Welcome to Whistling Arrow
Our aim is straightforward: to create an imaginative portfolio of truly extraordinary adventures. All personally designed and managed, our annual trekking expeditions are defined by a never-ending quest to unearth new and intrepid travel experiences here in Asia; home to the world’s most diverse continent.
On our travels, we are also passionate about sourcing distinctive Asian ethnographic art and artefacts: discriminating, collectible pieces that are rooted in age-old artisanal traditions and central to the identity, place and belonging of those that made them, both past and present. Currently, we are showcasing our unique collection of hand-knotted Tibetan rugs in our online store.
We also continue to develop our Asian pre-production and production services for factual, documentary and wildlife filmmakers in the region and are seeking professional collaboration to further develop two conceptual projects in China and beyond. So, please delve into our site and get in touch with any questions you may have. We are always happy to hear from you.
Upcoming Asia Treks
Our scheduled, small group treks are open to everyone to join and displayed in chronological order below. We understand though, that our fixed departure dates may not always work. So, for pre-arranged groups of at least four people, we are happy to try and re-create any expedition to suit alternative dates.
We also design custom, private trips for intrepid famililes and those of you with special interests in the region such as flower-hunting, photography and esoteric Tibetan tantric festivals.
You Just Have To Go For It Sometimes
Ignore the little voice in your head that can list a a dozen reasons why you can't go.
If you choose to not go often enough, eventually you'll wonder where all the time went.
You'll Be In Good, Safe Hands
Our groups are typically both diverse and international, often starting out as a collection of slightly nervy newcomers united by a collective spirit of discovery and adventure. And yet, without fail, they finish a close-knit and happy bunch: the result of shared challenges and unique experiences.
Our Trip Archive In 60 Seconds
Last But Not Least: Our Tibetan Wool Rugs
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