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  • Nepal
    Nature has been kind to our small Himalayan kingdom. It has expressed itself in a variety of genres.The unique geographical location of this landlocked country has resulted... more
  • Tibet
    The name itself invokes a sense of mystery and magic. Spread over a vast expanse of high altitude desert beyond the Himalayas this ancient kingdom is truly the last of the Shangri-Las... more
  • Bhutan
    Sandwiched between two Asian Giants, the small Himalayan kingdom is truly one of the last Shangri- las. Mysterious and alluring, the land of the thunder dragon has always... more
  • Sikkim
    Small but beautiful, this small erstwhile Himalayan in the northeastern frontier of India, is wedged between China, Nepal, Bhutan and the sleepy Darjeeling district. Remote... more
Annapurna Area

Annapurna area known for its tremendous beauty and culture is a land of extremes - high mountains and equally deep valleys. People from diverse backgrounds have made this region their home. The steep terraces, soaring peaks and barren plateaus bear witness to different cultures. Nepal's largest conservation area, Annapurna covers an area of 7600 sq. kms and it provides an excellent habitat for a wide variety of plants and animals reflect the land's biological diversity. With over thousands of tourist visiting this area, this most popular trekking destination was converted into a sanctuary to protect the environmentally sensitive region.