img1 Nepal is a country renowned worldwide as a nation of colour and contrasts; a hidden Shangri-La full of culture and mountain adventure. Undoubtedly, its hallmark, is the majestic snow capped mountains of the Himalayas, which include eight of the world’s largest peaks, including Mount Everest. Powerful rivers rush out from the Himalayas, providing world class rafting, as they cascade down the hills into the steamy flatlands of the Terai, where the indigenous peoples' living in thatched huts are surrounded by picturesque green paddy fields. The Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal, is an adventurer's paradise, a naturalist’s dream and an ethnographic delight. It radiates a peace that is matched by only a few places on this universe. Nepal, is bounded in the north by the Tibetan Autonomous Region of the Peoples' Republic of China and in the east, south and west by India. The length of Nepal is 885km east-west and its breadth varies from 145 to 241km north-south. The country can be divided into three geographical regions. more

The very name “Tibet” evokes feelings of awe and mystery. A land of ancient culture, awesome landscapes, magnificent monasteries and centuries-old caravan trails, Tibet is a destination out of the ordinary.

Famed as the “roof of the world”, the Tibet autonomous Region of China lies on a plateau at an average elevation of 4000m. It is bounded by the Kunlun Mountains to the north and the Himalayas to the south. Tibet covers an area of 1.2 million sq. km. and has a population of 2.4 million.more

img1 Unspoiled and untouched, Bhutan, the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon' opened its doors to travellers in the 1970’s. Visitors are still few and the Bhutanese way of life, with its small colourful towns and villages, has remained relatively unchanged for centuries. Bhutan's landscape of mountains and green valleys and its strong Buddhist religion shape the kingdom's identity with monasteries and chapels scattered throughout the land. Traditional life is maintained, with the Bhutanese obliged to wear national dress in public, and festivals are colourful and noisy events, gathering together people from all over the country in a blur of music and dance. more
img1 The land of “mystic splendor” – Sikkim offers the magical feel of the high Himalayas It is a wonderful place of hidden valleys, magnificent monasteries, snow-fed lakes and mountain landscapes covered with flowers and evergreen forests. more

Feature Trips

Khopra – Khayer Lake Trek

A beautiful trek that eventually counters along the snowline of Annapurna massif, combines great attractions of village tours of lower slope of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.  There are breathtaking close views of these mountain ranges along with clear sights of glaciers, glacial lakes boasting ... More

Dolpo Region

The land of Crystal Mountain; Dolpo region is a mystical impression all its own. It’s where the land of ancient trading routes arcing across the eternal landscape, isolated from the present world. We get to share the trails with nomads and yak herders in remote ... More
Alpine Exodus

Overland Tour in Tibet

This 13 days Kathmandu to Kathmandu, rugged vehicle touring across the Himalayan range, classic Tibetan sites. It’s a non-trekking trip provides an excellent overview of the important places of Tibet, including Xigaste, Gyantse, and Lhasa valleys. No land has captured man’s imagination by its remoteness and almost mystical ... More

Lumbini in a day

Lumbini is a famous Buddhist pilgrimage site in the Rupandehi District of Nepal. It is the place where, according to Buddhist tradition, Queen Mayadevi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautam in 563 BC. Gautam, who achieved Enlightenment some time around 528 BC, became the Gautam Buddha ... More
around the year 1000m around

Langtang Flower Trek

Langtang Valley Flower trek: One of the best sites where the wild flowers are found abundantly! The flower photos attached here are just a few examples of it. The ladies guests (trekkers) every morning like to decorate their hair-plaits or ears with those fresh flowers! ... More
12 days August and Sept (for flowers); general trek year around 4200 (Tsergo Ri 5033m is optional)

Island Peak (Imja-tse)

It is one of the most climbed NMA trekking peaks in the Khumbu region of Nepalese Himalaya. Group can be catered from 1 to as many as 20 or 25 under a one group. NMA has restrictions: above 12 should be divided as the 2nd ... More
around the year 6160M.