Anyone who enjoys taking part in adventure activities on a holiday should consider booking flights to India this summer.
People who seek out adventurous breaks may want to think about booking flights to India later this year.
This is because tourism officials in the state of Kashmir have reportedly announced that more than 100 high-altitude peaks in the region will be opened up to travellers this summer.
Many of the mountains which are due to be made more accessible will range from 3,000 to 7,800 metres in height and will mostly be located in the Ladakh Mountains in Eastern Karakoram, it has been reported.
Brad Atwal, World Expeditions UK manager, said that he believes the decision will be popular among thrill-seekers from Britain.
“I have no doubt that British climbers will be some of the first to climb in this stunning part of the world,” he stated.
Mr Atwal added that adventure travel as a whole has been one of the biggest growth sectors for the industry and noted that climbing breaks are “a growing market”.
Written by Erin Marshall