Welcome to Take Me To Himalayas, the expeditiously rising adventure travel and tour operator in India. Our team is dedicated to providing our clients a quality adventure and a wholesome n authentic travel experience.
At “Take Me To Himalayas”, we feel privileged to live and work in one of the most beautiful regions of the world, The Mighty Himalayas and we are excited to share every bit of it with you. The mystery, the aura and the incredible adventure provided by them have long brought climbers enthusiasts and mountaineers from all over the globe to experience their beauty. Whether you are a climber or a nature lover the Himalayas are a must experience once in a lifetime and a travel goal for your travel to India. Get yourself transported to the land carved by glaciers, get enchanted by the snow-clad peaks spearing up into the sky and spectacular waterfalls gushing down into the valley. Walk by the river, explore the remote countryside with graphic landscapes climb with us to the roof of the world and get dazzled by the starry night sky in the world's highest inhabited village.
Our special expeditions will not just let you experience the unexplored nature trails, but also take you close to heavenly vibes. From verdant green lands to tropical forests feel the adventure thrill and explore the natural beauty diverse rich flora of the heart of Himalayas.
Our working areas are all the Himalayan region such as Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Jammu & Kashmir, North East Region, Nepal, Bhutan etc.
In the Himalayas, outdoor activities are a natural part of life in all seasons.
Snow leopards are fascinating animals; found at elevations of thousands of feet. Also, these wild cats are only native to the central Asian region, and to see one in its natural habitat, you have to travel to one such location. There are a number of places, where you can spot a snow leopard in the wild; however, no other destination is as good as Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary (established in 1992) in Spiti Valley. Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary is also a significant reserve for the conservation of Himalayan ibex, Blue Sheep, Redfox etc. While on this adventurous journey, you will get the opportunity to come across all of the endangered animals.
The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name "Spiti"means "The Middle Land", i.e. the land between Tibet and India. Spiti valley is a research and cultural centre for Buddhists. Highlights include Key Monastery and Tabo Monastery, one of the oldest monasteries in the world and a favourite of the Dalai Lama. It was the location of the scenery and cinematography in the Indian films Paap, Highway and Milarepa.
If incredulity is to be believed to exist, snow trekking in the Himalayas would certainly pave the way for the experience. Trekking in winters can be a gruesome task for many individuals, but not for those who are willing to spend some days in the snow. The absence of lush greenery is not as profound as the captivating white of snow on trees and mountains, both above and below clouds that make the whole region appear heaven.
Prashar Lake lies 50 km north of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India. Along the lake is a three-storied temple dedicated to sage Prashar. Built in the thirteenth century, legend has it that the temple was built by a baby from a single tree. Sage Prashar is believed to have meditated here and the lake is held sacred. Snow-capped peaks surround the lake and temple and the trek to the lake provides breathtaking views of Dhauladhar, Pir Pinjal, and Kinnaur mountain ranges. During winters, the road is closed because of heavy snowfall that this ridge receives. These factors combined, make this 16-kilometer trek an excellent beginner winter trek that is also quite child-friendly.
Churdhar Peak lies at an altitude of 3647 meters above sea level and is the highest peak of the Shivalik range in Sirmour district of Himachal Pradesh, India . Nohradhar is the base for this trek, But we start the trek from Sarain, Chopal, Shimla and ends in Nohradhar. Churdhar is also known as ‘‘Choor Chandni Ki Dhar’’ (the ridge of the bangle of snow) and covered with snow on its upper ridge throughout the year. Best time to trek is December, January, February and March. So if you are beginner and wanna trek in snow Churdhar is the best possible trek for you.
Follow the locals and get off from the road to explore the scenery, enjoy the attractions and taste the organic home cooked food and be a part of Himalayan family.
HOMESTAY TREK IN SPITI VALLEY
KIBBER WILDLIFE SANCTUARY TREK
SPITI VALLEY MOTORBIKE EXPEDTION
Take a quick look at our top listed treks and stay happy in the happiest place of all - The Himalayas.
BURAN PASS TREK
MT. KANAMO PEAK TREK
PRANG LA TREK
Take a quick look at our outdoors lists and find things to do in the Himalayas.
CAMP CLOSE TO THE HIMALAYAS
FEEL LIKE A BIRD IN THE HIMALAYAS
RAFTING IN THE HIMALAYAN RIVERS
Witness the magical Milky way and Night sky