This fascinating Himalayas adventure travel expedition takes us to spectacular natural wonders and exquisite cultural landmarks. We begin in Delhi, where we visit energetic bazaars, lavish palaces, and stunning British Raj and Mughal architecture.
This wonderfully remote and culturally distinct region in Northern India features breathtakingly situated ancient capitals, temples and monasteries, and some of the most dramatic mountain scenery in the world. It is often thought of as a smaller version of Tibet.
Set between the Kunlun mountains and the Himalayas, the Indian region of Ladakh is famed for its remote alpine beauty and ancient culture.
Close to Ladakh's eastern border with Tibet, the rarely visited high plains of the Chang Tang are coloured in just a few places by beautiful turquoise lakes, such as Tso Kar and Tso Morari - this trekking and climbing holiday is the perfect way to view this remote and stunning landscape.
Following a beautiful high valley, this superb trek leads through a spectacular mountain world, coloured by green irrigated fields and the red of the monks' robes at the villages and monasteries en route.
In the remote Ngari Province in far western Tibet, an area which is too high to support agriculture and which is home only to nomadic Drogpa herdsmen, lies the strikingly symmetrical Mount Kailas (6714m / 22,028ft) which is revered by the devout of several religions.