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Thread: Extremely Recommend Trekking Guide

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    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Default Extremely Recommend Trekking Guide

    I was very lucky to have Krishna as my guide during my monsoon trek in August 2006. He was very helpful before the trek as providing me with plenty of info/equipment list and what to expect on the trek. I was pleased during the trek because Krishna made me feel like he really wanted me to enjoy my time in Nepal. My trek began in Kathmandu were Krishna picked me up at the airport and escorted me to my hotel. Afterwards Krishna and his wife invited me into their home for a traditional Nepalese meal. He also assisted me on the first day with exchanging money for the trek. My trek was from Jiri to Gokyo to EBC and back to Lukla for a flight back to Kathmandu. On the trek Krishna was very helpful at each stop making sure that I was comfortable and that I had everything that I needed. He even was kind enough to carry my bag on some of the steep climbs thru the Jiri to Namche Bazar part of the trek. Krishna went the extra mile at all times. The trek was a 28-day trek in which I saw everything I wanted to see. I was able to learn as much about Krishna and the Nepalese people as he was able to learn about my culture and me. I would definitely recommend Krishna for your trek in Nepal. I am already planning on returning with my wife for a camping trek, as Krishna is very experience in that sort of trek also. Feel free to contact me via e-mail with any questions or concerns. My name is Christopher Berry and I am from the New York City area in the USA and would be glad to help anyone interested in a trek in Nepal with Krishna. You can contact me at: tourisminfo@gmail.com or you can contact Krishna directly. His details are below:

    Krishna Adhikari (Trekking Guide License No: 3505)
    P.O.Box: 23044, Kathmandu, Nepal
    Mobile phone: 00977-9841433205
    E-mail: ukkrishna@hotmail.com , guidenepal@gmail.com
    Last edited by guidenepal; 17th September 2007 at 02:13 PM. Reason: Trekking in Nepal

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