Trekking Encounters Nepal comprises a team of experienced and dedicated staff who are involved for several years in the travel and trekking industries of Nepal and Tibet. The company is managed and run by a team of competent tourism professionals with their experience over two decades in respective fields, which include trekking, climbing and eco-tourism. Team members are energetic and self motivated with a passion to develop further both the company and the responsible travel industry in Nepal. Krishna Bhattarai (Kris) is in-charge of the company’s operation who himself is a trekking and tour guide.
Legality: Trekking Encounters Nepal is legally operated under license granted by the Government of Nepal. Further details are available on request.
Year of Establishment: January, 2009.
Our Motto: Trekking Encounters Nepal “For Nature and Eco-tourism”.
Membership: Trekking Encounters Nepal is a TripAdvisor recommended Travel Company and proud professional member of TAAN, NMA, KEEP and Porters' Progress. Trekking Encounters represented in TAAN Executive Committee for the term of 2011-2013.
Quality Service: Trekking Encounters Nepal is committed to providing the highest quality of service through its experienced trekking and climbing staff. A good kitchen crew is available for catering on camping treks. We also offer all levels of guides, who have expertise in a range of languages including English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese, particularly relevant for cultural tours in the historic towns of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur.
Emergency Support: All our mountain expeditions are supported with two-way walkie-talkies and, for use in case of emergency, a satellite phone link to our Kathmandu Office. All our treks report their progress on a daily basis to the Office in Kathmandu when the cell phone network or landline telephone links permit. If any trekker gets problem due to high altitude or physical injuries that prevents them continuing on the trek, we are able to operate a rescue flight by a helicopter immediately. (Please note, however, that such flights can sometimes be delayed by severe weather and are dependent on your individual insurance arrangements. Trekking Encounters Nepal strongly advises you to buy an insurance policy in your home country that covers accidents, medical problems, and helicopter rescue). Though with our company such problems are highly unlikely, whatever happens on a trek our team is committed to provide care in adversity as if you were family!
Environmental responsibility: All our guides are aware of environmental issues and are strongly committed to follow the principles of Eco-tourism while on a trek:
- Minimize impact.
- Build environmental and cultural awareness and respect.
- Provide positive experiences for both visitors and hosts.
- Provide direct financial benefits for conservation.
- Provide financial benefits and empowerment for local people.
- Raise sensitivity to host countries' political, environmental and social climate.
Social Responsibility is an ethical ideology that companies should contribute to the welfare of the society and not be devoted to maximizing profits only. Trekking Encounters Nepal is a business organization which has put an obligation to act to benefit society at large by avoiding engaging in socially harmful activities and performing acts that directly advance social goals. We are one of the Socially Responsible companies that act in a number of ways to benefit society; by employing locals, giving donations to preserve the arts and culture, funding academic scholarships, supporting community-building initiatives and so on. We are also committed to reduce the pollution in the environment because of our customers' activities.
Since Nepal is one of the under developed countries in the world, the private sectors can play a vital role to support its people in many ways. We have been donating a certain percentage of our profits to local charities that work for environmental protection, education and health services in Nepal.
Please Contact Us if you are willing to sponsor a child in Nepal. Your small contribution may give lights to someone.
Goal: Trekking Encounters Nepal promotes eco-tourism, which is defined as "responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people".