India is one of those few places in the world where one can expect to discover something interesting in almost every corner. From Himalayas in the North to Kanyakumari down the South, visit to every Indian city leave travelers with memories to be cherished for lifetime. Upon visiting the country for the first time, I wanted to roam around everywhere like a nomad but due to time constraints I had to plan my journey in and around Himalayas only.
Do you know why I chose this part of the country only? Because I always had the curiosity to find out how the world’s highest mountain system looks like. To my surprise, Himalayas look much more stunning than what it appears in pictures over the Internet. The blanket of snow covering mountain peaks, dazzling water flowing down the hills, staggering lush trees and a peaceful silence all around is what you would get to witness on visiting Himalayas.
Truly, after experiencing all these facets of Himalayas I can say that it has been rightly described as heaven on Earth. Since the day I reached home, I have been recommending my friends to plan tours to India and witness this incredible wonder of nature. Undoubtedly, the charm of this Indian region is enough to keep travelers occupied throughout the stay but if you still want to have some additional fun then Himalayan mountain system has many things to offer.
The Himalayan system is the house to many hill stations and anyone from couples to friends can visit here to enjoy lovely weather. Some of the most popular hill stations in the Himalayan region include Shimla, Kullu Manali, Sarchu, Leh and a few more. Another interesting activity that travelers can enjoy while going on India tour is camping and trekking.
In fact, camping is one of the most common reasons why travelers from around the world visit Himalayas. If you are going for either camping or trekking, make sure you know about all the activities conducted under it. Also, you should ask the concerned person be it camp organizers or travel agents about the facilities offered during camping. Though I am not an expert traveler but would like to advise you to carry plenty of woolen clothes before going to India’s northern part. Carry travel insurance and health insurance so that you don’t have to search here and there in case of emergencies. Lastly, hire a reputed travel agency that can guide you at every step.