Mr. Kabi Raj Nepal is one of the team members who have spent more than 10 years in the field of trekking with Trekking Guide Team Adventure.
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Among the dedicated professionals of the Trekking Guide Team Adventure, Mr. Kabi Raj Nepal is one of the team members who have spent more than 10 years in this field and been together with Trekking Guide Team Adventure since its establishment.
Hard work, dedication, loyalty and friendliness are some of his admirable traits which have helped him grow on his professional horizon and lead the Trekking Guide Team Adventure team. Trekking Guide Team Adventure has always been needy of his input to flourish in this sector. He has great ability to handle both individual and groups. He has been worthy of appreciation and admiration for the service he has provided to more than 1000 trekking customers. He has managed various trekking trips of all kinds and levels- easy to that of extreme difficulties. He is familiar to every single step of the trails of Everest, Annapurna and Langtang regions along with other sites around Nepal.
A graduate of Tribhuban University with Travel and Tourism major, Kabi is from Dhading- a neighboring district to Kathmandu. He grew up there seeing the Ganesh Himalaya range which planted the passion of tourism in him right during his early age. He is that delighted individual who started his tourism career from the grass-level and reached to this level within the short time. Starting his profession right after the higher secondary level education, he pursued formal trainings from Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) to boost up his career. In 2003, he became a government certified trekking guide. He has received various trainings from recognized bodies like Nepal Academy Travel and Hotel Management (NATHM) and Kathmandu Environment Education Project (KEEP). These trainings have helped him understand this sector from multiple dimensions. He has fluency in Spanish, English and Hindi languages that helps him tune up with tourists with any of these native languages.