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A Walk with Maasai


7 day Walking tour in Tanzania
The rugged and beautiful Ngorongoro Highlands offers one of the finest blends of culture, landscapes and wildlife in Tanzania. Explore the grandeur and beauty of the Ngorongoro Conversation Zone with the Maasai custodians who have lived their lives in harmony with this land. It’s diverse landscapes consisting of elevated volcanoes and craters, forests and vast grassy plains offers a remarkable experience for those hiking through this area.   Learn More
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Teahouse Trek in the Himalayas


16 day Trekking tour in Nepal
The trek to Everest is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world's highest mountain ( 8848m ) but also for its friendly Sherpa people, picturesque villages, great variety of cultures and traditions, colorful festivals and monasteries. We bed down at night in luxury at upscale tea houses along the trial, sip a glass of sweetened tea or Chang (millet beer) and enjoy a taste of hospitality unique to the Sherpas.   Learn More
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A Walk Thru Bhutan


8 day Walking tour in Bhutan
Lace up your boots and discover Bhutan off the beaten path, strolling through the dense forests, orchids hanging from the branches framing glimpses of the tall peaks of the Himalayas. Trekking in Bhutan is different than its Himalayan neighbors, with quiet villages that see only a few travelers, lush landscapes, cascading rivers and more. Enjoy luxurious hotels each night and fulfilling walks during the days with our local expert guides.   Learn More
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Walking the Nakasendo


7 day Walking tour in Japan
Japan's Nakasendo Way was the traditional route taken by emperors during the Edo Period, as they moved between Edo (Tokyo) and Kyoto. To serve the needs of the royal entourage small inns sprung up along its path, giving birth to japan's famed Ryokans. Today much of the path is still there for us to explore. Join us for a walk through history, discovering ancient villages and ryokans, enjoying regional Japanese cuisine, tasting Sake at a brewery. Discover a world of wonder in old Japan.   Learn More
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