We are excited to expand our programs to include alumni educational travel and feel we can provide an excellent experience for their friends & family.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
World Wide Trekking is excited to announce all new educational travel trips for 2015. In a partnership with Stanford University Travel Study, World Wide Trekking will send the first group of Alumni in October of 2015. World Wide Trekking founder and lead guide, Dean Cardinale, is currently in Nepal securing arrangements for next year's trip to Everest Base Camp, where climbers will trek to altitudes of up to 18,300'.
Founded in 2006, World Wide Trekking quickly found a niche market, catering to discerning clientele and specializing in luxury adventure travel. Part of World Wide Trekking's mission is giving back to the places their guests visit through the company's sister 501(c)(3) non-profit, the Human Outreach Project.
In Nepal, WWTrek currently runs its Signature Group Treks to Everest Base Camp in May and October, as well as Custom Private Adventures on Ama Dablam and Lobuche Peak. In 2013, WWTrek partnered with the University of Utah's Moran Eye Center to run cataract intervention surgeries at the Jiri Eye Camp in the Khumbu region of Nepal.
The company has recently expanded to cater to Alumni groups, while keeping its group size limited and paying attention to the standard of quality and customer service that the company is known for. WWTrek has plans to continue this growth, adding additional trips in 2016. For more information visit http://www.wwtrek.com or email info(at)wwtrek(dot)com