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Mountains

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From the world’s highest peaks to its lowest valleys, there is perhaps no greater environment than the mountains to experience the thrill of the wild and with ranges on nearly every continent, there are endless opportunities to explore. After all, if the mountains are calling, you must go.
 
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Hills and Mountains
From the vast snow topped ranges of the Himalayas in Ladakh, to the mountainous terrain and dense forests along the border with Myanmar, and stretching south to the rolling hills clad with spice plantations and tea estates in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, India’s natural topography is extraordinary.
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Inca trails
In Europe it’s said all roads lead to Rome, but in Peru, the same is true of Machu Picchu. The Inca road system running through the Andes was the most extensive and sophisticated in South America, totalling some 40,000 km Through here, we can take you in the footsteps of Inca's cultural history.
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Trekking in Bhutan
Bhutan’s Himalayan scenery, rich flora and fauna, and colourful prayer flags and chortens, a traditional shrine, make it a superb trekking destination. You don’t have to be particularly fit to enjoy a short hike in the mountains, though there are multi-day treks if you’re one for a challenge.
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The Great Rift Valley at it's best
The most dramatic scenery of Africa’s 6000km Great Rift Valley carves its path through Uganda. The rift formed not only Lake Victoria, but the forested, montane, and savanna skylines of the Queen Elizabeth and Rwenzori National Parks as well.
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Himalayas
Without doubt, the Himalayas are the most impressive mountain chain on earth. They tower above northern India, their snow-capped peaks holding not only the headwaters on which India depends for survival, but also national parks, Buddhist monasteries, and houseboats on alpine lakes.