I am from the foot of Phulchowki, the highest hill of Kathmandu valley. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Travel & Tourism Management, and now work with Himalayan Namobuddha. My role is to promote local trips around Kathmandu, and I also provide trekking tours around Nepal.
Every day is a learning day that’s what I have learned from travels and I just love talking about culture history and nature.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Everything Nepal! Hiking, off-the-beaten-path trekking, biking, cultural visits and much more, depending on the traveler's trip duration and interest. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I was born and raised in the tourism hub of Patan, where I was initially introduced to travel. My love for travel and tourism only ran deeper after earning my Travel & Tourism Management degree. During my studies, I had the opportunity to intern in various institutes affiliated with tourism. After, I worked in a travel company for more than a decade."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I will never forget the first time I visited Swayambhunath (know as the 'monkey temple of Kathmandu'). It was so peaceful and I was just speechless. Especially those blowing prayers flag (locally know as Lung ta). That was really charismatic."
Featured trips & expertise
The Kathmandu and Pokhara valleys provide the perfect balance of Nepal's cultural and natural highlights. You'll start with Kathmandu's main cultural attractions before going overland to Pokhara, stopping en route at Bandipur, one of Nepal's most picturesque villages. After exploring Pokhara, you'll have additional time in Kathmandu to relax and sightsee before your flight home.
The Three Passes trek is the ultimate Everest experience. This route takes in all the highlights—both in terms of mountain views and local Sherpa culture—and combines them into a complete journey through the Everest region. Keep in mind, this trek is one of the most challenging teahouse treks in Nepal.