I have been involved in the tourism field for 18 years now. Being involved in both inside the office and out in the field has given me an in-depth knowledge in order to meet the requirements of the travellers looking for authentic experience. And our experienced trekking guides who have worked for Thamserku for years along with networks of comfort lodges, airlines and hotels give us the competitive advantage to run the trip seamlessly.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We specialize in organizing trekking and tours in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. Along with this we also specialize in
- working with clients directly to arrange the logistics, permits, and support for mountaineering expeditions within Nepal and Tibet.
- developing and delivering tailor-made treks and cultural tours for individuals and groups.
- services for film crews, corporate retreats and incentive breaks, luxury short breaks and other one-offs.
How did you get involved in travel?
"I got involved in travel when I was very young. My dad, who has been working in this field for over 40 years used to take me on different treks. The people, the places, the food and their culture always excited me. I started as a trekking officer in 2000, and my roles were limited to communicating with the clients on daily basis and included more of operational work that gave me the idea on how the treks were organized. I also started guiding treks that broadened my knowledge of the field. Over the years, working in different companies and understanding the range of clientele I have learnt to treat each of them differently. Thus, I try to understand the needs of the clients and design products after knowing what they are looking for. After completing my Masters in Tourism, I have been involved full time as Product Manager in Thamserku Trekking. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"In March 2015, when the Turkish Airlines flight skidded after overshooting a runway amid dense fog in Nepal, forcing staff to evacuate the plane, which was carrying 224 passengers, all international flights were canceled for more than a week. I was working in a different company then and we had more than 80 people stranded in Kathmandu. I and my team played a crucial role in making sure each passenger got out of Kathmandu safely. One experience I will always remember. "
Featured trips & expertise
From spectacular treks in the high Himalaya to visiting the birthplace of the Buddha at Lumbini, white-water rafting to Hindu pilgrimage sites, 10 days in Nepal is plenty of time to experience some of the country's highlights. Hit the ground running (or, strolling at a more leisurely pace) by selecting an itinerary that best reflects your interests.
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.
If you’re short on time and looking for a luxury experience, here’s a unique way to see the Everest Region and all the main highlights. You’ll spend your nights in the comfort of Himalayan resorts (often with panoramic views) and your days either trekking and flying through the Everest region by helicopter.
Nepal offers a wide variety of trekking trails. For travelers who are short on time, here are some of the best short treks Nepal has to offer ranging from 3 to 10 days. Each of these treks can be extended; the number of days listed here represents the minimum number of days you need to complete these trails.
The Ghandruk Trek (sometimes also referred to as the Ghandrung Trek) is a great trekking option for those who are in Nepal for a shorter time or want to combine a relatively short trek with other activities in Nepal. The trek is typically done in 3 or 4 days.
This short trek gives you access to one of Nepal's classic viewpoints of the Annapurna range. You'll follow ancient trails that connect local communities, pass through blooming rhododendron forests and rice paddies, and enjoy views of snow-covered mountains. At night, sleep in comfortable teahouses located in small villages along the route.
Recent trip reviews for Mingma
Spring Break in Nepal · Nepal - Mar 25 - Mar 31, 2018
From the moment I requested information about the Poon Hill Trek to the moment I arrived back home from the perfectly organized trip, Mingma and his team have been helpful, kind, informative, and attentive. As a solo female traveler, I was a little apprehensive about what my experience would be. Mingma laid out a tentative itinerary in detail that fit my requests and needs. I was extremely pleased. The price for all of the services (airport pickup, hotel stays, flights between Kathmandu... read more