Date: 12 – 27 May, 06 – 21 Oct 2018
Our program offers unique opportunities for interested individuals, groups, schools and for a contribution to the Nepalese society, at the same time, experiencing the rich culture and difference aspect of urban and rural life in Nepal. No previous experience is needed!
Date: 17-23 Oct 2018
With its wonderfully diverse climate, excellently paved roads, abundance of delicious cuisine and numerous natural hot springs, Hokkaido is a vast, breathtaking land that inspires and attracts cyclists from all over the world.
The Japan Alps cover many over 3000m rocky peaks which provide good challenge for your mountain experience. Some are partly technical and can be dangerous, so certain mountain experience and skill are required. Our professional guides will you keep safe, so do not hesitate to challenge to this wonderful massif.
Minakami – located one hour away from Tokyo, is an amazing place for hot spring day trips and outdoor activities.
Come and experience Yamagata with X-Trekkers where the area is not crowded with tourist and you can experience the sights with activities such as trekking, soba noodle making, Japan Tea Ceremony with Kimono, fruits picking in summer and autumn, shrines visit and enjoy the hotspring. You can also have snow experience and activities such as snow shoe trekking & skiing during winter till spring time.
Date: 16 – 18 Mar, 30 Jun – 2 July, 31 Aug – 2 Sep, 27 – 29 Oct 2018
A challenging off-road trails that lead into virgin forests, mountains and waterfalls. The view atop the Panorama Hill behind the school at Sg Lembing is extremely beautiful and not to forget the many local delicacies in the town!
Date: 1-13 Apr, 27 Oct – 08 Nov 2018
The Dzongri – Goecha la Trek is the most popular trek in Sikkim. An absolute classic, this trek gives us spectacular views of Kanchenjunga up close, apart from many other smaller peaks which surround it.
Date: 20-23 Oct 2018
Mount Kinabalu, 4,095.2m is the highest mountain in Malaysia. It is also the highest mountain in the whole of Borneo, and the region between the Himalayas and the snow mountains of New Guinea.
The return trek takes 2 days from Park Headquarters. All types of trekkers from young children to people over 70 years old have climbed up to Low’s Peak. No particular skills or experience is required: the route is suitable for the average, reasonably fit person.
The trek to summit will be opened from 1 Dec 2015.