Hike, bike and raft your way through India’s stunning Ladakh region. You’ll call the Himalayas home and trek through mountain passes and remote villages before descending on two wheels from one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Explore the valleys as well as the peaks while rafting rapids and flat water, and gain an insight into the region’s Buddhist beliefs after visiting several monasteries and religious sights.
- Take a whitewater rafting trip you'll never forget among the dramatic and jagged mountain passes of Ladakh. Ladakh means the 'land of high passes' due to its location between the Siachen Glacier in the Karakoram range and the Great Himalayas.
- Sleep under the stars in the Himalayas, at a local camp in remote Yangthang. Waking up surrounded by the peaks of the Himalayas and enjoying the crisp mountain air is the ultimate way to reconnect with nature.
- Spend three days trekking through the mountains, visiting small monasteries and keeping an eye out for ruins of historical forts. You'll also take part in a mountain homestay one night in the Sham Valley, where you'll have the chance to experience life like a local.
- Experience the vibrancy of Delhi, India's chaotic capital and a vivid contrast to the peace of the Himalayas. Visit famous temples like Gurudwara Bangla Sahib or some of the cities beautiful gardens like the tranquil Lodhi Garden.