Adventure Travel Ratings: Ibex Expeditions - National Geographic Adventure Magazine

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Overall Score
93.80

Rating Criteria Scores

Overall93.80
Quality of Service91.50
Sustainability94.00
Spirit of Adventure95.50
Education93.00
Client Satisfaction95.00
Price$$

Outfitter's Primary Activity

  • Do-It-All

Outfitter's Other Activities

  • Nature and Wildlife
  • Biking/Cycling
  • Cultural Encounters
  • Diving/Snorkeling
  • Exploratory Trips
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Luxury Adventures
  • Mountaineering/Climbing
  • Photography Adventures
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Voluntourism
  • Horseback Riding

Ibex Expeditions

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Founder Mandip Singh Soin's adventures have spanned the globe, from trekking in Sri Lanka to mountaineering first ascents in the Himalaya to studying tribal issues in the Andaman Islands. But his homeland of India is his primary stomping ground, and it's where Ibex leads all its trips. Virtually every adventure sport is represented in the company's trip catalogue: whitewater rafting the Zanskar River, mountain biking from Delhi to Kathmandu, downhill skiing in the Garwhal Himalaya, climbing 22,651-foot Mount Thalay Sagar, to name a few. It also offers softer options like archaeological excursions, culinary tours, and spa and aryuveda trips.

New in 2009

  • Name:Classic Pick: Trekking up the Frozen Zanskar River
  • Destination:India
  • Duration:14 days
  • Price:$TBD

Website

www.ibexexpeditions.com

Countries Visited

  • Asia:Bhutan, China, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal
Photograph courtesy of Ibex Expeditions
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