Please note that you are using a browser that is no longer supported. Please consider viewing this website on another browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Skip to main content

Welcome to the view from the top of the world...

Like us

Follow us

Articles

Ama Dablam Blog

Ama Dablam Blog

Mountain Kingdoms welcomes client Vaughan Sydenham as guest blogger. Vaughan will be blogging about his forthcoming Mountain Kingdoms trek to Ama Dablam Base Camp (Oct 2012) in the Nepal's Everest region... Read more

Holidays in Burma: Meet the Lisu

Holidays in Burma: Meet the Lisu

If you’re heading to the Burmese Himalaya on our Mount Phongun Trek, there’s a lot to look forward to – the lush jungles full of wonderful flora and fauna, the sense of treading where few other travellers have gone... Read more

Everest Base Camp Trekking Record Set by 7-Year-Old Boy

Everest Base Camp Trekking Record Set by 7-Year-Old Boy

Heading out on an Everest Base Camp trekking adventure is a big challenge for many, but a rewarding one too, as seven-year-old Aryan Balaji found out recently. After a two-month training period and a strenuous trek,... Read more

Everest Base Camp: Trek Target… or Marathon Starting Line?

Everest Base Camp: Trek Target… or Marathon Starting Line?

Just a few weeks ago, as seasoned climbers and first-timers alike were completing their successful attempts at an Everest Base Camp trek, another group of adventurous spirits were going in the opposite direction... Read more

An Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism

An Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism

One of the joys of Everest Base Camp trekking is the chance to get to know Sherpa culture, their hospitality, traditions and – if you’re lucky enough to be making your trek at the right time of year – their festivals.... Read more

Born to Climb: the Himalayan Tahr

Born to Climb: the Himalayan Tahr

Tenacious, sure-footed and rugged – no, it’s not a seasoned mountaineer embarking on an Everest Base Camp trek; it’s the Himalayan tahr, a large goat-like creature that makes its home on the mountain slopes of the... Read more

Gems of Burma – Inle Lake

By Jude Limburn - 12th June 2012
in Southeast Asia, Southeast Asia

Gems of Burma – Inle Lake

While holidays to Burma bring a wealth of new experiences and jaw-dropping sights, Inle Lake often stands out to travellers as a place like no other – almost a world unto itself. Home to the Intha people, it has a... Read more

What to do in Mandalay

What to do in Mandalay

Mandalay: a city where the charm of bygone days is preserved alongside the colourful modern bustle. There’s so much to do here that travellers who visit on their holidays in Burma are spoiled for choice, especially if you've... Read more

Where Can I Take The Best Everest Photos?

Where Can I Take The Best Everest Photos?

One question that we hear from those embarking on a Himalayan trek to Everest Base Camp or the summit itself is: “where do I get the best photos of Everest and its surroundings?” There isn’t one definitive answer, but for... Read more

Wounded Servicemen Take on Everest in Charity Climb

Wounded Servicemen Take on Everest in Charity Climb

This spring, as hopeful climbers embark on Everest Base Camp trekking routes to prepare themselves for attempts on the summit, one group in particular is making the headlines. The Walking with the... Read more

Back to top