Spiti Parangla Trek One of our most popular trekking route, this climb takes the traveller from Kaza over the 18,300 ft Parang La pass and into Ladakh. The route follows the traditional trade route between Ladakh and Spiti and there are some fantastic views from the high mountain source of the Pare Chu river. Parang La is a wonderful trek, long and monotonous often times but it redeems itself with consistent days at high altitudes of above 4000m and mind-blowing views of Tso Moriri towards the end. Ancient trek routes connecting remote lands always held a great fascination for tourists.


A wonderful journey from Leh to Manali trekking across Ladakh and Zanskar. The complete traverse of Ladakh and Zanskar from the remote city of Leh southwards to Manali in the Kulu valley of Lahaul is surely one of the superb treks in the Ladakh Region  called as ‘Little Tibet’ Ladakh offers a microcosm of the ancient culture and traditions of its northern neighbour. After arriving Delhi into the Capital of India we take the exciting mountain flight from Delhi to  Leh the Capital of Ladakah, at 3500metres high .After the two days of acclimatization in the Indus Valley  visiting some of


Valley Of Flowers Trek In 1931, Frank S. Smythe, who was part of a team of six British mountaineers that climbed Kamet, came across a valley beyond Bhyundar Pass that had “lush meadows… embowered amidst flowers. The Bhyundar Valley was the most beautiful valley that any of us had seen.” Smythe in his book recalls that his camp was surrounded by a variety of flowers – primulas, white anemones, golden nomocharis, marigolds, globe flowers, delphiniums, violets, eritrichiums, blue corydalis, white roses and rhododendrons. Higher up, near the moraine, were saxifrage, yellow and red potentilla, geranium, asters and gentians, so many


Nanda Devi:- is situated in Eastern provinces of Garhwal and Kumaon in the new State of Uttranchal earlier the part of the State of Uttar Pradesh.  According to Hindu mythology Nanda Devi is “the Goddess of Joy”, is as high as 7816 meters-the highest in Indian Himalayas. It is surely one of the most fascinating mountains in the world. Many of the early British explorers of the nineteenth century were intrigued by its apparent fortress-like walls which defied attempts to find a viable route to the summit. Both Long staff and Graham attempted to approach the foot of the mountain


Sandakphu & Singalila:-In Darjeeling district, the trek route to Sandakphu starts from a place called Manebhanjan, a small township located at an altitude of 7,054 ft (2,150 m). This is virtually the gateway to Singalila and Sandakphu. Sandakphu is a wonderland for the trekkers. It's located at an altitude of 11,929ft (i.e. 3,636 meters) in Darjeeling district and on the north west of Darjeeling hill town. This is the summit or the highest point in Singalila range, and is also the highest peak in the state of West Bengal, India. The trek to Sandakphu goes all along the Singalila range.


Sikkim, formerly a Kingdom and today the smallest state of India, lies East of Nepal on the bottom of the Great Himalayan Range.  His population consists of the tribes of Lepcha, Bhotia and Nepali.  The varieties of climate in Sikkim are breathtaking, subtropical areas lie literally near to arctic zones.  The main peak of the Himalayas there is Kanchenjunga, 8598m, the third highest peak of the globe.  On this trek we will approach this mighty, icy mountain.  On this occasion we have the opportunity to know a lot about this small country and its cultural and heritage and richness. First


Markha Valley – Ladakh The Markha Valley Trek is certainly one of the most varied and beautiful treks in the world. It ventures high into the Himalayas crossing two passes over 15,000 ft (4575m) as it circles from the edges of the Indus Valley, down into parts of Zanskar, and passes through terrain that changes from incredibly narrow valleys to wide-open vast expanses! It is made all the more interesting by the ancient form of Buddhism that flourishes in the many monasteries that dot the landscape perched high atop hills.The trails are decorated by elaborate “chortens”(shrines) and “mani”(prayer) walls which