Nepal Trailblazer Trekking promises you a rewarding trip with an experience that last you lifetime amidst natural and cultural beauties. Here you will find committed team member, world-class quality, personalized service, closest co-operation and great company. Our trekking crews have more than a decade of trek leadership experience. We ensure you get the ultimate holiday experience that exceeds your expectation. Quality service is what matters the most. We at Nepal Trailblazer Trekking are supremely confident to bring outstanding service throughout your trip without any unnecessary discomfort and hassle, it is guaranteed.
Geographically Nepal is small in size, but with its varied terrain, diverse cultural and lifestyle pattern, high Himalayas including top of the universe, we can safely say that it is vast, it is truly a paradise for adventure, a perfect spot for ultimate holiday experience.
Whether you are looking for a holiday in Nepal or in Tibet or in Bhutan, we have a trip for you that suits your personal preference and timeframe. So join us today, let us plan your holiday down to the smallest details. We would take immense pleasure to be of service to you.
We firmly believe that nature is the biggest asset. We never undertake any activity that goes against nature. Our team is well-trained and aware of possible impact to environment due to the unregulated tourism adventures. So we discharge our duties very seriously towards preservation of nature as well. Especially for tented camping trek, we always use kerosene to cook with, and our rubbish is well disposed, or carry out all with us. This leaves minimal impact of our activities to nature, and helps it to exist in its natural splendor.
Contribution to the local communities:
Nepal Trailblazer Trekking invests its certain portion of profit for charitable cause. We sponsor school kids, poor and needy people from remote areas. We have been contributing children who are in need for their education. Besides we also run community base environmental projects. We have also put our effort into road construction, drinking water supply, and community health service in some remote and underprivileged area. Sometimes we also launch awareness programs against environmental degradation due to unhealthy practices, social problems, superstitions, old beliefs still prevailing in our society that have been proved to be barriers to social development. We have noticed tremendous changes in people due to such campaigns and interaction programs. Recently we have set up Trailblazer Social foundation which is eyeing to expand its charitable programs to most of the disadvantaged and underdeveloped remote areas of Nepal.
Care for porters & staff:
All of our staffs are well paid and insured. They are provided sufficient equipments, and emergency helicopter evacuation in case of emergency. All of our staffs are paid regular remuneration and bonuses. Training and development opportunity is also provided to each staff to enhance their personality.
We operate the trek according to the 5 guidelines of International Porter Protection Group (IPPG).
1: Clothing appropriate to season and altitude must be provided to porters for protection from cold, rain and snow. This may mean: windproof jacket and trousers, fleece jacket, long johns, suitable footwear (leather boots in snow), socks, hat, gloves and sunglasses.
2: Above the tree line porters should have a dedicated shelter, either a room in a lodge or a tent (the trekkers' mess tent is no good as it is not available till late evening), a sleeping pad and a blanket (or sleeping bag). They should be provided with food and warm drinks, or cooking equipment and fuel.
3: Porters should be provided with the same standard of medical care as you would expect for yourself, and life insurance.
4: Porters should not be paid off because of illness/injury without the leader or the trekkers assessing their condition carefully. The person in charge of the porters (sirdar) must let their trek leader or the trekkers know if a sick porter is about to be paid off. Failure to do this has resulted in many deaths. Sick/injured porters should never be sent down alone, but with someone who speaks their language and understands their problem, along with a letter describing their complaint. Sufficient funds should be provided to cover cost of rescue and treatment.
5: No porter should be asked to carry a load that is too heavy for their physical abilities (maximum: 20 kg on Kilimanjaro, 25 kg in Peru and Pakistan, 30 kg in Nepal). Weight limits may need to be adjusted for altitude, trail and weather conditions; experience is needed to make this decision.