We are an all-volunteer driven organization that excels in exploring The Great Himalayas, the Himalayan culture, its people and addresses the issues that one Himalayan Traveller would want to get educated on.
It was conceptualized in 2009 and this website was informally founded in 2015 by a small group of Himalayan youths, residing in different parts of the Himalayan Region. They believed that spreading knowledge was a noble means to keep the world informed about the Himalayas.
Himalayan Geographic’s important domains have always been volunteer works, teaching programmes, and exploration. We have a lot of contributors who have sourced and dedicated themselves to bring out powerful stories across the Himalayas.
All work featured is are pro-bono (unpaid).
It has a wide range of readers from across the world. We provide a platform to the budding photographers, documentary film-makers, writers, non-profit organization to show their work through us and also to inspire them to join the community and help the world understand the Himalayas way of life.
Respect the Himalayas
Keeping the Himalayas clean is not just our duty, but a necessity.
We always love to be in an environment that is clean and green. We all are advocates for a neat and clean pollution free environment, but how many of us do actually make an effort for it.
Ask yourself? Be the change that you want to see in others.