"Start each day with the grateful heart and a good itinerary". Traveling has great educational value and is also a source of great pleasure. I was born and raised in the Himalayan region of Nepal. I've always valued and admired the mountains, rivers, and all the beauties that it offers us.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Trekking, Mountaineering, Heli Tours, Sightseeing Tours, Group departure Treks, Custom-made trips, Treks in Bhutan and Tibet."
How did you get involved in travel?
"Since I was a child I used to go on hiking with my father. He used to take me and my brother with him every weekend. We used to pack our own lunch box in our bag pack and climb up the hills. It was natural for me to increase my passion for traveling. As I got older I started traveling as a Sherpa whenever I got a chance. That's how I got myself in to travel."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My unique travel experience was the trek to Khopra Danda which I have done with a group of 6 travelers from different countries. Reaching Khopra Danda itself was tough but the highlight of the Khopra Danda Trek was the day we hiked to Kaire Lake, at 4660m. We set off before dawn and returned as the sun was setting. It was a truly humbling experience to climb over 1,000 meters amongst some of the biggest mountains in the world. To reach Kaire Lake, a holy place for both Hindu and Buddhist, was not only exhilarating but also calming.
Out of all the people who stayed at Khopra Lodge, we were the only group to make it, It was a great feeling, everyone was crying including me. "Tears of joy". This was one of the best moments of my life which I have no words to describe."
Featured trips & expertise
December isn't peak season in Nepal—but with clear, sunny skies and mild temperatures in many places, perhaps it should be. If you've been considering coming to Nepal at the start of winter, take the plunge with this monthly guide.
Ideal for those with limited trekking time, this fast-paced Nepal trip takes you along the first few days of the trail to Everest Base Camp up to Namche Bazaar, a traditional Sherpa village and the unofficial capital of the Khumbu region. You'll trek through Sagarmatha National Park with its famous suspension bridges, Buddhist sites, and of course, panoramic views of the Himalaya—including Mount Everest.
Tihar, or the Festival of Lights, is a five-day Hindu festival in the autumn that celebrates the intimate relationship between animals and people. It also worships Laxmi, the goddess of wealth, culminating in Laxmi Puja when rangoli patterns are made with colored powder and flowers. This trip will take you on a journey from Kathmandu to the old Malla kingdoms of Bhaktapur and Patan, and the lakeside city of Pokhara. Along the way, you will stay with local families to enjoy the full flavor of this magical festival.
Two weeks in Nepal is enough time for a truly satisfying adventure, whether you’re interested in doing an epic trek or making your way around the country to learn about its culture and history. If you’re inspired to have an authentic experience, you can stay in the homes of local villagers or in remote hilltop monasteries. You can hike to Everest Base Camp or explore the world’s tallest mountain from the luxurious comfort of a private helicopter tour. Far-flung exotica more your thing? Go on safari in Chitwan National Park or explore the wild Mustang region, which was previously forbidden to outside tourists.
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 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.