You have found your way to our homepage because we share the same two passions – motorcycles and trekking. The name’s Explorers, Himalayan Explorers and we trek and ride India. We’re proud of our team, they’re a damn good one and they aren’t shaken or stirred by much. From ride captains to trek guides to mechanics to chefs and porters. They know their stuff. Come explore our team page and get to know us a little better. Once we’re acquainted, hop on board for the 2016 Himalayan Explorers extravaganza: pumpin’ it up in India!

Motorcycling Tours

Conquer the mountain passes of the Himalayas with us. Our spectacular rides leave nothing to be desired.

Trekking Tours

Step into the solitude and wonder of the Himalayas. Join us on one of our spectacular trekking expeditions and you'll never look back.

Service Learning

We host a variety of service learning programmes here in Dharamsala, India in conjunction with partners from the US and Canada. Every year groups of young people come to learn more about doing community service abroad and experience the local culture.


We call our blog The Chai Stop because over the course of many many treks and rides, and invariably over chai, you pick up a world of information and an ocean of stories. Here, we intend to share much of that with you...

More at Himalayan Explorers

Riding in India

Chandratal, what a ride! 14 Kms from Batal and 4300m ASL this was the highlight of our trip. We woke up early that morning in our hotel in Kaza as we were aiming to be on Kunzum Pass around noon. There were heavy clouds in that direction and none of us wanted to get caught in bad weather.

Riding to Spiti

Nako lake is high altitude lake in the Eastern most part of Himachal Pradesh. It is a beautiful little spot off the highway and a must see for riders going that way. We took a two day stop here just to photograph the place and to chill for a day. Being at 3700m, the lake is a good spot to stop to acclimatise .

Braiden Albrecht, Ride to pangi

Riding in Ladakh

My first ride was in May of 2013. I signed on to a route finding expedition with my great friends at Himalayan Explorers. Our plan was to explore Sach pass and the Great Himalayan National Park over two weeks.