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The Great Himalaya Trail

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Presentation at ITB Berlin, 9th March 2011. ...

Presentation at ITB Berlin, 9th March 2011.

The Great Himalaya Trail is the highest and longest walking trail on Earth. This slideshow showcases this and also adds information on trips to this wonderful trail offered by socialtours, a soft adventure specialist based in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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    The Great Himalaya Trail The Great Himalaya Trail Presentation Transcript

    • Recommended operatorwww . socia ltours . com
    • What is the Great Himalaya Trail?
      One of the longest and highest walking trails in the world.
      Has two trails, an upper and a lower
      Divided into ten sections
      Opens up the whole of Nepal to the intrepid traveller
    • KANCHENJUNGA
      Spectacular Terrain
    • MAKALU BARUN
      Wild & Beautiful
    • ROLWALING & EVEREST
      Top of the World
    • LANGTANG & HELAMBU
      Cultural Haven
    • MANASLU & GANESH
      East West Bridge
    • ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG
      Adventure Central
    • DOLPO
      Mystical Cultures
    • RARA & JUMLA
      Lost Paradise
    • HUMLA
      Hidden Cultures
    • THE FAR WEST
      Totally Unexplored
    • Tourism Implications
      Is multi-trail hence repeat sales possibilities
      Has off the beaten options – expands the market, authentic experiences
      Potential to spread benefits of tourism
      Has both soft adventure and expedition possibilities
      Product development options endless
    • Sample Products
      LIMI VALLEY CIRCUIT – HUMLA
      18 days – Euros 1800.- pp
      A in-depth look into the hidden valley of Limi and its unique Tibetan sub-culture
      WILD WEST CHARITY TOUR - RARA
      15 days – Euros 1340.- pp
      A tour supporting the development of education in Nepal’s remote regions.
    • Sample Products
      TREKKING WITH YAKS - DOLPO
      24 days – Euros 3440.- pp
      Following the footsteps of the Yak caravans in Dolpo which trade in salt with Tibet
      HIDDEN KINGDOM of MUSTANG
      16 days – Euros 1800.- pp
      Discovering the insides of this amazing hidden kingdom within Nepal.
    • Sample Products
      TAMANG HERITAGE TRAIL – LANGTANG
      9 days – Euros 1800.- pp
      Homestays and spread of benefits in this off the beaten trail in the Langtang Valley
      SHAMANISM TREK - HELAMBU
      11 days – Euros 1800.- pp
      Discovering the life science of Shamanism. In August, a full moon festival
    • Sample Products
      YOGA in the MOUNTAINS – Custom
      18 days – Euros 1800.- pp
      A mixture of Yoga and trekking in one of the best landscapes in the world.
      CHO LA PASS TREK - EVEREST
      18 days – Euros 1800.- pp
      One of the 25 best new trips in the planet – National Geographic Adventure
    • Why us?
      We get IT!
      CLIENTS – need to be blown away!* everytime *
      PARTNERS – need to make money
      * ethically *
      ENVIRONMENT – needs to be preserved
      COMMUNITIES & STAKEHOLDERS – have to benefit
      STRIVE for awin win win win!
    • Company Snap Shot
      Five time Responsible Tourism Awards nominated
      Travellers from at least 30 countries, aged from 5 years to 85 years
      Over 100 direct stakeholders
      Offering trips in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, & India
      One of the few travel companies to start with CSR principles
      In 2009, managed over USD 30,000 travel philanthropy in two projects
      Recommended by
      Lonely Planet
      National Geographic Adventure