Born and raised in the Himalayas; I am the native citizen of this beautiful country, Nepal. Traveling has always been my passion as there is so much to learn about the indigenous history and culture of the destinations.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in creating unique experience and tailor made itineraries to the guests, provide them with in-depth knowledge of the country."
How did you get involved in travel?
""Travel is a never ending journey ". My passion in this field started in early age when me and my mother traveled to Darjeeling, India. I was too young to understand the meaning of travel but that was the early stage for me to know how traveling feels like. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"There are a lot of memories but one of the most mesmerizing memory that I have is the views of the Himalayas. Back in 2010, I did a short Annapurna circuit trek and i was astonished with the breath taking view of Annapurna range. The mountains glowed like it was gold plated when the sun hit its rays every morning. "
Featured trips & expertise
Although geographically compact, Nepal's mountainous terrain and bumpy roads make it feel like a much bigger country than it is. Add diverse cultures, terrain, and ecosystems to the mix and you could easily spend several weeks exploring the picturesque Himalayan nation. However, in as little as three days you can enjoy some of Nepal's highlights. To complete one of Nepal's famous treks you typically need about 2 weeks.
On this moderate seven-day trek just North of Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, get up close with the Tamang people while trekking amid green valleys and snow-capped mountains. The Tamang Heritage trail has the added benefit of providing sustainable economic benefit to the local community.
For travelers wanting an authentic Himalayan trekking experience with incredible views without the time (or stamina) required for a long trek, the Panchase trek is perfect. It starts close to the popular town of Pokhara, takes just four days, and can be done in autumn, winter, or spring.
The Langtang Valley has long been a favorite trek due to its expansive views, interesting Tamang culture, relatively gentle pace and accessibility from Kathmandu. The 2015 earthquake and subsequent landslide had an enormous effect on the region, but aid and reconstruction have recently reopened this valley to trekking again. Not only is it still a beautiful trek, your visit will also provide vital support for local livelihoods.