Himalayan Walk 2022 – Charity


The Himalayas is one of the world’s greatest hiking destinations, it offers unique cultural experiences and eye-opening views about humans.  livelihood. Specially Sikkim has a lot to offer culture-wise. You can see all mixed cultures living in harmony here. Bhutanese, Nepali, Tibetan, Lepcha, and Indians all live together. Sikkim is the only state in India that has a very low crime. Sikkim is famous for Kanchenjunga the 3rd highest peak in the world, Sikkim also well known for only the organic state of India. So why not Visit this beautiful Himalayan state. Check the itinerary for more details. This trip is for Charity to build a small care center for needy children in the Himalayas. Join us with a minimum deposit is 100 euro.

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Himalayan Walk 2022 – Charity

Delhi- Taj Mahal- Sikkim

Fully Guided Exclusive trip.

The Himalayas is one of the world’s greatest hiking destinations. It is a land of snow peaks and fluttering prayer flags, yak, goats caravans, and epic mountain adventures. But also it offers unique cultural experience and eye-opening views about human livelihood.

The First 2 days of this Tour take you to the Capital city of India and then the historical Taj Mahal, the history of the 17th-century Mughal empire, Hindu traditions, temples, and just colorful streets of the busiest city in the world.

Then for the rest of your 8 days, you will enter into one of the peaceful states of India in the Himalayan, called Sikkim. Sikkim means (peaceful land). Rhododendrons valleys, waterfalls, colorful monasteries, multicultural society, view of stunning “Kanchenjunga” the 3rd highest peak in the world. And of course friendly and happy people. During those 8 days, we will hike village to village in the foothills of the Himalayas, staying in local houses with high standard hospitality, learning culture, and connecting with locals. Sikkim is the safest state of India and has very low crime, about safety there is no fear. This will be an epic experience for many people. End of the trip we will allow everyone to experience market shopping in Gangtok and in Delhi freely.

Namaste Nomad Co-founder Mohan is organizing this trip and leading himself. Cost including flights from Dublin.

Money raised from this tour will be directly donated to project building care homes for needy kids in the Himalayas.

You are in safe hands. Join Us –  [email protected]

Day 1

Your trip will start from today. Arriving In Delhi and transfer to Hotel and rest, evening tour briefing by your trip leader.

Your trip will be lead by your group leader from Ireland, if you are from other country other then ireland you have to arrange your own flight to reach New dehli and meet the group.

Day 2

Travel to Agra City experiences the Mughal architecture. Situated 124 miles (200 kilometers) from New Delhi, Agra sits within day-trip distance of the Indian capital, and a full-day tour to the impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit Taj Mahal and nearby Agra Fort transportation by air-conditioned private vehicle. Evening explores Agra city by walking and spend the night in a hotel.

Day 3

Early morning around 5 am we will visit the UNESCO–listed Taj Mahal is one of the most famous buildings in the world. Though you’ve almost certainly seen the white marble wonder in photos, the structure’s symmetry, scope, and obsessive detail can be appreciated only in person. Early morning is the best time to visit to avoid crowds and the heat. After the Agra visit, we will start our journey back to Delhi, on the way we will stop in Mathura town Dotted with temples and beautiful religious structures, Mathura is one of India’s most popular and serene spiritual destinations as it is considered the birthplace of Lord Krishna. Mathura has a rich history that can be seen through the architecture and vast array of art on offer. ( Mathura is optional) We arrive in Delhi and spend the night.

Day 4

Day for flight to the Himalayas. We will take an early flight to Bagdogra Airport from Delhi, on arrival we will have all jeeps lined up to pick us up at Airport. Today will be an epic day with flight and long jeep ride, but I will make sure it will be easy and safe. After a crowded city tour today you will sleep in the Himalayas with the view of the 3rd highest mountain in the world. We spent the night in Pelling. (The Kanchenjunga range is directly visible from most parts of Pelling. Prepare a cup of hot tea and snacks, play your favorite playlist on loop, and soak in the sight of snow-laden Kanchenjunga peak standing strong at the backdrop of this quaint little village. If you are a sunrise lover, there is no better time to catch the sight of this mighty mountain when the sun makes its way to the top, painting the mountain in several layers of gold. Hopefully, next morning will be bright and sunny.)

Day 5

Wake up on the top of a hill called Pelling with the view of mighty Kanchenjunga, slow start with breakfast, and plan our easy hike for the rest of the afternoon to Uttray village, near Nepal Border. On your way you will pass Singsor bridge, said to be the second-highest bridge in Asia. The height of Uttarey is about 6600ft. Uttarey is famous for its tranquility and natural beauty. The place provides a beautiful view of the Himalayan mountains and is yet relatively less traveled by tourists. This allows a more serene atmosphere to be enjoyed. During winter the mountains around here are covered with snow allowing heavenly views. The Kagyu Gumpha (Gumpha is the local monastery) in Uttarey is a highly revered place of worship for the locals and a good place for sightseeing. The monastery is set amidst dense forests. The wall paintings in the monastery might be of interest to you. The Dental peak and the river are also visible from the monastery. Other important tourist spots around Uttare include the Mainbus Waterfall and the ChewyAbhang Pass. This pass is about 10 km from Uttarey and is the gateway to Nepal. Easy walk following the motor road and some path, today’s walk will be around 3-4 hours. Spent night in Uttery village, Homestay.

Day 6

Today we will walk from Uttray to martin village, passing many waterfalls, farmlands, small villages, monasteries, it will be a 4-5 hours easy hike. Tonight we will be staying at Homestay run by a family. We will take a village tour in the afternoon to connect with locals. We can see how they live themselves sufficiently. Growing their own food and producing milk and butter. It is like 50 years back Irish life. Staying at Eco resort.

Day 7

Today we aim to walk from Martam to Soreng, this will be up to a 22 km hike, pretty long but easy. Really exciting hike, we will be witnessing a remote part of the Himalayas, more authentic life, mountains views, and visiting Palyul Dechen Gaweling Monastery. Evening we will reach the village of Soreng.  Soreng is known for its largest production of vegetables, oranges, and flowers. The inhabitants are mostly dependent on agriculture, floriculture, and tourism for their livelihood and are mostly Nepali.

Day 8

Today we challenge ourselves for another 18 km hike 6 hours through the village motorable road and forest trails. Our highest altitude in this trip will be 2900mtr and today we will be reaching an altitude of 2900mtr.  Barsey located at an altitude of 10,000ft, Barsey is renowned for its Rhododendron Sanctuary. The sanctuary falls in the Singalila Range and is a starting point to the Singalila Ridge trek route. Lying at an elevation of 2900 mt. The Sanctuary boasts of over 40 varieties of Rhododendron and during full bloom in April, the whole sanctuary looks colorful. Evening we will go back to Soreng village for our night stay.

Day 9

Today is our last day village hike, we will be heading to Rinchenpong village, which has a magnificent command over the mountain views, sunrise and sunset, flora and fauna, village tourism, historical sites, and heritage of Resume Monastery, rich forests, and ample area for short treks. At an altitude of about 5576ft, the place is famous for the beautiful view of the Kanchenjunga range of mountains.

Day 10

Today we are traveling from West Sikkim to East Sikkim Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim. On the way, we will stop for lunch at Ravangla town, and also take a short hike to view one of the highest Buddha stupas in Himalayas, featuring a 130-foot (40 m) high statue of the Buddha as its centerpiece.

Night stay at Gangtok.

Day 11

If the weather is clear we will take an early morning trip to Tashi viewpoint to witness Mount Kanchenjunga at sunrise. We will be back for breakfast at the hotel and in the afternoon we take a city tour on foot. One of the safest places to hike freely.

Day 12

Today is the day for goodbye from Sikkim and we drive to the airport and fly back to Delhi. After arrival in Delhi check in to the hotel and in the evening free for shopping and market. Delhi is famous for spices, garments, jewelry, and food.

Day 13

It’s a day for a good return home, we usually have evening flights so we still have plenty of time to pack, shop, and eat our last lunch in India.

Price Includes
  • Flights international and domestic.
  • 3-4 stars hotel, twin sharing (for single supplements – 45 euro per person per day)
  • All sightseen, all transport
  • Trekking permits, Sikkim entry permit
  • All meals during the hiking in the village.
  • All breakfast included staying in the city.
  • Fully guided


  • This trip is fixed departure and the cost includes international flight.
  • If travel restrictions not lifted till march we will postpone this tour for another date.
  • People must apply for indian visa online and are required to buy personal travel insurance before departure.
  • If any reason the trip gets cancelled you will get a full refund, or postpone without extra charge.
  • Once you book the trip you will receive all information regarding packing list, travel details 2 month before departure.
  • Trip is fully guided from Ireland and returns.
  • Minimum deposit of 100 Euro required to conform the place.
  • Rest of the payment you can pay in instalment or pay whole till month before departure.
Price Excludes
  • Personal insurance
  • Personal shopping
  • Personal food or alcohol
  • Personal telephones bills
  • Laundry
  • Visa
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the itinerary will cost extra.
  • If you have any other interest during traveling please discuss it with your traveling group leader.


See what people are saying about us!


I first heard of Mohan and Namaste Nomad 2 years ago and since then I have been on 3 amazing trips with them. The first one was in March 2018 when I went to Langtang in Nepal. My first time there I was excited but more than a little apprehensive. I needn’t have worried. Mohan and his team of sherpas were absolutely wonderful. Everything was taken care of, tickets, transfers, all accommodation, most meals, money exchange and advice on where and what to eat and drink. We had been told that it would be completely vegetarian and dairy free on the trek. I had no problem at all with the vegetarian part of it but thought the dairy free might be tough. It wasn’t at all. We ate the most delicious food all prepared by our sherpas using fresh mostly locally sourced ingredients. The dal boat was to die for. We were constantly reminded to drink water, use sunscreen, wear a hat etc. The scenery in langtang was spectacular, towering snow capped mountains and deep valleys with raging rivers. It was an area which had been badly hit by the recent earthquake and there were sad reminders of the damage which had been done. Overall a very good and memorable experience. June 2018 I headed off to the Picos in Spain with Mohan again. For anyone who might be reluctant to travel too far , but wants amazing scenery I would totally recommend the Picos. Somewhat similar to the Himalayas I thought, one area known as the gorge stood out for me anyway. It was breathtaking. We stayed in the most beautiful little villages, ate delicious food and drank lovely local wine. Just a little as we had to remember we were walking in the morning! In April of this year I went back again to Nepal this time to do Annapurna base camp ( usually just known as ABC). A totally different area but no less lovely. It had a lot of forest and was very fertile. As well as being our guide Mohan was a great source of information about the local people and their way of life. I never stopped asking questions!. Again great walking , lots of steps this time but we kept going and finally on Easter Sunday morning at around 8 local time we arrived into ABC. We were told that the morning was the time to see it at its best . The rising sun in such a blue sky , the snow capped Annapurna range all combined to made it such a highlight. It was so well worth it. I think the fact that I did 3 trips with mohan and his team in such a short space of time says it all and I’m certainly not finished yet. For anyone who wants a trek with a difference but at a good price I don’t think you could do much better.

Roisin McDaid

My treks with Namaste Nomad


I recently traveled to Nepal with Namaste Nomad to climb Mera Peak. This trip was an absolute amazing life experience for me. Mohan arranged everything from flights to accommodation to food and everything in between. His local knowledge was invaluable especially in Kathmandu where he even got our money changed to ensure we received the best rate. The trek itself could not have been better for acclimatisation. It’s a slightly longer route than some but gives you the best chance of summiting. Our 2 Sherpas could not have done more. They treated us like family and not just clients. They did everything they could to give us the best chance at summiting .. which the whole group did. I would definitely use NN for an future treks in the Himalayas. 10 out of 10!!

Cathy Reavy

Mera Peak


I travelled with a group from Ireland to Nepal where we started our joureny to Everest Basecamp. This trek was very special to me as I was doing it for charity in memory of my late brother who was a keen hillwalker. Our group was made up of 9 people from Ireland, Scotland and USA. Such a fantastic group it turned out to be. We all supported each other and made new friends, having alot of fun along the way. Oh From start to finish Mohan our leader, did everything in his power to ensure that our trek was 100% successful. The trip was very challenging but very rewarding. He supported us all even when we were struggling and was there at our beck and call at all times. I would like to give a special mention to the 3 sherpas who accompanied us during our trek, Tshering, Pimba and Paldene. Such fantastic support to all of us and true gentlemen. I would highly recommend this group for anybody contemplating a similar experience.

Kieran McCli to k

Trek to Everest Basecamp 20th September 2019


It truly was the greatest experience I've ever had. Going into the Trip I Didn't known anyone, Leaving we were the best of friends. The Shepherds knew exactly what they were doing and Also Great fun. Accommodation was brilliant And the views breath taking. The Main man Mohan, Always with a smile on his face, Made sure that every one of us went up and came down safely. I'll be doing more treks with Namaste Nomad in the future for sure!!

Padraig B

Once in a Life Time Experience


Travelled to the north of Spain for a week with Mohan from Namaste Nomad - travelled with 2 friends - 12 in total in the group - 12 had such a laugh. Great bunch of people of all age groups. The holiday was fool proof with all activities and meals organised. We age local cuisine with the locals. Truly an amazing holiday and I would highly recommend it. I thought the holiday was so well organised I have decided to travel to Nepal with this company in 2018. Get booking - you wont regret it.


Picos De Europe Treking 2017


Did the errigal sunrise hike. We didnt see the sun because of the mist and the Rain, but is was still a very beautiful trip to the top. Had a great guide (Malachy thanks again) and the trip was well organized by Mohan.

Tim Sterken

Errigal sunrise hike


My serious walking career began at the age of 60, when I trekked with Mohan of Namaste Nomad in Ladakh. Since then I have gone back to the Himalayas with him every year: Everest Base Camp, Langtang, Island Peak... Each year I've thought it was as high as I could go, and each year I've come away wanting more. This time I hoped to attain the summit of my ambitions - to climb a 6500 metre mountain, Mera Peak, at the age of 65. Mera, known as the highest trekking peak in the world, was hard. It was steep. It was exhausting. It was wonderful. With the help of Mohan's right-hand-man, Dawa, and Nerbu, a younger sherpa; in the company of three other incredibly supportive Irish trekkers; with the amazing aid of our porters; and with the help, in my case, of copious amounts of oxygen (!), I made it to the very top. Mohan and Dawa always believed in me and did everything in their power to get me to the top. I am immensely proud to have done this, and immensely grateful to Namaste Nomad for giving me the opportunity. Seize the day, people. You are capable of so much more than you think.

Malachy D

[email protected]: Mera Peak


Just come back from Bhutan and India, had the most amazing time. Mohan looked after us well and always made our travels easy, taking care of everyones needs. I experienced some amazing sights which I do not think I would have on any average tour, we really did see the real India. I am now planning my next trip. Can not recommend them enough.

Julie J

Bhutan and India


I had the most amazing experience walking up to EBC and Kala Pattar with Namaste Nomad. Words cannot describe the views and euphoria. The trip couldn't have been any better from beginning to end. We were thoroughly spoilt and taken care of to the highest standards by Dawa our guide and Sudip his assistant. They were both very accommodating, flexible, helpful, polite, knowledgeable and fun to be around. Our porters were efficient and helped ease our pain! The team offered us excellent advice at all times. In preparation for our trip Ashim and his team briefed us at our hotel and answered all of our questions. I would not hesitate in recommending your highly professional team to any friend or family member (RJ from Southampton UK)


Everest base camp


I recently returned from a thoroughly enjoyable trek to EBC and Kalapathar. The trip was beyond amazing and a life changing experience. This was all made possible, largely due to our highly organised and very knowledgable Leader Mohan (and his team of local Sherpas and Porters) who educated us on all aspects of life in Nepal including environmental issues which he is very passionate about. Mohan’s attention to detail was second to none, ensuring everyone stayed healthy and safe, while also thoroughly enjoying ourselves. This is the trip of a lifetime with breathtaking views and such cheerful and welcoming locals. We had a fantastic group that supported one another throughout and the craic was brilliant. I would highly recommend travelling with this company and I for one, can’t wait here for my next trekking adventure with them. Thank you Mohan.


Everest Base Camp & Kalapathar

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