Himalayan Footsteps is proud to recognise our numerous industry, business, and conservation partners working to share and better their corners of the world. These companies and organisations are not only our partners, they are also our friends.
Himalayan Footsteps membership number 8435. The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is a membership association acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of the Asia Pacific travel and tourism industry.
Flights partner, Travel Consol specialises in worldwide flight arrangements, including a choice of over 150 airlines. Providing ATOL protection. ATOL 10078.
Helping with all the little holiday extras like airport parking, hotels, airport lounges, airport transfers and travel insurance.
The Travel Visa Company
A highly professional and dedicated team of Travel Visa specialists committed to providing an effective and efficient visa information and application service for Himalayan Footsteps travellers.
Tour Indemnity Insurance Specialists
Tour Indemnity are specialists in insurances for Tour Operators, able to arrange most commercial covers pertinent to the travel industry, ensuring that Himalayan Footsteps has full Public/Products Liability, Professional Indemnity, and Crisis Management insurances.
Travel Trust Association
Himalayan Footsteps membership number U5586. The Travel Trust Association exists in order to protect the customer with 100% financial protection and has been doing so for over 20 years.
Payments partner WorldPay provide our customers with fast and simple ways to pay. Over 20 years’ experience as the UK’s number 1 card payment processing provider.
Health, Safety, and Crisis Management Specialists tranquilico.com
SEO Travel is a specialist travel SEO agency which was set up by Tom McLoughlin. A passionate traveller, blogger and digital marketer, Tom decided to bring his skills together and launch the company to offer a higher quality of SEO service to travel companies.
Yeah Can is a a reputable and experienced web design studio. Yeah Can opened its doors in 2011 in Vietnam while the team was volunteering at a centre for disabled people. Reluctantly the team left Vietnam and settled in Berlin.
Travelers Against Plastic - TAP
TAP Campaign is an outreach initiative which aims to educate global travellers about the harmful impacts of plastic water bottles usage and encourage travellers to be prepared to clean their own drinking water.