Our holidays aim to maximize the benefits for the traveler, the local people, their culture, and the environment in general by:
• Minimizing negative environmental, social and cultural impacts.
• Providing more enjoyable experiences for you through meaningful connections with local people and a greater understanding of local, cultural and environmental issues.
• Generating greater economic benefits for local people and enhancing the well being of host communities. Using always the services of local guides and porters for deepening the understanding of local culture and environment.
• Making positive contributions to the conservation of natural beauty, the cultural heritage and to the conversation of their diversity.
• Using only designated routes, campsites and resting places to reduce trampling and other negative environmental impacts.
• Respect local culture and traditions, use home-stays, locally owned hotels and lodges or campsites always to support the locals.
• Avoiding and or minimizing the use firewood. Using only common spaces for heating. Optioning for alternatives to minimize deforestation.
• Maintaining cleanliness and hygiene. Using litter boxes locally available. Carrying back our garbage while trekking through ecologically sensitive areas.
• Placing mobile toilets, camping toilets at a considerable distance from water sources, like river banks, springs while camping.
• Spending money locally will contribute directly to the local livelihood, women’s empowerment and environmental conservation.
Our Sustainability Policies
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|Easy trekking by Himalayan standards is generally up to 2000m. There are plenty of ups and downs on well-maintained trails. This type of trip is best suited for those who lead a reasonably active life. The trek takes about 3 to 7 days, walking about 4 to 5 hours a day.|
|This involves longer treks (five to ten days) on maintained trails. This type of trek includes day excursions to higher elevations, for which it's advisable to have some previous hill- walking experience. On these treks, we generally achieve an altitude between 900m to 3000m.|
(Moderate to strenuous)
|A reasonably demanding trek at an altitude up to 4000m with side trips to higher elevations. The trails are sometimes uncharted and away from inhabited areas.|
|These treks must be fully supported. We climb to altitudes between 3500 and 5000m. & there are overnight stays at altitudes above 4000m. For this trek, trekkers should be fit & enthusiastic hill walkers prepared to tackle difficult terrain in remote areas.|
|This trek is best described as Alpine, and suitable is suitable for those in excellent health, capable of carrying a backpack, when required. The trek covers very remote areas, traveling over snow-covered passes at an altitudes of up to 6500m. You will need to axes and crampons. No strenuous trek should be undertaken without medical clearance.|