Due to the number of options available, you may choose your region of travel with the month you are planning your trip for.

Ladakh / Nubra / Zanskar / Changthang / Kinnaur / Lahaul / Spiti
June-end September

Stark, arid and with average altitudes varying between 9,000-13,000 feet above sea level, these areas provide a region for travel when the rest of India is under umbrellas due to the monsoons. Being in a Trans-Himalayan belt, these months provide opportunities for high altitude trekking, mountain biking, self-contained jeep safaris, river rafting and an excellent insight into the Buddhist and tribal cultures that prevails in the remote monasteries and villages, still pretty much intact from the modern world.
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May/June, October/November

These areas provide trekking in mild alpine terrain, along with some demanding routes. Dharamsala is a base for Tibetan refugees in India and is the start of some of the best treks in the region, crossing over the high Dhauladhar and Pirpanjal ranges into adjoining valleys. You could be following a herd of thousands of sheep over the high passes alongwith nomadic shepherd tribes, the "gaddis".
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Garhwal & Kumaon Himalaya (Uttaranchal)
May - November

Described by the early Himalayan explorers as the most beautiful part of the Himalaya, this area offers opportunities for travelers looking for that little bit more. A lesser traveled region, and a haven for trekkers and paddlers alike, this region will give you an experience which will not have very many rivals. We have our rafting bases in this region for ten months of the year.
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Sikkim/Darjeeling/Assam/Arunachal Pradesh

Views of Kanchendzonga are brilliant along all routes in Darjeeling and Sikkim while the state of Arunachal Pradesh offers culture with a difference, tribesmen in finery, remote monasteries and a very different face to India. Visit Bomdila and Tawang, the famous Kaziranga sanctuary in Assam, drive through the quaint settlements of Ziro and Daporijo or float and angle on the Kameng river. Some of the wilder rivers in India flow through this state and Aquaterra has the distinction of all guides having been on the major river descents the state has to offer.
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Rajasthan/Madhya Pradesh/Uttaranchal/Ladakh

Convenient extensions to tours in India are the cities in the Golden triangle, Agra and Jaipur. The Pushkar cattle fair is held each year in November. Visit the sand dunes at Jaisalmer, study architecture at Shekhawati, or go fort watching at Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Bikaner. Stay at Heritage hotels or travel like royalty on the "Palace on Wheels". Visit wildlife sanctuaries in Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Ranthambor or at the Corbett National Park. Visit the temples of Khajuraho over a weekend, rock paintings & frescoes in Pachmarhi and Bhimbedka. The more adventurous can opt for the Zanskar "Chadar" trip (walking the frozen Zanskar river) in February.
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