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Boutique trekking in the Himalaya

Nominated in the category "Best in Mountain Environment" on "Virgin Holidays, Responsible Tourism Awards 2010, 2011"

  • Western-Educated Leaders
  • Personal Trekking Chefs
  • Uncompromised Attention to Detail
  • Premium Concierge Service Available
  • Our Fair-Wage Guarantee

Photo Gallery

Rhododendron Red Panda Tiger Lumbini Rafting Paraglading Rhino Biking

Interview with Susan Hunt, Mt. Everest Summiteer

The "Not Just Treks" Trailer

Mount Kanchanjunga Mount Ama Dablam Our happy porters Celebrating with wine and cheese Annapurna Massif

All of Our Journeys are given a grade to show their relative difficulty. Using our simple grade symbol, show on each trip page, you can quickly choose your ideal adventure.

Clearly, there are many different factors that contribute to the difficulty of a particular trip, including, length of day, terrain, altitude and weather conditions. Since these factors are necessarily changeable, any system of grades can only provide a general indication. Although we have tried to make our grading system as clear as possible, it cannot take into account your personal interests, abilities or experience.

Before booking any of our trips you should therefore read the associated trip dossier to gain the fullest picture of what it entails. If you have any questions about the nature of a particular trip or its suitability for you, please Contact Us.


Activities are optional. None require prior experience or fitness level.


You don't have to be in great physical shape, all you need is the desire to go. You'll do easy sightseeing by foot through cities, towns, monasteries, etc., with optional day hikes as long as three to four hours.


Expect to walk, hike or ride four to five hours a day, although you should be prepared for several long, spectacular days on the trail of up to eight hours.


These trips push you, but if you're in reasonably good physical condition, you can do it. In other words, if you regularly ride a bike, ski, run or work out in a gym, you will enjoy the rigors of these treks and finish the trip in great shape. Most days are five to six hours, but expect occasional days of eight to twelve hours.


You must have previous trekking experience and be prepared for long days into remote wilderness to elevations above 18,000 feet. Technical climbing on snow and ice may be involved as well as camping for several nights in extreme conditions.