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Trekking in Nepal

"Planning a wonderful holiday in Nepal? This is the right place to begin with. We invite all Individuals / Group travelers / Tour operators; come and join us for your entire Holiday management in Nepal & Tibet. With the practice of excellence service & dedicated professionals, we deliver the best service in the industry."

Responsible Tourism

We have strong belief that tourism should benefit the local communities but not to destroy the environment. Our aim is to promote responsible tourism which respect and benefits the local people, culture and overall eco-system. We are well aware in this concern and doing our best for further enhancement. A responsible travel does not mean to compromise in the quality of service. We are working closely with CESSAN for better education to the poor and low-cast children of remote villages. Some portion of our profit margin goes to CESSAN fund to help continue their great job with these underprivileged children and rural communities. We use local goods and resources as much possible which ensure the locals benefit the most. We provide good facilities and fair wages to our staffs and work as a team to ensure you a wonderful holiday.

We are trying our best to practice following Responsible Tourism Characteristics declared by Cape Town Conference.

  • Minimize negative economic, environmental, and social impacts
  • Generates greater economic, benefits for local people and enhances the well-being of hose communities, improves working conditions and access to the industry
  • Involves local people in decision that affect their lives and life changes;
  • Makes positive contributions to the conservation of natural and cultural heritage, to the maintenance of the world’s diversity;
  • Provides more enjoyable experiences for tourists through more meaningful connections with local people, and a greater understanding of local cultural, social and environmental issues;
  • Provides access for physically challenged people; and
  • Is culturally sensitive, engenders respect between tourists and hosts, and builds local pride and confidence.


  • Buy locally made goods, support and encourage the local economy and people for positive tourism
  • Consider a reasonable amount of tipping for good service
  • Think twice before giving direct money to beggar and kinds, rather coordinate with local charity organization and not to forget to review the progress report of your fund.


  • Ask cordially for permission before taking photographs of individual
  • Enjoy the area you visit, if possible contribute for better state of it
  • Learn some common local language, this is appreciated and often result to get more out of the experience
  • Always respect the local culture, tradition, laws and beliefs
  • Avoid buying ancient artifacts and souvenirs made from body parts of endangered species.




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P.O.Box: 3085, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tel: + 97714413908 , Cell: +977 9841 207303
Email: info@trekandtournepal.com

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Goverment of Nepal | Nepal Tourism Board | Trekking Agents Association of Nepal | Nepal Association of Tours & Travels Agents | Kathmandu Environment Education Project

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