Date: 28 Jan – 4 Feb, 20-27 Feb, 4-11 Mar, 8-15 Apr 2017
The Milford Track Guided Walk is a fantastic 5 days/4 night adventure, traversing the heart of Fiordland National Park on “ The finest walk in the world” from Lake Te Anau to Milford Sound.
Date: 28 Jan – 04 Feb 2017
Adventure Travel in Ladakh is mostly restricted to the summer months. Apart from the Chadar trek, most other trails are hardly explored during the winter. The Sham trek is a great opportunity to witness wonderful snow dusted landscapes of Ladakh and also experience the life of the locals in harsh winters. The trip takes you to centuries old monasteries and hike through beautiful villages. The trek offers a lot in limited time and is perfect for beginners as it has a great mix of cultural interaction, homestays and the best landscapes. The highlight would be a visit to Tsomoriri after the trek.
Date: 26 Jan – 02 Feb, 4-11 Feb 2017
See the amazing Aurora Borealis in Yukon, Canada and escape to the Canadian Rockies for a winter wonderland adventure!
Ice Climbing Experience for Beginner – intermediate
Season: 01 Dec 2016 – 28 Feb 2017 (depends on the previous weather condition, ask before reservation)
Date: 29-31 Jan, 12-14 Feb 2017
Thanks to Iiyama’s abundant snowfall, snow shoe activities can be enjoyed from mid December all the way until early April.
Date: 26 Jan – 01 Feb 2017
Celebrate Chinese New Year in the Kingdom of Happiness and seek blessings for the whole family.
Date: 28-30 Jan, 5-7 Feb, 5-7 Mar, 8-10 Apr, 10-17 Apr, 23-30 Apr, 25-27 Apr 3-5 Sep, 15-17 Oct, 5-7 Nov 2017
Come and experience Yamagata with X-Trekkers where the area is not crowded with tourist and you can experience the sights with activities such as trekking, soba noodle making, Japan Tea Ceremony with Kimono, fruits picking in summer and autumn, shrines visit and enjoy the hotspring. You can also have snow experience and activities such as snow shoe trekking & skiing during winter till spring time.
Date: 23 Jan-04 Feb, 03-11 Feb 2017
The Chadar walk isn’t called the ‘wildest trek in the world’ for nothing. It’s a primal trek on the Zanskar river, which is sheathed in ice each winter. We walk on ice, traverse across the gorge walls where the river thaws, and bed in caves that have been used by local travellers over centuries.