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. This journey with him as guide was a real pleasure, because Ganga Bdr Tamnag is a charming and dedicated person, and a high-level guide, who knows very well the cultural tradition of Nepal and neighbouring countries, including Tibet where he travel many time, but also Korea and parts of China. When he was young, before being a graduating national mountain guide in Nepal, Ganga Bdr Tamnag has been formed as a porter, a cook, and a helper in Himalayan expedition in India. So he knows all aspects of the business, which makes it an ideal partner, particularly appreciated by the local population. Married to a delightful Tibetan woman, he knows all aspects of the Buddhist religion and also Hinduism. He is also the director of a small family agency: Nepal New Generation Trek, which is very dynamic and not very expansive comparing to the other trekking or tourism agencies, that I do recommend to all lovers of Nepal and trekking in the Himalaya. All of its staff members (guides, porters) speak English or French, and they have received a high-level training designed to familiarize them with dangerous situations. For each of the groups they accompany, they enjoy complete equipment, including clothing, shoes, pharmacy kit, but are also fully insured in case of accident, including repatriation by helicopter if they need it. I still have an unforgettable experience in my Mustang in the company of Ganga, he and its team are now a faithful companions. So I do highly recommend Nepal New Generation to all of the people who love Nepal and those who want to travel in Nepal and in the Himalaya."

 

Maurice DAUMAS
Maurice DAUMAS
"Nepal New Generation Adventure was recommended to me by a connoisseur of Nepal, for his professionalism and the human qualities of his director, Ganga Tamang. I was able to appreciate all this in March-April 2015, just before the earthquake. Contact of the Nepal New Generation team, I can only warmly recommend its director, guides and porters to anyone who wants to experience the mountains and culture of Nepal in excellent these conditions." :)
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. ..) . "
Yoshiko SUGIYAMA
Yoshiko SUGIYAMA
"From April to May 2018, I participated in the Royal Trek starting from Pokhara. It was a very pleasant trek through the professionalism of the team (porter, cook) led by Mr. Ganga who is also a guide for the Nepal New Generation representative. We offered high quality services such as attentive attention to the physical condition of the participants, securing of safety, communication with residents in the visited villages, explanation about culture and religion. Mr. Ganga supports young people by hiring young people in the village of their hometown who was damaged by the earthquake in May 2015. Moreover, it seems that part of the profit is used for recovery of the village."