The highest mountain range in the world
formed as a result of the collision of the Indian subcontinent
with Asia, extend along the northern frontiers of Pakistan,
India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Burma.
With a length of 2,400 kilometers and
varying in width from 240 to 330 kilometers, The Himalayan
system is made up of three parallel ranges - the Greater
Himalayas, Lesser Himalayas, and the Outer Himalayas
- collectively called the Great Himalayan Range.
The Greater Himalayas contain the three
highest mountains on earth: Mount Everest (8,796 meters)
on the China-Nepal border; K2 (8,611 meters, also known
as Mount Godwin-Austen and Kanchenjunga (8,598 meters)
on the India-Nepal border.
A truly Himalayan kingdom – one of the Greatest
Wonders of the world to Everest base Camp. An all time
Pilgrimage to Holy Mt. Kailash and Lake Mansarovar by
passing the Base Camp of the North face of Everest and
Lhasa. The holiest mountain pilgrimage for the Jains,
Hindus, Buddhists and Bon religions.