I have travelled to different parts of Nepal. I have grown seeing these big mountains but it has never stopped surprising me. For the past 7years, It has always been a great experience for me. Travelling to a new place, making new friends, experiencing the culture and the wildlife. This place has a lot to offer. Now I have started working with mine Father. He is a successful travel entrepreneur and has been organizing trips all over Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. It is a great feeling making others dreams plans turn into reality.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Trekking, Heli Tours, Cultural Sightseeing Tours, Day Tours, Group departure Treks, Treks in Bhutan."
How did you get involved in travel?
"The passion for exploring new places. 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. right after, I finished my high school. I got a chance to go on a trekking with my uncle. I was 16 years old at that time. It was a whole new experience for me. that's how I got my self in to travel."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My unique travel experience was my first trek. I can still remember it clearly. It was a whole new experience for me. It was a camping trek in Everest region from lower part of SoluKhumbu to the Everest Base camp. It was a long camp every day and we had a very tight schedule. we walked for around 9-10 hours every day and some days even more. But the best part of the trek was, after all those hard walking days when we reached the top of the Kala Patthar. It was a great feeling, everyone was crying including me. "Tears of joy" seeing everyone happy was a very satisfying. last day when we reached Lukla we stayed at the lodge. No camping finally some hot shower after so many days. since it was the last day of our trek we prepared a cake for everyone and we sang and danced all night. That was my first trekking experience and I would never forget that."
Featured trips & expertise
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.
Visiting Nepal in December, January or February? Winter is a great season for shorter treks at lower elevations. The temperatures are colder, but if you’re well prepared you can enjoy clear skies and fewer crowds.
With snow-capped peaks and fabled Sherpa culture, the Everest region is famous for some of the best trekking in Nepal. If you don’t have the minimum 12 days it takes to do the Everest Base Camp trek, however, here are a few great shorter treks to choose from.
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.
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 6 or 7 days.
The Upper Mustang trek is the ultimate gateway to the mysterious world of the old Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, also called Lo. Once forbidden and isolated from the rest of the world for decades, the area was able to evolve within its own distinctive culture and rich traditions closely tied to Tibet. This moderate, lesser-known trek passes through one of the driest regions of Nepal and provides spectacular mountain scenery.