The Himalayas is one of nature's gift to mankind. It's the symbol of nature's beauty in true sense. Himalayas being the world's highest mountain chain is a collage of nature's beauty. It portrays different facets of nature like the snowcapped mountain peaks, valleys, glaciers, rivers, and varied and rich vegetation. For mankind Himalayas has always been a mystery so people have tried to explore it again and again. It was in the year 1953, 29th May when Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first humans to climb the world's highest peak Mt. Everest, , since than many have climbed to explore the unknown zone of the Himalayas. Exploring the Himalayas brings you close to nature its surroundings, its people, its religion and food habits. As you traverse through the Himalayan range you discover the geographic variation from the lush green lands to the beautiful valleys and tropical jungles. Such variation is rarely seen anywhere else in the world.

"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves."
John Muir

        There are various destinations to be visited in the Himalayas. With variations in the climate, vegetation and geographical characteristics each place is distinct from the other. The tribes and the people of Himalayas showcases their own rich culture and heritage of the region. Himalayas is considered paradise on earth. Its scenic beauty is just a visual treat. It rejuvenates the body and soul. The mystic beauty of the Himalayas has attracted people from across the world. Other than the popular holiday destination Himalayas is also known for certain places, which are still unexplored. So if you want to walk down the green and flowery meadows and climb up the rugged mountains than Himalayas is the perfect destination. So don't wait come and explore the greatest gift of nature.

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In the Hundred ages of gods, I could not tell thee of the glories of Himalayas.As the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of Himalayas.
-The Skanda Purana

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