You need to be fit and healthy to undertake most treks.
Treks must along recognised routes and on an organised tour.
We do not provide cover for the cost of search and rescue, which is usually provided by the tour operator.
Under 6,000 metres - Worldwide on organised tour on recognised routes (not involving technical climbing) included without additional charge. Other terms and conditions included within the wording still apply.
Cover for trekking involving technical climbing or altitudes in excess of 6,000 metres is not included.
Easy: These treks are especially meant for the first timers as well as those travelling with children or seniors. You won't be walking more than 5-6 hours each day and the trails do not exceed 2000 Metres. in height.
Moderate: The trails on these treks do not exceed 4000 Metres. in height. Walk will be somewhere between 6-7 hours a day and can be undertaken if in good physical condition.
Demanding: Trips operating in remote areas and in altitude more than 5000 Metres. You need to be in very good shape and physically fit. You will have some really arduous days on the trail. Physical preparation beforehand is very necessary.
Strenuous - The most difficult treks, involving many long days, often in isolated areas and usually at extreme altitudes of up to 6,000metres. These treks might also include difficult pass crossings, use of ropes and require basic mountaineering skills and equipment. A high level of fitness and previous trekking experience is essential.