In Chadar Trekking, word “Chadar” means “blanket” and is representative of thick sheet of ice that forms over the frozen Zanskar river in winters. This trek is threatened due to environmental factors.
Famous for being one of the most picturesque treks in Nepal, the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) Trek will take you through the majestic Annapurna mountain range.
Whether you long to climb to Everest Base Camp or would love to say that you’ve beaten Kilimanjaro, many people are interested in the various trekking tours available around the world. Viktorianz can help you reach some of the best trekking places in India, Africa and Bhutan.
This is one of the most famous and most beautiful adventure trekking tours in India. For many, it is a once in a lifetime opportunity that they spend months (if not years) mentally and physically preparing for. Upon reaching Base Camp, you will have climbed to an impressive 17,590 feet.
The highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain on earth, Kilimanjaro trekking holidays are often on the top of many bucket lists. It rises to an amazing height of 5895m from the savannah plains of East Africa. On our tour, you begin the climb to the summit at midnight (arriving around sunrise).
This is a popular location for trekking in India, as it offers adventure, nature and culture all rolled into one. It offers a unique experience for trekkers of all fitness levels, as you enjoy ‘Home Stays’ at villages along the route instead of sleeping in tents (although this option is available).
If you’re looking for trekking tours in India that offer a challenge, Stok Kangri is the ideal choice. Located in the Hemis National Park at an altitude of 6153m, it is suitable for experienced trekkers with a good level of fitness. The view from the top is one of the best in the Himalayas, so be sure to breathe it in.
When you’ve had enough of India trekking tours, we recommend heading to nearby Bhutan for something a little different. This little kingdom, found next door to Nepal, was actually closed to tourists until 1974. We can take you on the Druk Trek, which winds through some of the more popular sites.