If you're an adventurer who loves being out in nature, a trekking tour with Expedition Leaders should be next on your list.
View our example itineraries below and then get in touch with us to personalise your perfect trekking tour, completely bespoke to you.
Sikkim is home to glaciers, alpine meadows and thousands of varieties of wildflowers. Steep paths lead to hilltop Buddhist monasteries and further down to tea estates in the hills. Experience the beautiful changes in nature as you explore at a range of altitudes.
Receive blessings at the Thikse Monastery • Participate in a Buddhist prayer ceremony • Raft down the Indus River • Hike during two days in snow leopard country • Bike through rugged terrain • Cross Tanglang La, the world’s second highest motor-able pass • Interact with the Changpa nomadic tribe • Visit the Tso Kar ‘White lake’ • Camp at Tso Moriri Lake • Visit the REWA Society, a center for differently abled children
On this trek in the Ladakh region you’ll experience high altitude desert contrasted with azure blue skies. The trekking is challenging more due to altitude than the steepness of climbs or descents. This remote high desert environment is quite unique.
Spiti is a high-altitude paradise for trekkers and passes in and out of the Spiti valley provide access to the neighbouring areas of Ladakh, Kinnaur, Kullu and Lahaul. Whilst providing demanding trekking, this route captures the true essence of the high Himalayas, travelling through remote and pristine country on long-forgotten trails.
This trip covers most interesting destinations of Northern India and takes you deep inside the Himalayas to discover village life. India is home to a huge variety of languages, religious beliefs, historical, architectural & archaeological treasures: an area influenced by many over the centuries, including the British Raj.
The Himalayas spread over a wide area including Iran, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Tibet.
This mountain chain is home to Mt Everest, the highest point on the Globe at 8848m.
The Himalayas are the precious source of many almighty rivers - giving life to millions of people and animals.
The area is home hidden communities and ancient kingdoms: a truly wonderful place for travellers to experience the challenge of trekking and being part of these unique cultures.
You can trek throughout the year in some Himalayan areas but the weather between mid-March and November is usually the most settled.
As well as some of the tougher challenges, there are plenty of options for day walks, hikes, trekking and camping.
This is usually towards the top of the list of questions travellers ask. Of course nobody can accurately predict local conditions but we know it’s important for people to understand this to be able to plan properly. With our knowledge and decades of experience in this region of India and The Himalayas, we can point you in the right direction.
Expedition Leaders Ltd team understand the region’s microclimates which means that enjoyable and fair-weather walking is possible throughout the period from March to end of October. So, the question is when you would like to go trekking.