All the technical wizardry and networking at our disposal would mean nothing if it weren’t for our friendly and helpful staff who will look after you right from the moment of your arrival to the time of your departure in legendary Nepalese style. Whether it is a case of miss-directed baggage on arrival or shipping of your shopping on departure, a case of finding directions to the right restaurants or finding the doctor after visiting the wrong one, a case of having to be evacuated from high altitudes or not being able to catch your connecting flight due to bad weather, our office and field staff will help you every step of the way during your stay in this region, whether you are in Kathmandu city or in the High Himalaya.
Our leaders are selected for their personality, their experience in adventure travel and their wealth of knowledge of the area within which they work. They are well -trained and have the ability to provide the support you should expect when you visit remote areas of the country. They are able to cope with most emergency situations including those requiring evacuation and hospitalization.
Porters are mostly hired locally in the trekking area, and most of them have remained with our company season after season, climbing to higher positions by learning in the field and under going training.
Our field staff and guides have been taught to respect the local cultures of the places that they visit and guide our clients into. We believe in travel as a learning experience and hope that you will be able to learn from the people of the Himalaya about their way of life, their cultures, their customs and their beliefs. To that end, most of our programmes are designed so that you will have opportunities to meet the local people and interact with them but, we do ask that you be sensitive to their way of life. Carry pictures from home. These work wonders in bridging the language barrier.
Here are some key persons of Trekking Team Pvt. Ltd to take you on a trip that you have been dreaming for….. “The Spirit of Adventure”