Recommended by Adil AVCI, Brussels/Belgium-Istanbul/Turkey
4 zor günün sonunda, sık orman patikalarından, çiçeklerin, yamaçlardaki çiftçi köylerinden, langur maymunlarının yanından ve kayalık tepelerin
arasından geçerek, dört mevsimi aynı gün içinde yaşayarak, yağmurla ve karla yarışarak, güneşle terleyerek 8 mart lokal saatle 15:00 civarı Annapurna Base Camp'a ulaştık (4130m) kendimi profesyonel dağcı gibi hissediyorum çünkü birçok insanın
zor nefes aldığı, ağır baş ağrısı çektiği, yükseklik hastalığı yaşadığı bir noktada! Ben kendimi çok iyi hissettim. Sadece gece kar fırtınası vardı ve sıcaklık -15 in altına düştü ama ertesi sabah uyandığımızdaki manzara muhteşemdi. 5000'i göremedim çünkü bi akşam önceki kar işi zorlaştırdı, bu anıtsal dağlar kendi iklimini yaratıyor ama kampı geçerek 4400m ye çıktık ve dünyanın en tehlikeli ve ölümcül iki üç dağıyla yüzyüze gelmek inanılmaz bir duyguydu. Machhapuchhre diğer adıyla Balık Kuyruğu (6997m), Annapurna South (7219m) ve dünyanın en tehlikeli, ölümcül dağı Annapurna First (8091m) arkadaşım Yaka ile birlikte Nepal şarkıları söyleyerek çok eğlendik. En iyi takımlardan biriydik! Rehberim Yaka Simkhada 9 günlük trekking boyunca çok iyiydi ve bana herşeyde çok yardımcı oldu. Eğer bir gün Nepal'e gelip Trekking tatili yapmaya karar verirseniz ona güvenebilirsiniz;)
After 4 hard days, passing through tight jungle paths, by flowers, by farmer villages on hillsides, by langur monkeys and in between rocky hills, living the four seasons in one day, racing with rain and snow, sweating with sun we've made it to the
Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) 8 of march at 15:00 local time. I feel like a professional mountainer because i felt great at an altitude that so many people get sick, with severe headache and high altitude sickness. Only there was snow storm at night and temperatures was down below -15 but next morning the view was amazing.
I couldn't make it to 5000m because of the heavy snow night before, these
monumental mountains creates their own climate but we made it to 4400m and faced some of the most dangerous mountain peaks on earth. It was a wonderful feeling.
Machhapuchhre also called Fish Tail (6997m), Annapurna South(7219m) and most dangerous, deadliest mountain in the world Annapurna First (8091m) We had a lot of fun with my friend Yaka Simkhada singing Nepalese songs. We're one of the best teams ;) i had great time with Yaka Sinkhada, he was really nice and helpful to me during our
9 days Annapurna Base Camp trekking. I highly recommend you to trust him if you ever decide to do trekking holidsys in Nepal;)
Recommended by firstname.lastname@example.org, USA
I had the opportunity to make a short trip to Nepal in late June, while travelling from Hong Kong to Mumbai. Having made the trip on short notice, I really hadn’t fully planned the visit. I met Buddhi Basnet at the airport, and he was able to help me with the Everest flight, and also with a tour of the city. He arranged for the next morning sightseeing flight to Everest, and then when the flight turned back because of low visibility, he arranged for the flight the next day. For the tour of the sites in Kathmandu, he arranged for one of his drivers Dipak to take me around the city. Dipak was a very good guide, and was extremely helpful as he took me to some shops to get replacement items as my luggage was lost going into Kathmandu. Buddhi even offered to help me later to locate my luggage at the airport, as I was only there for three days. Overall it was a good experience with Blue Mountain Travel, and when I return I will definitely contact Buddhi.
Recommended by email@example.com, USA
My wife and I visited Nepal in March 2013 and were assisted in our arrangements by Mr Buddhi Basnet of Blue Mountain Travel & Tours. I showed Buddhi our outline programme and he suggested hotels at each stop. What I liked was the lack of pressure. Buddhi said he would check what rates he could negotiate for us but invited me to check on the internet to see if I could do better. Buddhi also suggested that we hire a car and driver for our travels outside the Kathmandu valley. At first this seemed like an extravagance but, on reflection, we warmed to the idea.The total cost for thirteen days stopping at Manakanama, Bandipur, Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan and back to Kathmandu was a little over USD400 including fuel. Buddhi came to our hotel at Bodhnath to introduce us to our driver, Prakash, and to see us off. The car was a comfortable two year old Indian built saloon and Prakash proved to be an excellent driver - very safe and doubling as tour guide in addition to his driving duties. There is no question that having a car and driver at our disposal greatly enhanced our enjoyment of our trip around Nepal. I would recommend others to consider this option. On our return to Kathmandu Buddhi also organised our Everest flights including early morning transport to the airport and even invited us to his home for an evening meal.
For anyone planning a trip to Nepal I can thoroughly recommend Mr Buddhi Basnet of "Blue Mountain Travels & Tours."
Recommended by Dante González, .
Mi esposa y yo (mexicanos) conocimos a Buddi jun Basnet (Gerente de Blue Mountain Travels and Tours) en el aeropuerto de Kathmandú. De ahí nos trasladamos a su oficina en el centro de la ciudad, y en un rato estructuró un viaje para visitar dos sitios turísticos de la capital, y una caminata de 3 días en los Himalaya. Inclusive, en cuestión de minutos consiguío el permiso para hacer senderismo en las montañas, y los boletos de avión hacia Lukla (punto de inicio del sendero hacia el Éverest). Desde el principio fue muy claro en los conceptos incluidos en el viaje. Cumplió con todo lo acordado, y al final nos invitó a una cena típica Nepalí, atendidos por el y su fina esposa. Conocer Nepal es una gran experiencia inolvidable, y para ello, recomiendo ampliamente a Buddi y su agencia de viajes".
Recommended by Erhan Olcer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Me (Erhan Olcer) and my wife (Serpil YILMAZ OLCER) had a wonderful time in Kathmandu and around by kind assistance of Mr.Buddhi Bahadur Basnet from Blue Mountain Travels company.
Besides his professional approach in handling our 2 days tour package, Mr.Basnet has given us his friendship and deep knowledge while driving around exciting places of the city as well as the Nagarkot region.
We must confess that, we have been very much impressed by not only the wonders of Nepal capital itself but also the warm and kindly atmosphere offered by Mr.Buddhi Bahadur Basnet on behalf of Blue Mountain Travels company.
Heartful of thanks... and wish to meet you again in Kathmandu...
Recommended by Marco & Rita, Brazil
In April-May 2011, we spent almost 20 days in Nepal. We went to Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan National Park.
In Kathmandu we visited the main Buddhists and Indus temples and then we headed to Pokara from where we left for a 11-days trekking aiming the Annpurna base camp. After Pokara we went to Chitwan where we did a photographic safari, canoing and driving elephants.
In this tour we had the support of Blue Mountain Travels & Tours and we were really satisfied and very impressed with the professionalism and dedication of Mr. Buddhi Basnet.
Always kind, Buddhi received us in his house, where we enjoyed the excellent local cuisine.
During our stay we were guided by Mr. Ram Bhattharai to whom we extend special thanks. We also thanks to Barat, the porter who was always close during the trekking.
We are used to make trips and have the support of local companies, but the treatment of Blue Mountain is especially close.
Thank you Budhi, Ram and Barat. We really hope to use your professional services again.
Recommended by Peter Soule, .
In December I visited Kathmandu for several days and am incredibly pleased with the professionalism and reliability of Buddhi Basnet and Blue Mountain Tours & Treks. Buddhi helped me create a detailed itinerary beforehand and kept me posted of all important details ensuring there were no surprises or hassles. He also tailored a tour to my budget and interests, making sure to help me create a full itinerary that was at the same time not too busy or rushed. Although I had my own ideas for hotels that I found on the internet, he suggested ones that turned out being much better than I had been able to find. I think for a trip to Nepal there is no substitute for "local knowlege" and Buddhi is an expert in this area. He welcomed me at the airport with a smile and set me up with an experienced and friendly guide. He checked in with me during my short trip and I even visited his home and met his family. This kind of personal touch I could never have had otherwise, and have rarely had with other tour companies-- this made my trip to Nepal unforgettable.
Hope that is useful. Thanks again Buddhi! You are a good businessman and more important, a kind soul.
Recommended by Bruce Bradford, Round Lake, Illionois,USA
I went for trek with my family in the Annapurna region in the fall of 2009. It was a great experience.
Before going there, I though trekking was only for strong and young people. I was surprised to find there are easy treks that elderlies and children can also do.
It was a great trek.
Recommended by Bonita Ibbie Alfredo, Madrid, Spain
Nepal is one of the best places to visit in the world, guys. Don't miss it. Must visit place, at least once in lifetime.
Recommended by Poulin Susan, Montreal, Canada
What a beautiful country and how hospitable people. I will come to Nepal everytime I get a chance
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