Adventure Holidays to The Himalayas

For many, the Himalaya are synonymous with Nepal, but vast tracts of this magnificent range form the northern borders of India. From Ladakh in the northwest through to Darjeeling and Sikkim in the east, these beautiful mountains offer a diversity of scenery and culture unmatched anywhere.





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The Himalayas Adventure Holidays

Trekkers on the mini-Annapurna Circuit

Annapurna Circuit

This route is said to offer the most varied scenery of any classic Nepal trek

Guided Group, Tailormade Adventures

Walking & Trekking
22 days
From $2,325 USD
Activity Rating - Challenging
4.7 / 5

Mera Peak Climb

Chance to summit Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal

Guided Group, Tailormade Adventures

Walking & Trekking
21 days
From $3,995 USD
Activity level 9: Tough+
5 / 5

For big white peaks there is Kanchenjunga and for the peak baggers, the 6153m. Stok Kangri (see Ladakh Trekking Guide). For the more culturally minded Ladakh and Zanskar offer a glimpse of what Tibet used to be like, and, all along the chain untouched villages, remote shrines and monasteries abound.

The Himalayas stretch across six nations: Bhutan, China, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan. They are the source of three of the world's major river systems, the Indus basin, the Ganga-Brahmaputra basin and the Yangtze basin. Truely a multi-centred touring holiday.

The Himalaya are the largest and, arguably, most beautiful mountain range in the world. Home to 9 out of 10 highest mountains on Earth, including the legendary Mount Everest, the Himalayas sprawl across six nations and surge thousands of metres into the sky.

The Himalaya are many things to many people: a sacred strip of land; a natural border between China, Nepal and India; a home… to us, they’re the adventure of a lifetime. Snow-capped peaks glitter in the sun. Prayer flags flutter in the breeze. Dotted around the colossal mountains and valleys are rural villages, where shy smiling faces follow you. Each has their own tranquil monasteries and shrines, where a holy quality hangs in the air.

Lace up your walking boots to challenge yourself on the trails to Everest Base Campcycle high passes through Tibet and Nepal, head out in search of one of the most endangered cats in the world - the majestic snow leopard - in Ladakh, or simply immerse yourself in the spirituality of this epic mountain kingdom on a cultural adventure.


The Himalaya mountain system is the planet's highest and home to the world's highest peaks: the Eight-thousanders, including Mount Everest. To comprehend the enormous scale of Himalayan peaks, consider that Aconcagua, in the Andes, at 6,962 m, is the highest peak outside the Himalaya, while the Himalayan system has over 100 separate mountains exceeding 7,200 meters. An adventure holiday to challenge the toughest climber among us.

India really does offer some great off the beaten track trekking experiences. 

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