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Sewaktu saya ditugaskan oleh persatuan NOBAT untuk mendapatkan khidmat 'trekking guide' bagi ekspedisi NOBAT Himalaya 2013, saya telah menghubungi beberapa 'trekking agent' di Kathmandu melalui emel. Saya tertarik dengan laman web Rabin Gurung dan 'testimonial' dari beberapa individu yang penat mendapatkan khidmatnya. Rabin memberikan tawaran kos yang paling berpatutan. Dari raut wajahnya saja saya yakin dia adalah orang yang jujur dan'friendly'. Satu kelebihan lain ialah dia boleh berbahasa Malaysia.
Apabila bertemu dengan Rabin buat pertama kalinya di Kathmandu, memang sah bahawa kami telah membuat pilihan yang tepat. Sepanjang trekking, Rabin sangat professional dalam khidmatnya. Beliau flexible dan mudah diajak berunding. Kami tidak lagi menganggapnya sebagai pemandu jalan tetapi sebagai sahabat..kepada sesiapa yang ingin trekking di Himalaya, sila dapatkan khidmat Rabin. Saya percaya anda bakal membuat pilihan yang tepat.
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Jaistin Tamin@NOBAT, Sabah, Malaysia.
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While Rabin is a very knowledgeable and cabable guide it was his kindness, Warm smile, and Constant eagernessto help that made our trip truly memorable. Rabin quickly earned our trust and friendship and would be an exlcellent campanion on any trek ! we would very happily Recommend Rabin to any one who is making a trip in Nepal. He is is a wonderful person, and a good friend.
(Jasen Moore and Helen Kerrandjas)
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jason.moore@maclaren.com
191 Millwood Rd, Upper Toronto, ON M4S 1J6 Canada
www.adventuremountainguide.net
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Independent Trekking Guide in Nepal http://www.independenttrekguideinnepal.blogspot.com and My name is Krishna Adhikari. I am a register trekking guide in the Nepalese Himalaya. Before guide working several years as a porter, and becoming fluent in English I became a guide in 2001. I have spent the past ten years as a professional Trekking Guide in Nepal, I have been working 6 years in several company but now I am presently working as an independent guide. I was born in the West north of Nepal situated in Ganesh Himal which is well located of Nepal wilderness trekking region. I am a qualified guide with a government license. I obtain license in the year of 1998. I have been working in Nepalese Sustainable Eco Tourism for since begin my involving in this travel, tourism industry. Trekking, guiding experience for a range of clients from many diverse countries around the world. Travelers, trekkers hoping to climb high passes, peaks, I provide accommodation this demanding and gratifying adventure. My knowledge includes high adventure pass trekking, peak climbing like Island Peak, Mera Peak, Pisang Peak and more.
During the last 15 years, I have become very familiar with many trekking destination, including Everest, Annapurna, Langtang Regions, As well as Mustang, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Dhaulagiri, Kanchanjunga, Dolpa regions. I have such idea about local culture, history, environmental issues in the areas where I been trekking. My experience includes Mera peak 6461m., Island peak 6189m., Kalapathar 5648m., Gokyo peak 5370m., Tseryo Ri 4620m. These are view point, I lead adventure pass many high passes in Nepal, Larkye pass 5185, Chola pass 5366, Renjola pass 5340m, Khambala pass 5390m., Ganjala pass 5100m., thorong pass 5416m., Mesekunda pass 5110m. (Annapurna region), French pass 5370m and Thapa Pass 5260m. Dhaulagiri circuit region. Unique treks into areas of Nepal that are off the beaten track and infrequently visited by foreigners. All treks offer impressive scenery and a viewpoint into Nepali culture. I can tailor our treks to meet your wishes. http://www.independenttrekguideinnepal.blogspot.com
 

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Jomsom Muktinath Trek
The Jomsom Trek is indeed a classical trek, essentially the final third of the Annapurna Circuit, follows the Kali Gandaki Valley between the soaring peak of Annapurna
& Dhaulagiri. Finally, it emerges to the north of the main Himalayan range, on the dry, desert- like Tibetan Plateau. A several days walk beyond Jomsom, takes you the final destination, Muktinath, the holy temple. This trek allows access to the high mountains of the Himalayas within a reasonable timeframe and without ascending to extreme altitude. You will then return to Pokhara by taking a flight from Jomsom.
Itinerary:
Day 01: Your arrival to Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA), you will be met by our Airport Representative, and transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara - 4-5 hours scenice drive by Private Car / van. Overnight at hotel.
Day 03: One hour drive to Nayapul by private Car / Van, we then begin trek to Tikhedhunga We begin our trek at Nayapul, driving to the road head. After 15- minutes short walk along the bank of the Modi Khola, we reach Birethanti (1065m) a large village that has many shops & teahouses. From there, the trail continues through the village. The trail follows the north bank of the Bhurungdi Khola. From there, the trail climbs steadily up the side of the valley to Hille at 1495m & after the short climb, we reach Tikhedhunga at 1525m. This trek offers a short & relatively easy day, during journey & allows us to become used to the experience of trekking in Nepal. Overnight at Guest House.
Day 04: Trek to Ghorepani Leaving Tikhedunga, we begin our journey with steep climb to Ulleri. Ulleri is a large Magar village at 2070m. Then the trail continues to ascend more gently, through fine forests of oak & rhododendron towards Banthanti at 2250m. Then we make our trek towards Nangethanti at 2460m. After an hour walk brings you to Ghorepani at 2775m. Overnight at Guest House.
Day 05: Ghorepani to Tatopani This day early in the morning at 5 o'clock, we begin the trek for hiking to Poon Hill. It takes an hour to climb from here to Poon Hill, offering you one of the best Himalayan viewpoints in Nepal from where spectacular Himalayan ranges with amazing sunrise view can be seen very closely. After observing the wonderful Himalayas views, we return to Ghorepani and we will have hot breakfast. After breakfast, we continue our journey to Tatopani. The trail makes a descend steeply to Chitre at 2390m. As the trail drops down through Sikha, the hills are extensively terraced. Sikha is a large village with shops and hotels at 1980m, from there the trail descends gently to Ghara at 1705m. A further steep descent of 500m takes you to the Ghar Khola where the trail crosses the river on a suspension bridge. We then make another climb up above the Kaligandaki River before crossing that too. As you turn north, it takes you to the Tatopani at 1180m. Tato means 'hot' and pani is 'water', a name earned courtesy of the hot springs by the river. Tatopani is one of the popular shorter trek spot out of Pokhara. Overnight at Guest House.
Day 06: Tatopani to Kalopani Today, the trail continues up the Kali Gandaki gorge. This is considered to be the deepest in the world which is situated as it is between the two 8000m peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. From there, trail rises gently up to Dana at 1400m, & on to Rupse Chhahara at 1550m, there you can see a stunning waterfall. As the trail crosses to the eastern bank of the river, you will reach Kopchepani, & then crosses back to the western side on a suspension bridge at 1935m. From here it is a short climb to Ghasa at 2080m. The trail continues to ascend & pass through Lete at 2470m, shortly before arriving at Kalopani at an elevation of 2560m, where we obtain superb views of the Nilgiri peaks to the east. Overnight at Guest House.
Day 07: Kalopani to Marpha This day we start the trek by crossing to the eastern side of the river, but cross back again further up the trail
 


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