My love for travel got me into photography. My dad was from Argentina. My family and I would travel there a lot when I was little. I always had a camera in my hand and a story to tell. I was an only child. I would use my camera, even as a young kid, to break the ice and get to know people.Read More
Pictured here is my beautiful friend May, whom I met by chance on a spontaneous nationwide women's rock climbing meetup in Alabama with the Ladies Climbing Coalition. When May learned that I was undertaking the Everest Base Camp tours with Driftwood Adventures, she eagerly jumped at the opportunity to join us.Read More
Women travelling in groups is an unique experience in itself. They bring their nurturing qualities and bond well with the surroundings and people. Try exploring the beautiful landscape of Nepal in a women only trekking expedition.Read More
Traveling with a boutique company can have its share of highs. We create personalized trips for you to know the guides, their cuisine, culture & families. So, apart from enjoying the beautiful trail, you also make friends for a lifetime.Read More
As an adventure seeker, I started Driftwood Adventures for people to experience something more. We offer an immersive experience of sighting the majestic Himalayas, enjoying Nepalese food etc by conducting adventure trekking tours in Nepal.Read More
The queries of people willing to take adventure trekking tours in Nepal related to Gokyo lake trekking, sickness, insurance, acclimatization, load carrying capacity, safety, tea houses, vaccines and food are answered in the section.Read More
I signed up for a trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) with Driftwood Adventure Treks in April 2018.
It was both the best and most fulfilling thing I have done in my life. Fulfilling because Bri, founder of Driftwood Adventures makes sure that you not only get to see the amazing beauty of the Himalayas, but also fully experience the spirit of Nepalese people and their way of life, which is wildly different from the Western culture. She also provides many opportunities to give back by visiting schools and bringing badly needed (donated) solar lanterns for villagers who do not even have running water or electricity.
The sparkling, pristine blue and green waters of the Gokyo Lakes are one of Nepal’s most memorable sights nestled in a country where a simple “Hello” rings sweet with the vibration of "Namaste" - a humbling greeting of respect, good will, and reverence for humanity.Read More