Profile D Gurung


My name is Dhan B, Gurung coming from the Manaslu region. I am a registered trekking guide NMA and Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM). My Guide License is no 75 in the Nepalese Himalayas. After working several years as a porter-Cook-and-Sherpa, and becoming fluent in English and French languages, I became a guide in 1984. I have spent the past >20 years as professional trekking and climbing guide, working as trekking Sirdar-Guide at Yeti Mountaineering & Trekking.

During the last 20 years, I have become very familiar with many trekking destinations, including The Everest, Makalu, Rolwaling, Dhaulagiri Upper Dolpo, Tilicho pass, Annapurna and Langtang Regions, as well as Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchenjunga, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Helambu. Profile


Co-Convener of Nepal Mountaineering school repair department –Advisory of Gurung Tourism entrepreneurs and mountaineering department of trekking agencies association of Nepal.

Namaste My Name is Amrit Gurung:  Senior Guide and Marketing Director. 

Trekking is in my blood because I was born into a family of trekkers.we are working in this field for decades. I’m a Responsible Guide full of knowledge. I have experience of trekking like Manasalu Trek, Kanchenjunga trek, Upper Dolpo and Lower Dolpo, Everest Base Camp trek Via Three passes, Round Makalu, Round Langtang, Annapurna circuit, Mustang trek, Tsum Valley Trek, Ganesh Himal Trek and Tibet Kailash Trek working for more than 10 Years.

Profile I am a registered trekking guide Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM) 2011. Mountain Leader Course-Component, Navigation Course, Rock climbing Course, Mountain rescue Training and social work with (WFP) World food programs in Rolwaling valley in 2014.

With international Guide 
In Hotel Yak & Yeti
Office NMA

Profile Wishing from TAAN  President Mr. Ramesh Dhamala

At imma Pokhara

Waiting welcome  for Premaster Shusil Koirala

Photo section with UAA & UAAA Group
Ganarail meeting at IMMA Pokhara

Helping poor people in my village