This unique expedition combines awesome Himalayan trekking with a visit to India’s exiled Tibetan community.
The challenge begins and ends in Dharamsala, where the Dalai Lama
and the centre of the Tibetan Community are situated, at the heart of
the world’s highest mountain range.
Your two week expedition follows the Uhl River, through
rhododendron and evergreen forests. The route takes in Hindu settlements
and isolated Buddhist monasteries. The region remains largely
unvisited, which makes it a pristine and unspoilt area to trek.
You spend a night beside nomadic shepherd encampments, and another in the Taragarh Palace, home to Maharajas for centuries.
You can then spend your final day exploring the Taj Mahal – one of the greatest monuments to love ever built.