Expeditions & Tours
Upper Mustang Expedition
Upper Mustang has been described as the best-preserved example of old Tibetan life and culture in the world. Rich Tibetan culture permeates the arid lands, with centuries-old Buddhist monasteries, walled kingdoms and medieval villages, to the sacred dome structures known as chortens and the cheerfully-coloured prayer flags that line the Kali Gandaki River.
Spend time at Nepal’s most well-known ecovillage – a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable community at the foothills of some of the highest mountains in the world. Work in the garden by day, learning eco-friendly agricultural techniques, do yoga and meditation, learn to cook the organic food and trek through the beautiful surrounding villages.
We bring people from around the world to experience the beauty of Nepal and the hospitality of its people
We want to share the excitement and passion we have for this country and help rural schools provide a quality education for their children. Whatever profit we make, we put back into helping communities in need.
Not just another tour group
Our expeditions are for trekkers, travelers, researchers, students, or the adventurous at heart who want to experience something a little different. Not only will we show you Nepali cultural sites, hospitality, and the mountains and forests of the Himalayas, we will also show you how responsible tourism can have a positive impact on local communities.
Since 2011, we have been working side-by-side with local people, groups and business on grass roots projects. We have all shared a deep sense of purpose in creating opportunities in rural Nepal.
We have built friendships with local groups and businesses that is grounded on an ethos of community development. This has allowed us to bring in travellers to experience something quite unique.
We have created cultural tour packages and placed volunteers in Nepal for universities and other organisations. We have also brought in friends, colleagues and travellers to experience the beauty of Nepal for years.
Participants become part of a growing group of adventurers who have connected with our team, their families, and the communities that we serve in Nepal. The friendships that have formed have been life-long.