Marking the Indian terrain separate from the Tibetan plateau, the Himalayan range is a series of snow clad mountains in the Indian subcontinent, Asia.

One of the highest peaks in the world, these fifty mountains are at an elevation of 7200 meters which is 23,600 feet! Out of the fourteen 8000 meter peaks, ten are included in the Himalayan range. The highest peak in the world, Mount Everest, is to be found in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas. The range runs along an arc from Kashmir to Kathmandu, Ladakh, and Lhasa, cutting across the continent of Asia. The Himalayan range is mighty and big for travelers to even imagine exploring it all at once. It is an ideal for mountaineers, especially those set to establish their names in the world.

Upon visiting the towns and settlements in the Himalayas, one will be introduced to the multiple ethnicities and cultures that the people of the Himalayas express. The diversity becomes evident in their housing structures, their warmth, their clothing style, their architectural designs, languages, and rituals.

Painting an unusual and endearing picture to the tourist, the locals are exceedingly welcoming and helpful. Only the bravehearts and inquisitive nature lovers make it to the remote areas of the Himalayas, but if you want to be entirely consumed by the beauty that the world has to offer – Ladakh is the place for you.

Himalayas Tours