Petit Futé

Land of high mountain passes, Ladakh called the Little Tibet with its spectacular ancient monasteries hanging high in the heart of the Himalayas, its remote villages where local people still living almost as their ancestors are isolated from the outer world eight months a year due to cold, snow and high altitude.
Ladakh and Zanskar valleys offer magnificient treks with its high hanging gompas above oasis villages, snow mountains and its breathtaking mineral landscapes.


This tiny Himalayan region with dense forets of pine, rhodendron and magnolia and of course its famous orchids is located between Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.
Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain, considered the guardian of west Sikkim stands high above the Teesta and Rangeet rivers which forms gorgeous valleys.
Amidst the grandeur of the eastern Himalayas, gorgeous valleys and terraced hills, Sikkim offers her visitors a rare experience.