Custom Adventure Travel tours to Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan

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Locations we specialize in.

  • Traditional Bhuddhist culture: Monasteries & religious festivals
  • Across the Tibetan plateau: Lhasa to Kathmandu
  • Nomadic cultures
  • Rare and endanger wildlife
  • Historic stories: Younghusband, Mallory and Irvine, David Alexandra Neel
  • Contempory Tibetan culture: A culture undergoing massive change
  • Remote and wild rivers and mountains

Essential Tibet Information

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  • From exotic jungle to the high alpine
  • Mt Everest & the Sherpa people
  • The youngest democracy in the world
  • A quirky pro-mao movement

Essential Nepal Information

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  • Gross National Happiness!
  • Incredibly preserved monasteries and ancient forts
  • Time your production to coincide with religious festivals

Essential Bhutan Information

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  • From Pandas to the Great Wall
  • The Olympics to the Yangtse
  • Old meets new as modern China develops

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The success of filming productions in remote and challanging location relies on two key components: The best local connections and experienced, professional crew.

Five years living and working in Tibet and working in Bhutan and Nepal has given us the local knowledge and connections to open difficult doors to filming permission and the ability to really get deep into local stories and narratives. We know how to facilitate restricted area permits in Bhutan, we know which government department to get film permits for Mustang in Nepal. We've shot documentaries in Tibet and are passionate about telling stories.

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Meet some of our network of production professionals


Scott Welsh is a filmmaker, director and cinematographer from Northern NSW Australia. Scott has collaborated as a director and cameraman, with Discovery Channel, BBC, BBC-World, National Geographic, CH4, and a wide portfolio of international production companies, including Pilot Productions. A strong interest in ethnographic filmmaking led him to team up with Pilot and work with Globe Trekker presenter Ian Wright. Pilot's innovative and award-winning factual programming has satisfied Scott's passion for adventure travel, culture and trekking for almost 20 years now.

Over the past decade, he has travelled the world filming a diverse range of subject matter from oceanographic, environmental, and social-observational, to commercial and feature-based material. As a director, he thrives on environmental and technical challenges filming everything from 16mm to HD, to cityscapes and wilderness, often in the most extreme climatic conditions. In 2006 Scott directed the shoot for Discovery Channel's "Expedition Bhutan", fell in love with the country and is planning to return to Bhutan as soon as possible.

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Sharyn Jones spent 5 summers living and working in Tibet, but on return to the "real" world she works as a film editor and graphic designer. Sharyn has experience editing on both AVID and Final Cut Pro systems, and is highly competent with DVD Studio Pro, Adobe After Effects and compressing video for web delivery.  She has worked on a range of feature films including "Paycheck", "I Spy", "Catwoman", and "Eight Below".  She also co-produced and edited the award winning documentary "Kayaks on the Roof of the World" (the story of the first Tibetan kayakers) shot on location in Tibet. She is also an instructor with Serac Adventure Film School which operates adventure film schools in remote locations all over the world.