Message from Director

Warm greetings from Beside the Himalayan family.

Sujan SitaulaOur whole export team would like to welcome our valued customers. With our rich knowledge and hands on experience blend with social network palladium in the field of Trekking, Rafting, Expedition or Mountaineering, Safari etc. Our dedicated staff will strive hard possible to achieve your desired expectation through total customers satisfaction. Our slogan “Holidays for Lifetime Memorable’…, is ready to go for extra miles.

Our team members can lead you to the places which you have never seen or read in any websites or books. At every destination, our wide range of itineraries would take you to ancient cities, mountain trails with varied sceneries making you bolt from the blue.

Go out of your comfort zone. Come let us make your dream holiday come true. Our supports team, world class travel and tour services will surely prove that Nepal is belong to one thousand place to visit as quoted in the travel and living channel.

As instrumental in providing the basic needs of those destitute members of our society in city itself and various districts around the country, we set aside certain percentage of our earnings for the development of education, health care and clothing facilities.

Best Regards,
Sujan Sitaula
Beside The Himalayan Treks and Expedition

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