I am writing this review to share a few things with you that you might not get from any other person traveling to Nepal. First thing, Nepal is a country where you can go through any circumstances, and it depends on you and the travel agency you choose, so it is very important to know the travel agency you choose. I chose Third Rock Adventures for two reasons: 1) Recommended by friends and 2) Naba (whom I happen to contact when I inquired for a trip). I asked some of my friends if they know any trust-worthy tour operator in Nepal and they recommended this agency as they had personally known Mr. Naba. Naba, the president of this company called me and asked me few things and eventually we became friend. I then knew I am in the right hand and booked immediately. Mr. Naba helped me throughout the booking process and when I was in Thamel, Nepal, we met and had amazing time. He showed me his office and his team. It was so so wonderful to have personal touch. Then he introduced me to his guide and other team, briefed me about the trip, dos and don'ts and most importantly- the flight to Lukla. It was very hard to get first flight to Lukla from Ktm, but Naba through his contact booked me first hour ticket to Lukla. It was impressive. I had guaranteed departure just as the company promised me.. Talking about my trip, it was best days in the mountains- crossing rivers, high mountains pass, talking with local people, and enjoying their local food and warm hospitality. My guide ensured every task was done before and perfectly. All I did was follow the guide and enjoy the trip. Had I gone with another company, I would not have enjoyed much, so I am absolutely thankful to the company for this. I owe them many many tons of thankfulness. I will be doing trip with them next year. And if you ask me to trust this company, a BIG YES from me! Because I have been with them and done with them- and they excelled . I could not thank them more.
Good Value,Recommended by Friend,
I wanted to do other than Everest Base Camp
Crossing all three mountain passes in Everest Region and the Himalayan vista (I am now obsessed with the mountains)