About Us

Namaste and Welcome to Our Company and Nepal.

We invite you to peruse our website and trust that it will inspire you to share a Nepalese adventure with us. 

Ours is a post-earthquake company. Following the shakeup we decided to create this new business to offer our past and new clients a fresh and deeper approach to trekking in Nepal.

The magic begins by exploring our friendly (crowded) city streets and landmarks before heading out of Kathmandu to explore the high Himalaya, Middle Hills or lowland Terai regions.  

We bring 25 years of experience to our work and a keen insight into the details that help make a trek stand out for our clients. We are fully qualified and government registered guides, and, with our trekking staff, are committed to offering you a personal service and an exhilarating experience.

Let us introduce you to the drama of our scenery as it soars from the lowland Terai plains to Everest’s summit: rising >8 000 m in <200km. Delight in our flora and fauna: a unique mix of the Indian and Asian biomes brought together by the tectonic meeting of these two continents. Its varieties are further diversified by the steep altitudinal changes over short distances and the micro climates found in north or south facing valleys.

Nepal’s 125 ethnic groups are a mix of Aryan and Mongolian people who, over time, have settled across the land. They have retained many of their unique customs, beliefs and dialects and yet, in many ways, are comfortably intertwined.

Nepal offers both a destination and a unique experience, freed from the constraints of your busy lives. On trekking trails (devoid of wheels) the pace of life changes to echo the pace of your steps: the pace of our rural people. Savour the scale and dramatic beauty of our landscapes and let your spirit soar.

Our landmarks have long been marked by Hindus, Buddhists and Bön. Hindu temples and countless shrines mark Kathmandu’s old streets. Impressive Buddhist stupas are revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. Along village trails: flags, chortens, mani walls and gompas mark the more important sites: many facing onto dramatic views.

Our landmarks and land use in all their forms will help you to understand us as a people and discover the story of our unique identity as Nepalese.

We look forward to welcoming you – and to sharing Nepal with you.

Prem and Badri Panta

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