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Testimonials from past Tara's Nepal Tour participants
“Looking back on my trip, it’s one of the most meaningful trips I have done in my life.” Olga B.
“Nepal has the nicest people on earth. Thanks to Tara for introducing us to them and allowing us a chance to learn something of their amazing culture and history.” Wally H.
“My search for Buddhism made sense in Nepal.” Gay H.
"Tara's extensive knowledge of the language, culture, and layout in Nepal, along with her real connections to the people there, made the tour an easy, relaxed journey where we could just have fun and enjoy our time there. A fantastic trip I'd definitely do again!" Lisa K.
“Nepal is a paradise for art.” Gay H.
"This trip had so much packed into it! I loved it all. I can't wait to go back again." Deb S.
“Anyone can take you on a canned tour, but Tara took us took us off the beaten path to meet real people and see real lives. I loved it!” Evan S.
"The mix of activities and experiences are something a solo traveler or group going alone would have no way to put together themselves. The connections made with all the people as a whole will remain with me forever. It was awesome and I want to go back. Thank you so much for putting together an amazing experience." Mike S.
“Tara’s Tour was really good value for the money – well worth the cost.” David P.
“Meeting such a wide-ranging group of Nepalis was the highlight for me – everything from cultural academics to local artisans to impoverished children with big smiles.” David P.
“I felt that I got to see a more authentic side of Nepal than I would have on our own or in a larger tour.
“The views were stunning! This trip was a big bang for the buck considering all the was included!” Julie
I don't usually do group tours for travel. But on this trip I did not feel so much like I was on a group tour as much as a fun trip and adventure with friends, even though I didn't even know most of the people on our trip until I got to Nepal. I loved it." Zondra Skertich