Date: 7-17 Jun, 16-26 July, 2-12 Aug 2019
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.
Date: 12-23 June, 06-17 July 2019
Trekking in the far north west of Mongolia is a spectacular experience as it takes you through permanently snow-capped mountains, glaciers, torrential rivers, lakes, sand dunes and wilderness of Mongolia has to offer. These summer treks are supported by camels as well as horses, covering a distance of about 120km and includes 2 high passes of 2930m and 2944m. Each trekker will carry a light pack with the day’s needs.
Period: July – Oct
Happo Pond is a glittering gem nestled high in the Northern Japanese Alps. On a clear day, the pond reflects the near-3,000m peaks of the Hakuba Sanzan mountains in its waters. Despite its lofty location, the pond is a brisk 90-minute, 1.5km hike from the highest chair lift.
Head to Salzburg for this great hike that begins above Lake Königssee in the heart of the only Alpine National Park in Germany and its Biosphere Reserve (UNESCO Heritage)! The landscape is unique and make this region of several thousand years old one of the most beautiful regions of Central Europe.
This hike takes you from lake to lake, from village to village, through beautiful mountain pastures in unspoilt areas. During this week, you will also discover 5 lakes: the Königssee, the 3 lakes of Gosau, and Halstattersee, and you will visit the salt mines of Hallstatt: a journey through history, from the origins of man to the present day.
Jun ~ Sep
– The full tour of this mythical destination
– An original itinerary that takes an unusual meaning and some variations to avoid the busiest trails
– The spectacle and proximity of large glaciers
– The balconies of Mont Blanc valley Chamonix
– The transport of your luggage every day
Date: 1-7 July 2018
This route takes place in the heart of alpine landscapes, on trails without major difficulty, at a moderate altitude to enjoy green pastures, forests, lakes and lively villages with painted houses, dominated by the beautiful peaks around. For those who want to enjoy high mountain landscapes, with good comfort at every step.
Date: 13-17 July 2018
The mountain is still remote and relatively unknown to many people. Located in Belum Forest (Hutan Belum) which is still virgin, untouched by the outside world, the mountain has abundant supply of flora, high in medicinal value. Aboriginal tribes called Orang Asli still use this forest as a base for primary living. Staying in an Orang Asli house, we shall attempt the summit within a day.
Few mountains in the world rival the grandeur of Mount Kailash ( 6714m.), the famed holy peak in western Tibet. Kailash has long been an object of worship for four major religions. Join us in these fixed departure tours with choices via Helicopter, via Kerung overland or via Lhasa!