Customized Tours

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If you don't see the type of tour you are looking for we will be more than happy to create a personalized itinerary for you. There is so much to see in Nepal and so many types of interests. Some of the specialized experiences we have organized in the past include:
But there is no need to stop with that list! Why not contact us and we will do our best to meet your requirements.
 

 

We invite you to come and explore your own Himalayan Trails!

The Himalayan Range... Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Tibet, India! The names echo with mystery and the thrill of exploration!
 
Intrepid adventurers into this region have, over the centuries, been rewarded by stunning scenery, diverse cultures and environments and have been humbled by the generous hospitality. They inspire us to dream of adventure, to come and see for ourselves these incredible lands, meet the people, eat the food, tread the trails and build incredible memories of our own adventures.
 
Whether you are into high adventure and physical challenges, or prefer to take your time to explore subtle elements of landscape and culture, this region is a treasure trove! We can take you trekking, mountain biking, on a cycle tour, touring on a classic motorbike, paragliding, rafting, canoeing, on wildlife safari and bird watching, learning about art, religion, food and culture. Whatever your style and preferred pace, it’s all here to design your own combination of experiences!
 
We will help you plan, design and enjoy the travel experience you have been dreaming of, so you can simply immerse yourself in exploring the Himalayan Trails of your choice, your way.
 
What's with the logo?

ImageAll across the Himalayan region we encounter giant pairs of eyes staring out from atop Buddhist Stupas (you can see some in the photos on our website).

We see the Buddha’s eyes not only on stupas but also on prayer stones piled into cairns on mountain summits, at auspicious places and holy sites, crossroads where travellers pass, the list goes on.

It is a striking sight and becomes an inseparable part of any Himalayan memories.

The eyes look out in the four directions symbolising the omniscience of a Buddha and reminding us to have compassion towards all and to be vigilant in staying on the true path.

What’s our true path? To have a brilliant time showing you a brilliant time, giving back to community and environment while doing it!
 
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