We had amazing 10 days in Nepal with a beaufiful trek in the Anapurnas region (around Gore Pani). The guide from High Himalayan Trekking picked us up directly from the airport. We had the time to visit Kathmandu and Pokara before heading to the Anapurnas. The guide was really nice and helpful. We felt taking care of during the whole trip without to have to worry about anything. We even managed to teach him how to play cards and we spend really nice evening playing cards together and getting to know Nepalese culture.
We also liked the fact that High Himalyan Trekking is associated with a local NGO to support people in the mountain villages. It made us feel that our trip also help indirectly Nepalese people.
Great choice for eco/sustainable tourism!
Langtang Gosainkunda Trek and Rural Nepal village experience
The two weeks with Hari were among the best of my life. We had the luck to immerse ourselves in the real Nepali life in the Langtang region thanks to Hari. A truly incredible experience. I would recommend no any other company than his! Hari is also involved in helping his region as much as possible with such a kindness. He'll guide you and you will learn the Nepali lifestyle as well as the Nepal history along your trip. You can also if you want get involved by volunteering with his association, which is great. Don't miss this opportunity! Not at all commercial, just human :) - Visited December 2015.
Tamang Heritage trek and Langtang trek with High Himalayan Trekking and Expedition
I have had the luck to stay with Hari for 3 weeks as part of my trip to Nepal.
The goal was to go trekking on the Tamang Heritage Trek. In order to give more sense to our trip, we collected funds and clothes for the community around Hari’s village. Through his associative activities, Hari found the perfect project for us and we could even distribute the clothes ourselves in the remote school.
Before heading to the trek, we spent 5 days in Hari’s village where Hari's family hosted us. Seeing how people work and live in this region was a fantastic and humbling experience. We then started the trek directly from the village.
During the Trek, along with his expert guide input, Hari lead us to the best accommodations around. Since Hari is also teaching economics in Kathmandu University we could discuss broader topics such as the Nepali economy and the best ways for Nepal to improve its system.
Finally meeting Hari was one of the highlights of my trip to Nepal.
Chris James C, Visited November 2015
A non touristic area Camping Trek in Langtang region - Yarsa valley Trek
We made a humanitarian trip to the Tamang people living in the Langtang Valley. Hari is an exceptional guide engaged in the life of the valley. It helps many villagers to survive thanks to its trekking agency. We were received like royalty, cooks accompanying us throughout this trek away from everything. If you search the Nepalese authenticity I highly recommend you contact Hari .
Thank you for all my friend!!!
I'm waiting for our next meeting with forward!!
Visited December 2014
Tamang heritage Trail Trek in Langtang region, Nepal
It was a great experience to be one month in Nepal and to spend most of the time with High Himalayan Trekking and Expedition. Mainly being up north close to Langtang Mountain and following the road to Tibet and the Tamang heritage trail was just amazing. Our guide was well organized and able to improvise if necessary. So we had always nice guest houses or charming private places to stay overnight. As he was well experienced and travelled within Nepal from the lowest to the highest regions we learnt a lot about the country, the local culture (Buddhism, yak cheese production, clothes), geographical characteristics (mountains, smuggling paths, special plants and berries) and certain issues of the time we've been there (landslides, destroyed buildings, fuel shortage). Our guide planned the trip always in consideration of the circumstances and everybody’s physical strength. His aim was always to provide us with joy and knowledge to have the best experience possible - so we had it! Visited December 2015.