Responsible Tourism

 

We (AME Treks) strongly believe in responsible tourism and our policies are guided by the principles for Economic Responsibility, Social Responsibility, and Environmental Responsibility. We want to promote sustainable tourism in our country for sustainable development. We offer environmentally friendly trips in Nepal and we encourage our customers to be environmental stewards to ensure the preservation of our pristine environment. We wish to not only preserve our ecosystems, but also our culture. We debrief our customers on local customs to foster a better understanding of Nepal. We want to help the parts of our community who are falling behind, so we are continuously developing new potential areas for sustainable cultural and eco-friendly trips. We give you the option of making a small donation to the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) when booking your trip.
 

Due to lack of knowledge and peoples negligence about environment, the whole Himalayan environment has been endangered, and as a consequence environmental ecosystem of the world has suffered. All our staffs have all been given environmental training and are all very sensitive to the delicate eco-systems we enter. We prefer to use renewable source of energy. We are fully dedicated to save global environment, preserve the natural beauty of our country and importantly to make your journeys in Nepal very colorful and everlasting beautiful memories in your life.


Alicia Holding

Definitely picked the right company

Name: Alicia Holding
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We returned from our Everest Base Camp Trek on Saturday... My friend Kristy and I had it on our bucket list for quite a while, and we finally got around to doing it this year.. After looking on the internet for a suitable trekking company, we ca...More »
Catherine Meadows

Helicopter tour and more - amazing

Name: Catherine Meadows
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We found AME treks after doing some extensive research online. Ultimately our main goal was to have a private helicopter tour which landed on the base camp of Mount Everest. After e-mailing over 10 different companies (of which only 2-3 responde...More »
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