Why we love Himalaya

  • Kathmandu's friendly hubbub, Pokhara’s glistening jewel of a lake, Chitwan’s animals and lush forests – Nepal can surprise visitors with its variety
  • Fly parallel to the mountains and get a great view of Everest on the flight from Kathmandu to Lukla
  • Nearby Tibet is as wonderfully exotic as destinations get – halfway to heaven and hidden from the world, this is a place that truly deserves the description ‘otherworldly’
  • Our trips are led by people who’ve grown up in these mountains and have guided hundreds of expeditions
  • The proceeds from the lodges we stay in along the Annapurna and Everest trails go back to the community

Our destinations in Himalaya

Choose your trip

Trip Name Days From CAD
Colours of Nepal

11

$2,426

Jaipur Literature Festival & Kipling's Bundi - Limited Edition

13

$2,835

Essence of South India

14

$2,835

Essence of South India - Independent Journey

14

$3,687

Rajasthan Revealed

15

$3,090

The Spirit of India

12

$2,618

Everest Base Camp & Gokyo Lakes

20

$3,195

Everest Base Camp

16

$3,535

Colours of India

25

$6,105

Annapurna Dhaulagiri

14

$3,025

Annapurna Dhaulagiri

14

$2,052

Treasures of Tibet

15

$6,055

Nepal and Bhutan

19

$9,170

National Parks of Nepal - Limited Edition

13

$4,160

Dragon Kingdom

9

$5,110

Essence of India & Nepal

22

$6,465

Delhi to Kathmandu

22

$6,055

Colours of India

26

$6,940

Varanasi Experience - Independent

3

$415

Rajasthan Revealed - Independent Journey

15

$3,957

Taj & Agra Experience - Independent

3

$357

Chitwan Experience - Independent

3

$455

Kathmandu Experience - Independent

4

$760

Annapurna Dhaulagiri - Independent Journey

14

$3,055

Delhi Experience - Independent

3

$362

Jaipur Experience - Independent

3

$295

Pokhara Experience - Independent

3

$395

What travellers are saying about the region

Spirit of India, November 2016

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Rajasthan Revealed, November 2016

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Rajasthan Revealed, November 2016

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Spirit of India, October 2016

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