Home to some of the tallest mountain peaks in the world, the mighty Himalayas present the ultimate adventure for mountaineers and trekkers from all around the world. From easy treks around Manali in Himachal, to complex ones like Pin Parvati Pass, the Indian Himalayas offer it all.
When on a trek in India, travellers are often at altitudes as high as 16,000 feet, out of their comfort zones, eating new types of food and dealing with extreme weather. This makes them vulnerable to common health issues like blisters, stomach upsets, body ache or a cold. If you're one of the thousands attempting a Himalayan trek this season, here are a few travel tips to keep you healthy and fit throughout.