Tulsi Gyawali Managing Director
Tulsi Gyawali has been intimately connected with the tourism sector of Nepal for the past three decades, mainly promoting Nepal as a trekker’s destination in the American & European markets. He is the Managing Director of Nepal Sanctuary Treks which is involved in promoting adventure treks, mountaineering, cycling, rafting, jungle safaris and cultural tours in Nepal. With his uncompromising commitment to providing quality services, promoting responsible tourism and ecological awareness, he has earned the unwavering trust of American, European and Asian travelers. Tulsi has widely traveled in Asia, Europe, and North America and has a thorough understanding of client’s expectation of services in the tourism sector. Nepal Sanctuary Treks has gained significant mileage through his dedication and hard work.
Prashant Rana General Manager
Prashant in his mid-thirties has more than 20 years of experience in Tourism. He has a sound knowledge of adventure and cultural tourism and is accredited with the successful operation of the Company over the last 15 years. He is currently working as General Manager of Nepal Sanctuary Treks and takes care of operations, allocation of the perfect guide for the selected trek or tour, guiding and motivating concerned guides and operation personnel. Not only that, but he also checks out and coordinates with Tulsi for the best fleet for transportation and frequently visits lodges along the trekking trail to check and identify the best in order to use them for our clients. He also visits more upmarket lodges in the Everest and Annapurna regions for use by our more demanding and valued clients.
Pramila Shrestha Business Development/Sustainability Coordinator
Pramila Shrestha joined Nepal Sanctuary Treks in 2018, as a Business Development/ Sustainability Coordinator. She holds Master’s Degree in Tourism Management from Assumption University, Thailand. She is responsible for coordinating management to develop a business plan, monitor, and manage a sustainability initiative.
Even though a new addition to the Nepal Sanctuary Treks family, Pramila has been engaged in the hospitality sector since 2014. She worked in the wellness resort, one of the multi-award-winning holistic resorts in Thailand. It is indeed her background in the Tourism Management sector and her zeal to contribute to the industry that makes her an invaluable addition to our great team.
Purna Shrestha Quality Control Officer
Purna Shrestha has been working as Quality Control Officer for the last 10 years under the guidance of Tulsi. He is very passionate in his job of sorting out and arranging food quality and trek equipment, makes sure to have the right food and equipment for each trek such as tents, PAC (Portable Altitude Chamber), Oximeter and satellite phones with other regular high-quality camping equipment and provisions.
Raju Khawas Singh Store-in charge
Raju Khawas Singh has been working as Store in-charge for last two years. He is good at planning and performing work that involves ordering, receiving, inspecting, returning, unloading, shelving, packing, maintaining a perpetual inventory of medicine, trekking equipment, and camping kit. He keeps records to maintain inventory control, to assure proper stock levels.
Hari Tharu Driver and Office Assistant
Kaji Ram Chaudhary Driver
Kaji Ram Chaudhary is our dedicated and trusted team member who works as Driver since 2017. He is responsible for pick-up and drop-up our valued clients during arrival and departure. He also takes our clients for rim trek and sightseeing tour around the city.
There are over 40 guides and supporting staffs that are friendly, professional, responsible with well-trained having experience for years in providing customized services and well versed in English language. They are trained first-aiders and carry a comprehensive First Aid kit. They are talented and know how to cope with mountains and capable to deal with rescue services if any emergency arise. Furthermore, they are always by your side, ensuring your trip is everything and more than you expect.