Sappa Lama (Executive Director)

Mr. Sappa Lama is a professional tourism expert who runs the entire operations of Nepal Base Camp Trek in the position of an Executive Managing Director. Sappa is a native Nepali, was born and raised in the Mid North West region of Nepal’s Himalayas & began his career in Tourism 20 years ago to this day. His hard earned experience has garnered many accolades for the company & he has trekked the length & breadth of the Himalayas, escorting his clients from around the world to some of Nepal’s most famous Himalayan destinations. Mr. Lama is a gentleman who takes much pleasure in the exotic beauty of his country & enjoys to the hilt what he does.

His early start began as a trekking guide at a very early stage in life as a teenager with extensive knowledge of the geography of the land he treaded while providing key services to globetrotters from around the world; sappy was soon elevated to a senior position of chief guide during a short period of time for his deep love of adventure tourism and virtually enjoying the work he has become so well known for…

With a lot of toiling labor done on the punishing trails of Nepal’s beautiful mountains, Sappa has brought much happiness to his clients and has now come a long way in life in a trade close to his heart – adventure tourism. Sappy simply made his clients feel at home wherever he escorted them in the stunning Himalayas.

Currently, Mr. Sappa Lama operates his own outfit with the very hard earned experience he has gathered over the years & heads Nepal Base Camp Treks in its day-to-day operations, bringing joy to his clients who relish his services & has brought much honor to Nepal’s tourism sector…

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Trekkers always comment about bridge crossing when on a trek in Nepal. Not all bridges are modern and some are missing planks giving you a scary, windy view down to the river below. In general, the bridges on the Manaslu Trek are mainly sound – or they were until the earthquake. For instance, the bridge before Machhakhola was damaged by the earthquake and the trail moved to pass along the river bed. During...

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