The Annapurnas provide the adventurer with a complete package in a relatively small area. One can walk beneath some of the highest and as far as the Annapurnas is concerned, most dramatic mountain ran...More!
The aptly named Annapurna Sanctuary but also known as the Annapurna Base Camp trek is the most intensely scenic trek in Nepal. The Annapurna range is a vast massif with several peaks, which lies betwe...More!
Few trails remain untouched. The Manaslu trek is such, an uncovered gem leading only the savviest travellers closer to local culture, stunning vistas and sensational mountain peaks. This trip is best ...More!
Since Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa first summited Mount Everest, adventure enthusiasts have been captivated by the world’s highest mountain. The most popular trek in the Himalayas, E...More!
Squeezed between the Asian and Indian tectonic plates, rise the mightiest mountain range on the planet, the Himalaya. This enormous network of summits and valleys is the back drop of our adventure to ...More!
LATEST NEWS : Of the 60 guests we have had this season, 55 have reached the summit of Island Peak. That is a great record in anyone's book and we would like to thank our ground team for looking after ...More!
The great massif of Kanchanjunga, lying in the far east of Nepal on the border with Sikkim, is the second-highest in Nepal and the third-highest in the world. Only recently has the Nepalese government...More!
Few trekkers get to experience the serene tranquility of Kongde, the world’s highest resort, and this exactly where you will go on our Luxury Everest Base Camp trek. Tucked into the snowy mounta...More!
Mera Peak (6,654m) is ideal for those looking to achieve their first Himalayan ascent. Thought technically an easy climb it is, however, a real challenge to reach the summit of Nepal's highest Trekkin...More!
Mera Peak and Island Peak represent two of the most challenging "trekkable peaks" in Nepal. While alone, neither mountain is of any technical significance, combined and with the added remoteness and t...More!