Dividing a Himalayan trip into its three components, the stakeholders are:

  1. Stay and food: Local eateries, guesthouses, individual homes.

  2. Transportation: Drivers and local vehicle owners.

  3. Trek and adventure activities: Individuals who are hired as staff, horsemen, local supply shops.

Apart from the above, we also work very closely with:

  • Existing NGO’s. This is mutually beneficial as we tap into their already established local network and they in return get financial support as well as much needed awareness outside. E.g. Snow leopard conservancy in Ladakh, Spiti Ecosphere, HELP tourism, ECOSS Sikkim, Chirag in Kumaon, RACHNA in Garhwal, etc.

  • Rural co-operatives. For example Kumaon Women weaver’s group, Sikkim community homestays, Ladakhi handicrafts, etc. We encourage our clients to purchase their woolens, handicrafts, etc from such groups.

More specifically, here is a region wise list of some of the organizations, local businesses, individuals, etc we have worked with as part of our trips.

Region wise organizations list

Kashmir and Ladakh

  1. Snow leopard conservancy
  2. Sonam Wangchu’s family guesthouse in Leh
  3. Homestays in Zanskar - Rangdum, Padum, Karsha


  1. Spiti Ecosphere NGO
  2. Kalpa orphanage
  3. Thakur family guesthouse in Chitkul
  4. Raju’s homestay in Gushaini


  1. Har ki dun mountaineering and protection agency
  2. Ramana’s orphanage in Rishikesh
  3. TVanmali ashram and school in Rishikesh
  4. RACHNA in Uttarkashi


  1. Kumaon women weaver’s group in Munsiyari
  2. Chirag NGO in Mukteshwar
  3. Darma valley homestays

Sikkim & Darjeeling

  1. ECOSS (Eco tourism and conservation society)
  2. Sikkim homestays
  3. HELP tourism initiative
  4. Riverdale school and orphanage at Pokhriabong, Darjeeling