Date: 28 Jun – 11 July, 12- 25 July, 02-15 Aug, 9-22 Aug 20
An extraordinary trip across the central Alps…
This exclusive crossing will take you from romantic Bavarian landscapes shaped by Louis II of Bavaria through the rough but beautiful Dolomites to the exquisite city of Venice. Explore the history while hiking through breath-taking landscapes!
Date: 11-17 Jan, 30 Aug – 05 Sep 20
Discover the beauty of Vietnam through the hills and bay!
Date: 4-10 Jan, 4-10 Apr, 1-7 May, 5-11 Aug, 14-20 Nov, 10-16 Dec 2020
Hallasan is South Korea’s biggest peak, reaching almost 2 kilometers (1,950 meters, to be precise) and climbing it might seem like a much physical preparation needed sport activity, but don’t worry it is not as hard as it seems at first and possible for everyone.
Dae: 09 Aug – 18 Aug 2019
Once served as a transit area for traders on the silk route, Nubra Valley, is now a must visit place for any trekker. With its sand dunes to double humped camels and from extravagant river valleys to its lush green barley fields, it is truly a delight to every eye. Driving across the Khardungla, highest motorable pass our route takes us to the heart of the Nubra valley, Hundar, near to the Diskit monastery from where we start our trek. Walking through breathtaking gorges and large meadows of the Nubra valley, our trek passes through Lasermo La (5400m), an eternally snow bound pass connecting Nubra and Indus Valleys.
Date : 9-12 Aug 2019
Located in the heart of earth’s ring of fire belt and towering tall at 3,676 masl, Mt. Semeru is the highest peak in Java, and the third tallest volcano in Indonesia. With its tough climb that tests the limit of one’s mettle, not only physically, but also mentally, it rewards those who manages to conquer it with heavenly vistas: the serene lake of Ranu Kumbolo, the paradisiacal lavender-filled meadow of Oro Oro Ombo, and the majestic view of Java in the summit of Mahameru, makes it the dream of almost all local mountaineers aspire to ascend. Mt. Bromo, at 2,329 masl, is the most iconic natural landscape in Indonesia. Even with its top completely blown off, it still beckons majestically with the crater inside constantly belches white sulphurous smoke. It may be not the tallest mountain in Indonesia but its stunning beauty lies in its unearthly dramatic setting, which swoons many travelers with its incredible golden sunrise
Date: 02–15 Aug 2020
This classic of mountain biking is a south to north traverse of the Khangai mountain range that covers nearly fifth of the country’s territory. This region dominated by dome shaped mountains, mixed woods, clear streams and lush grassy valleys receives abundant rainfall compared to all other parts of Mongolia.
Date: 6-16 Jun, 4-14 July (Confirmed), 1-11 Aug 2020
For adventurers looking to explore remote areas, this trek brings you by glacier-fed rivers, snow-packed passes, turquoise lakes, and high peaks. You will also have a chance to hike where few people seldom go, besides the local Kazakh nomads watching over their livestock grazing in the summertime.
Period: Aug – Oct
Full of interesting sights, Ibaraki is a prefecture in Japan not to be underestimated. Best known for its Kairaku-en Garden, rated as one of Japan’s top 3 gardens, the garden houses more than 3,000 plum trees and many colourful flowers, providing a peaceful setting for anyone looking for an enjoyable stroll along the transquil mountain side. For an authentic taste of Japan, join us on our next trip to the quaint, beautiful town of Ibaraki.