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  • Book without regrets!
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Porters and Staff

All of our staff are well paid and insured. They receive sufficient equipment and emergency helicopter evacuation in the case of an emergency. All of our staff are paid regular remuneration and bonuses. We also provide training and development opportunities to each staff member to enhance their skils and personality.
We operate all treks according to the 5 guidelines of the International Porter Protection Group

  • 1 Clothing appropriate to season and altitude must be provided to porters for protection from cold, rain and snow. This may mean: windproof jacket and trousers, fleece jacket, long johns, suitable footwear (leather boots in snow), socks, hat, gloves and sunglasses.
  • 2 Above the tree line, porters should have a dedicated shelter, either a room in a lodge or a tent (the trekkers' mess tent is no good as it is not available till late evening), a sleeping pad and a blanket (or sleeping bag). They should be provided with food and warm drinks, or cooking equipment and fuel.
  • 3 Porters should be provided with the same standard of medical care as you would expect for yourself, and life insurance.
  • Porters should not be paid off because of illness/injury without the leader or the trekkers assessing their condition carefully. The person in charge of the porters (sirdar) must let their trek leader or the trekkers know if a sick porter is about to be paid off. Failure to do this has resulted in many deaths. Sick/injured porters should never be sent down alone, but with someone who speaks their language and understands their problem, along with a letter describing their complaint. Sufficient funds should be provided to cover cost of rescue and treatment
  • 5  No porter should be asked to carry a load that is too heavy for their physical abilities (maximum: 20 kg on Kilimanjaro, 25 kg in Peru and Pakistan, 30 kg in Nepal). Weight limits may need to be adjusted for altitude, trail and weather conditions; experience is needed to make this decision.

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Reference Person of Gokyo Treks

Reference contact in Germany !!

Klaus Kummer : +49-367-2351-957
Roland Stich: +49-0271-870-031
Dr. Lars : +49-3641-5395-160

Reference contact in USA

John Erwin, NY: Tel: 212-222-6389
Beth Pekol, Chicago: +1 312-364-8924
Eve Quesnel, California, Tel: 530-5879-113

Reference contact in Australia !!

Dr. Rob Hilton: +61-0433-853-560
Dr. Chris Hislers: +61-419-556-381

Reference contact in Austria !!

Verena Laner, Tel: +43-650-7110-301
Dorothee Plunger, Tel:+43-512-565-255

Reference contact in Switzerland

Dominik Lee, Zürich, No: +41-079-3826-028

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 Whilst you are in the mountain for trekking or climbing, we are available 24 hours in the case of emergency. We are just a phone call away! 

Gokyo Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd

  Kumari Kripa Marga, Ranibari-29, Kathmandu, Nepal
  +977 9803542936   +977 9741169528
  +977 016910345
  info@sundarnepal.com,    gokyotreks@yahoo.de

Licenced and registered under the LAW of Nepal, Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation

Nepal Govt. office of the company registar licence No: 39829/2005, Tax/ VAT) licence No: 302385791/2005
Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation(Department of tourism) Licence No: 805/2005
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