Testimonials

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“We were in Nepal in October 2012 for a total of three weeks, in which we walked the Annapurna Circuit with Hari Nepali as our guide. During this time we had the opportunity to get to know Hari very well. He is obviously a person of high integrity and honesty, and is a very professional and hard worker. He has a deep knowledge of the area, its terrain, habitat, and culture. He speaks good English and was resourceful and helpful in overcoming issues we encountered during the trek. We recommend Hari without a reservation as a guide in Nepal’s wilderness. He will be a very good guide and will also be a very loyal friend.”

Moti Haimovski
Tel Aviv, Israel

“I visited Nepal in 2009 and walked the Annapurna Circuit. I decided to climb the alternative Meso Kanto La pass (5,100m – a camping-only alternative) instead of the Thorung La. Hari was my guide during the trek. It was low season and very hot at first, and there were no other tourists, but Hari helped me through the tough areas and taught me some Nepali. He arranged the camping gear and taught me about the area, and finally I successfully reached the highest pass. I visited his family on the way back and I was invited to have dinner with them. He is a great guide!”

Dr Lars Brouwers
The Netherlands

“Mr. Hari Nepali is a resident of Lete VDC – 5, Mustang, Nepal. He has been supported by National Trust for Nature Conservation – Annapurna Conservation Area Project (NTNC-ACAP) to get licensed trekking guide training from Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM) in 2004.

Since then, he has been carrying out his guiding profession with great professionalism. He is experienced in organising trekking in major destination within Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA); mainly in Upper Mustang, Nar-Phu valley, the Annapurna Circuit, the Annapurna Sanctuary, Ghandruk-Ghorepani, Jomsom-Muktinath, Tilicho Lake and Khopra. He has very good knowledge on culture, tradition, religion, history as well as biodiversity of the area. He was also involved in NTNC-ACAP’s Cheer pheasant and other wildlife survey activities in Lower Mustang. Apart from trekking, he can organize wildlife watching trips in some special areas inside ACA. Additionally, he is capable of organizing jeep/vehicle tours in off the road destinations like the Jomsom-Muktinath route. One of the exceptional expertises he has is to handle emergency and tricky situations well.

We highly recommend Mr. Nepali considering his outstanding guiding performance.”

Santosh Sherchan
Conservation Officer / Officer In-Charge
Unit Conservation Office, Jomsom
Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP)
National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC)