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Nepal trekking

Hi

Can anyone suggest a company and root for trekking in Nepal .We are group of 7 people and would like to tdo trekking with good view of Mt Everest .We are going to travel in first two weeks of July nex year.

Thanks

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2. Re: Nepal trekking

It is very hard to suggest particular company because there are many companies in Nepal. Personally, I would collect few company contacts are compare the prices and services between them.

You are welcome to send me a message if you want my recommendation!

Good Luck!

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Hi

July is monsoon season and views for Everest cannot be guaranteed unfortunately. Standard itineraries take 14 days flying on and out of Lukla (but be aware the flights can be cancelled so some buffer time is needed). More distant views if Everest can be had from above Namche and the trek is shorter, say 6 days - look for treks called Everest View. The Annapurna Circuit might be a better option on July because most of the trek is in the himalayan rain shadow area. Itineraries can be found on trekking company websites. Links can be found on:

http://www.taan.org.np/member_directory

My suggestionis for Himalayan Magic Adventure who arranged a trek including EBC last year - the service was excellent and prices fair. It's a small agency and the owner is a genuinely helpful and friendly guy. Contact details are on the TAAN website.

Giid luck.

scoodly

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Hi there,

There are plenty of choices to search for different companies based in Nepal. Since July is monsoon season and visibility is not much clear during monsoon due to cloud and rain. So, personally I suggest you to extend your holiday or if you really keen to visit during July then I hereby can advise you some reputable companies address. So, please write on PM.

Cheers

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It's not allowed to make public advertisements of our favourite guides or Trekking Companies. I suggested to you, as said above, to check at the official goverment web sites the lists of the Trekking Agencies regulary registered and to ask to some of them quotations to be able to compare their services.

Namaste

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Yes it is allowed to recommend companies from personal experience when asked for such information.

Perhaps you need to re-read the rules, rongpuk.

scoodly

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8. Re: Nepal trekking

Well that's quite different from "It's not allowed to make public advertisements" so I wonder why you said it in the first place?

Posters are allowed to ask for recommendations, posters are allowed to give recommendations.

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9. Re: Nepal trekking

Ok it's true that we can write: I go with "x" or with "Y". I'll try to explain my point of view. I understand, reading the rules and wachting here in the forum what happens with people involved in tourism, that some times " this rule must be interpreted" and not follow so litterlaly, in this case, to avoid spam done by the Local Travel Agents, or not to have posters, like in the topic created by Rob, who can accuse him or one of us to take money from our TO or to be involved ourself in TO business. Is for that I've never write the name of my contacts in Nepal, Tibet. I'm sure eberybody will tell me it's a battle lost. anyway I prefer not to suggest to "suggest in pubblic"

:-)

namaste

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10. Re: Nepal trekking

It's your choice not to "suggest in public".TA guidelines allow people to ask for suggestions and for for people to give suggestions and some people choose to do that.

There is spam of course - including people acting as personal agents for their favourite guide or agency - but that does not mean that genuine recommendations cannot be made.

If you think a post is spam then follow the procedures set by TA rather than telling people that it is not allowed to make suggestions in response to a request.

scoodly