Are you backpacking and ready to do some outdoor activities this summer? Here are some reasons why should you consider trekking around Himalayas? Tibet is often synonyms with trekking due to its tempting landscape providing the best surrounding condition for trekking. Trekking is at best when it is during spring and summer in Tibet owing to its very climate conditions. Here are some of the benefits from trailing around Himalayas.
Can you workout your cardio in gym?
Many of you hit gyms to stay in shape but doing a little too less to you heart. Trekking is best known to workout our heart, giving no rooms for any kind of cardiovascular problems by enhancing the blood pressures. Trekking around Himalaya feeds the freshest air to your lungs thereby enhancing the cardio workout.
Trek to tune your body.
Trekking provides with rooms to stay fit and healthy by burning calories thereby helping you to lose your weight and fight obesity. The fitness always differs depending on the type of topography you choose to trek. Heading towards Himalayas for trekking always proofs to be as healthy as the other landscapes due to its challenging nature. The ascending nature of Himalayas gives your body an overall workout thereby letting you not only stay fit but also in getting your body shaped.
Mental Health in trekking
Just the way it helps in getting your body shaped, Trekking around Himalaya gives you spaces to develop you inner happiness. Those stunning mountains and lakes give you a different feel at every glimpse. Trekking is also suggested to be a kind of therapy to fight against depression. Research shows that the communication with Himalayan nature brings about inner peace of mind.
Its Spiritual, yes you heard it right!
For Many, Tibet has been a destination for spiritual journey. No matter whether you are an atheist or a believer, trekking around Himalayas always making you feel the presence of spiritualism within you. Tibetans believe that the circumambulation around a holy destinations always brings about cultivation of good deeds. Not only Buddhism, the other religions like Hindu, Jain etc also believe in the sacredness of those destinations.