Compliments Accessible Adventure for an amazing trek to Mount Everest. Our Guide Nabaraj Dhakal was amazing and so attentive to all of our needs. Nabaraj shared all of his knowledge with us along the way and never hesitated to give us the the encouragement to keep moving on. Cant imagine trekking without Nabaraj and our porter Pasang who also was nothing less than fantastic on our trip. I will be recommending these to wonderful men to my friends for a trek in the future.
I am safely back home after an extraordinay experience in Nepal. I would like to thank you for all the arrangements you made. Everything was perfect from the moment I arrived at Kathmandu airport until I left from the airport. My guides, Taranath in Kathmandu, and Bikram in Pakhara/Dhampus were excellent, and so were the chauffeurs. Everybody was very friendly and helpful, and they were able to show me so many beautiful sights in just a few days. I shall never forget this trip, and I hope I will be able to come back to beautilful Nepal one day If I do, I shall definitely ask for your services again.
Just to let you know we had a wonderful holiday in your country - our flights booked through you all went smoothly and we found your people so friendly and kind.
We will recommend your services to our Australian and South African friends.
Many thanks for a wonderful experience on the AC trek.
Thank you to Bhairam for overseeing our trip so efficiently and courteously. Everything went very smoothly even when we changed our plans slightly.
Chhabi, our guide, was a real star and was a great companion on our trek . He made sure we had everything we needed - and got us to the top of Thorung-la without a hitch!
Arjun, our porter, was also brilliant - hes a multitalented porter cum guide cum cook.
The Annurpurna Circuit trek was an absolute joy. We had trekked to Muktinath over 20 years ago but this was our first time on the Manang side and we absolutely loved it - the views were sensational and the villages and countryside are a delight. The road is coming so I suggest people get to see it before the impact is too great.
The road on the Jomsom side has obviously had a negative impact on the trekking experience but new trails are being opened up that avoid the road, so I recommend you give yourself enough time to explore these (see the book by Andrees de Ruiter and Prem Rai about the new NATT trails).
After Kagbeni (which you should visit) we decided to take transport to Tatopani to save some time and avoid trekking on the road.
Ghorepani and the route to Tadapani and Ghandruk, etc is road free and absolutely stunning (if a little crowded when we were there in March).
I recommend your company to anyone interested in trekking and we will be back!
Thanks again to all of you who made our trek such a happy and memorable experience.
span rgb(74,= 74,= 74);= font-family:= arial,= tahoma,= bitstream= vera= sans,= sans-serif;= font-size:= 13.9919996261597px;= line-height:= 19px;=We were a group of three people. We contacted Mr Tilak of Accessible Adventures for a tailor made tour of 2 weeks in the month of november of this year. Mr Tilak professionality and reliability satisfacted us completely. He was capable to manage perfectly everything: also our arrival and departure in delay caused by problems with the international flight company. All hotels, we asked budget hotels, have proved to be beyond our expectations. We would suggest this travel agency to anyone who would do a wonderful tour in Nepal.