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  • #16
    Dear Nepal and trekking lovers,

    we, Martin and Jana, already had a trek with the agency "Prems Nepal Trek" a few years ago. We did the Khopra-Trek back then and it was absolutely amazing! We were very happy with both the planning and the trek.
    After these great experiences we had to return to Nepal for a longer trek. So we booked another one this year via "Prems Nepal Trek". This time we trekked from Tumlingtar to Lukla, from there to the Gokyo Lakes, to Chukung and finally back to Lukla. Chandi Rai was our guide on the trek and Pawan our porter.
    Both are absolutely reliable and very corteous! We really enjoyed traveling with them for 4 weeks. Chandi and Pawan are physically very fit and have a great sense of humor! A very special highlight was to listen to Chandi’s flute and guitar plays, which musically underlined the breathtaking views. We were also offered to spend 2 days with his family at the beginning of the trek, which was just wonderful! When we had to deal with gripal infection, Chandi offered us a very good alternative: We did not trek - as originally planned - via the Cho La, Gorakshep, etc. to the Everest base camp; instead we headed a bit back from Gokyo to finally get to Chukung. There we already felt much better and enjoyed a superb and breathtaking “alternative” view from the Chukung-Ri (ca. 5600m) instead of the Kala-Patar. Nuptse and Lhotse loomed up in front of us, with cloudless sky and sunshine! The Chukung area is not so touristic compared to the "standard route" and absolutely worth to visit!
    We are very grateful for the professionalism, the hospitality and the wonderful, adventurous time!
    We can absolutely recommend "Prems Nepal Trek", Chandi as a guide and this four-week trek!

    Best regards,

    Jana and Martin

    contact: Chandi Rai
    Lakeside-6 Pokhara, Nepal
    WhatsApp: +9779819092791
    mobile: +9779807380590
    Last edited by Jana Spindler; 12-08-2019, 05:26 PM.


    • #17
      Traveling with Prem Nepals was ome of the bests experiences in my Life. Usually I never trabel with guide, as I prefer freedom and think that researching and finding the way is part of the trekking. I decided to hire a guide agency because I was alone, it was winter and I had no experience in high moutains. I wanted an agency because many people say they are guide in Nepal but they don't actually have knwoledge and experience, they just think you need somebody to point you the way (what any GPS can do it...). Prem Rai team had a major role in establishing the New Annapurna Trekking Trail, wich avoids the rapid growth of roads, and had a compromise with promoting enveriomental friendly natural tourism. thats why I chose them. The team was allways very helpefull since the plannings, and we came up with a great travel itinerary together, around the Annapurna circuit.

      They chose to send me Mr. Hari, and amazing person. Very kind, lovely, respectfull, friendly, strong and wise. With mlre then 30 yeats of working in the field, he knew a lot about all the birds, the etnic grups and nepals history, the comunities we passed by, the history of the religions, temples, monasterys and its symbolism... he always found the best guesthouses and the best treks acording to what I was expecting. Even when landslides and new roads have colapsed the trek, he could manage to find a new way. We manage to do the bests choices on the way, being flexible and replanning with the changing weater. Most od the people had to come back and couldnt make Thorong La Pass, but we manage to do it with carfull planning. Much more then all that, Mr. Hari was a great person to be with, to talk. We stood 20 days beautifull together and become great friends. I fell like I would have lost most of what I had experienced trekking of I was without a guide. Being with him made me learn so many things and to have a deeper contact with Nepals nature and history.

      Really recomend it!
      Gabriel Dienstmann