• April 24, 2024
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Hiking holidays of the Top 9 Himalayan

Hiking holidays of the Top 9 Himalayan

We are totally passionate about the Himalayas at Mountain Kingdoms. The Himalayan range is made up of not only nine of the world’s top ten mountains, but also thousands of smaller peaks, fertile valleys, sparkling rivers, spectacular gets, and azure lakes span five states – India, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and Pakistan. A rich cultural heritage, shown by the variety of languages, fashion, customs, and beliefs of people who call the Himalaya home, is on display in the ever-impressive landscape.

We wanted our 9 favorite hiking holidays to represent this great sightseeing and cultural diversity and bring something to newcomers and tough hikers alike. We wanted to offer our 10 favorite hiking holidays. Only holding it at 9 was the only challenge! So, here’s our top ten, in no particular order, after much debate…

Druk Path Trek, Bhutan

Take a look at our Druk Path Trek if you like spending time in canvases but not too long. This old trail crosses beautiful mountains between Bhutan’s two major Paro and Thimphu cultural centers. A temple, holy Lakes, and magnificent views of the eastern Himalayas are the highlights of the trek. This holiday showcases Bhutan’s greatest things in just two weeks with enough time for sightseeing before and after the tour! If you want to spend a little more time in the mountains, check out our Chorten Way Trek, from Thimphu to Punakha, the ancient capital.

Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal

On the ‘bucket list’ of many people, a trek to Everest Base camp is high. Regardless of whether you want to admire the stunning landscapes, savor the iconic past, and simply say ‘I was here.’ It is an exciting and inspiring experience beginning with the exhilarating flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and finishing at the foot of the top mountain of the world. Yeah, the paths are popular and tea houses are always busy but you’ll have someone to share your sense of experience with and your results.

Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh, India

Ladakh provides summer trekking and very different scenery in the rain shadow of the Himalayas. Dry, wilderness-like land with deep gorges, distorted rock strata, and tragic cliffs set against the background of towering snow-capped peaks. It is the best part of this landscape and is the most popular trek in Ladakh. With just two weeks from London to London, the Himalayan Trek in the summer months is a great opportunity.

Ganesh Himal Trek, Nepal

Anything away but not too strenuous from the main trekking trails in Nepal could be our Ganesh Himal trek for you. The Ganesh Himal area lies in north Central Nepal and comprises four peaks over seven thousand meters, but by Himalayan standards, the trek itself is relatively small – below 4000 meters. Most of the campsites wake you up every day to magnificent views of the mountains and walk through green terraces, lovely forests, and villages of the Tamang or Gurung population, every day. And you probably won’t see another trekker, but you’ll have the trails all to yourself – a rared thing.

K2 Base Camp Trek, Pakistan

The wall to the foot of the second-highest mountain in the world is considered one of the real classics for the connoisseur of serious trekking. Recent changes in the Foreign Office’s travel advice have closed down for many years and opened up treks to this amazing region once again. Our walk follows the journey through the Baltoro Glacier, the Concordia ‘throne room’ and through the majestic landscapes of granite spires and sparkling ice peaks before reaching the Base camp itself.

Kareri Lake Trek, Himachal, India

A hiking destination is known as the Kareri Lake trek. The whole trek can be done comfortably in three days and leads through a lovely pine forest. The lake’s outflow is also called Nylund, a tour guide. The water stream can only be traced to its source. The lake begins in the forest, and the latter ends in rocky grass. On the way you can even stop for the night, there are a few campsites. Kareri Lake serves people wishing to walk further up the Dhauladhar Mountain as a base for both Minkiani and Baleni Pass.

Annapurna Base Camp in Style, Nepal

This wonderful trek is one of Nepal’s most amazing, following the picturesque gorge carved by Modi Khola into a covered amphitheater with its high Himalayan peaks, including Annapurna I’s stunning southern face. The sunrise is one of the most magical and unforgettable times you will enjoy on any Trek from the Himalayas. This is a wonderful tour for those who like their adventure with a few home comforts with super-comfortable accommodation, such as fluffy pillows and hot water bottles. In traditional tea houses, we also have a classic Annapurna Sanctuary Trek.

Lunana Snowman Trek, Bhutan

This epic trek runs through the full range of the Himalayan peaks in Bhutan, including Gangkar Punsum – the highest mountain in the world. Crossing vast uninhabited areas, high passes, and remote villages, you can walk into places with few people ever; Lunana is Bhutan’s most secluded and beautiful area in which even the Bhutani king has rarely gone. So, if you have a real adventure and love for the mountains, why not face the last challenge of trekking and complete your Lunana Snowman Trek!

Gentle Trekking & Luxury Lodges, Annapurna Foothills

This is the first Himalayan trekking holiday in the fertile valleys and fields of foothills. between high-quality lodes. The low mountain range follows the roughly-populated paths of villages set against the backdrop of some of the most spectacular slopes like Machapuchare. The lodges provide comfortable and relaxed accommodation with excellent food, en suite quarters, and even a happy night. Joy!

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