Hiking or TrekkingTours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan
Climbing or Peak TrekkingTours in Nepal
Cycling or Mountain BikingTours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan
Sightseeing or FestivalTours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan
|Poon Hill Trek|
|Tamang Heritage Trek|
|Dagala Lakes Trek|
|Annapurna Base Camp Trek|
|Everest Base Camp Trek Nepal|
|Mount Kailash via Zhangmu|
|Laya Trek Bhutan|
|Everest Base and Island Peak|
|Everest Advanced Base Camp Trek|
|Annapurna Circuit Trek|
|Mount Kailash from Lhasa|
|Everest Trek via Gokyo Lakes Cho La|
|Kharta Valley Trekking|
|Everest Trek via Renjo La|
|Mt Kailash from Simikot to Lhasa|
|Snowman Trek Bhutan|
All of our adventures tours have a grading system based on a number, a letter and FP. The letter refers to the technical difficulty of the trip, and the number to the level of fitness required. The higher the grade combination, the more strenuous the trek and the more previous trekking experience is required. Note the grade of the trip highlighted in the button along side the trip image, and then click on the grade to view the full grading system
This is a shorter trek to lower altitude taking you into the Annapurna's. The mountain scenery is break taking and combines incredible scenery with a chance to see beautiful Gurung Villages along the way.
The Tamang Heritage trail is a newly opened trekking route. You will get to experience the best of incredible scenery and the depth of the culture of the Tamang people of this region.
Named after the lakes along the route, the Dagala trek is excellent for those of good fitness levels who have not had previous Alpine experience.
Annapurna literally mean, "full of food" and refers to the Goddess of the Harvests. The trek to base camp is often regarded as one of the most popular treks in the Himalayas.
The Jhomalhari trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. Starting at Drukgyel Dzong, this trek passes through fields into deep forested valleys, which gradually lead to high altitude pastures.
This is one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the Himalayas, along paths lined and carved out by multi-hued prayer flags, prayer wheels and carved Mani stones.
This trip is focused in Sherpa village life, see the highest peak in the earth, magnificent panoramas of mountains, lakes, sherpa culture and hospitality, lush forest of birch and pine.ghghghhgh
This is not only a trekking tour, but includes a trekking peak, Island Peak. As the initial trek is to Everest base camp we have included it here. For many, climbing Island Peak marks the beginning of climbing in the Himalayas
The trek is an extended and strenuous trek, through high alpine pastures, high passes and serene uninhabited valleys. The Dhaulagiri massif hides the hidden region of Dolpo to the North.
This trek takes one up the North Face of Everest, to camp III, as close to the summit of Everest as any non-mountain climber can go, all the way to Camp 3 and the base of the North Col via the East Rongbuk Glacier.
This trek is difficult to match for its rugged mountain scenery and variety of cultures. The trek is a circuit encompassing the Annapurna mountain range featuring Annapurna I, the 10th highest mountain in the world.
Mt. Kailash is the highest peak in the Gangdise mountain range with an altitude over 6,600 m. This 52km sacred trek is done with entry to Tibet via Lhasa
Mt. Kailash is the highest peak in the Gangdise mountain range with an altitude over 6,600 m. This 52km sacred trek is done with entry to Tibet via Zhangmu
This trek to Everest gives you the grand tour of the famous Khumbu Valley. Compared to the standard Base this route is more challenging as the trek includes a high mountain pass, the Cho La at 5420m
This trek requires stamina, given that this trek is at high altitude. The highest point is Langma La at 5332 metres. On a clear day, the views from the pass are incredible, of Makalu, Everest, Lhotse Shar and Lhotse.
Compared to the standard Everest Base Trek, this route is far more challenging as the trek includes Gokyo Ri, Renjo La, Kala Patthar and a high mountain pass, the Cho La at 5420m.
Mt. Kailash is the highest peak in the Gangdise mountain range with an altitude over 6,600 m. This sacred trek is done with entry to Tibet via Simikot. This trek is more difficult than the other two Kailash options.
The Snowman Trek is considered to be one of the most demanding and strenuous treks in the Himalaya. Over a course of 22 days, you will cross a total of 11 passes, three which are over 5000m.