Born and raised in Kathmandu this city has always been my home. I love to go travelling, trekking and do some adventurous activities which gives me comfort literally I guess travelling is in my vein.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We are specialized in providing a trip of all places in Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. Besides that, we provide a luxury tour and trek."
How did you get involved in travel?
"When I passed higher secondary education, I and my friend used to travel to different places on vacation in Nepal. Travelling to many areas, I admire different kinds of people, their culture, lifestyle, food which attract me to involved in tourism. Then I join my higher education in tourism and started working here since 1 Year."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"In 2017, we go for a trek to Langtang. The Langtang valley is rebuilt very beautifully after the devastating earthquake that wiped the whole valley. Climbing up to Tsergo Ri is tough and very hard. Footsteps become slow and finally when we reached the panoramic view is astonishing and it makes me speechless and we just said Wooooow! really no words to describe for it."
Featured trips & expertise
With the arrival of monsoon season in Nepal, visitor numbers thin out considerably in June. But there are still a number of cultural and trekking activities you can enjoy in this warmer month, if you know where to look.
Embark on special yoga spirit trek in the Annapurna foothills of Nepal's sacred Himalayan Mountains. Led by an experienced international yoga instructor, this trek focuses on energizing yoga, meditation, and breathing to revitalize your inner self. With overnight stays in luxury Ker & Downey Lodges, this trip is an ideal introduction to trekking in Nepal.
Humla is a remote region of Western Nepal, and this trip takes you trekking through its river valleys and high peaks, with homestays in traditional Buddhist villages along the way. After your memorable trekking adventures, experience a change of pace in Bardia National Park, where you'll spend your time spotting native wildlife species, before ending your trip in bustling Kathmandu.
Although small in land area, Nepal is an extremely diverse country in terms of culture and landscape. In seven days you can scratch the surface, see many beautiful sights and have a lot of fun. Ancient culture in Kathmandu, trekking trails through the forests and hills, white-water rafting on the Trisuli River, wildlife spotting in Chitwan National Park, beautiful lakes and mountain views in Pokhara — you may not be able to do it all in a week, but you can have a go!
Nepal is mountains, jungles, rivers, and ancient culture. This diversity means that you could spend a lifetime exploring the small Himalayan nation, but if you only have five days, you can get a taste for some of its best sites and experiences. From white-water rafting to chilling out beside a lake, here are some ideas for where to go and what to do with five days in Nepal.
Recent trip reviews for Bishal
Annapurna yoga & luxury trek - 11 days, Nepal - May 9 - May 28, 2019
I can whole heartededly recommend working with Bishal and with the guide Sanu. The choice to use an agency wasn't one I came easily to. Historically, I've always thought it was better to do everything on your own, but in this case I've learned I couldn't be more mistaken. I was extraordinarily busy leading up to the trip and the choice to work with Bishal to ensure all the details were arranged was great. Throughout the trip I realised how grateful I was that I could trust every thing was... read more
Trip to nepal, Nepal - Apr 9 - Apr 15, 2019
We found the trip really well organised and the KimKim team very helpful and adaptable if we needed something changing. The scenery was stunning and the accommodation was always comfortable. We received full board throughout and this was always of a great standard. Our guide was knowledgeable and ensured our safety throughout the trip, however we did encounter language barriers when we needed to know certain things, and found that he wasn’t always giving us local knowledge when other guides... read more