Frankie FrancisUnited KingdomPublished: Friday, May 4, 2018
Firstly I'd like to say this is an excellent website and I'd recommend your company to anyone thinking of trekking trip down your way. As for you Raj its great to see you're doing well, thanks for the informative and humorous time you spent with us on the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Everest 2003 expedition and the even better time back in Kathmandu. All the best to you and your family and I hope to catch up with you when I return for a shot at the West ridge of Everest in March this year.
Apau Mudzaffar HarunMalaysiaPublished: Friday, April 20, 2018
Salam Hormat from peringtis Alam Malaysia. It’s my sixth time in Nepal, how the first time we met was at Durbar Square last winter and today we are having lunch at your home with the rest of the Malaysian group. This time it was different-Additional Know.
Thomas Public TGermanyPublished: Wednesday, August 2, 2017
During Monsoon 2017, Raj and us hiked the Hembalu trail. this might not be the best time to do that, but then, when you have children, vacations dictate when you can do this. Raj and his team were so important to make this as great as it was. Raj is very knowledgable of the area and knows the nice Inns. It is easy to talk to him, not only because he speaks excellent English, but because he has so many stories to tell. For me the trip was tough, sometimes, but with his encouragement I made it.
And then he made sure there was some hot tea waiting ...
Daniel USwitzerlandPublished: Sunday, March 26, 2017
In October 2016 Raj had organised a 22 day trek for me. He arranged for Chandra Rai as my porter/guide (Chandra Rai and I had trekked 9 years ago to Everest basecamp together). Raj organised everything impeccably, he organised a bespoke trek for me and within 3 weeks from first contact I was there, trekking. I wanted to see a side of Nepal that few trekkers see and so we started our trek to the Everest base camp region from Salleri and spent the first 10 days visiting Chandra's family and another of Raj's team, Sundar, at his home village. For these first 10 days I saw no other trekkers and in some villages I stayed at I was the first foreigner to stay there.