We arranges trekking tours, camping tour, rafting tours, Jeep safaris tours, and Mountaineering in interesting and varied Himalayan region. We also arrange North India Tours.


Take a walk on the wild side of the mountains. Himalayas call you on a magical journey on foot. Go trekking at various routes. Our scope includes: 

Kalindi - Travel a stretch of 5947 m in absolute amazement. Here is a trek that takes you half way round Garhwal from the Bhagirathi Valley to the Alaknanda Valley. A trip only for those who have done high altitude treks before. You can witness a majestic setting of snow peaks here. The trail descends to Arwatal and to Mana the last village on the Chinese frontier. The trek fittingly ends at Badrinath with a visit to the holy temple.

Kauri Pass - This classic trek takes us across the picturesque meadows and valleys that border the western edge of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. Sometimes this route us also known as the Curzon Trail. During the trek there are many views of the surrounding peaks and the Kuari Pass (4200m) itself has an unrivaled panorama of the Great Himalayan peaks including Nanda Devi (7816m), Changabang (6864m), Dunagiri (7066m) and Kamet (7756m). The best season is from April - November.

Gomukh - The Ganges, probably the world's most revered river, flows across the sweltering plains of northern India to the Bay of Bengal, but its source is high in the Himalaya, amongst the snows and glaciers close to the Tibetan border. This trek begins at Gangotri, one of the four 'dhams', or pilgrimage sites in the Garhwal Himalaya, and follows a well-used trail through rhododendron forests and alpine pastures to Gaumukh, the 'Cow's Snout'. The best season is from May - November. 

Nanda Devi - The twin peaks of 7818m Nanda Devi, the bliss-giving goddess, form India's second highest mountain, situated in a remote region bordering Nepal and Tibet. The alpine glaciers, high valleys and flower-strewn meadows on the eastern approach to this magnificent mountain are an enticing world apart and ideal for trekking holiday. The Hindu shrine of Naha Devi heralds new vistas as the valley opens up to reveal the snow-capped peaks that tower above it. The best season is from April - November.