Pemba Tenzing Sherpa, As a native Sherpa from the gateway to Mt. Everest region, I am simply following our father’s footsteps. It is our pride and pleasure to organize trekking and climbing trips all throughout Nepal including Sikkim and Bhutan to continue the preserving the hospitality legacy from our ancestors.
Our experience does not limit on the mountains and treks we guide, the deep knowledge of culture and traditions with dedicated for both quality and safety in the tourism industry is a must. Our highly experienced local guides and staffs are from different diversity of tribes mixed to provide the highest level of experience to our clients’ interest.
SOCIAL AND CHARITABLE WORKS
When you travel with the Sherpa Guide Service, you are also being part of the Nepal Government’s “MEDAL OF HONOR” recipient for our selflessness charitable works. THE SHERPA FOUNDATION is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization based in Edwards, near Vail Colorado USA.
With the help of Sherpa Foundation’s friends from Americas and around the world, we were able to help-built hundreds of family homes, Historic Monasteries, Cultural preservation and many other projects in the Mt. Everest regions after the devastating 7.9 & 7.2 magnitudes of earthquake in early spring of 2015 which took close to 10,000 lives and destroyed over 800,000 homes.
Our humanitarian works continues all over Nepal partnering with various other international organizations. If you have not had the pleasure of helping others, please come to join and experience the beauty of solving others minor problems.
The current trend in Trekking and Mountaineering industry needs to change favoring the workforce, ie, Guides, Porters, and staffs who are the vital part in making a successful trip. We want to be your reliable friend and partner in organizing fun-filled adventure and holiday vacation. With confidence, know that you are in one of the best hands in travel and tourism hospitality business with deep connections. We want all our guest to come curious and leave with excitement and urge to return back seeking more and different type of experience in Nepal.