Pasang TamangGeneral Member
Mr. Pasang Tamang, born in the remote village of Langtang at 4000m, grew up enjoying being surrounded by nature and adventure. Mr. Tamang studied tourism, financed by the Grahammer Family of Germany, intending to work in the tourism industry. He has come a long way since 2008, working as a trekking and mountain guide and completing extensive mountain training. Mr. Tamang also worked for several years with his father at a tea house in Langtang, where he gained expertise and concepts about hospitality in tourism. Mr. Tamang’s warm demeanor and honesty have enabled him to build an excellent network of individuals and other trekking agencies. He was 22 years old when the April 2015 earthquake left him alone, having lost both his parents and possessions. It was a challenging period for him, and he worked hard to discover his path and fulfill his goals to become the man he is today.
Mr. Tamang spent the summer in Austria working at a lodge called Die Ostprussen Hutte, where he learned about European tourism, allowing him to succeed in his business area. Mr. Pasang Tamang, the Managing Director of Tenjin Eco Treks, feels that tourism should be more eco-friendly nowadays to mitigate the negative consequences of global warming. Mr. Tamang and his team would want to donate 5% of the company’s profit to the education of underprivileged children in Nepal’s Himalayan area. Pasang Tamang, the owner of Buddha Inn in Kyanjin and the managing director of Tenjin Eco-Treks, has been an official partner of The Partners Nepal since 2021, where we have established the One Day One Tree project, replicating the successful reforestation efforts of Sagarmatha National Park and Buffer Zone. Mr. Pasang Tamang joined The Partners Nepal in 2022 because of his passion for conservation and as a participant in our forestry endeavor.