the Crazy Us!

    Himalayas, Beyond the Usual

    Our goal is very simple; to help you have an unforgettable experience every single time you travel to the Himalayas.
    And yes, we’re a small group. Small enough to take real pride in every little job we do, yet inspired and agile enough to successfully take on any project of whatever size!

    Over the years, we noticed, along the way in travel industry, ‘industry’ grew leaps and bounds but left ‘travel’ behind. We’re not some big volume trip seller who’ll sell anything for the sake of selling, no!
    We’ve grown here, we love it here. And we want to show you why we do! It’s our obsession is to create beautiful and meaningful memories whenever you travel to our ‘homeland’. We want to make a name, not in the industry, but in your hearts, in your memories, which will last with you, forever.
    And just not that, apart from the guaranteed best possible experience for you, we make sure that your travel actually benefits the local community. We go as local as we can. We believe that tourism can and shall be used as a tool to sustain local lifestyle. We envision our coming generations connecting in an even better way.

    Besides all, trust us on this, Himalayas are not, in no way, 1,089,133 kmof dull, alike, monotonous PEAKS. It’s CRAZY out here!
    Truly, Sane is Boring.


    As tourism becomes a truly global industry, we recognize our obligation to operate our tours in a responsible and sustainable fashion. We view this not only as an environmental issue but an economic and social one as well.

    At Crazy Peaks, we strongly believe in three simple guiding principles for the way we want travel to go –

    • We realize that every destination is someone else’s home, or nature’s
    • We should leave places as we found them, or better
    • We should ensure that communities benefit from our visit, or wildlife not harmed

    Tourism is one of the most important and largest industries on the planet. It employs more people worldwide than any other, with millions of families relying on tourism for their daily needs.

    The following are the key points in our philosophy:

    • Small groups have less impact on local communities and environments.
    • Where possible we believe in putting money directly into the communities we visit by using locally owned and run accommodation and eating locally produced food.
    • We are careful to ensure that local staff and operators receive a fair rate for their services.
    • We strive to ensure that our practices do not impact environment in negative manner.
    • We provide our clients with advice and guidelines on responsible travel.