Mr. Buddi Bahadur Bhandari (KIRAN) entered the tourism industry in Nepal in 1999 as a trekking porter. After three years of experience, he was promoted to trekking cook. Three years later, he had the opportunity to become an assistant guide at company, and he accepted the offer and began working as a trekking guide in 2004 with new responsibilities. It is true that before 1998, all trekking was conducted as a camping trek as there were no lodges in Annapurna, Langtang and Mount Everest at that time. He is from the Sindhupalchok region of the Bagmati province of Nepal. He has been leading trekking groups in Nepal to the Annapurna, Langtang, Everest, Dolpo, Mustang, Manaslu, Rolwaling Mount Kailash via Simikot and Kanchenjunga, but his favorite areas is Manaslu, Dolpo and Mustang. He has trekking experience in Ladakh, India and Mount Kailash in Tibet. He works as a trekking guide in Nepal. He has obtained a trekking guide license from the Ministry of Tourism of the Government of Nepal and the trekking guide’s license number is 4577.