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Your flights to Lukla from Kathmandu may be diverted to Ramechhap Airport. Here’s Why!

Your flights to Lukla from Kathmandu may be diverted to Ramechhap Airport. Here’s Why!

How to choose the best trekking company in Nepal?

Irish born Everest Base Camp Trek leader, C0-Founder: Susan Devitt

There are a huge number of companies offering treks in Nepal, finding the right people can be daunting. At Take on Nepal we believe that by taking a strong ethical approach to all that we do will result in a positive outcome for our clients. Because we take genuine care and interest in all of our team members this results in a happy team who provide an authentic and meaningful experience for all of our trekkers.

Why Choose Take On Nepal?

Take on Nepal is one of the few trekking companies to be owned and operated by a Nepali born individual, Som Tamang, and his Irish life partner Susan. Som and Susan have made Cairns their home and love this wonderful community, they are always available for support and advice in the lead up to your trek. Experienced, professional and safe, Take on Nepal work hard to ensure your time in Nepal, is the very best it can be. Take on Nepal is committed to ethical, sustainable operations, on every level, with positive outcomes for all involved.

How do we make positive changes to people’s lives , every trip?

This is not just a statement. We strive every day to make positive change to peoples lives. Our treks and tours are designed to showcase the real Nepal to visitors. To showcase not only the beauty of the Himalayas and Mount Everest, but the many other places which are off the beaten track. We connect visitors with locals, who enrich each other with shared experiences and cultural exchanges. Take on Nepal strives to succeed in all its endeavors as we’ve seen over the past several years of operations that we do make positive change in community and also for our program/trek participants.

How do we train our young female guide for Everest Base Camp Trek?

At Take on Nepal, we’re all about empowering women, giving the village girls the opportunities that their brothers have and opening their eyes to the possibilities of a larger world. We are determined to grow our numbers of women guides as we grow as a company. Our female guides are our heavy hitters, and all have a bright future ahead of them. They act as inspirations to many of the younger girls in the village, showing them that it is possible to strive for more than marriage at 14 or 15. We are one of the only trekking companies offering training and employment opportunities to women

How to get Everest Base camp Trek value for money?

Our prices are mostly fully inclusive of accommodation, meals, English speaking guides, national park entry fees and any other associated costs. We’re committed to supporting the economic growth and prosperity of the remote regional villages and communities we engage with.

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