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6th November 2007, 04:10 PM
Namaste and Greetings!

My name is Prem. I'm a freelance Nepalese trekking and travel guide providing personalised trekking and travel guidance in Nepal.

You are Welcome to Join Home Stay Trekking:
I am lookingforwrad to homstay trek in December -January, starting at
Trisuli (3hours drive from Kathmandu on the way to Langtag) and finishing at
Pokhara in 14 days. The trekking route is: Trsuli-Arughat-Gorkha-Lanjung-Pokhara (the trek covers at least five different ethnic communities).

Check out my website http://nepal.adventure-samsara.com which has lots of useful information for those looking to visit Nepal including,
A Comprehensive Travellers Guide covering:
visa information, details of facilities in Nepal, currency & medical information, dos and don'ts etc.

A tekking guide with information on different trekking styles, preparations, equipment, altitude sickness etc.

-Travel and Trekking Maps

I have 10+ years trekking and travel guidance experience and if there is any aspect of your trip that you feel I might be able to help you with you are cordially invited to contact me by email (you can use the contact page on my site). I am always glad to extend my warm hospitality and I enjoy assisting travellers make their time in Nepal an experience they will never forget!

You are welcome to check out my suggested Trekking and Sighteeing itineries. In addition to guiding services I have extensive contacts within the Nepalese tourism industry and can assist with making arrangements for your hotels or other activities (eg rafting, travel to Tibet, paragliding etc.) during your stay.
I'm an ecologically sensitive guide. My preference is to use local resources, where possible, such as Teahouses or Home-Stays, as this benefits the local people directly. I also prefer, where possible, to take routes a little off the main tourist trail.

My primary goal is to provide to all kinds of travellers a culturally enriching adventure and I want all of my customers to leave with many happy memories of their visit to Nepal.