Nepal is a landlocked gem, sandwiched between India and China, located in the Himalaya (“The mystic land of Yetis”).The country fascinates with mesmerizing mountains, rich cultural diversity, magnificent temples, artistic shrines, and inspiring natural scenery. Due to its geographical diversity, Nepal is one of the best travel destinations in the world. Whatever action you love to do, in Nepal you can do it! The choices to embark to a lifetime experience are endless. Either you climb high mountains, trek between the world’s tallest mountains, go for a Safari ride, mountain bike in the core of the Himalaya, raft on the wild rivers, explore the UNESCO World heritage sites, the experience is indescribable.
Bhutan is well-known for its dramatically varied topography. It boasts a great diversity of awe-inspiring landscapes of snow-clad mountains, lush valleys, dense forests and rushing streams that are considered to be abodes of the gods.To the south lies India; to the north Tibet. Having only opened its doors to the tourism in 1974, Bhutan has remained relatively isolated from western influence and enabled to maintain a rich traditional based Buddhist culture.
The autonomous region of Tibet is located at the main part of Qinghai-Tibet plateau, south-West frontier of China. Tibet borders with Sichuan, Yuannan, Qinghai
and Xinjiang; to the south contiguous to India, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Burma, and bounded by Kashmir on the west. Open grassland, virgin forest, Tibet is also home for some of the world’s tallest mountains, with several of them making the top ten list with Mount Everest: the highest mountain on earth. With its particular dry climate, Tibet is worth a visit almost all year long. April to November are the milder months.
A splendid Nature, a history of several thousand years, an identity like no other: the Alps. Are you dreaming of a new experience? Climbing a 4000-metre high peak, enjoying a meal at a timeless bivouac or admiring the high peaks on a journey of several days’ walking. Excited of spending the summer in the mountains?
Discover this true natural gem with WILD YAK. Whether in Switzerland, France or Italy, WILD YAK takes you off the beaten track.
Since long time, expedition to the Himalayan Mountains has fascinated the climbers from all around the world; whether it is for a personal challenge or an experience to do something beyond one’s imagination. Expedition to the Himalayan mountain is captivating; why?
Love love love! Have you ever dreamt of going trekking in Nepal? If you have never done trekking in Nepal, then you certainly miss a magical experience in your life. However, many people assume one needs to be strong, physically very fit, and have a long holiday to go trekking in Nepal.
Open grassland, virgin forest, Tibet is also home to some of the world's tallest mountains, with several of them making the top ten list. Experience an authentic discovery of the highland of Tibet by foot. Mount Everest: the highest mountain on earth in the background gives a special taste to your adventure.
In the Himalayas' heart, landlocked between India and Tibet, Bhutan offers many possibilities for trekking off the beaten track that will leave no one indifferent. Due to the country's policy of isolation, there is little traffic on the trekking trails. With 70% of its territory covered by forests
The Himalayas are a treasure trove of traditions and culture. WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS offers a wide range of guided tours to enjoy the charm of these local treasures. Discover our cultural tours or contact us for a customized cultural tour, we will be happy to advise you!
Norbu speaks fluently: English, Tibetan, Nepali and Hindi.
The vision to empower the young generation and inspire the benefit of traveling to the people are Norbu’s principal aspirations behind the creation of WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS.
Andrea speaks fluently: Swiss German, French, German, English (with a little bit of Italian).
Believing in high-quality service and responsible tourism, her aim is to give people the opportunity to discover the magnificence of the mountain world and to help support the local people.