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K2 Basecamp trek in Pakistan

We are the only company in the world who send an International guide and doctor on our K2 Basecamp (5,400m) treks while keeping group sizes sustainably small. Sending an international guide and doctor on all our K2 Basecamp treks allows us to deliver an unrivalled level of safety and service for each and every one of our clients. Having smaller group sizes allows us to minimise our environmental impact and foster a stronger team dynamic. This epic adventure to K2 Base Camp (5,400m) is one of the world’s most iconic trekking expeditions. Rather than take the normal out-and-back route, after reaching K2 Base Camp we cross the Gondogoro La pass (5,585m) and finish our trek in the Hushe ...Read more >
From £3,609 excluding flights

Everest Base Camp small group trek, Nepal

We are the only company in the world who send an International guide and doctor on our Everest Base Camp (5,364m) treks while keeping group sizes sustainably small. Sending an international guide and doctor on all our Everest Base Camp treks allows us to deliver an unrivalled level of safety and service for each and every one of our clients. Having smaller group sizes allows us to minimise our environmental impact and foster a stronger team dynamic. This historic trek to Everest Base Camp (5,364m 17,598ft) is one of the most famous expeditions in the world. Mt Everest (8,848m), the world’s highest mountain is known as Sagarmatha “sky head” in Nepalese and Chomolungma “the mother goddess ...Read more >
From £2,349 excluding flights

Peruvian Andes trekking holiday to Machu Picchu

Our 14-day journey in the Peruvian Andes takes in Machu Picchu and it’s lesser known sister city Choquequirao, giving you the ultimate Inca experience. We start our adventure with a stunning trek around Cusco taking in all the major sites while adjusting to the altitude. From Cusco we drive into the depths of the Andes and begin our trek to Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. Choquequirao is twice the size of Machu Picchu and because of its remoteness receives a small fraction of the trekkers that visit Machu Picchu. From Choquequirao, we trek along a stunning route for several days to reach Machu Picchu; crossing rivers, climbing over two high passes (4,150m & 4,668m) and walking through ...Read more >
From £2,309 excluding flights

Kilimanjaro climbing expedition holiday

Kilimanjaro (5,896m) is not only Africa's highest point, it is the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Kilimanjaro is actually a huge crater known as Kibo over 2km wide with several distinct cones the highest being Uhuru Peak. The name Kilimanjaro is believed to come from Swahili, Kilima meaning 'hill or little mountain' and Njaro meaning 'white or shining'. Towering over 4,500m above the rift valley and the surrounding landscape it makes for an impressive sight. This 10-day itinerary includes seven days of trekking on the Machame Trail, the most scenic route to the summit. Kilimanjaro is often underestimated with many climbers ascending too fast and then failing due to altitude ...Read more >
From £2,819 excluding flights
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