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Responsible tourism

Sherpa Brothers is committed to responsible tourism through policies and practices which permeate all aspects of our business. We take pride in ensuring that all our holidays are undertaken in a way which is socially, environmentally and culturally aware. Responsible Tourism remains of the highest importance in everything we do as a holiday operator.
We feel strongly that all our holidays should benefit local communities, protect the environment, preserve heritage and respect local customs and beliefs. With this outlook we hope to help preserve the beautiful and unspoiled places we visit.
We recognise that Responsible Tourism is about more than just policies. It involves giving something back towards the communities.


All Sherpa Brothers Ltd. staff members began their education at the primary school in the remote Sherpa village of Loding.

The school has now upgraded to offer secondary education alongside the primary school. Some students at Shree Peekay school are from poor backgrounds and sadly find themselves unable to continue their education because of financial pressures in the family. This is often in spite of a student’s academic capabilities.

(Furba Sherpa from Sherpa Brothers providing library book to Peekay Secondary School’s head master Chet Bdr Magar )


Sherpa Brothers contributes financial support to allow for scholarships for bright students unable to afford their education. This initiative has influenced some of our clients in the past to offer similar support.

Today 9 students in the following photographs are getting full financial scholarship, dress and books to help further their education. Some of our valuable clients have offered support for up to 5 years to individual students so that they are in the position to do something worthwhile with their lives.

(Furba Sherpa from Sherpa Brothers is providing Stationairy equipments to Jwalamai Primary School’s Head master Bhai Kaji Pulami)


Sherpa Brothers is also committed in a similar way to supporting Shree Jwalamai Primary School in Tamakhani.

Students from Imbung Secondary School  

Imbung school

Students from Peekay secondary school 

Loding school

Students from Dimbile Primary School


Porter care

Porters plays a vital role in making our holidays enjoyable. The adventurous treks and climbing are unimaginable without porters. Health and safety of porters is very important to us, the porters working under Sherpa Brothers are well equipped and insured. This how we believe to make a happy holiday.

In 2010, Medex UK and Porter progress UK  collected the  data regard to the treatment and well being of porters in Nepal.  Two staffs from Sherpa Brothers  actively participated to collect the data at Marpha and Muktinath with Medex and Porter Progress volunteer members. Details of this  http://www.portersprogressuk.org/our-projects/medex-research-project .

In 2012 Sherpa Brothers again helped in translating the questionnaire form from English to Nepali script, printing and collecting the porter morality data. Details of this link. http://www.portersprogressuk.org/needs-research/

Earthquake relief aid from Sherpa Brothers Treks 

Furba from Sherpa Brothers provided the relief aid to Sindupalchok area’s people as soon as the earthquake happened in Nepal. Sherpa Brothers provided 10 tents, 10 mattress and 10 sleeping bags

The second big earthquake damaged a lot in mid eastern Nepal and that has damaged lots in our own village Loding. As soon as the earth quake happened, Furba Sherpa from Sherpa Brothers carried the relief aid and distributed to the people suffer from our own area. This relief fund was partly from Sherpa Brothers and partly supported from our family members and clients. Sherpa Brothers distributed 45 Tarpaulin  to make a Shelter for those people.

Sherpa Brothers Provided a big tent to Health post of Tamakhani, the health post was also damaged by earthquake.

The temporary Learning Shelter for the students of Peekay Secondary School has been made as soon as second big earthquake damaged the School. The Shelter was build after collecting the fund from some Ex students of Peekay School. As an Ex students Furba from Sherpa Brothers contributed Rs 10,000 ( $100) to the headmaster.

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