International Adventures

We have run Trekking, Mountaineering, Cycling, Paragliding, Ski touring, Wildlife and Birding tours across the Himalayas for twenty years. In the process have hosted people from all over the world a lot of whom have come from such wonderful and far off place. Some exotic even.


The stories we heard from them and the images they shared with us about their backyards has pushed us to do more, to dream more and to explore more. From all the stories we have heard there is a long bucket list of journeys we would like to pursue.


We desire to explore the world, to chase adventures in places that are just as remote as our backyard and so we decided to do something about it.


We have curated a collection of a few expeditions across the world that we have always wanted to do. These are adventures that are a little more than just travel they are journeys that will allows us to connect more deeply with the land, its people and its culture.


We hope that this a the beginning to travel the world with you. Explore distant lands and hope that this list grow as long as our Himalayan adventures that we offer.

Bishkek | Above 14000ft | Cycle Tour

Kyrgyzstan is an adventure destination like no other in the sheer diversity it offers. This 16 day journey takes you through the Tian Shan mountains of Central Asia and culminates on the banks of the second largest saline lake in the world - the Issyk Kul.

Bike over parts of the Silk route and 6 passes going upto 3900m, follow ancient rivers as they cut through the expansive meadows and rocky mountains and relax at the Jyli Suu hot springs and on the banks Song Kul, Teshik Kul and Issyk Kul Lakes.

  • Trip Type: Cycling

  • Region: Kyrgyzstan

  • Grade: Moderately Challenging

  • Dates: 09 - 24 Aug, 2020 & 07 - 22 Aug, 2021

  • Duration: 16 days

  • Best Season: May - Oct

  • Trip Begins: Bishkek

  • Trip Ends: Bishkek

Elbrus Peak - Russia


Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe is located in the Central Cucasus in Russia. Greater Caucasus is traditionally divided into three regions: West Caucasus, Central and East Caucasus. The borders of these territories go along meridians that cross the Main Ridge over Mt.Elbrus (5642 m) in the West and Kazbek (5033 m) in the East. It is between these two giants that the most beautiful and interesting peaks stand, with more than forty of them surpassing the level of 4000m above the sea. It is here where seven caucasian fivethousanders arise their heads to the sky.

The two-headed ice giant - Elbrus, crowns the panorama of the Central Caucasus. It is by at least 1000m higher than all its neighbors. Volcano craters, filled now with ice and snow, form summit plateaux of 300-400m in diameter on both the tops. The Eastern Peak is a little lower than its western brother: 5621m and 5642m respectively. All of the massif is covered by a gigantic ice cap.

  • Trip Type: Mountaineering

  • Region: Russia

  • Grade: Moderately Challenging

  • Duration: 9 days

  • Max Altitude: 5642m

  • Best Season: May - Aug

  • Trip Begins: Mineralnye Voldy Airport

  • Trip Ends: Mineralnye Voldy Airport

Khuiten Peak - Mongolia


At the heart of Mongolia's Altai Tavan Bogd (Five Holy Peaks), Mount Khuiten is one of the least accessible mountains on earth. Each of the five peak names represent simple meanings; Nairamdal – friendship; Malchin – herder; Burgd – eagle; Ölgii – cradle and Khuiten – cold.

This massif lies on the border with both Russia and China, some 2000 kilometres west of the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar. Our journey takes us to the remote Kazakh province of Bayan Olgii where we start our trek. A wild, remote, beautiful wilderness made up of spectacular flowering fields and vast open mountain tundra, inhabited only by traditional herding families and abundant wildlife. More than just a superb climbing expedition, this is also a fascinating travel experience in a rarely-visited corner of the world.

  • Trip Type: Mountaineering

  • Region: Mongolia - Altai Mountains

  • Grade: Moderate

  • Batch Dates: 12 - 24 Jun, 2021

  • Duration: 13 days

  • Max Altitude: 4374m

  • Best Season: May - Sept

  • Trip Begins: Ulaanbaatar

  • Trip Ends: Ulaanbaatar

Pamir Four Summits Expedition (Lenin Peak) - Kyrgyzstan


Mt. Lenin Peak (7134m) is considered to be one of the most popular, easily accessed and hence most frequented summits among 7,000m peaks of the Pamir. We access the Base Camp (BC) from the town of Osh. From Osh to the Base Camp of the Lenin Peak we drive along the Pamir Highway M-41. This trip combines climbing Peak Lenin with acclimatisation on  three summits - Petrovsky (4,700 m), Yukhin (5,130 m) and Razdelnaya (6,148 m) Peaks - in the strikingly beautiful alpine area of the Pamirs.

  • Trip Type: Mountaineering

  • Region: Kyrgyzstan

  • Grade: Challenging

  • Batch Dates: 10 Aug - 26 Aug, 2021

  • Duration: 17 days

  • Max Altitude: 7134m

  • Best Season: July - August

  • Trip Begins: Osh Airport

  • Trip Ends: Osh Airport

Mount Kilimanjaro - Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro is situated in the Northern part of Tanzania, in the Kilimanjaro National Park. It covers an area of 100 kilometers long and 65 kilometers wide. The mountain is a dormant volcano which is comprised of three volcanic cones, Shira, Kibo (on which Uhuru summit stands) and Mawenzi.  Kibo is classified as dormant but not extinct. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the world. By free-standing, or non-massif, we mean it is not part of a mountain range.

The summit of Mount Kilimanjaro is called Uhuru Peak and stands at 5,895m or 19,341 feet. There are many routes by which Kilimanjaro can be climbed one of the more interesting options is the remote Northern Route. 

  • Trip Type: Trekking

  • Region: Tanzania

  • Grade: Moderate

  • Batch Dates: 06 - 16 Feb, 2021

  • Duration: 11 days

  • Max Altitude: 5895m

  • Best Season: Jan - Feb & Oct - Nov

  • Trip Begins: JRO Airport

  • Trip Ends: JRO Airport