The treks are graded in difficulty from 1 to 3 (3 being the most difficult). Treks and other adventure sports can be combined to make your own expedition. 

There are set dates for individuals wishing to join a group, or the seasons are stated if you wish to make your own group. We can also tailor-make trips to your needs and desires.

Discover the Secret Himalayas  
Level: 2.
When: June – September / 4-18th June 2005

     Tucked away in the craggy folds of the Himalayas is a land few people know about, fewer still have crossed this way for it has been one of the world’s best secrets for thousands of years. We find the amazing Chandratal Lake (14,420 ft) and high valleys that until recently were forbidden lands.

Ancient Trails  
Level: 2.
When: May – Oct / 21st May - 4th June 2005

     After a luxurious night at the 500 year old Naggar Castle our trek begins towards the Chandrakani Pass. We camp on the outskirts of Malana, an ancient and isolated tribal village, with its own language, customs and laws. The existence of Malana is believed to date back pre-2BC. We follow the ancient pilgrimage trail to Kasol and admire the stunning panorama of surrounding snow-capped peaks as we soak in the natural hot spring bath. View the world from a different level!

Manali Wildlife Sanctuary Trek 
Level: 3. When: Sept – Oct / 3rd-19th Sept 2005

     This challenging trek starting from the Manali Wildlife Sanctuary takes us to the home of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetans in exile. We pass through the ancient village of Bara Bhangal, only accessible for 4-5 months of the year to meet the legendary Himalayan shepherd – the Gaddis – who lead a nomadic lifestyle largely unchanged for centuries.

Trek to the Home of The Dalai Lama
Level: 1. When: March – May / Sept – Nov / 16th-30th April 2005

     This is a unique opportunity to trek through the colourful kingdom of the Himalayas and have a rare chance to interact with the local Tibetan community and to support a Tibetan children’s project. 

     You have the opportunity of trekking through Hindu settlements and past temples, to isolated Buddhist monasteries, camping beside nomadic shepherd encampments, all amongst the snow-capped peaks of the world’s highest and most spectacular range. We finish the trek in Dharamsala, home to the Dalai Lama, often called “Little Lhasa”.

Everest Base Camp Trek 
Level: 3. When: Feb – June / Sept – Dec / 17th Dec 2005 - 2nd Jan 2006

     Trek to the base camp of Mount Everest (8,848m) the highest mountain in the world. We trek through Sagarmatha National Park, exploring the villages and colourful monasteries, following spectacular deep valleys and glacial lakes, enjoying the hospitality of the sherpa people. The views are simply spectacular. A trek not to be missed.

The Ancient Silk Route 
Level: 2. When: June – September / 2nd - 16th July 2005

     A 4WD jeep safari and trek through Spiti. You will be one of the first few visitors to explore this idyllic region. Ki Gompa is the oldest and largest Gompa in Spiti dating back to the 10th Century. We follow the ancient Tibetan silk route to Kibber, the highest village in the world.

Cycle the Roof of the World 
Challenging. When: mid June – mid Sept / 16th July - 1st Aug 2005

     This tour is a classic Himalayan traverse from Manali to Leh challenging vertigo-free cyclists to manage 4 famous Himalayan passes, including Tanglang La (17,850 ft), the highest road in the world. 

Cycle the Unexplored Himalayas  
Tough. When: June – September / 6th - 20th Aug 2005

     This journey is a mountain-bikers dream passing remote villages, high passes and mighty snow peaks. Access to the high valleys of Spiti, North India, this remote and rugged corner of the world has only been possible since 1992. We visit Chandratal Lake (14,420 ft) and Kibber, the highest village in the world.

Cycling in Rajasthan
Level: Moderate. When: September - April / 12th - 26th Feb 2005

     This journey is a mountain - bikers dream, passing through colourful tribal villages; staying at Maharaja's Palaces; wildlife viewing at the famous Tiger reserve, Ranthambore National Park and visiting some of India's best attractions including the Taj Mahal.

Cycle the Himalayan Foothills 
Level: Moderate. When: March – June / Sept - Dec / 19th March - 2nd April 2005

     Cycling along hidden trails to rarely visited local villages to Dharamsala, the centre of a vibrant Tibetan community and home to the Dalai Lama. 

Fly the Himalayas
Level: Experienced. When: March - May / Sept – Nov 

     Come to the Indian Himalayas for some of the best paragliding in the world. With superb conditions for XC, cloudbases upto 6000m, clear air space for miles and incredible views of the highest mountain range on earth; mixed with the friendliness and hospitality of the local Hindu and Buddhist people, and you have all the ingredients for an amazing paragliding trip. come to the Indian Himalayas for a paragliding trip of a lifetime, you won't be disappointed !

Trout Fishing Trip 
When: March - November 

     Some of the most beautiful rivers in Himachal Pradesh are home to the brown and rainbow trout. The stunning riverbanks and the mountain tranquility provide days on end of pleasurable and exciting fishing. 

Dream and Adventure Centre

     Come and stay with us in our relaxed, comfortable adventure centre and home. Based in Bir, North India, at the foothills of the Himalayas. It is a beautiful village and the local people are incredibly warm and friendly, and continue a lifestyle unchanged for centuries. There is colouful Tibetan community to interact with, and amazing monasteries to visit. Set in a beautiful location amongst forest and tea plantation, a home away from home. We have maps and information on the area in our library that is well-stocked with books and games. The house and camp offers a variety of accommodation. We offer tasty home-cooked food, using herbs and vegetables grown fresh from the garden. We can arrange a variety of treks, mountain-biking, fishing, tandem-paragliding, other adventure sports, massage, yoga course and local sightseeing.