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Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura

Places it includes

Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura

Culture & Festival

The states of Himalayan Range paint a rather endearing picture with their heady mix of nature’s essence and liveliness of the locals living there. The snow-laden mountain peaks, ethereal lakes, colourful apple orchards and lush green surroundings give an atmosphere of a world away from the world.

The people in Northern region mainly belong to different Hindu communities and since agriculture remains one of the major sources of employment other than tourism, celebrate a lot of harvest related festivals.

The Eastern region, on the other hand, paints a rainbow of different cultures with most of its population belonging to different tribes living there for generations. Colourful attires, charming jewelry and unique traditions and festivals make this a life-time experience for every tourist. People here are simple, helpful and love to celebrate every thing with a festival right from spring to first harvest to folk songs and dances.

Few popular festivals in North East:

Hornbill Festival (Nagaland) – December first week
Torgya Monastery Festival (Arunachal Pradesh) – January
Nongkrem Dance Festival (Meghalaya) – November
Yaoshang Festival (Manipur) – February-March
Chapchar Kut Festival (Manipur) – February-March
Minjar Fair (Himachal Pradesh) – July-August
Baisakhi (Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir)– April
Hamir Utsav (Himachal Pradesh) – November
Great Himalayan Marathon (Himachal Pradesh) – September-October
Bird Watching Festival (Himachal Pradesh) – January
Purmandal Mela (Jammu & Kashmir) – February–March

Shopping Attractions

Bamboo craft (Manipur, Nagaland)
Handloom carpets & other products (Nagaland, Mizoram)
Lew Duh (Popular market in Shillong for all major souvenirs and artifacts)
Buddhist cloth paintings, souvenirs (Ladakh)
Turquoise jewelry, Ladakhi hats (Ladakh)
Rugs, dry fruits (Jammu & Kashmir)
Handloom and pashmina shawls (Jammu & Kashmir)
Wooden handicrafts (Shimla, Himachal Pradesh)
Embroidered woollen shawls (Manali, Himachal Pradesh)
Tibetan handicrafts and carpets (Himachal Pradesh)
Embroidered silk (Himachal Pradesh)
Organic juices, jams, flavoured wines (Himachal Pradesh)


Toy train to Shimla, Houseboats, Trekking, Hill Stations, Wild Water Rafting, Parasailing, Trout Fishing, Paragliding, Skiing, Snowboarding, Ice Skating, Mountain Cycling, Bungee Jumping, Jeep Safaris, Air Surfing, Sky Diving, Hot Air Balloon

Best time to visit

April to October

Smart Tips

Bring out the adventurer in you with a Himalayan Range tour. However, make sure to pack all your necessary gears and a handy travel kit for the vacation so that you don’t miss out on any action.

Don’t miss out on a spiritual expedition and visit the monasteries and Tibetan settlements in Ladakh. It’s a small world of its own filled with their culture, community and traditions that give a charming, learning experience.


The Himalayan Range is an enchanting experience that lures every nature lover to experience the mystifying heights, silencing mountains and unexplored treks at least once. In India, the Himalayan Range covers 10 different states starting from top North moving towards North East of the country.

An area 10 times the actual size of France, the Himalayan Range is host to some of the greatest biodiversity on the planet. Rich in flora and fauna, it offers some of the most beautiful tourist attractions away from the crowd and city life. Right from the breathtakingly beautiful valleys of Ladakh which also offer a valuable insight into Buddhism to sumptuous cuisines in Sikkim to the wide array of adventure sports and activities you can enjoy in Himachal and Uttarakhand; it’s a treat for body, mind and soul every which way.

Treks, village walks, rafting, parasailing, snowboarding, mountain cycling and sky diving are just few of the many things you can’t miss at this vast enchanting land of Himalayan Range.

How To Reach

The Himalayan Range is well-connected with roads and air routes to other cities in India. However, the flights to places like Ladakh and Sikkim are few and not as frequent compared to others. Hence, it’s always a good idea to book your tickets well in advance to avoid any last-minute panic.

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