Since its foundation in 2006, iTrekNepal’s aim has been to give trekkers a higher level of service and care than has ever been offered in Nepal. These high standards represent the quality and dedication of our staff, as well as the overall quality of trek’s services. It includes all the lodgings, transportation, meals, and other amenities that we offer on each trek.
Our local office in Nepal, along with an experienced guide, ensures that you have a genuine and full-service trek. You can contact our team instantly via e-mail or phone. They are trekking professionals who can answer any questions you may have about trekking in Nepal and assist you in planning your trip.
iTrekNepal is the first trekking company in Nepal that is based in Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur is the smallest district of Nepal but is famous for its World Heritage site.
Being located near Kathmandu, it makes it easy to travel between both the Nepal countryside and metropolitan Kathmandu from here. Guests staying with us in Bhaktapur always find a calm haven away from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu though.
iTrekNepal has been supporting the work of the New Hope Society which brings aid to earthquake-stricken communities. They also support disadvantaged village children with educational opportunities. We are even, supporting the Takru Village Project, bringing internet and PC technology to the villages in the Annapurna region.
Key features of our company
- Flexible trip dates and group size
- Experienced local guides
- Flexible payment options
- Quality accommodations you can trust
- Transportation throughout your trip
- Contribution to the local community
- No hidden or extra costs
About the person behind iTrek
Shree Koju started his journey working as a cultural tour guide. He himself is a highly experienced Nepal culture guide who is known for going above and beyond business requirements to ensure that iTrek guests have the best time possible in Nepal.
He has been in the tourism industry for over ten years and is a member of the ECO tourism association as well as a “Heritage of Nepal” City guide recognized by the Nepal Tourism Board.
Shree was the Nepal national gymnastics champion for ten years and still instructs the sport. Perhaps, that is why he has both the physical and mental ability to climb any mountain ahead of him.
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