Reviews by Indiahikes Trekkers

We’ve got over 2,431 reviews left by our community of trekkers.

There are countless reasons why Indiahikes attracts over 7,500 trekkers each year. Here are a few reviews by a few of them who chose us to deliver a safe, exciting and truly unforgettable hiking experience that they’ll boast about for years to come:

Hampta pass trek was beautiful and what makes it worth enjoyable is how indiahikes organizes everything. It is commendable. There are few patches in every trek where the trekkers normally get scared to cross or they come to a point of giving up..but great thanks to the trek leaders who keep motivating and are always there to help you..great thanks to your team 🙂

The food and hospitality came as a pleasant surprise. It motivated us and made our time all the more pleasurable. I certainly didn’t expect us to be having jamoons or samosas at 12,000 ft!

I loved the Nag Tibba trek! It was indeed a fairly easy trek as outlined by the Indiahikes and I think with experience, you guys have managed to plan it properly. Its a good trek for someone who wants to experience trekking.

It was incredible. This is the first trek I’ve been to and I can’t see how anything was off from the organization. We had a wonderful trek leader SJ, who guided us through all processes of trekking. Also the guides were very helpful and nice. Tents were so good and so were the sleeping bags. Hampta pass in itself was a beautiful place to be and one couldn’t hope for better. The idea of eco bags is really brilliant too. Truly appreciate the organization on the whole. Big fan. Will be back!

It was a beautiful visual experience without being physically taxing. Incredible, soul-stirring views.

It’s a beginner’s paradise. Being my first ever high altitude trek, it turned out to be a perfect mix of difficult and easy trails. The best part about Hampta is that it has everything starting from crossing rivers to climbing snow walls. Everything about this trek is perfectly balanced apart from just one i.e. beauty. It’s too much to absorb