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Amita Daibagya

My passion to know more about Touristic and hilly regions lured me to join Thamserku 7 years ago. This gave me an opportunity to widen my knowledge about the tourism and to serve like-minded clients with the best guides available in Thamserku and also with the best services to satisfy the clients need.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"We are specialized in providing trekking service all around Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan. Our company also owns a comfort lodges in Everest and Annapurna Region to those clients who prefers travelling but would love to be in comfort zone. "

How did you get involved in travel?

"7 years ago with the dreams to travel and to know more about hilly and touristic region brought me into the Travel and tourism industry. After being involved in this industry I have been able to know more in depth knowledge about the places that I had always been interested in. "

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"I had an unforgettable experience during my trip to Trishuli River Rafting in 2011. We as a group was rafting and the boat I was in just went upside down, but lucky the rafting crew member and the entire team was so helpful to support me and my member to come out of it. Thanks to the Rafting company. "

Amita is part of the following groups: Nepal Travel Agents
Kathmandu's famous Boudhanath Stupa
5 Days in Nepal - 6 Unique Itinerary Ideas

Nepal ranges from very high mountains to jungle-filled plains—which means that, despite being a geographically small country, hopping quickly around the country can be a challenge. With five days, you’ll have time to see the cultural highlights of Kathmandu and Pokhara, or get a taste of the adventures Nepal is famous for with short treks and whitewater rafting. You can even visit Everest Base Camp (if you don't mind taking a helicopter to get there!).

The city of Pokhara along Phewa Lake
Getting from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Pokhara may not seem far from Kathmandu (the cities are only 126 miles / 204 km apart), but the Nepali terrain and road quality make for a very long drive. That's why many travelers opt to fly. Here are your options for traveling between the two cities, either by air or road.

High-altitude camp on Mera Peak
Climb Mera Peak: Nepal's Highest Trekking Peak - 23 Days

Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, and an ascent of the 6,476 m/21,246 feet mountain is just one of the highlights of this amazing expedition: trek and camp through some truly wild and remote valleys and enjoy the colors of native Rhododendron forests and other spectacular mountain scenery.

The epic Dhaulagiri
Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek - 21 Days

The Dhaulagiri Circuit trek is challenging, and a real adventure for experienced trekkers who are looking for an expedition-like experience. From farming villages in the Himalayan foothills to high alpine pastures, uninhabited valleys and close-up views of several peaks over 8,000 m, this circuit trek is breathtaking and exciting at every stage.

Namche Bazaar, the largest village in the Solu Khumbu
Best Short Treks in the Everest Region

With snow-capped peaks and fabled Sherpa culture, the Everest region is famous for some of the best trekking in Nepal. If you don’t have the minimum 12 days it takes to do the Everest Base Camp trek, however, here are a few great shorter treks to choose from.

Recent trip reviews for Amita

Trip to Nepal · Nepal - Mar 20 - Mar 27, 2018

Traveler: Karin G. - Local specialist: Amita Daibagya

The local team did a great job taking care of us and helping with all our needs! This went beyond the organized part of the tour (buying trekking shoes our organizing transport out of Kathmandu) and we could always count on them

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Amita Daibagya, local specialist, responded to this review:

Thank you Karin for your comment and we hope to serve you in future as well. Enjoy your upcoming trip to India. Take Care and have fun.