I don’t usually write reviews but I had to for this! Did the Annapurna base camp trek via poon hill! Somehow my partner managed to persuade me to do this saying it was a long walk... luckily we had an awesome guide dipak, on the way up he would show us plants and what they were used for, he was always singing and dancing, gave me a leg massage every evening, and fed us cookies every day which was a bonus!! We had a porter Krissna ( we call him water man) was a hero, I didn’t carry a thing, he carried everything but yet always managed to keep a smile on his face! Would defiantly recommend this company, when booking we met KP who went through absolutely everything with us, gave us drinks while we went through things. Had an amazing time!!Jadebigrave , Denmark
Had an excellent trek in May with Raj, the guide and Anjan, the porter on the Annapurna circuit...both were very attentive as to my needs...i.e., stopping for water or simply to rest...we walked at my pace on the “flats” and Raj’s pace on the steep inclines per my request...Raj has vast experience and knowledge of the entire area...I completed the trek to the basecamp of Everest in 2016... but was encouraged to experience Annapurna...the views were spectacular and makes it hard to pick one over the other...doing a solo trek, I was hopeful of having a good experience ...I highly recommend this company to anyone looking for a reasonable price and qualified guides/porters...I am 66yrs old.Neil , United States
Hi, I'm Jan from Holland, age 53 years and last year our oldest son did the Annapurna Trek. His photos ans stories convinced me to do this also. Now was a good moment. From Green Valley Trekking I got quick and good information. Raj was very helpful in many ways. The plan was to join in a group and share a porter. But there was no group at 13 juni, so I had to carry my own bag and Dipak became my guide. That was the start of a wonderful journey. It was warm and we walked fast. Dipak told a lot about plants and trees. In the evening we played cards and learned eachother games (less than 1, jokeren) and had good fun. In time we grew to eachother and had good talks aswell as singing and dancing. We sang happy bearth day for 2 friends of my running team. Dipak learned me a lot about Hindoeism and Bhoedism. But most of all, he told me about the mountain peaks. We took the upper trail after Pisang and stayed in Gnawan. After his advise, I went out at 5 am to see mountain peaks before they disappeared in the clouds. This Inrepeated till High Camp. At day 9 of walking we went up to the Thorung pass. We started at 5 o'clock from High Camp and arrived at 7.30 at Thorung pass. It was sunny and no wind. We stayed 45 minutes at the top with singing and dancing and wondering about the impressive beautiful sightes from the altituxe of 5416 m. Dipak marked all mountain peaks we saw at my map, resulting in 22 peaks in the whole Annapurna Trek. Dipak rescued my cap after it blew of my head hadding Jomsom. He arranged everithing for a good stay and meal at the geust houses. On top of that he has a massage stick to threat the muscles in the evening. If that made us walk fast, iI don't know, but we did. Annapurna Trek with Dipak from Green Vally became a 'hollyday' which I will never will fotget. A new holliday goal was born and a reason to keep healthy and fit. Organised Hiking like with Geen Vally and guide Dipak was a golden choice for a fare price.Janderond , Canada
So I decided on a bit of a whim to take a short trek around Kathmandu as I wanted something to do during a short 5 day stay. I booked my trip online and within a couple of hours Arjun from Green Valley had messaged me to confirm everything. Dipak picked me up from my hotel well on time, and after a short car ride we started our trek through the national park up to Chisapani. The first day was quite challenging as most of it was up some pretty steep inclines and hills. Second day was longer but easier, we took some interesting shortcuts up the hills that had us scrabbling up some slippery river beds occasionally but it was rather fun.
Dipak was happy to go at quite a fast pace and we usually finished the days trek well before the evening, having plenty of time to relax and enjoy the scenery at the various spots we stopped at. We used the extra time for Dipak to educate me a little about the culture and people of Nepal.
Throughout each day's walking there was a relatively comfortable silence, we talked when we wanted to and rested when we wanted to. I have to say he made it very easy to spend time with a complete stranger.
A good time with a great guide, if you are looking to get out and stretch your legs a little without going on a very long trek or you just don't have the time, this could be for you.Ravin , United Kingdom
This was the second time I used Green Valley Nepal Treks service - I came to Nepal 6 years ago and spent over a month trekking and traveling. This time I just spent a quick week trail running in Everest region. Green Valley Nepal Treks is a reliable service with very knowledgeable, trustworthy people that can cater to your needs, and provide you with options. I will definitely be using their services again the next time I come back to Nepal.Kris , Belgium
Firstly KP who organised my trek was very good and very professional, taking care in the small details of my trip &
Mr Raj the guide made my trip a memorable one. Not only going out of his way to help but always smiling, encouraging my efforts while out on the trek. He has great knowledge of the area and a real professional outlook whilst being a down to earth and happy guy. I would highly suggest asking for him if you choose GreenValley Treks especially if your in a group or family because he will feel like part of the family. The best guide in Nepal.
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