Pemba Chiri Sherpa
Nepal

Pemba Chiri
Based in Kathmandu, Nepal
Trek Rate
$25 per day
Trekking Peak Rate
$35 per day
+ $450 per trekking peak
Languages
English, Nepali, Sherpa
Experience
almost 11 years
Ratings
great (1 review)

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Pemba is originally from Lukla the gateway to the Everest Region of Nepal. He has led many treks throughout Nepal, including treks in his home region: 3 passes (Cho La Kongma La and Renjo La), and into the Khumbu from Rolwaling over the Tashi Lapcha Pass. In addition from the treks, he has led climbs of many trekking peaks in the Everest region including Lobuche, Mera, and Island Peaks. In addition to the Khumbu (Everest) Region Pemba has also lead treks in Annapurna Region. In his free time Pemba enjoys Thakna painting (a traditional Buddhist religious painting). He also enjoys studying Buddhist texts, traveling, seeing new places and meeting new people.

Previous Treks with Sherpana
  • Everest Base Camp via Ama Dablam Base Camp (Oct 2018)

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Reviews

by Ludmila (Germany)
on Nov 1, 2018

Everest Base Camp via Ama Dablam Base Camp
led by Pemba Chiri Sherpa

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I did EBC via Ama Dablam trek alone and it was very important for me to have the right guide by my side. I didn't regret that I've chosen Pemba to lead my trek. Pemba is a very good person, friendly, kind, patient, well-adjusted, experienced and professional. I always felt comfortable with him. He is very knowledgeable about Buddhism because he is a monk associated with Monastery at Lukla. Pemba is a great Thangka Painter as well. This trek isn't easy, sometimes challenging but great and unforgettable. It was a highlight of my life! Thanks Pemba. I hope to see you again. Sherpana is well organised trustful company. I got a lot of help when I needed. Especially when I stuck at domestic airport because of bad weather. Lhakpa, thank you much!