Trekking in the Himalayas is both a wonderful experience and a challenge. It is a walking journey through the foothills and mountains, usually lasting several days staying in a different location each night often in remote areas. It usually involves a fair amount of uphill and downhill walking. There is a huge variety of trekking routes from easier low level treks to challenging high altitude treks. Here are some of the different reasons people want to come trekking:
We can help you to choose a trek which suits your interests. A trekking holiday should be a holiday, not an arduous ordeal – unless, of course, that is what you want. In order to help you choose the itinerary that is right for you, we can advise you on the difficulty of the trek. We supply information on the number of days walking, maximum and average altitudes etc, in the trip description. For more information please contact us. We hope that you will find this helpful in matching your ability and aspirations to a particular trek.