Why Should you go to trek with us? May 8, 2019, 1:52 a.m.

Author: Deepak Mehta, Traveler, Founder uttarakhandtraveller.com

Young, energetic and educated guide or trek leader.
Uttarakhand Traveller comprises of people who are graduate of Delhi University, Bachelor of Technology and English Literature. We strong believe trekking and travelling in high altitude and mountains really give a lot of messages, we have been here because we wanted to be here, its more than a profession for us.

Budgeted travelling and trekking.
Since we have been students and we understand how each of us really did save through a time just to go for a travel or trekking somewhere. We understand its not affordable for everyone to go for a fully fledged package as they are always costly, especially someone who travels twice or thrice a year. So, we have come to a conclusion and trying to do something non-traditional. We are a community that focuses on the minimum expenditure of the trekkers by not directly booking accommodation and transportation for them but rather help them get those two at the best rate as per their comfort, we have connections with hotels and cabbies for that.

Experience the nature with locals.
All of us are local people, we understand what works and what does not in the mountains. We understand the culture and dialects of here. We share our knowledge and experience time to time while our engagement. It is also like a culture tour in the local regions while trekking. We believe life in mountains is worth knowing and while trekking we can easily connect to it.

Skillful and professional mountaineers.
We are either certified tourist guide from recognised government institute or have done Basic Mountaineering Course from the same. We understand the conditions and situations in Alpine zone and glaciers. While trekking, we can judge the best how to proceed towards the destination.

Very safe and secure endeavour.
Safety is our first concern, we always try to understand how trekker is doing and make sure that he properly acclimatise and does go through dehydration, which is frequent in high altitude.