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Ace Holiday Team

Narayan Prasad Bhatta
CEO and Founder
Ace Holiday Treks (P.) Ltd.

 
From the mountain village of Gorkha to the bustling city of Kathmandu, Narayan is no stranger to the Himalayas. From the late '90s, Narayan has had extensive experience as a mountaineer and guide with various trekking agencies involving travel from Annapurna Base Camp to Everest Base Camp with major expeditions including, but not limited to Langtang, Mustang, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri to name a few. ACE Holiday Treks will accommodate one-on-one treks to trekking groups with no limit.
 
Narayan began his career in 1997 as a guide in the western Himalayas conducting lengthy treks and expeditions from the scenic Mustang valley to extended treks including Manaslu and Langtang conducting hundreds of accompanied trips. During this time, Narayan guided several BBC documentary teams across various locations in the Himalayas.
 
In 2010, Narayan founded ACE Holiday Treks to take advantage of his wealth of experience and extending trekking, tour and expedition services across all trekking disciplines. As a result of Narayan's experiences with the BBC, they continue to prefer and recommend Narayan to its associates and documentary teams. Ace Holiday Treks has been involved in a variety of documentaries being filmed in Nepal which include the migration of cranes from China to India, famous wild honey hunting in Nepal to the secret lives of the Sherpas and most notably Around the World in Eighty Faiths. 
 
Narayan brings all his experiences and strengths to bear in his business practices and incorporates them into Ace Holiday Trekking. The company now has extended travel and accompanied tours to India, Tibet and Bhutan with activities including sightseeing, rafting, and jungle safaris, to name a few. Narayan is also the founder of Helping Hands for Himalayan People, which was established to help the disabled people from the earthquake of 2015 and provides emergency food and shelter for those left without homes.
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Our Blogs

Annapurna Massif 13 September, 2017

Annapurna Massif includes over thirty peaks with elevations starting at 6,000 metres (20,000'). The Annapurna Massif, home to Annapurna, 8,091 m (25,500'), was the first and largest conservation area in...

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