Although precautions are taken to provide a safe and enjoyable experience, there can be no guarantee of absolute safety against injury and accident. There are significant elements of risk in any trip and specially with adventure activity associated with the outdoors or wilderness including camping, hiking, rock climbing, abseiling, rafting, kayaking, and the use of related equipment.
Vaccination requirements for India change frequently. We therefore suggest you to consult your doctor prior to the beginning of your trip. We recommend protection against malaria, tetanus, typhoid, hepatitis.
In case of a serious sickness - which we believe will not happen - we will ensure you are transferred to the nearest hospital and/or physician. However, the medical expenses incurred has to be borne by the insurance.
Travel Insurance & Health Insurance is not optional.
It is the responsibility of each guest to ensure their medical travel insurance covers all potential expenses incurred should medical assistance and/or evacuation is required.
We strongly recommend that all our guests take out a comprehensive travel insurance for the length of their trip; this should cover cancellations, medical expenses, evacuation and emergency repatriation, as well as any additional expenses incurred due to unforeseen circumstances.
Actually you will be safer on your trek in the Indian Himalayas than on the roads of many parts of the world, but insurance does not cost much and is a worthwhile precaution. Coverage should include air flights, including charters.