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About Himalayan Mentor
Himalayan Mentor, Kathmandu based Tour Company for your holiday to Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. We operate adventure trekking, family holiday packages, Helicopter tours, peak climbing and mountain climbing, expedition to the Himalayas, wildlife safari, nature and adventure trips and private day tours which can meet various interests. Especially we are focused on private trip and group tours for day outing to long duration. We are also operating various adventure trekking for Everest, Annapurna, Upper Mustang, Manaslu, Langtang and many more trekking trails of Nepal. Beyond Nepal, we do offer tour and adventure trips around Bhutan and Tibet.
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You can enjoy the beautiful nature and culture on your free day while you are in Kathmandu. The trip is private guided trip so you can take breaks when you need and walk on your own pace. So it's the trip for you!
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Nikita wrote a review Aug 2020
Guangzhou, China3 contributions1 helpful vote
We competed EBC tour under help from Himalayan mentor on last October. The 8 days trekking was memorable and full of enjoyment. English of our guide who was sent from the company was good enough. Communication with the company’s manager:Kesh is smoothed and detail, therefore, if you looking for a safe and comfortable tour heading to EBC, this company is a good choice.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ros W wrote a review Apr 2020
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Our trip was disrupted by the virus but Kesh was amazing in his efforts to modify our itinerary to offer the best experience possible. I will definitely book with Himalayan mentor on my next trip to Bhutan.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ashley F wrote a review Dec 2019
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Amazing trek with absolute top notch guide, Tenzing Sherpa. Very qualified as a guide. Was my second booking with Himalayan Mentor and everything was well arranged and organized by Keshav.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Lorne wrote a review Dec 2019
Toronto, Canada2 contributions1 helpful vote
From start to finish my wife and could not have had a better trekking experience. Kesh organised everything we needed and was always quick to answer all of our questions. He paired us up with Padam, whose expertise in guiding and warm, wonderful manner ensured every aspect of our journey from securing accommodation and procuring extra blankets to information about local culture, the mountains as well as the flora and fauna was everything we could have hoped for. We are already planning another trip to Nepal and without a doubt we will be organising it with Kesh and Padam. If you are overwhelmed by the options and not sure who to trust, stop. Contact Kesh and Padam and have the trip of your life. (shout out to porter extraordinaire, Kumar)
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Paul C wrote a review Dec 2019
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My wife and I had a great time on the trek to Poon Hill. The views along the way were fantastic and the view of Annapurna from Poon Hill at sunrise was worth the climb. The walk is 33 miles of uneven rock stairs both up and down so you need to prepare. The advice and help from Himalayan Mentor was great. His responses and advice made the trip successful. All rooms were arranged and met the needs of a couple over 70 years old. Ask for Padam as a guide, if available. He was always there for us during the trip.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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