Recently we had a client with very unrealistic expectations about trekking in Nepal. As a result he found his experience somewhat lacking. Reflecting on this rare situation made me think about all the amazing things you’re likely to miss out on when you trek Nepal if you only focus on whether or not your expectations are being met. That’s why
Last time I trekked in the Everest region, I was lucky enough to capture some great shots. But having spent so much time in Nepal, I was interested to see this beautiful country through fresh eyes! I met Bernd Scheerer from Germany and his lovely wife Daniela several times along the trail. One of the many great things about trekking
When you trek with Nepalorama to Ghorepani Poon Hill or Annapurna Base Camp, you’re in for a real treat! After a strenuous trek you’ll have the chance to bathe in the natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda! After checking into your teahouse, hike steeply down for 30 minutes through lush forest rich with flora and fauna including spectacular rhododendrons in
Is ‘getting fit’ on your resolution list for the New Year? Give yourself a great incentive. Get fit to trek Nepal! Home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world – you don’t need any more reasons to visit this incredible country! Yet there are more, many more and it still costs less than most adventure holiday destinations.
We’re committed to being a responsible trekking company in Nepal… But what does that mean? From the start we’ve been determined to conduct business with integrity. No compromises. We evolve our understanding of what it means to be a responsible trekking company in Nepal all the time, as we learn and challenge more about how things work in the trekking
In this short Nepalorama client interview, we asked Ellie and Jan from the UK what they thought about their trek in Nepal. They trekked with our founder Krishna in the Langtang Valley in September 2018. They didn’t quite make it all the way to the holy lakes of Gosaikunda due to heavy rain – but it didn’t dampen their spirits!
The fourth interview in our series of Nepal Trekking Guide Interviews is with our wonderful, professional trekking guide in Nepal – Buddhi! You’ll spot Buddhi’s smile before you see him and he’s every bit as genuine as his pearly whites suggest! Krishna met Buddhi in 2015 through Bibek, one of our other fabulous Nepalorama guides. They’re from the same village
The third interview in our series of Nepal Trekking Guide Interviews is with our fun-loving, friendly Nepal trekking guide – Ramesh! Ramesh is Krishna’s younger brother and he couldn’t be happier to work in the family business. I met Ramesh for the first time when he was making sure a bus didn’t leave without Krishna and I! His smile stood
The second interview in our series of Nepal Trekking Guide Interviews is with our friendly and trusted Nepal trekking guide – Bibek! I met Bibek in Kathmandu a few months ago. We had dal bhat together with Krishna. I liked him immediately! He was so polite and gentle, very respectful of others and certainly knew how to keep a great
Let the views take your breath away – not the high altitude! In this blog, we’ll explain all you need to know about altitude sickness in Nepal, including what symptoms to look out for and how you can prevent it. This simple knowledge could save your life. Altitude sickness can affect anyone, regardless of their age, trekking experience or level