Hi there! My name is Tanya. I am a traveler, photographer, and certified mountain climber. And here is my story.

For quite a long time I was building my career in the publishing business, working in the office five days a week.

But one day I decided to quit my office routine.

I bought a one-way ticket to Kathmandu.

And never regretted.

The first time I stayed in Nepal and India for nine months. Then I went back home to Moscow for two months and returned back. I traveled non-stop for three years in the Himalayas, India and all around Asia. Same time I've started to work with travel magazines as a photographer and writer, creating stories for National Geographic Russia, Conde Nast Traveller Russia, GQ Traveller, Asian Geographic, and Lonely Planet. In 2019 I applied for an Artist visa in Germany and it was approved. Since then I've been based in Berlin.

I've hiked all possible trails in the Himalayas - remote Mustang Kingdom, Nar Phu Valley, Tsum valley, Manaslu region, Langtang region, Everest region, including Gokio lake, Mardi Himal in Nepal; in Indian Himalayas, I've explored Zanskar region, Markha Valley; in Bhutan, I've hiked to remote Laya villages and hiked Druk Path trek.

Everywhere in the Himalayas, it feels calm and safe. These mountains became my source of power, my best teachers.

And now it is the time to share my passion.

I organize unique tours in the Himalayas and with the help of local guides, experts, and partners I navigate each trip as a very special, perfectly prepared experience. On each tour I accompany myself. The program of each travel experience includes a long-distance hike, chill time after trekking, and exploring time before trekking.

You will find more information about all the tours I create here.
A story about the concept of my travels published in Face The Current Magazine:
More publications about me:

It's Nice That
GQ Russia