"The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step" Lao Tsu
Boundless Himalayas Trekking & Expedition is an efficient, well established and well organised company that has been operating for the past fourteen years. We are known for our care to detail and the service we provide to the people who travel with us. The company came together in 1999. It was formed by three trekking mountain guides who were friends with many years of experience of climbing and trekking between them. The aim right from the early days was to provide well organised tours and expeditions that measured up to our clients expectations.
Initially our main focus was on organising high Trans Himalayan Trekking throughout Nepal, whenever possible on new trails, many of our initial treks were coupled with mountain and peak climbing which still remains an important part of our business. We have over the years built a firm reputation that we share with you on the web site through our testimonials page. We also have added a news button at the top of this page to keep you informed of what is going on here.
From fairly early on we expanded our services to include a wide variety of holiday experiences. Nowadays we run tours in Nepal and the neighbouring countries of Tibet, Bhutan and India and also Mongolia where we have a good agent. Our tours range from all things adventurous, to more leisurely pursuits, especially teasing out some of the exceptional nature and fascinating culture this beautiful country has to offer.
If you are really looking for something a bit different in Nepal, with a company that is well established, sound financially and you can truly rely on, why not make contact. You will find us helpful honest and straight forward.
We are members of the NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) and TAAN (Trekking Agents Association Of Nepal). From the environmental aspect, we fully recognise the need to preserve the extremely beautiful, yet highly sensative environment Nepal has been blessed with. We have always been keen supporters of sustainable travel and of the need to be always aware of the impact tourism can have on the region. Thankfully on the more popular tourist trails, there is a far greater awareness of the environmental impact tourism can have on the natural ecosystem, but there is still a long way to go.