Date: 24 Mar – 04 Apr 2018, 21-31 July 2018
South America Tours 2018: Peru & Bolivia, covers two of the most popular tour spot of the Andes at once, Machu Picchu (Peru), and Uyuni Salt Flat (Bolivia), so the perfect choice for the first- time visitors.
Date: 22 Jan – 03 Feb 18
The Chadar walk isn’t called the ‘wildest trek in the world’ for nothing. It’s a primal trek on the Zanskar river, which is sheathed in ice each winter. We walk on ice, traverse across the gorge walls where the river thaws, and bed in caves that have been used by local travellers over centuries. Legends, history, culture and magical landscapes are an everyday affair on this walk, which is possible only during a window in the coldest months of winter. The trek follows an ancient trail used by the Zanskaris during the days of the Silk Road, when they walked this frozen highway all the way to Leh with wares they would trade for essentials. For those looking for adventure, action and bragging rights, nothing can hold a candle to the Chadar trek.
Date: 31 Aug – 05 Sep 2017
Mt. GoRyu-dake (Five Dragons), 2,814 m ~ a non technical climb & a good challenge for beginners to mid-level trekkers.
Date: 20-26 Sep 2017
A technical and strenuous that is very popular peak among Japanese climbers. Enjoy the alpine route as you make your way to the start point and return.
Date: 30 Aug – 05 Sep 2017
This 3180m rocky peak provides a good challenge for your mountain experience. Though not technical, certain mountain experience and skill are required. Our professional guides will you keep safe, so do not hesitate to challenge to this wonderful massif.
Date: 11-22 Sep, 21 Nov – 04 Dec 2017
The trek takes you to some high mountain ridges at 3,800m and then 4,800m ￼altitude where the views to the many peaks of the ￼Annapurna Massif and the mighty Mount Dhaulagiri (8,167m) will leave you spell-bound. This is truly one ￼of the best off-the-beaten-path treks in Nepal.
Date: 10-18 Dec 2017
Witness the celebration of traditional Bhutanese culture and faith and Druk Wangyel Festival held in the ground of Druk Wangyel Lhakhang located at Dochula Pass against a stunning vista of Himalayan peaks. This Bhutan tour also explores all of the highlights of Bhutan’s western valleys, including the famous Taktsang Monastery at Paro, Punakha Dzong, and the many sites of Bhutan’s capital, Thimphu.
Date: 29 Oct – 04 Nov 2017
This tshechu is dedicated to Gay Ngyen Jakpa Melen, a powerful guardian deity of Bhutan. Some of the sacred dances performed during the festival include the Zhananga Cham, Genyen Kunchaam, Shazam Cham, and NgaCham. Many traditional and classical dances are also performed. It is held every once in a year.