In 2013, Manoj Vora, M.D. became the first lifelong vegetarian to reach the top of the world. On May 22, 2013, he completed his 10 year quest of climbing to the top of the highest mountain on each of Earth’s 7 continents. His expeditions have taken him to some of the most remote places on Earth, from the Andes Mountains to the Antarctic ice, from the Alaska Range to the Himalayas.
In 2014, Manoj became the first person in the world to have completed both, the 7 Summits and a 3,700 mile bicycle ride across the width of U.S.A.
From an early age, Manoj was intrigued by the mysterious high mountains of the Himalayas. His photographs and video journals of these rugged places are awe-inspiring. He is a powerful and passionate storyteller. Manoj has been blessed with a lot of luck as an adventurer as well as the special knowledge of a medical doctor.
When not on an expedition to a remote corner of the globe, Manoj practices Internal Medicine, specializing in taking care of medical problems in adults such as Diabetes, Cardiovascular disease and Hypertension.
Physician adventurer Manoj Vora takes us on an inspiring journey to remote regions of our world. He shares the excitement of climbing and adventure. He makes a case for stepping out of the comfort zone to explore our own inner world.
Manoj has shown the world the power of “Big Dreams”. He has realized his own “Big Dreams” with hard work, dedication and razor-sharp focus. His dream now is to share his story with the younger generation to inspire them to pursue their own “Big Dreams” and make them come true.