Weavers’ Trail, Bhutan - New departure
Our unique holiday in Bhutan has proved so popular that we’ve now added a second departure this October.
Led by renowned textiles expert, Sue Lawty, this specialist 18-day walking holiday takes walks to visits artisan weavers in their homes, spends time in the important textile centers of the kingdom and attends a festival
New Departures – Silk Road to Samarkand and Mountains of Lofoten, Norway
Due to demand we are adding new departures of two of our most popular group holidays in Uzbekistan and Norway.
New Water-to-Go Reusable Bottle Campaign
Here at Mountain Kingdoms we have teamed up with the revolutionary company, Water-to-Go, which has developed a multi-use drinking bottle with a filtration system that eliminates over 99.9% of all microbiological contaminants including viruses, bacteria, chemicals and heavy metals from any non-salt water source. A filter will typically filter 200 litres or last for approximately for three months of daily use. Any drinking source can be used from a tap in a hotel bathroom, to a stream or even a puddle!
Responsible Tourism Update
2018 saw a continuing commitment by Mountain Kingdoms to responsible and sustainable tourism with the ongoing support of many charities and projects around the world as well as the exciting launch of our Water-to-Go reusable bottle campaign.
Meet Sue Lawty in London
Renowned fine artist and Mountain Kingdoms leader, Sue Lawty, will be exhibiting her work at the Paper Mill Studios in Islington this coming weekend.
Our thoughts are with the people of Sri Lanka
We are deeply saddened by the news of the terror attacks that took place in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Our thoughts and sympathies are with the people of Sri Lanka and the friends and families of those impacted.
Lunana Snowman Trek – guaranteed to run
Our epic Lunana Snowman Trek in Bhutan is guaranteed to run this September and places are still available if you want to take the ultimate trekking challenge.
Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner at Wilderness Lectures in Bristol
The audience at last night’s Wilderness Lecture in Bristol were treated to a very special evening when Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner delivered the annual ‘Ginette Harrison Memorial Lecture’.
A fascinating evening with Sir Chris Bonnington
Mountaineering legend, Chris Bonnington, appeared in front of a packed audience in Bristol last night as one of this year’s star Wilderness Lecture speakers.
Return to Kilimanjaro – the Big Red Nose Climb 2019
In 2009 a group of celebrities led by Gary Barlow climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and raised an incredible £3.5 million for Comic Relief. A decade later and the big Red Nose Climb is on again.
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