About and beyond

The journey to Nepal
For me, the journey to Nepal began on a journey to Peru two years previously. Traveling to Nepal was like getting to know Rob and Kay on the Inca trail, that is, like getting to know a new friend. For me, it was a country of much kindness and many smiles. Some journeys continue long after you are back home, playing in your mind as images and feelings and experiences. Nepal is like that, like a friend who makes a positive difference in your life whether you are together or apart.

Travel bio
Journeys in Canada, Mexico, USA, Jamaica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Thailand, Senegal, France, Spain, and Peru have been important experiences in my life.

Our guide

Krishna has been leading treks for over 15 years now and has his
brother Prem, also a qualified trekking guide to give additional one on one support to clients where required. The brothers are experienced in all of the treks in the Annapurna region, including the Jomosom Trek, the Annapurna Circuit, the Annapurna Sanctuary, and numerous shorter and/or less famous treks.

Krishna Kami (or Kumar, it has something to do with the cultural nuances of
the Nepalese, either will find him) provides expert guide services,
equipment rental or sales, good advice, and cheerful company.

He can be contacted at at his shop, Globetrotter Trekking, Lakeside, Pokhara, or just send him an e-mail:

Krishna provides a full guiding
and portering service, which can be tailored to individual needs. This would
include all internal transport arrangements, accommodation and food on the trail.


Books in my Nepal backpack

Lonely Planet

a good general guide of Nepal, with background on people and cultures, and the ususal what-to-see and how-to-get-there part

Cold Mountain
Charles Frazier

read about one cold mountain while you are in your sleeping bag on another one.