We at Accessible Adventure Travels have always tried to live up to our responsibilities for creating programs that match our superb destinations. We never stop going the mile to achieve excellence. It is a way that we give back to the places we love by bringing in enthusiastic travelers to these amazing destinations. And that’s what we do best. The men and women at ‘AAT’, some of whom have been with us right from the start form a vital part in the operations undertaken by our team; a team well equipped to meet the challenges of the new age travel, and cultivated enough to gratify all savvy travelers. Our guides & porters are well experienced, and know when what to do and how to do it and believe in it, too.
Our tour leaders and staff are among the “select few” from the regions you will be visiting. They are here because of their native experience, knowledge, their wide international exposure and education. Most of our guides were born on the rugged mountains that you seek to trek in on your holidays. They share the experiences of their own lives and families, along with their influences and beliefs, which provides a deeper understanding of the local culture and people. Many lasting friendships have been formed between our travelers and local guides. They are a central part of what we call the‘Accessible’ Travel experience. Perhaps, what’s more important is that our team as a whole is a group of people who simply enjoy their jobs…& enjoy it to the hilt.
We are extremely committed to preserving the natural environment when we plan your holidays and make doubly sure that the area is kept clean on the conclusion of our programs. We strictly adhere to the norms of the International Porters Protection Group (www.ippg.net) and make sure our guides and porters are well equipped and geared to providing you flawless services, always keeping in mind at all times first and foremost; your safety and protection throughout your program.
Sharada has completed her bachelors Level in Travel and Tourism Management. During her Internship, she was assigned as a receptionist and as a tour operator for five years to different companies in the course of her training. Her proven track records have given her a reputation in providing reliable information about tourism, socio-economic and human-cultural related sectors of Nepal. She has deep knowledge and experience in eco-tourism as this has been her background area of study which has become the base of public relations with guest who visits the office. She seeks to develop her fluency in English. Sharada is a young, energetic, and an intelligent human being who enjoys serving others. Mrs. Wagle works as General Manager on overall management, for all public relations tasks, is responsible for organizing tour groups to different trekking destinations in Nepal. She is also involved in social services inspiring other members of our agency too. She is Treasurer of Junkiri Nepal an organization working for Childreens Education and womens rights at northern part of Nepal, Dhading Distrisct.