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About Responsible Adventures

Responsible Adventures is an environmentally sensitive trekking organization designed to improve, protect, and preserve the Himalayan mountain ranges’ environment. An organization for the 21st century, we are leaders in the organization of ecological mountain treks. Responsible Adventures was created and developed by a group of young, environmentally, and culturally conscious Raj. He has a team of Trek leaders with several decades of experience, each leading treks throughout the Himalayas. All of the had team members worked for some of the most prominent and reputed adventure travel companies throughout their professional careers.

All employees of Responsible Adventures have many years of trekking and mountaineering experience and actively promote the protection and ecological use of the Himalayas’ fragile environment. The Himalayas is home to most of our team, and they wish to share its natural beauty and culture with trekkers and other guests. We strive to instill respect for these sacred mountain ranges while preserving their historic surroundings, people, and culture. We aim to make a difference.

Why are Responsible Adventures different?

Responsible Adventures is among the first trekking companies to design eco-friendly treks in the Himalayas. All refuse to result from the treks are ecologically disposed of or pact-returned to centers, where it can be adequately dealt with. Biodegradable rubbish is burned to facilitate quick disintegration. Plastics and other synthetic materials are returned to the base for recycling. We request each trekker to ensure that this practice is strictly observed.

We also believe in the just treatment of all our employees. We actively work on abolishing the mistreatment and ill payment of Trek leaders, local guides, and porters. Our employees are assured proper wages and receiving benefits that are among the best in the Himalayas. Sharing bonuses and profits among all employees is one of the many vital aspects of Responsible Adventures’ policies.

We invite open-minded and perceptive people to feel the Buddha within while trekking from lush tropical forests to the arid high plateaus. Rise above the earthly pleasures and perceive the beauty of nature while hiking past steep monastic walls, across high passes, and into thin air. Experience the openness, the connection between man and nature, which is only available in the Himalayas’ lofty heights.

We are a boutique adventure travel company that welcomes Diversity, Equity & Inclusion – DEI. 

We extend our hands in ally-ship to the

  • LGBTQ+
  • Blacks
  • Minorities
  • Ethnic or tribal communities.

Responsible Adventures’ Mission

To share the essence of the Himalayas – its vastness, timelessness, culture, and humanity — and to provide our customers with the highest quality travel experience available in this extraordinary part of the world.

Responsible Adventures’ Commitment

To enchant our customers and exceed their expectations.

Responsible Adventures’ Guarantee

To provide our customers with a successful and adventurous journey. If our clients are unsatisfied with any aspect/element of the trip within our control, we’ll do everything possible to make it right for them.

Responsible Tourism

Responsible Adventures is committed to responsible tourism through its policies and practices, which permeate all aspects of its business. The company’s plans aim to ensure that Responsible Adventures and its clients act in a social, environmentally, and culturally sound way. We feel strongly that all our holidays should benefit the local communities and protect the environment by minimizing pollution and respecting local traditions, religion, and heritage. We tread lightly – low volume, low impact trekking/touring is the best way of preserving the beautiful and fragile places we visit.

Responsible Adventures is an adventure travel company with a real difference. We cater for all ages and group sizes, ranging from family trekking holidays to school educational trips to Corporate Social Responsibility treks. We also provide customized itineraries tailored to our clients’ specific needs. Be assured of an upgraded service with the utmost attention to detail, a step above a traditional adventure holiday. Our team has many years’ experience and is highly trained by our founder Raj Tamang.

Responsible Adventures has four key responsibilities.

  • Customer
  • Employees
  • Charity
  • Profit

Our customers are of the utmost importance to us, and we make sure they get the treatment they deserve. No matter how small, every detail receives our full attention on every trip to ensure our customers experience an exciting and breathtaking holiday. We may even throw in a few surprises along the way!


Responsible Adventures has a committed fair-trade approach; we pay all our staff a generous wage to improve the quality of life for themselves and their families. We have always said our friendly employees are our biggest asset, as we firmly believe that our happy staff is one of the many reasons we have so many satisfied customers. We value our team very highly, and every happy porter, talented support crew members, and expert Trek leaders have been handpicked and thoroughly trained by us. Our approach and attitude towards our employees mean that we can handpick the best from the burgeoning group of porters and Sherpas who are eager to work with us, ensuring our clients receive unparalleled trekking service the Himalayas.


We have been associated with some local charities for many years, and a percentage of the tour costs we receive go directly towards helping these charities. There may even be an opportunity to visit the places benefiting from this association during the trips to see how the tour contributions make a difference.


Our main aim is to improve the quality of life for the people in and around Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and India. We are committed to making a difference here with your help, and profits are last on our agenda.

Check out our Trekking packages for Nepal, Bhutan, India, and Tibet.