Category: Life in Nepal

If you’re reading this, you’re curious about what to expect if you choose to trek with Nepalorama… Or, you’re all confirmed and about to trek with our extremely reliable Nepal trekking guide – Santosh! Santosh comes from a village just one hour’s walk away from Krishna’s village – that makes him part of Krishna’s own family. A ‘village nephew’ in

If you’re reading this, you’re either considering trekking with Nepalorama… Or, you’re all confirmed and about to trek with our wonderful friendly Nepal trekking guide – Arbind! Arbind came to us through Buddhi – an original superstar Nepalorama guide! Arbind is every bit as lovely as he looks and will take excellent care of you throughout your time in Nepal.

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

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 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

The first interview in our series of Nepal Trekking Guide Interviews has to be with our one and only Krishna! Founder of Nepalorama Trekking and known for being ‘probably one of the best guides ever’! There’s no doubt that in our mind, Krishna is THE best trekking guide in Nepal. I first met him trekking to Ghorepani Poon Hill and

Holi – The Festival of Colours Those of you that know me, know I use this phrase a lot! So I’ve been waiting a while to write a blog called ‘Holi Mackerel’ to celebrate the Holi festival in Nepal! I spent Holi – the famous festival of colours – in Pokhara five years ago. It was amazing! I’d seen colourful

Krishna and I always talked about me visiting his village in Nuwakot and meeting his family. Finally that day came during my recent visit, when I was lucky enough to learn a little about village life in Nepal. I spent two nights there and was truly moved by what I discovered. A world where time almost stands still, families are