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TREKKING

What is a Trek?

Whilst walking in the valleys and high regions of the Himalayas, our groups come into contact with local people living in remote villages and also various tribes of Nomadic herdsmen. These people are friendly and hospitable and follow a way of life unchanged for centuries.

By day we walk, carrying only a light day pack, for cameras and lunch box. Guided by professional guides along well defined mountain trails. By night we camp, sleeping in modern two man tents and top quality down sleeping bags, all supplied. The cooking and camp chores are done by the accompanying staff and porters and ponies carry all equipments- leaving the walking group free to enjoy the peace and beauty of the mountains and valleys.

Trek itineraries are carefully planned to average daily physical demands over the whole trek. Our trekking staffs are experienced from their many years of guiding—and will take sensible care of all group members. Those trekkers who are in good physical shape and who have a love for camping and hard walking will without doubt have one of the most enjoyable experience of their lives.

Group members have the common bond of their love for walking and vary widely in Age, Profession and nationality. Group size is kept to a maximum of 15 people and minimum of 2 people.

Trekking Permits

Restricted Area Permits are required by those trekking in Sikkim or Nagaland. Kashmir Himalayan Expedition Pty Ltd. will organize this for you in advance if you provide a copy of your passport, your tourist visa and two passport-sized photographs, and the cost is included in the price of the trekking holiday. No trekking permits are required for Kashmir or other Himalayan areas within India in which Kashmir Himalayan Expedition operates tours 

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