- Director of Awareness - The Inspiration Programme (United Kingdom)
To visit Nepal is an amazing adventure that awakens the imagination and stimulates mind, body and spirit in equal measure.
During such a unique opportunity, it makes all the difference to be supported and hosted by those who put so much effort into
really understanding their clients, building deep and meaningful relationships, and doing all that they possibly can to ensure that
each and every detail of the trip is an enormous treat and privilege for those new to the experience.
When working with SKA, one is able to daily witness their incredible warmth, vast experience, and a depth of wisdom around so many areas including
hospitality, trekking, mountaineering and logistics. It was a great privilege to travel with them on a shared journey of adventure and growth.
We prioritise wonderful experiences for our clients, wherever we go in the world, and wouldn’t consider partnering with anyone else in the Himalayas.
SKAs range of services are simply in a unique and exceptional category, reserved for those who want the very best'
"I am still very thankful that we had the chance to explore the Sagarmantha Nationalpark with Sherpa Adventures. My boyfriend and I were guided by a great mountaineer. He was very kind and supportive, and we both felt 100% safe during our trip. Thanks to our great Sherpa, who gave us the possibility to discover Nepal from a local perspective. Thank you so much for this unforgettable journey."
“It was the spring of 2011 when I met Tsering and enlisted his trekking services, from the first moment until we said good bye, I thoroughly enjoyed his company. The adventure would not be the same without him. Poised with great humor, endless energy, and resourcefulness, Tsering proved to be an excellent guide, and moreover a great friend. He was always a step ahead prepared to make a suggestion to enhance our experience. He is an exemplary example of a great companion who will do everything possible to make your experience good.”
Here are a few lines about my trip to Nepal in November 2016.
This was my second trip to Nepal with the first one two years earlier to Island Peak. Our plan this time to summit Amadablam with Sherpa Adventures.
From before leaving home to getting back to the airport SA looked after our every need and although compared to many of the adventure companies are small the guys at SA could not have been more helpful or professional.
As a fairly inexperienced climber Mt Amadablam is quite a challenge but with the training and acclimatization programme provided by SA all three of our party reached the summit on 20th November 2016, I am certain this would not have happened without their guidance.
The other thing I found really good about SKA was the fact that most members of the team were family and this was great as you were made to feel apart of the family.
Amazing Mera Peak experience with SKA last October 2018.
Right from the beginning, Tsering answered all of the pre-trip questions thoroughly and was very welcoming and accommodating to last minute changes when we arrived. Our guide Nima, a 7 times Mount Everest summiter, was super knowledgeable, calm, patient and really looked after us all the way. He pointed out interesting things to see along the way that were a bit off the direct path such as a monastery and a glacial lake which we might have missed otherwise.
Although the unfortunate weather made us, along with several other teams, turn back about 200m altitude short of the summit, we felt it was a welcoming experience to learn about when things go wrong and how to react. Although this might have not been the ideal ending, this will not be our last time climbing mountains in the Himalayas because we had such a wonderful trek all in all.
By the end of the trip, Nima and Tsering felt more like family. We were even invited for lunch at Nima's house and we spent our farewell dinner with both families.
Thanks for a great trip, Nima and Tsering! I would definitely use SKA again for future treks (next year) and recommend to anyone!
"I have visited Nepal with SKA Adventures in October 2017, trekking to Everest Base Camp. In the months leading up to the trip communication from Nima and Tsering was regular and helpful, ensuring that I was well prepared. Upon arrival in Kathmandu I was introduced to Pasang, my guide. It seemed obvious that Pasang was a professional, and that did indeed turn out to be the case. In fact, the entire operation was professional from beginning to end! Almost everything was taken care of for me, and when on a couple of occasions minor unforeseen issues arose the guys helped me to address them. Both Pasang and Kumar (our porter) were very friendly which added to my enjoyment of the experience. Last but certainly not least, on returning to Kathmandu from the mountains I received tremendous practical support from Shera. This continued the overall high level of service. Thank you Sherpa Khumbiyila Adventures for making sure that my trekking adventure was a happy and memorable one!"
My time in Nepal was really precious! Most of it was due to Sherpa khumbiyila Adventures, my Nepalese friends! Tsering was recommended by co-mum friends! They took care of the most details for the my EBC and Gokyo Lake trekking, with friendship and professionalism! Sera, Tsering and Nima were present all the time, as old friend!! My Guide Mingma was a great companion...I just had to tell him sometimes in the way " khole khole= slowly" because he is young, a good and careful guide.I have the great opportunity to spent 2 days at his wife Buddhist family in Thame Village...precious being among local and heart-full people. The other Guide Karma, stay with us for 3 days is an especial person as his family who he too us...I am so gratefull for both of them and recommend both for that trekking. Nepali people, especially Sherpa family for whom I had more contact, teached me to love this peaceful country! To come back in the near future!Thanks so much my friends Sera, Tsering, Nima, Mingma and Karma and your family! NAMASTE from my deep heart!
"We loved hiking with our guide Nima. He showed us a lot of places besides the normal pathways. Since he grew up in Solu Khumbu he knows the area really well. We always felt comfortable and we had a great time with him. He is a lovely person, always keen on learning new card games, always happy and in a good mood. The summit of Island Peak with him was save and just brilliant! Thank you very much again."
Rupert Bentley Walls
Nima Kanchha Sherpa is an accomplished climbing Sirdar of Sherpa Khumbiyila Adventures a family run business which provided and delivered a professionally run trip you couldn't be in safer hands. From the moment we were met at the airport in Katmandu with his cousin every detail was organised with family members playing a part and expertise they all had, this ensured our expedition was going to be safe, relaxed and an enjoyable adventure from start to finish.
The attention to detail, preparation and care in accommodation, trekking and acclimation training made us ready to climb Ama Dablam couldn't have been better.
Nima and his team new exactly the pace needed and how hard to push you which prepared us fully for a successful summit of all our team in November 2016.
Nima's expertise is apparent he is calm, patient and extremely competent and knowledgable I couldn't recommend him and his family members more.
My experience is truly life changing we experienced the traditional Nepalese culture and traditions, joined his family not as clients but friends.
I look forward to climbing with him again.
"I had the good fortune of having Tsering Sherpa as my guide on a one week trek to Gosainkundh through Sherpa Khumbiyila Adventures. It was a fantastic experience. Tsering is one of the most generous and kind people you could meet. He has a passion and enthusiasm for the mountains that is very infectious and he is very knowledgeable about the region and the culture. Everything was well organised, and the itinerary carefully planned - we had comfortable days that weren’t too long and we arrived at our destinations in good time, something that does not always happen on treks unless you have an experienced guide. I have an awesome memory of staying at a tiny teahouse in Lorebena, where we spent the evening singing and dancing with the guesthouse owners. It is one of the fondest memories I have of Nepal."