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Reshmi Parajuli

Born and raised in Kathmandu and worked as a travel consultant for more than a decade now. I have learned from best in the industry, like Tiger Tops. Being the passionate traveler I am, I enjoy traveling and sharing my experiences with others. after all these years in travel industry, I realize I couldn’t have picked a better career for myself.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"I specialize in tailor-made holidays to Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet as per client's interest and requirement. I have travelled extensively and worked with different people from all around the world so my knowledge will help me to plan your trip from start to finish to make most of your budget and time.

We are specialized in wildlife tour in Chitwan and Bardia as well as cultural country combine tours across the Himalaya such as Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet in one go. Trekking in the Himalayas is one of our specialty. We would help you to make an outstanding trip all the way from Mountains to jungle in Nepal with a cultural trip in all the UNESCO heritage sites in Kathmandu Valley. All our operations are socially responsible and trying hard to ensure the very best in sustainable eco-tourism focusing on our environmentally responsible heritage."

How did you get involved in travel?

"After my graduation, I got to work with Tiger Tops in 2006. Since then there is no looking back. I love what I do. Making people dream come true, whether it is to trek in Khumbu Annapurna Region, a country combine tour across the Himalaya to Tibet, a cultural sightseeing in majestic Kathmandu Valley, wildlife tour either to Chitwan or Bardia or just relaxing somewhere quiet and secluded."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"My most exciting and unique travel experience was trip to Taktsang Monastery also known as Tiger Nests in Paro, Bhutan. Climbing all the way up to the monastery, then the feeling of peace you get there at the monastery is like nowhere else. Bhutan is very dearest to me and will always be. It really felt like home away from home.

Then there are times when I went to Cambodia. That was another trip I would never forget. Each and every trip I made so far have a special place in my heart. They all are unique in their own ways. I have traveled to Europe, America, Australia and most of the countries in south-east Asia."

Featured trips & expertise

Sunset in the Gurung village of Dhampus
Chitwan and Ghandruk Trek - 10 Days

This tour combines two great Nepal experiences: Chitwan National Park in the subtropical lowlands and the Ghandruk Trek in the Annapurna foothills. Chitwan has a wide variety of wildlife including tigers, rhinos, elephants and many bird species.  The Ghandruk trek is suitable for every level—beginners, families, and older age groups alike—and includes overnight stays in Gurung villages.

A mountainside hiking trail in Bhutan
6 Best Treks in Bhutan

When it comes to trekking, Bhutan offers both beauty and variety. The kingdom is home to some of the most challenging high-altitude treks in the world, as well as countless easy rambles through the wilderness. Whether you're an experienced hiker or a novice, there's a multi-day trek in Bhutan to fit your needs.

Machhapuchhre Himal, Pokhara, Nepal
Nepal Adventure: Rafting & Safari - 10 Days

Mixing outdoor and jungle activities with a healthy dash of comfort and service, this trip will take you through the best of Nepal—with time for both adrenaline rushes and relaxation. The adventure starts in Kathmandu with a flight over the mountains, continues to the country's oldest temples, and leaves time for views of the Annapurna range, where thirteen peaks scrape the sky. Two days of rafting send you through the jungle to finally discover the abundant wildlife of Chitwan National Park.

View of the Himalayas from Dochu La Pass
Highlights of Bhutan - 5 Days

The kingdom of Bhutan remains one of the last unspoiled gems of the Himalaya. Closed to foreign visitors until the 1970s, Bhutan has an amazingly preserved traditional Buddhist culture uniquely blended with modern sensibilities. On your five-day journey, you'll visit monasteries, fortresses, and enjoy stunning views as you hike through the mountains.

How Many Days Should You Spend in Nepal?
How Many Days Should You Spend in Nepal?

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.

Trisuli Rafting & Kayaking: 1-2 Days
Trisuli Rafting & Kayaking: 1-2 Days

The Trisuli is Nepal’s best river for day trips. Located centrally between Kathmandu, Chitwan, and Pokhara, it’s the perfect way to break up a long bus journey to your next destination. Why sit on a bus for 8 hours when you can raft half of it! It’s one of the most popular day trips in Nepal and is great for everyone, all year round.