Bharat KC

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About Bharat

I am one of the most experienced guide of Trek Nepal Int’l. With over 14 years of experience in this field, the best thing I found about being a guide is that I am able to do what I absolutely love. I enjoy making friends with my clients and get satisfaction out of seeing others experience joy and happiness. I have been to almost all over Nepal and recently I completed Great Himalayan Trail. I have also been studying the culture and history of Nepal.

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Bharat KC – the champion

Reviewed on Jun 13, 2014.

I’ve travelled quite a bit and Nepal remains, by a country mile, my all time favorite destination.

I can honestly thank Bharat KC for this. You could not ask for a better guide for the Annapurna circuit- he is wise beyond his years, knowledgeable and a complete gentleman.

Bharat KC remains one of my good friends well after the trek and I can honestly say I’ll be back in Nepal soon and the first thing I’ll do is go say hello again to him.

An amazing experience with fantastic people!

Reviewed on Jun 4, 2014.

Bharat leaded our Trekking adventure in a very professional manor, always keen to share his local knowledge helping us to learn about the culture with a greater experience.

We got to know each other well with his friendly and welcoming personality which made the trip such an amazing experience. We weren’t just trekking with a guide, but a friend.

I would recommend Bharat as a guide to everyone, and I hope I will be back in Nepal soon for another adventure with him.

A guide that would give his life for you!

Reviewed on Jun 4, 2014.

I totally recommend travelling with Bharat, on this trip or any where in the World. He was a great guide. I had travel in tours in different countries and continents, but first time I have a guide so professional and really caring for the passengers, as Bharat.

I got sick after the EBC and he organize everything, so the rest of the group could keep going to the next destination and he went down with me to a lower altitude town.

I was so sick, but he took care of me, got me a better room, got a porter for us, he even was worry off me making me eat, brung me breakfast and lunch to the room. When you get sick, what you miss the most is your mom, well, thanks to Bharat I received all the special treatments until I got better and we met the rest of the group in Namche.

The hole trip was amazing, a little bit more expensive, than doing it but our own, but I really recommend to do this kind of trips with a responsible agency, that for sure will have an experienced guide.

I will do this trip again with him, for sure! Very professional, good english he knows the zone, the hostels, the people. I felt in good hands the hole trip.

And I really feel that he and also other Nepali guides will give their lifes for you, the hole culture and people in the mountain is amazing. An experience that everybody that is adventurous should live!

Langtang & Gosainkund Lakes

Reviewed on May 27, 2014.

In short, Bharat KC is an incredible guide! I’ve trekked in various countries before (this being my second experience of trekking in Nepal) and Bharat was by far the best guide I’ve ever encountered. He really made our trip, and I wouldn’t hesitate to trek with him again.

He is very knowledgeable, freely imparting key facts and general information regarding the history, religion, culture, and wildlife of the area. I felt completely comfortable around him, and very well looked after for the duration of the 12 day trek. He was also very considerate and thoughtful; on my birthday he surprised me with a cake! He organised this to be made in the tea-house where we were staying.

Most evenings were spent playing Uno, eating fantastic food, and of course drinking chai! He respected our space, but when we wanted, we could literally talk for hours with him. I thoroughly enjoyed his company and think of him more as a friend now. Embarrassingly I’ve forgotten his name, but the porter we had was also fantastic, as well as being strong as an ox!

We experienced a lot of rain due to a cyclone in India, however our porter got us safely across rivers; our safety was really important, both of them displaying a lot of care and attention. In all, the trip was really well-organised and planned out, Bharat keeping us informed every step of the way.

I would highly recommend him as a guide whether you’re fairly fit and an experienced trekker, or if you’re new to the sport – he can cater for all abilities. My partner and I will undoubtedly book our next trek with Bharat. He’s just a cool guy 🙂

Langtang and Gosainkunda Trek – October 2013

Reviewed on Apr 23, 2014.

We had a awesome 12 day trekking adventure in the Himalayas made even more wonderful by the brilliant guide that is Bharat KC!

On Saturday 12th October 2013 we took a 5-6 hour jeep ride to the Langtang region which borders Tibet. We were lucky that we got the jeep and not the bus because the roads were terrible! Dirt roads with sheer drops, and no railings but it was an experience! Bharat was really informative and was able to provide us with lots of interesting facts about the area and the different cultures during the journey. We stopped off a few times and Bharat introduced us to Nepalese Chai which was great.

We stayed the first night in a guesthouse in Syabrubesi at 1470m. The next morning we walked about 5 hours over bridges and through forests to Renche 2400m. The teahouses we stayed the night in all along the trek were very cosy and run by sherpa families. Bharat always made sure we had a great place to stay at the end of our day and was really good at organising and planning our days. Our standard meals rotated between Dhal Bhat (lentils, veg & rice), momos (dumplings) and Sherpa Stew (thick veg soup with rice dough noodles).

Unfortunately we were unlucky with the weather from this point, there was a cyclone in India which affected us a little. Trekking from Renche we made it to ‘Summit Lodge’ which was a village just before Langtang (approx. 3100m), we had to cross some swollen rivers which was scary. We had to rest here because we were soaked through from the rain. We played alot of card games with Bharat and it was a really social atmosphere.

The next day we trekked through the pretty village of Langtang and went straight through to Kyanjin Gompa (3860m). Luck was on our side, because the following morning it was completely clear!

Wed 16th we awoke at 5am to climb Kyanjin Ri (peak 4600m) and watch a panoramic view of the sunrise. It took your breath away, and I don’t think the photos do it justice! At this sort of altitude, it’s difficult to catch your breath, and for the climb up we were having to stop more frequently. We both had slight headaches, but they didn’t develop thankfully. We were drinking about 4 litres of water a day to prevent any sickness, Bharat was really good at making sure you were drinking enough water and kept a record of how your feeling to make sure you were safe. In the evening, Bharat organised for one of the sherpa’s to bake a birthday cake as it was Jen’s birthday which was a nice surprise!

Friday we joined the Gosainkund trek, and walked to Thulo Syabru (2230m). This little stopover was a luxury, as we stayed in a proper guesthouse with an attached bathroom – and a proper toilet! No more searching for the squat loo with a torch! The town was really pretty and well catered for tourists – we had a coffee and a packet of digestives for lunch! From this point onwards we had perfect weather and no more rain!

From Thulo Syabru we trekked through foggy forests to Sing Gompa (3330m). And from there, we trekked to Gosainkund Lakes. By this point we had sampled every type of tea on offer. Masala, ginger, lemon, mint, black……

Gosainkund Lakes (4380m) are sacred lakes for Hindus, in July/August 100,000 people trek up there for an icy dip, which is crazy! In the morning we discovered it had snowed, but was perfectly clear (lucky again!) on the downside it was a tasty -11 degrees. So that morning we climbed up to 5000m, our highest point, so from here we could see a spectrum of different mountain ranges – including Annapurna (200km away), Manasalu and Langtang. It was a brutal climb but well worth it for the view! After this we spent the next two days walking all the way back down and caught a jeep back to Kathmandu.

Overall we loved our guide who was a fantastic source of information, we’ve learnt so much and he was so much more upbeat and social that the other guides we met! He even provided us with stats on the trip which can be found below:

Total Days: 12
Total Km: 163
Highest Sleep: 4400m
Highest Point:5000m
Highest Mountain Peak Seen: Mount Manasalu (8163m)
Closest Highest Mountain: Langtang Lirung (7200m)



5 replies
  1. Moderator

    What’s the minimum number of clients you need for a trek in Upper Dolpo?

  2. Minimum should be 2 pax.

  3. Ashley

    My partner and I are planning to arrive in Kathmandu around 25th September and would be leaving around 4th October. We would like to hike in the Annapurna region, either Poon Hill or Base Camp. Could you please provide me with price details and itineraries for those treks? Thanks!

  4. I was considering doing the Annapurna circuit in March, but alas due to cost it’s likely just me going. Wondering if there any possibilities of still going and what the cost might be.
    Thanks Melanie

  5. Emma

    Hi, my friend and I would like to do the Poon Hill trek around the 28th October and just wanted to find out if you were available? Also what the cost would be including accommodation and food. Thank you so much.

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