Martin Lundén
Martin Lundén

I can highly recommend the Nepal New Generation Trek. I have booked through that company already 3 times and if I go back to Nepal I will book through Nepal New Generation Trek again.

My first experience was in November 2007. I had booked a single trekking for Annapurna circuit. It was perfect organized, the guide was very professional, and spoke very good English. Guide and porter were well equipped which is in my opinion also very important.

In April 2010 I had booked another trip through this company. I did a 20 day trip including Everest base camp, Kalapattar, Gokyo, and passing Chola pass. A single trek. Also this time I was completely satisfied. Again I had a very professional guide and you could tell straight away that he has many years of experience.

The company is very professional. Guides seem to me as I had three times the experience all very professional and speak very well English and guides know the region very well. They are also very responsible and really take care for customers I cannot think of something that was not good or could have been better. For me it seems this is really a great company helpful responsible reliable very professional. One day I will go back to Nepal and there is no way that I would give a try to another company, because this one I had already 2 times an excellent experience.

Martin Lundén

 

Marie Thé Beillot
Marie Thé Beillot
"Back from NEPAL, we encourage any average walker to undertake the Annapurna BALCONY We did it with a LOCAL TREK AGENCY in Kathmandu which offers many treks, of all levels, in the Himalayas NEPAL (Anapurna, Everest, Dolpo, Mustang ....) TIBET BOUTHAN: NEW GENERATION TREK As soon as we arrived in Kathmandu, we were taken in charge by Ganga Tamang and her team.His French guide, the pleasant Bina, first introduced us to Wealth of Kathmandu then accompanied us throughout the trek.Our group was 6 people and the New Generation Trex team consisted of guide, sherpa, cook and 3 porters.With 5 to 6 hours of daily walking, we were able to approach the high peaks, in an excellent atmosphere, with improved meals in the lodges by the cook ... while discovering the tropical forests, the villages and their inhabitants (Ulleri, Ghorepani, Gandruk, Landruk, Damphus. ..) . "
Patrice Lecoq, Prof. of Anthropology at the Université of Paris I
Patrice Lecoq, Prof. of Anthropology at the Université of Paris I
"I met Mr Ganga Bdr Tamnag some month ago, when I try to organise a trip around Mount Kailash in Tibet. As I could not get the permit from China, he offers me to go to Mustang, a small Tibetan district in Northern part of Nepal that I was dreaming to visit for more than 30 years, and around the Annapurna where I went alone 33 years ago.
Francois Calvet
Francois Calvet
THE SOLER: a guide of high mountain Nepali meets the students of the school group François Arago Monday, October 12, 2015, the students of the school group François Arago had the pleasure of meeting Ganga TAMANG, guide of high Nepali montage of passage in our department.