Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

Our foremost philosophy revolves around offering the ultimate travel experience and participation in Nepal to our valued visitors. We want to serve Nepal’s diverse culture, long history, distinct architecture, and absolute natural beauty to them in the never-presented way possible.
 

The way we do things here at Sabbatical Explore Nepal separates us from the rest. Our foremost philosophy revolves around offering the ultimate travel experience and participation in Nepal to our valued visitors. We want to serve Nepal’s diverse culture, long history, distinct architecture, and absolute natural beauty to them in the never-presented way possible.

Being a medium between travelers across the world and communities of Nepal is one of the best reasons for our presence. We want to create and see an equal balance between the sides involved. Communities and locals get to earn some income and new exposure out of their hospitality. Similarly, travelers discover life and nature from a different setting visit and also contribute to the societies. That is why we highly believe in the promising prospects of social tourism, and we market community-based tourism here at our organization. 

Another ideology we highly believe in, and practice at our work is sustainability. Earth is the only home of all living beings, and we all should make it an excellent place to exist. Thus we intensely practice sustainable tourism practices wherever it is possible. We are always on the go to minimize adverse environmental impacts and contribute to conserving nature and its offspring. It is always great if you do things for the long run. 

If we take all the above philosophies together and practice them, it becomes another must philosophy, Responsible Tourism, that we use at our place. Ultimately, responsible tourism creates positive impacts on the economy, environment, and people through tourism. Thus we make sure whether the things we do are making positive impacts or not. If found, we lessen the adverse effects and promote positive ones over them.       

“Guests are equivalent to god, or Atithi Devo Bhava” is quite a famous saying in our sub-continent. The same goes for the Sabbatical Explore Nepal Team. Our clients’ preferences, satisfaction, and happiness have been our primary concerns from the  very start. As a result, we have been able to give supreme customer satisfaction and achieve word of mouth from our valued clients.

 

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