, known as Yung-Drung or Svastika. The Gompa is built on a surprisingly sandstone and dating back to the 11th century. The monastery has significant performances and the adjoining area has an attractive landscape that is made of yellow loess. The Alchi Monastery is located 69 km west of Leh, all of Gompá's built in RinchenZangpo in the 11th century. The monastery contains one of the finest frescoes and frescoes of Buddhist iconography.
Chadar Trek (Chadar trek) – The Chadar trek is one of the most exciting and adventurous journeys in Northern India all winter in the mountainous Ladakhi Buddhist valley. Ladakh has always received the magic and majestic beauty of its visitors. The best time to visit this place is January and February. Walking on the frozen river of Zanskar is the ultimate adventure for adventure lovers. Zanskar is one of the oldest inhabited regions of the world, with the wild and lonely valleys of the Himalayas with over 13,000 feet (4000 meters). In winter the Zanskar is isolated and only in January and February is the way to the rest of the world: the canyon of the Zanskar River. We walk through the so-called Chadar or the ice that keeps the river from the village of Chilling to Lingshed.
Source by Deepak Kumar