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Infinity Adventure November 2 to 10

* As soon as I hear from you, I’ll personally contact you to share more information that will get you over-the-top excited about the incredible time you’ll have on this adventure!

Yes, I’m interested in the Infinity adventure!

Dear Friend,

Would you like to join me on a spectacular, one-of-a-kind “bucket-list” adventure to my favorite place on earth?

Come spend 7 days adventuring with 12-14 people, trekking through the most magical region of the Himalayas in Nepal.

Not only will we be living a one-of-kind experience, seeing the most spectacular scenery (and special culture) in one of the best-kept secret locations in Nepal, I will also be sharing my entire wealth of knowledge about nutrition, exercise, and an array of little-known essentials for the truly healthy way of life.

You see, there is a little-known phenomenon that occurs in the Himalayas that is totally magical and makes it unlike any other place on earth. It refreshes your life-perspective, recharges your mental and spiritual batteries, and teaches you things about your life that words can’t. It’s the perfect environment for really focusing on your holistic health and well-being. Also the energy is really great in a small group like this; it’s a chance to really go deep in terms of a life-shift with other like-minded people.

Along with me and group will be two other guides and a team of porters to carry your belongings. This will provide the opportunity for you to enjoy the journey at a pace that’s suitable for you. (You will only carry your daypack with your daily water, snacks, and extra layers for any changes in weather).

During the 7 days in the mountains, our accommodations will be what we refer to as “tea houses.” They are simple but clean and provide comfortable rooms, running water, and a heated group commons area for dining and hanging out with your Infinity tribe.

Just imagine yourself waking up each day sunrise beaming over the Himalayas, followed by trekking through the most spectacular scenery (and special culture) in the world. Then relaxing at the end of the day with feet up to relish in the day’s experience and share stories with your fellow Infinity adventurers – with of course a cup of hot Infinity Chai in hand.

For living the life of becoming your greatest (and living your longest), adventure in the great outdoors is a vital part! The simple fact is, what it does for the mind and body is unlike anything else making it utterly invaluable. So the question is, are you ready for the experience of a lifetime?

Just contact me by submitting your info if you’re interested. As soon as I hear from you, I’ll personally contact you to share more information that will get you over the top excited about the incredible time you’ll have on this adventure!

– General Info –

Rate –

The all-inclusive cost of this 8 day program is $2700. A 50% deposit is due at the time of making your reservation.

What’s included in the trip cost –

Costs included are airport pickup, all food and lodging, and other transportation within Nepal.

What’s not included –

Airfare to Nepal, travel visa, optional travel insurance, and bottled drinks other than provided water and tea. There is no alcohol on Infinity adventures.

Level of physical activity –

The trek will include hiking between three to seven hours per day with elevation changes of up to 3,000 feet. Naturally, days with more elevation gain will include a shorter distance. At least a moderate level of physical fitness is necessary.

Preparation –

Maintaining a cardio exercise regiment before your trip is important. If you have any unhealthy eating and drinking habits such as processed sugar, diet soda, and alcohol, I strongly recommend that you abstain from them for at least two weeks!

Enabling you to walk at your own pace –

Along with myself, there will be two other guides plus a team of porters that will provide the opportunity for you to hike at a pace that’s suitable for you without hiking alone. Also you can always pair up with someone else in our group.

Porters will carry your belongings –

Thanks to a team of porters, the majority of your belongings will be carried for you. You will only carry your daypack with water, snacks, and extra layers in order to be prepared for any changes in weather.

Who will I be on this adventure with?

Travel will be with twelve other Infinity adventurers, like you. You will also be with three guides, including myself, as well as a team of porters who will be carrying your belongings.

Accommodations –

During the 7 days in the mountains, our accommodations will be what we refer to as “tea houses.” They are simple but clean and provide comfortable rooms, running water, and a heated group commons area for dining and hanging out with your Infinity tribe. You’ll be sharing a bedroom with one of your new friends.

Food –

The majority of your diet will be the local and traditional Nepali food. Although the diet is simple, the food is pure and nutritious, and you will be able to eat as much as you need. Tea and water is also provided. And of course you will have access to the superior Infinity Superfoods including Infinity Bars, Infinity nuts and seeds, Infinity Greens, Infinity-C, Infinity Protein, and more!

Climate –

November is the prime season for weather in the Himalayas. Temperatures will vary as much as 70’s by day and 20’s by night.

What do I need to bring?

  • Waterproof jacket and pants
  • Warm layers (wool is my preferred choice)
  • Light-weight layers for warm days
  • Warm down jacket (one can be lended for no charge)
  • Heavy duty hiking boots with aggressive sole that are well-broken in and comfortable.
  • Wool socks
  • Warm hat
  • Hat for sun protection
  • Gloves or mittens
  • Zero degree down sleeping bag (one can be lended for no charge)
  • Lightweight therma-rest sleeping pad (can also be lended)
  • Daypack for carrying daily water, snacks, and extra layers.
  • water bottles for carrying two liters per day.
  • Sunglasses and sunblock.
  • Headlamp
  • Light journal and pen
  • Trekking poles are optional

Can I bring my cell phone?

Yes, but there will be no cell service during the six days we will be deeper in the mountains.

What if I wish to extend my trip?

If you’d like to extend your trip I can get you connected with a reputable travel agent who I have worked with personally.

Itinerary for trekking in the Mardi Himal region –

Trekking for one week through the remote mountains of the Mardi Himal region will provide a one-of-kind experience since it’s one of the best kept secrets of the Himalayas.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu. Welcome to Nepal! Upon your arrival at the airport, we’ll be there to greet you! (Highlights of the day: Trip orientation and getting to know your new friends with who you’ll be taking this grand adventure.

Day 2: Fly to Pokhara and Trek to Pothana. (1970m / 5 hours.)

Early morning breakfast and transfer to the airport for Pokhara flight. Pothana is the destination set for the day. Hiking through the jungle, passing several small villages takes us to the beautiful Gurung village, Dhampus. (Highlights of the day: Spectacular view of the Annapurna Mountain range and Machhapuchhre, a number of beautiful Gurung settlements in the countryside.)

Day 3: Pothana to Forest Camp. (2550m / 7 hours.)

The Forest Camp is the destination set for the day. From Pothana, the upward hike continues to Deurali. Upon reaching Deurali, we leave the circuit trail and catch an off-the-beaten trail that heads east with views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna massif and some wildlife en route to the Forest Camp. (Highlights of the day: Magnificent views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges.)

Day 4: Forest Camp to High Camp. (4100m / 6 hours.)

We pass Manjh Danda and Nangge Danda to reach high camp. The top greets you with the most spectacular view of Machhapuchhre, the Annapurna Range, the valley of Annapurna Base Camp, and Mardi Himal. (Highlights of the day: Dense forest of Rhododendron and Juniper, splendid views of Machhapuchhre, the Annapurna Range, the valley of Annapurna Base Camp and Mardi Himal.)

Day 5: High Camp, trek to Base Camp. (3200m / 5 hours.) From High Camp, we ascend for about 4 hours to reach the base camp of the Mardi Himal. After enjoying the views from the base camp, we walk back to the High Camp. (Highlights of the day: The spectacular sunrise view from the High Camp, view of the great ice fields and the blue glaciers of the Sanctuary wall, the stunning snowbound giants Dhaulagiri, and Ganesh Himal.)

Day 6: High Camp to Siding Village. (1280m / 7 hours.)

Siding Village is the destination set for the day. From the High Camp crossing the Nangge Danda, a steep descent brings us back to the Low Camp. From the Low Camp, we head towards the Mardi Khola River through dense forest to Sidhing. (Highlights of the day: Dense forest, friendly little settlements, lovely fields and the experience of pristine Nepali countryside.)

Day 7: Siding Village to Pokhara. (850m / 2.5 hours trek and 1 hour drive.)

Pokhara is the destination set for the day. Leaving Sidhing, we now hike down following the line of the river valley, passing various small settlements of Gurung and Tamang until we reach Lumre. At Lumre, we drive to Pokhara in one hour. The evening can be spent exploring the lake area. (Highlights of the day: charming settlements of Tamang and Gurung people, attractions of Lakeside in Pokhara.)

Day 8: Fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu.

Today we fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu, which leaves you enough time to spend your day in Kathmandu. In the evening we meet for the farewell dinner and sharing stories of our amazing adventure. (Highlights of the day: 25-30 minutes scenic flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu, and a farewell dinner in Kathmandu.)

Last but not least, your safety is my number one priority!

I am excited that we will be trekking through some of the most spectacular terrain in the world. This region that is rich with Nepali culture is also famed for being very special with the friendliness and hospitality of the small villages where we will be spending the night. The terrain is ‘hiker friendly’ as we will be following a well-travelled route used for hundreds of years. While I am confident that I will provide you a safe experience, I’d like for you to know that both myself and the guides have medical training.

Now the big question is, ‘are you in?’







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