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Trekking Guide Team Adventure arrange kathmandu one day tour our visitors can explore and discover the diversified traditions and culture, blink of remote areas of Nepal, exotic places, languages and magnificent panoramic views of Kathmandu...more
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This was a chance of a life time to test ourselves. Kabi kept in touch and had every thing arranged and booked well in advance. We were introduced to our guide in Kathmandu and Ram traveled with us from there. We joined the rest of...More
We have now returned to Brisbane following probably the most amazing experience thanks to our very capable and knowledgable guide Ram and porter Basang. These guys were extremely patient.....we were not the youngest of hikers - aged 84 and 67 respectively. They made sure that...More
Unprofessional trekking guide that I had met, Mr. OM, lack of responsibility and bad arrangement ever. We are group of 4 girls were forced to stay in the dining room at MBC due to his miscommunication with the owner of the lodge / someone took...More
My husband and I just returned from the 16 day Everest Base Camp trek organized by Trekking Guide Team Adventure. We can’t recommend this trip and company more highly. Kabi is always quick to reply to emails and genuinely wants to assure his customers have...More
I did choose the Australien Camp as this is an easy trek which I wanted to do with my 7 year old son. The trek takes 3 days with overnight stays in Dampus and the Australien Camp. We walked maximum 3 hours a day and...More
Our Everest base camp trek was a fantastic experience. Unpredictable weather in lukla pushed our flights back a day but the team managed the set back fantastically and the rest of the trip was seamless. Our guide Shambu couldnt have been more helpful, and his...More
Just finished our trek and we were completely blown away with the views we got to see and the incredible service given by Kabi and his team. We both knew that the weather in Nepal can be unpredictable and that plans might change slightly because...More
Of to a rough start with weather our flight couldn't leave for lukla, day 2 weather was fine got the early plane over around 8-9 once we got there our guide Shambu Basnet (my man!) Was taking control of everything he knows everything about the...More
I saw this tour being offered in Qatar for a good discount. I have been planning to do it but work schedule is tight. I purchased the trip online and I thought I will be trekking around Everest but then as soon as I read...More
Hi - well I thought I had above average fitness and I still found it tough but that was the dealing with the altitude sickness! I was the oldest in my group (47) but there were other older people on the trail (and... More
Hi - well I thought I had above average fitness and I still found it tough but that was the dealing with the altitude sickness! I was the oldest in my group (47) but there were other older people on the trail (and embarrassingly much fitter than me!). I would definitely recommend it, it's just stunning, but go in season when you're not facing the cold and get some hiking experience in first. It will just make it more enjoyable - age is just number :-)
I think it would depend on what trek you are on. Trekking Guide Team Adventure will look after you all but some of the treks are really hard and long. As a minimum, 6 hours of trekking per day. Some of the routes are... More
I think it would depend on what trek you are on. Trekking Guide Team Adventure will look after you all but some of the treks are really hard and long. As a minimum, 6 hours of trekking per day. Some of the routes are challenging too so look into where you want to go and establish whether a 3 year old would manage. In all other respects, you will be fine as the Nepalese are very friendly.
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We went late November and it was just my husband and I! (we didn't know we were the only people in the group until we got there!) :) We are mid-thirties and did the Annapurna circuit. Our experience was that the... More
We went late November and it was just my husband and I! (we didn't know we were the only people in the group until we got there!) :) We are mid-thirties and did the Annapurna circuit. Our experience was that the twenty -somethings generally trek without guides and form their own informal groups. The mere fact that you are spending extra money on a guide increases your chances of having older people in the group as the young 'uns trek as cheaply as humanly possible.
And for the record - I wholeheartedly agree with IzzyS - it IS a FANTASTIC experience!! If you love nature YOU WILL LOVE IT!! I can also highly recommend our guide and porter: Mr Shiva and Mr Bsim (you can request them by name).
A side note: prepare as well as you can ahead of time (both physically and ito gear) - it makes the trekking much easier and less stressful!