Deepak Raj Bhatta

Deepak Raj Bhatta






Operation and Co-ordination


A tourism practicing undergrad student with an objective to pursue higher education and work in the field of tourism and hospitality while exchanging knowledge in mutual understanding with an aim to acquire academic, technical and professional expertise rendering all my services efficiently, diligently and with utmost honesty, sincerity and obedience. 

As part of my academics and interest, I am fond of providing the service to cater to the need of clients. I dedicate myself to provide the well-maintained service, contributing to the attainment of promising needs. With the rapid advancement of technology, it is equally important to me to sculpt myself with the changing environment. It is my vision to make a hospitable environment where people value the interests of other people. I am a strong believer in travelling. Because travelling doesn’t only give us determination, it also educates us about the purpose of our existence. 

I choose to become a part of the travel industry because travelling teaches us a lot of things if done right with the right companion with a similar interest.

Blogs By Author

our first-hand Himalayan travel experience

Gokyo Valley and Lakes

Lies in northeastern Nepal, Gokyo lake and associate lakes are popular for trekking in the Everest region.

by Deepak Raj Bhatta

Indra Jatra and Kumari Festival

Indrajatra commemorates the time when Lord Indra came down to earth from the celestial abode in the human form in search of Parijat.

by Deepak Raj Bhatta

Things to do in Nepal

Nepal is an adventure paradise.

by Deepak Raj Bhatta

Peaks Above 8000 Meters in Nepal

Being the home of Himalayan peaks, there are many beautiful mountains above 8000 m in Nepal and below 8,000.

by Deepak Raj Bhatta

Pathibhara Devi Temple of Nepal

Pathibhara Temple, located in the Taplejung district of Nepal, is one of the most important temples of the Hindus.

by Deepak Raj Bhatta

Sherpas of Nepal

The Sherpas are a group of Tibetan roots who reside in the high valleys around the base of Mount Everest in northeastern Nepal.

by Deepak Raj Bhatta