There are a million ways to travel, but few resonate in the way that trekking does. Get back to nature, challenge yourself and enter landscapes well beyond our urban environments. Picture yourself enjoying a spontaneous moment as you smile back at a nomadic mountain lady, snack by a rushing stream, follow winding paths that weave through the mountains, and scale rugged and rocky terrain in search of the perfect sunrise. In a nutshell, a trekking trip is all about embracing unique moments, incredible landscapes and new cultures in some of the most isolated parts of the world.

Opportunities for challenging hikes and pleasant strolls are scattered all over our country; you just need to know where to find them. We do. Kudremukh, Kodachadri, Pin Parvati, and the Kumara Parvatha are out there, waiting for you to walk all over them. We’re proud of our record of successful ascents. If you’re not into big climbs, don’t sweat it; we’ve got loads of lower-impact walks and iconic treks you’ll love, too.

Our trekking & hiking adventures take you to some of the world’s most remote and beautiful locations, with many of our treks beginning where everyone elses treks end.

With some of the most off-the-beaten-track trekking opportunities in the country, you can choose from a range of introductory treks to challenging treks designed to bring you closer to the culture and wilderness of a country. Our responsible travel guidelines have been developed to ensure our trekkers travel with minimal impact on the culture, environment and community, saving the beauty of mother nature for future generations. Whether it’s camping in semi-permanent campsites to discourage logging in the Himalayas, to hiring local guides, porters and cooks, your presence on one of our trekking trips means that you are helping the local community grow and develop both economically and environmentally.