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Upcoming high altitude treks & Adventure trips

Northern lights in russia

Date : Feb 12-Feb 20

Northern lights, Russian Banya bath, husky farms, -20 degree nights , visiting a village straight out of Disney movie and clubbing in techno bars till 4am. If that sounds like a good 8 days. Hop on :)

Sandakphu Trek

March 5-11

Ideal for beginner's who haven't trekked before but do keep in mind that its winters and snowfall is expected

Chandrashila winter trek

Date : March 12-18

If you have never trekked before ,this one is a killer trek. You get to do a summit trek, try out crampons and gaitors . All the places you stay will have views that will leave you in awe.

Meghalaya trip

Date : March 19-27

Long plunge waterfalls, Green hiking trails all around and surreal ponds to take a dip. What if i say that , it is just 1 day of this trip. Pick this one if all you are looking for is some adventure and some beautiful trails.

Everest base camp

Date : March 19- April 1

Welcome to the basecamp of the world's tallest mountain. This 12 day trek is not for the faint hearted. Lets go for an incredible journey of your lifetime

Kashmir trip

Date : April 9-16

Visit the lush green valleys of kashmir this March . This trip is ideal for anyone who wanted to see kashmir as shown in those amazing wallpapers and movies.

Kazakhstan backpacking

Date : April 22-30

Move through the natural landscapes of the Caspian Sea, the Volga steppe, the southern foothills of the Ural Mountains, the West Siberian Plain, the Altai Mountains and the Tian Shan Mountains.

Gamukh Tapovan trek

Date : May 7- 15

This years schedule wouldn't be complete without my favourite trek in it. 7000m peaks, some glacier walk and astounding campsites, if that sounds exciting to you. This moderately difficult trek is for you.

You can also book a private trip with your friend or partner to following locations. Check our sample itineraries below


Scuba in Andamans

Magnificent Meghalaya


How safe is it , in regards to COVID-19 ?

Here is our 8 point checklist that we follow on all our trips :

  1. Our trippers will be asked to get -ve RTpcr certificate before they arrive.
  2. You will staying at a hotel where we are the only guests. its more like a guesthouse.
  3. Your tempo traveller will be sanitised before it reaches you.
  4. Your driver is also tested -ve RTpcr before our trip starts.
  5. We ask our trippers to keep themselves away from any crowded space 2 weeks before the trip.We ask our trippers to be careful of the restaurants and hotels that they might go before and after your trek
  6. .Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, cold, shortness of breath or fever ) are being asked to reschedule their trips/ treks.
  7. On treks, we are providing hygiene sleeping bags to everyone. You will be using this throughout the trek and only return on the last day
  8. Your trip leader has undergone WHO certification for measures to be taken against Covid-19.



Most people come alone for my trips. About 25% of the people bring a friend or partner.Honestly It really doesn't matter. I have seen on all the batches I have lead. Most people really gel with everyone, even the ones who thought wouldn't gel up, surprise themselves always with the way they got comfortable with everyone.


Each trek/ trip is rated according to the number of days we spend outdoors . If you aren't sure where to start, go with an easy trip or trek.

For trips,

I dreamed of trips where we could go out hike , get exhausted , come back to hotel and have a great evening. This is exactly why some of my trips have Day hikes in it. It is a perfect chance for people who have never hiked in their entire life. Don't worry, We are there :).

For treks,

you can start with Sandhakphu or Chandrashila . You can also benchmark yourself for the treks.

  • If you can run for 30 mins and cover around 3-3.5 km , then you can go ahead with an easy trek
  • If you can run for 30 mins and cover around 3.5-4 km , then you can go ahead with an moderate trek
  • If you can run for 30 mins and cover around 4-5 km , then you can go ahead with an difficult trek

If you have never done a high altitude trek, then start with a easy or Easy- moderate trek. That way you will understand how your body reacts to high altitude and you can check you cardio strength too.


Usually, most batch sizes are between 12-20 people who are aged between 16-38. Most people come alone or with a friend. The trip would feel like you are travelling more with college friends than strangers. We tend to do more outdoorsy things than regular trips .

For example : If we find a very pretty waterfall/ a beautiful sunset / Rainbow on the way. We would stop the vehicle right away to catch the beauty of it.

We usually sleep very late on these trips as we play a lot of group games and most people feel they will miss the precious time with the group members and decides to stay awake.


Here are few places you can read more about the brand and trips

We understand new covid-19 variants are your concern. But trust us we take safety very seriously & we won't lead trips that we feel are unsafe.