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Sikkim

General Information: SIKKIM, situated between Nepal in the West and Bhutan in the East, State of India in the South and the Tibet in the North is supposed to be the hottest bio-diversity regions in the Himalayas. A visit to SIKKIM is a rare and unique experience, situated on the Eastern Himalayas, in the shadow of the towering Mt. Kanchenjunga ranges, the third highest mountain, which is worshipped as the principal deity.The region of SIKKIM is an inhabitant of diverse ethnic groups. The Lepchas . . .

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Tibet

Tibet Information: Area: 1.2 million sq. kmCapital: LhasaTemperatures: 23C/73F in summer -15C/5F in winter Population: 14 millionswith an average elevation of over 4,000 m, Tibet is considered to be the highest region in the world and is often called the "Roof of the World." This comes as no surprise, especially since southern Tibet is located in the Himalayas, which contains many of the world's highest summits. In addition to its incredible heights, Tibet is also one of the most isolated areas . . .

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Bhutan

About Bhutan:Bhutan is a small land-locked country representing a Buddhist kingdom in south Asia. Bhutan just has opened itself up to the outside world and focused on its tourism policy by the country’s theocratic rulers, fixed visitors numbers. The landscape of Bhutanese mountains is really a breathtaking one. Friendliness and charming Bhutanese make your journey further pleasurable. Botanical Treks offers tour and treks of the Kingdom of Bhutan plus cultural tours on request.Bhutan, the Land . . .

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Nepal

Nepal is geographically located between two populous countries of the world India in the east, south and west and by Tibet (an autonomous region of China) in the north, at the longitude 80.4’to 88.12’ east and latitude 26.22’ to 30.27’ north. The republic is roughly rectangular in shape and has been cover an area of 147,181 square kilometer.On the basis of its physical setting, Nepal has been broadly divided into three ecological zones/regions: the Mountain, the Hilly and the Terai or pl . . .

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