Trek: A Treat to the Soul

Trekking is not just a simple walk amidst the forests, lakes and mountains. It is a way of reconnecting with one’s body, mind and soul. Trekking leaves you speechless once you start doing it, it has been proven by scientists and through various experiences of individuals that this adventure has changed the lives of millions and given them an environment to feel and analyse themselves.

· Isn’t trekking boring and does it have any impact?

Trekking is a beautiful, marvellous and interesting adventure. Impacts? It has a plethora of positive impacts on an individual. A 7 Days Himalayan Trek can bring in so many important changes in an individual and leave them with just memories, lessons and blessings of the Mighty Himalayas.

· Let me now take you through some of the benefits that this highly rewarding adventure offers.

Body, Mind and Soul:

The three most important things to take care of for a healthy and happy life and trekking as a single activity helps you in achieving them. It lets the individual walk with multiple ascends and descends which makes their body physically fit, it is a no-network zone area where the mind is just relaxed and enjoying and is getting the much-needed peace, the beautiful sunrises of the Himalayas and the calming air into the body are just a treat to the soul.

Stress to peace:

All of us are busy with the technological machine world where one does not take proper care and give time for themselves. Most of us are just busy with the daily hustle and bustle of life, a much-needed break from the daily schedule of our life is very essential for our physical and mental health. Trekking connects an individual to peace where there is no work, no deadlines to meet, just connect with new people, have fun, explore and cherish the natural beauty and spend time with oneself as all of us deserve a break and trekking provides a perfect one.

Heavenly Experience:

Trekking provides you with a heavenly lifetime experience. Imagine waking up and unzipping your tent and seeing a lovely sunrise of the Himalayas with a cup of coffee and the warmth of sunlight passing down to your body, walking and climbing mountains into huge forests, listening to the birds chirping, feeling the cold air of the trees, having some delicious local snacks of the Himalayan regions across the river and seeing the mesmerizing sunset, going off to bed by seeing the billion beautiful stars which just ends the day with a wide smile both on your face and in your heart.

I am sure you must be all pumped and excited to explore the field of trekking and the Indian Himalayas, right?

· Below are some of the basic things required for doing a trek:

A Trekking Shoe.

Track pants and Fleece T-shirts.

Fleece jacket

Thermal Inner Layer.

Rain Poncho

Hiking poles.

Head torch.

Medical Kit




Dry-Fruits/Healthy Chocolate Bars.

Sunglasses, Cap, Woollen socks, Balaclava, sunscreen etc.

Down Feather Jacket.

· Below are some of the basic Himalayan treks for a Beginner:

Dayara Bugyal Trek, Uttarakhand

Hampta Pass, Trek, Himachal Pradesh.

Har Ki Doon Trek, Uttarakhand.

Kuari pass Trek, Uttarakhand.

Bhirgu Lake trek, Himachal Pradesh.

Chopta Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand.

Sandakphu Trek, West Bengal

Kareri Lake Trek, Himachal Pradesh.

Brahmatal Trek, Uttarakhand.

Binsar Trek, Uttarakhand.

Trekking is not just an activity it is a way to attain peace for one’s body, mind and soul. We at study tours India understand the importance of trekking and with our highly experienced tour and trek guides, we arrange treks in an innovative and fun way across the Himalayas. We are always delighted and excited in hosting trekkers across the country and give all our heart to providing them with the best trekking experience of a lifetime.

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