Explore the Himalayan Sea
The Himalayan Sea is one of the worlds largest bodies of water, a lot of the water in the Himalayas comes from its tributaries. The river systems that help the Himalayas contain most of its water include the mighty Ganges, the Brahmaputra, the Ox-and-Tibet rivers and the Kangding River.
In ancient times, this vast body of water was called Sholankundra, and at the time, many peoples migrated there, some to conquer and others to farm. It was the Huns, who first found it to be a source of great wealth as the rivers served as trading routes, oil supplies and a way to transport heavy stones.
During World War II, the warring countries of India and China fought over the mines and precious metals within the Himalayan Mountains. Most of the minerals were stolen by the Japanese, but some were spirited away by the Chinese.
After that war, the countries of India and China established their control over the Indian part of the mountain range, which included almost 90% of the river systems. Later, the Chinese forced the Indians to evacuate the area around the Pakistan border, thus the Shan States was created. The Chinese named the new state of Kashmir after their nation.
After the partition of India and Pakistan, the Kashmir Valley was divided between the two countries and was given to India by the UN. Now the Indian part of the Himalayas is named as Indian Himalayas.
One special event you might want to take a tour to is the Timaru Festival. A lot of artisans from all over the country come to take part in this event. The Timaru Art Gallery is also located in this region.
There are many ancient temples and shrines in the Himalayan Sea region. There are a large number of national parks, which are located in this region. The Shillong National Park is one of the three national parks in India.
Some of the biggest river deltas in the Himalayas are located in the Himalayan Sea. These deltas have a variety of wildlife such as wild boar, elephant, rhino, leopard, crocodile, freshwater and saltwater fish, as well as assorted other animals.
There are many luxury resorts that dot the coastal areas of the Himalayan Sea. These resorts provide tourists with their own private seaside villas. In these hotels, you can stay for some days or months depending on your budget.
Amongst the most popular tourist spots in the Himalayan Sea region are Lhotse Base Camp, Cape Tribulation, Treks in the Himalayas, Nubra Valley and Dehra Dopa. These locations offer breathtaking views and a variety of different kinds of species of flora and fauna.
The Buddhist shrines in Nepal and India have earned the status of being some of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. During your trip, the surrounding villages will entice you to buy handicrafts from these beautiful structures.
The Mexican region is a fantastic experience for both the family and the traveler. Here, you can see glaciers, beautiful landscapes, eco-tourism and lots of restaurants where you can eat well cooked Spanish cuisine.