Passages Nepal P. Ltd. A Trekking company promises you a rewarding trip with an experience that lasts your lifetime amidst natural and cultural beauties. Here you will find committed team members, world-class quality, personalized service, closest cooperation, 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 Passages Nepal Trekking, Expeditions are supremely confident to bring outstanding service throughout your trip without any unnecessary discomfort and hassle, it is guaranteed.
We also consider the effects of tourism on our destinations and promote responsible travel on our trips. Passages Nepal treks and Expeditions Pvt. Ltd. cares for the proper wages and proper working conditions for porters and mountain guides. They also arrange for a tree to be planted for every person that climbs the mountain so that every traveler can make a positive contribution to the fight against climate change. We encourage our customers to be sensitive when it comes to both photography and dress code, urging travelers to respect differences, privacy, and modesty.
Nepal, Geographically small in size, but with its varied terrain, diverse cultural and lifestyle patterns, the high Himalayas including the 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 while you are in Nepal.
Whether you are looking for a holiday in Nepal or in Tibet or Bhutan, we have a trip for you that suits your personal preference and timeframe. So join us today, and let us plan your holiday down to the smallest details. We would take immense pleasure to be of service to you.
Passage Nepal Pvt. Ltd is accountable for the way we affect the local community and environment in the areas we operate in. Our recent great strides in ensuring that a Responsible Travel and tourism philosophy is incorporated into all aspects of our business.
We are appointed to include Travel coordinate, setting up a Responsible Travel team, introducing Responsible Travel elements into our trips, auditing all our trips in terms of how 'responsible' they are, linking up with charities, and auditing our office energy efficiency.
Passages Nepal simply be considered at every level of decision-making. This section of our website is dedicated to giving you more information and putting responsible travel and tourism into practice for your whole trip, which includes trekking, tours, expedition, climbing, safaris, and others.
We always welcome your feedback and your experiences regarding Responsible Travel and tourism that we respect and support. Please kindly Email us regarding responsible travel and tourism that we hint at and respect.
In addition, Following the instruction and information on passages to Nepal or Independent travel is a great way to keep your mind, and your eyes, wide open. Wherever you go and whatever you do, you'll come face to face with new cultures, meeting entirely new people with a completely different view of the world. You'll come across colorful customs, and strong, happy communities living in all kinds of environments. We strive to help preserve and support world communities of every description, to ensure that our trips are sustainable as well as authentic, fun, and Responsible.
Minimum Criteria and its impact on Responsible Travel and Tourism.
As we are travel, trekking, and adventure operators, 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 impacts on the environment due to unregulated tourism adventures. So we discharge our duties very seriously towards the preservation of nature as well. Especially for a tented camping trek, we always use kerosene to cook with, and our rubbish is well disposed of, or carry out all with us. This leaves the minimal impact of our activities to nature, and helps it to exist in its natural splendor as well as respect the local society, Their culture and make a contribution on cleaning up the villages for next season and other trekkers and travelers.
Cares for Guides, porters, Sherpas, and Staff:
Passage Nepal is small but well known for job responsibilities and well-staffing that all of our staff are well paid and insured. They are provided sufficient equipment and emergency helicopter evacuation in case of emergency. All of our staff are paid regular remuneration and bonuses. We provide training and development opportunity to each staff to enhance their personality. Training mostly focused on the interest of our staff and office needy.
Every off-season provides training on administration and management, English and other specific languages we need and is interested in, Trekking and mountaineering training with AMS, Hospitality and natural preservation, and an Environment.
We operate the trek according to the 5 guidelines of the International Porter Protection Group (IPPG)
we provide a windproof jacket and trousers, fleece jacket, long johns, suitable footwear (leather boots in snow), socks, hat, gloves, and sunglasses to save from cold, rain, and snow.
We take care of their goods, shelter means twin sharing rooms or tents, blankets or sleeping bags, hot drinking and cooking equipment, and fuel.
Porters should be provided with the same standard of medical care as you would expect for yourself, and life insurance.
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 the cost of rescue and treatment.
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.
Trekking in any region means bringing wealth into that region in any region means bringing wealth into region. We are aware that this wealth is not fairly distributed; there is no easy solution to this. However, we choose not to use the over-wealthy establishments unless there is no alternative, and the service we seek to offer our clients is likely to be compromised. Most of these establishments, wealthy or not use local staff. The money received by Himalayan Glacier goes towards maintaining the quality of our operation including local staff training regarding all aspects of tourism in the country.
We have installed our own clean water system in the office negating the need to buy clean water in plastic containers. We boil and use purification tablets to minimize the rapid pollution growth. Our guides carry iodine supplies on treks and we encourage clients to have their own supply
All of our tours have one member of staff whose main responsibility is to ensure we are adhering to good practice and treading lightly.
Through our study center in Ghandruk, we are able to link people to the aims and objectives of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project. The center also has a policy of separating waste for appropriate disposal. We do Campaigns in the trekking villages or destinations to disposal.
The main objectives of this project were to increase environmental awareness between individuals and groups who directly and indirectly participate in the mountain activities
Contribution to the Local community and Social Responsibility:
Passages Nepal trekking and Expedition invest a minimum of 5% of its profit for charitable work led by HEED Nepal Organization. We sponsor school kids and poor and needy people from remote areas. We support building the school in the rural mountain villages with minimum contribution from the local people and support to buy books, notebooks, and teacher wages. We have been contributing to children who are in need of their education. Besides we also run community-based environmental projects, Healthcare initiatives in schools and communities through learning by education and Medical camps. We have also put our effort into water and sanitation, road construction, drinking water supply, and community healthcare services in remote and underprivileged villages. Sometimes we also launch awareness programs against environmental degradation due to unhealthy practices, social problems, superstitions, and old beliefs still prevailing in our society that has 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 Recycled Handicrafts, benefited 100s of families, and supports their children’s education, healthcare payments, and family in need. The empowerment program in equal involvement in the social activities is successful that we have supported. They are all in remote areas from remote mountain villages.
A few thoughts for the responsible travelers
We sincerely observe Responsible Tourism practices, and our policies are guided by the principles of Economic Responsibility, Social Responsibility, and Environmental Responsibility. We endeavor to be role models for those around us and hope that our principles can contribute to awareness and make a change.
Read up on the countries you plan to visit The welcome will be warmer if you take an interest and speak even a few words of the local language
Think small when booking a holiday for example bed and breakfasts, village houses, and locally owned accommodation benefit local families. Help the local economy of developing countries by buying local produce in preference to imported goods.
If bargaining to buy an item, bear in mind that a small amount to you could be extremely important to the seller.
Realize that often the people in the country you are visiting have different time concepts and thought patterns from your own, this does not make them inferior, only different.
Instead of the western practice of knowing all the answers, cultivate the habit of asking questions and discover the enrichment of seeing a different way of life through others' eyes. Remember that man travels the world in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
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