I was Born in a small village between the gorgeous mountain in the Himalayas and grown up seeing beautiful and big mountains. Following my father's footstep, who is also a professional licensed trek guide and senior climber, I started traveling different parts of Nepal, exploring new places, taking photographs and making lots of new friends.
Continuing to fulfill the wish to travel more and share the experience with the travelers from around the world, I started helping out the travelers to suggest vacation trips in Nepal and started serving as a local travel specialist after getting engaged with NMMT. It's a great feeling of being a part of someone's happiest holiday memories.
How did you get involved in travel?
"I was always a curious and adventurous person. It was natural for me to increase my passion for traveling and cultural understanding at a young age. I have always appreciated having the option to talk to travelers, hearing their stories and where they are from. I went on my first journey with my father to Pokhara right after high school where I had an amazing experience, So whenever I had the opportunity I pack my bags and leave for the journey. From my perspective, there is never enough traveling one can do and I believe in the power of dreams.
Even though Nepal is a popular tourist destination already, the city has a lot to offer from a local point of view which I am excited to share with the travelers. To fulfill my dream I started helping out the travelers to suggest vacation trips in Nepal and started serving as a local travel specialist after getting engaged with NMMT.
Featured trips & expertise
Few travelers venture up the Chukhung Valley, except those looking to scale Lhotse or climb Island Peak. It's a beautiful trek where you'll come face-to-face with the Lhotse Wall and ascend Chukhung Ri, an 18,208 ft (5,550 m) ridgeline above the village of Chukhung.
You don't need extreme altitudes or serious mileage to trek in the Himalaya. Nepal also offers a variety of beginner treks with beautiful views and glimpses of the local culture, all taking a week or less to complete. Read on for the best beginner treks in Nepal.
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.
Interested in joining a group departure for the Manaslu Circuit Trek? Kimkim travel specialists are running a number of set departures for the Manaslu Circuit Trek in 2018 and 2019. Dates, cost, and availability are listed below, along with a day by day itinerary.
Pokhara may not seem far from Kathmandu (the cities are only 126 miles / 204 km apart), but the Nepali terrain and road quality make for a very long drive. That's why many travelers opt to fly. Here are your options for traveling between the two cities, either by air or road.
Recent trip reviews for Pasang
Ghandruk trek, Nepal - Feb 3 - Feb 9, 2019
From start to finish the whole experience was amazing. Thanks to all involved especially our guide Chomba and porter Nila.
Annapurna base camp , Nepal - Jan 15 - Jan 25, 2019
I just returned from an 8 day trek to Annapurna Base Camp. It was outstanding! The whole process of booking was seamless. Pasang Sherpa was extremely responsive and customized my trip and made excellent recommendations including hotels. She checked in on me during my trip through my guide. I was greeted by my guide Lhakpa Chhetar Sherpa and Lakpa Sherpa, his colleague at Nepal Myths, at the airport. They are both so courteous and took me to my hotel on the first night in Khatmandu. My guide... read more