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Josephine Foo, United Kingdom

Mon, 7th December 2015

Went for trekking for the very first time alone without a strong physical. But the journey to Poon hill was incredible and without worries at all. Thank to the trekking gWent for trekking for the very first time alone without a strong physical. But the journey to Poon hill was incredible and without worries at all. Thank to the trekking guide- Sobit!! The path for me was tough and could not accomplish it if it without Sobit. Would said that the experience was become wonderful because of his professional guidance, patient, arrangement and knowledge and being my camera man! Once again, thanks for everything!uide- Sobit!! The path for me was tough and could not accomplish it if it without Sobit. Would said that the experience was become wonderful because of his professional guidance, patient, arrangement and knowledge and being my camera man! Once again, thanks for everything !

Peggy Sax, Australia

Wed, 9th December 2015

Suresh was my guide for a trek in Nepal. His trekking expertise, knowledge of the region, attentiveness to detail, trustworthiness, genuine caring for others, and intellectual curiosity make him the best guide I could ever imagine. I just wish I could hop on a plane to revisit the this extraordinary country and to experience the exquisite beauty and deep kindness of the people.

Megan Long, North Korea

Thu, 10th December 2015

We arrived in Kathmandu completely confused and were so thankful to find Sunrise Adventure Trek!!! Suresh (the company manager) was so great to deal with and organized an amazing trek and sightseeing tour for us. He took care of all of the documents and planning, so that we were all set on our trek with everything (transportation, lodging and meals) taken care of. He was even able to manage to get us on a bus to Pokhara during the fuel crisis when it was hard to find transportation! He set us up with an amazing guide (Ramesh) who ended up being more of a great friend by the end of the trek. Ramesh took us on the Annapurna-Poon Hill trek and we did a loop that took 4 nights and 5 days. Once again it waWe arrived in Kathmandu completely confused and were so thankful to find Sunrise Adventure Trek!!! Suresh (the company manager) was so great to deal with and organized an amazing trek and sightseeing tour for us. He took care of all of the documents and planning, so that we were all set on our trek with everything (transportation, lodging and meals) taken care of. He was even able to manage to get us on a bus to Pokhara during the fuel crisis when it was hard to find transportation! He set us up with an amazing guide (Ramesh) who ended up being more of a great friend by the end of the trek. Ramesh took us on the Annapurna-Poon Hill trek and we did a loop that took 4 nights and 5 days. Once again it was great to have someone so warm and knowledgeable, because we were pretty clueless going into this adventure. Ramesh organized all of our lodging and meals and was a delight to trek with him! We had such a great time trekking and sharing meals and laughs with Ramesh. He spoke great English and we felt like he was a wonderful addition to our experience. At the end of the trek we went back to Kathmandu where Suresh took us sightseeing and it was wonderful to spend the day with. His knowledge of the history and culture in Kathmandu made for a great experience all around. At the very end of the trip they even picked us up and took us to the airport. This company went above and beyond through our whole visit to make it a truly amazing and memorable experience!! I would absolutely recommend using Sunrise Adventure Trek for your visit to Nepal as they will design an amazing adventure customized to you and your family and they are really good people!! We will be back to visit Nepal again and will definitely be using Sunrise on our next visit!!!s great to have someone so warm and knowledgeable, because we were pretty clueless going into this adventure. Ramesh organized all of our lodging and meals and was a delight to trek with him! We had such a great time trekking and sharing meals and laughs with Ramesh. He spoke great English and we felt like he was a wonderful addition to our experience. At the end of the trek we went back to Kathmandu where Suresh took us sightseeing and it was wonderful to spend the day with. His knowledge of the history and culture in Kathmandu made for a great experience all around. At the very end of the trip they even picked us up and took us to the airport. This company went above and beyond through our whole visit to make it a truly amazing and memorable experience!! I would absolutely recommend using Sunrise Adventure Trek for your visit to Nepal as they will design an amazing adventure customized to you and your family and they are really good people!! We will be back to visit Nepal again and will definitely be using Sunrise on our next visit!!!

Abanoub N Keriackus, United Kingdom

Sat, 12th December 2015

Suresh (The Owner) was a great help in organizing my stay there in Nepal, and Sobit (Authorized trekking Guide) guided me through my trek to poonhill. Thank you Suresh for your great help, and for organizing a non-forgettable trek. Thank you Sobit for being a great company during my best experience so far.

Patrick Beinke, France, Metropolitan

Tue, 22nd December 2015

Suresh is the best! He organised our whole itinerary whilst in Nepal including hiring of cars to planes with all the adventure thrown in. He got us the best prices for everything and we know because two of my fellow travellers are from Nepal. He organised accommodation in some really nice hotels with good toilet paper 🙂 this is essential for westerners whilst travelling. Highly recommend these guys to use.

Patrick Baldwin, Australia

Annapurna Trekking: Sunrise is the best!!” Our trip to Nepal was an incredible experience, combining the world’s finest mountain scenery, vibrant culture, cuisine and good people. We were extremely lucky to have found the folks at Sunrise Adventure Treks. Being that it was just the two of us and we were looking for an “authentic and adventurous” experience, we were considering the option of not using a guide for our 6-day trek. Looking back, it was the right decision (complete luck! the best!) to travel with a guide, and Ramesh from Sunrise was a blessing. Not only did he make sure we were well taken care of, he also pushed us on the trekking portion – encouraging us to go farther and faster than we would have on our own. It was grueling at times, but very gratifying in that we were able to cover so much terrain and take in so many new experiences. Having a guide also exposed us and helped us better understand the subtleties of Nepali home life, cuisine, and religion… all things you may not be exposed to without the help or direction of a local, world-class guide. I highly recommend Sunrise Adventure for any activities in Nepal. They are good people who are very experienced in this business. I promise you will have a wonderful time and will gain new lifelong friends!

Andrew Lee, China

Tue, 6th December 2016

This was my first time (and won’t be last) to visit Nepal and explore some nature there. I didn’t plan anything and ran into Suresh who introduced me all the fun stuff to do in Nepal. Due to my short stay, he recommended me to visit Sarangkot (near Pokhara) for a 4 days short trip including a 2 days hike. It was a fun trip and I get to see a lot. (P.S. I don’t have enough time, otherwise, I would of try out poonhill or ABC).The time I went, it was a bit harsh due to fuel and gas shortage, but I’m totally cool with that, I don’t mind cooking with woods and rocks 🙂 and that was exactly what happened when I visited Sarangkot (a little village in Pokhara). I was lucky perhaps to have a gourmet style dinner cooked by wood, etc. for that night. I would recommend ppl try out their local food Dal Bhat (free refill, and adjust the portion as you need) and it is really good value that contains all the nutrition I need for the hiking trip. Don’t forget to bring a mask with you if you are sating in Kathmandu, the pollution is quite serious, but it improves a lot when you get out of Kathmandu, on my way to Pokhara, I can feel it, so for travelers that have sensitive respiratory issues, etc., make sure you avoid the pollution in the capital (only in Kathmandu though). On the way to Pokhara, the ride was really bumpy due to gravel road and the road condition in Nepal, plus fuel shortage, it took 1 hour longer then expected (6-8 hours by bus, and vice versa) to Pokhara, so do plan ahead if you are heading there. Their high way is mountain road, not straight express high way like in the states, and that’s what you get 🙂 There are 4 pit stops on the way so you could get water or some food on the way, and a 30 minutes stop for lunch. Glad I had Sobit (my personal tour guy, and he’s pretty chill too) accompanied me to communicate in Napali, I do find it a bit difficult to understand local culture and things if you don’t speak the language, however, English works fine if you are just buying stuff. I also learned how to read and speak 0-9 in Napali 🙂 thanks to Sobit teaching me on the way. Don’t forget to try out their fruit, orange, apple, papaya, etc. fresh juice. P.S. Do be careful with water though including ice cubes, you DO want to make sure all water is filtered including the ice cubes, and consume bottled/canned drinks if you aren’t sure. I learned this from Philippine, and it looks like it applies to Nepal as well. A tip on the bus, since the road is bumpy, if you need to use the restroom, you have to wait, and b/c of the bumpy road, it actually made my life tougher to hold, so do plan a bit on how much fluid your drinking between each stop. Pokhara air is a lot better, and I would recommend you to take the boat ride at Phewa Lake around noon (December). During my stay, there was heavy fog and haze in the early morning, I would recommend around noon or late afternoon to check out the lake if you have time. By the way, you can always arrange cab or private driver, it is not that expensive if you want some insurance or a smooth ride instead of hardcore walking, up to you, just ask. I also went to Devil Falls, Tibetan Refugees Camp, etc. in Pokhara. I would kudo to them (Suresh and Sobit), without their recommendation and Sobit’s accompany, I believe my first experience in Nepal won’t be so great and worry-free without them. I would recommend you guys to check out their service and recommendations.