Perfect vacation destination: Nepal.

Perfect vacation destination: Nepal.

Posted Jan 13th, 2013 under Testimonial,

 

Ms. Simonsen Bodil was the member of Danish lineup which was on the Nepal trip  from October 6 to October 26, 2012. The Danish squad through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel had the home-stays trip to Sele and Samari, trekking expedition to Langtang, sightseeing tour around Kathmandu and Pokhara and the rafting thrill in the Seti River. The visitors had the wonderful retreat during their entire tour in Nepal. Explore Himalaya as their travel guide in Nepal recorded some of her beautiful sentences regarding the excursion.

Here she goes….

“During our first meeting we felt confident as we knew Explore Himalaya was always a step ahead in terms of providing better services. We had the people we needed and we had the best tour guide Sanu. The supporting staffs and our guides made the very good team work”.

“Every hotels, home-stays and camps we stayed in, had the very good standard of services. Home-stay in Samari was exceptionally excellent. Despite of tough natural conditions in the Langtang region hotels were good enough to stay. Meals were good considering the topographical conditions in Nepal. Our transportation was given a high priority with sound cars all the time”.

“5-6 hours of excursion a day in a row is good, 8 hours of journey is even better if we are resting the next day. However, from my point of view, 2-3 hours of day hiking during the trek sometimes could be adjusted in other long trekking day to save the time for some other destinations”.

“Overall the tour to Nepal was exceptionally good and Explore Himalaya is an amazing travel guide around Nepal”.

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