All our expeditions come with a difficulty rating called the “Expedition Grade” which will help you choose the expedition suited to your needs. None of our expeditions involve climbing mountains, so you don’t need to be a mountaineer. There is trekking involved and the level of difficulty of the trek is mentioned as per the Expedition grade guidelines.
Grade 1 (Easy): There will be minimal physical activity on the expedition, which might be a small trek to the village. These trips are perfect for those who are looking at really focusing on creating an impact without worrying about the adventure.
Grade 2 (Moderate): There will be some physical activity in these trips, which might be a couple of hours hike to the village or some biking. You Don’t need any physical preparation, just lots of heart to share with the communities.
Grade 3 (Challenging): looking for a mix of high adventure and impact, These are the trips for you. You might be hiking for a couple of days and also engage in some physical activities. A good level of fitness is required for these trips.
Grade 4 (Hard): Max out your adventure and impact experience with these trips. Crossing mountain passes at 15000+ feet and engaging in rafting on rivers, these are the trips for the adventure enthusiasts looking to create a meaningful journey.