Responsible Adventures is an ecological trekking organization that strives on the improvement, protection and preservation of the environment around the Himalayan mountain range. We are leaders in the organisation of ecological mountain treks and activities.
Responsible Adventures was created and developed by Raj Tamang, an environmentally and culturally conscious trek leader with over 20 years of experience in leading trek holidays and expeditions throughout the Himalayas. All of our founding employees have worked for some of the biggest and most recognised adventure travel companies throughout their careers.
We specialize in hiking vacations that take you trekking all over the Himalayas on your adventure holidays, striving to make your vacations in the region a once in a lifetime experience. We provide these specialist trekking expeditions in the Himalayan region of Nepal, India (Sikkim, Darjeeling, Ladakh), Bhutan and Tibet.
Nominated in the category "Best in Mountain Environment" on "Virgin Holidays, Responsible Tourism Awards 2010, 2011"
Nepal offers the ultimate hiking and trekking holidays in the highest mountains in the world – the Himalayas. Cradled between India to the south and Tibet to the North, Nepal lies on the southern slopes of the Himalayas, and is without ...View Detail
This flight takes you from the Tribhuvan International Airport towards the east flying parallel to the Himalayan range and finally reaches to the point from where a spectacular view of the Everest can be seen. You shall be flying close to Mt.View Detail
Our Family Adventures have been designed especially for families with children which is the perfect way to introduce your kids to the joys of the Himalaya. The young travellers will learn to enjoy discovering the world through our guided HimalayanView Detail
My trip with Responsible Adventures and the charismatic founder Raj Tamang was one of the most memorable I have ever taken. All of the staff involved seemed happy in their work and delighted to offer their advice and insight on everything from Nepali history, food and the mountains.Steven Ben Brodie, The Netherlands