A TREK IN THE HIMALAYAS
Any avid trekker dreams of trekking in the world’s highest, largest and most inhabited mountain, the Himalayas Mountains. The mountain consists of a series of rugged ranges that spreads over a distance of 3,500 kilometers across several countries including Pakistan, China, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. The Himalayas, believed to be the abode of the gods is awe-inspiring with its heights, natural splendor and the enchanting spiritual culture of the people who call this place home.
Nepal is the trekking paradise of the Himalayas, comprising of the world’s 14 highest peaks, they cover three quarters of the country. It is home to some of the rugged, remotest and most challenging terrains in the world and the highest peak, Mount Everest. The trekking routes may be challenging (particularly if you do these ones) but very rewarding in way of scenic beauty.(Image by Ashok Niroula)
Some of the best treks in Himalayas include the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Dolpo Traverse, the classic Manaslu Circuit, Nar Phu Valleys of Nepal and Mustang. There are numerous exciting treks in the Himalayas; it makes it home to trekking holidays.
A TOUR OF THE LAND OF THE KIWIS
New Zealand, famously known as the land of the Kiwis, is a destination where imaginations become a reality. It may appear almost like a dismissible dot on the world map, but it is in fact a land full of diverse natural wonders, which will leave your jaws unable to interlock most of the time. Think of lofty snow capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, thermal springs, glaciers, dramatic coastlines, parks, picturesque fjords, subtropical forests and thousands of scenic walks and trails.
New Zealand lies between two tectonic plates making it home to breathtaking geothermal areas and volcanoes, some of which are still active. Visit Lake Taupo, the largest result of volcanic reactions in the world and Rotorua is the best example of active volcanic activity with its array of geysers, water pools and bubbling mud. Take a tour through to the North and the South Islands and experience nature at its best.
A TOUR OF SOUTH EAST ASIA
South East of Asia is a traveler’s paradise, and has been for ages now due to its array of attractions including beaches, ancient temples, exotic cultures, islands and towering mountains. From the cities, to the villages and from the mountains to the beaches, South East of Asia has amazing attractions and great opportunities for activities that will keep your adrenaline rushing.
Never skip Thailand on a trip to South East Asia, it offers unspoilt natural beauty, mist shrouded mountains, spectacular beaches, Buddhist temples and remote islands. Aside from its bustling cities and villages take a break in the island of KorRok and enjoy its striking natural beauty.
Myanmar is another destination to include in your itinerary, it is full of amazing discoveries such as temple, villages, waterfalls and a generally laid-back atmosphere, one of the places never to miss is the villages around Hspaw for a dose of culture that companies like this specialise in.(Image by Antropólogo Fidelio)
There are numerous places to explore in the South east of Asia including Sumatra in Indonesia, Kapas Island in Malaysia, El Nido in Philippines, Don Kong Island in Laos and Siem Reap in Cambodia.
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