Steve Webster was born in the Jersey Channel Islands of the United Kingdom and traveled to Nepal in the early 1980s to work with the famous Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge. He spent five years in the jungles of Nepal, managing several lodges and camps and studying wildlife, and he trekked extensively in Nepal while working as Director of Sales for our Nepal outfitter. In Kathmandu, Steve overseas the running of the Himalayan Children's Foundation, which educates underprivileged and orphaned children from remote mountain districts. In Bhutan, he is involved with a project that supports a family-run traditional art school outside of the capital, Thimphu. Steve has also guided journeys in Tibet, including the ethereal setting of Rongbuk Monastery below the North Face of Everest. "I originally came to Nepal on a holiday 20 years ago. That holiday has turned into a non-stop adventure of a lifetime and I continue to be in awe of this very special part of the world. I consider myself very fortunate to have spent much of my adult life in the jungles and mountains of the Himalayas and in the company of people that have such wonderful spirituality. It is a joy to share those experiences with my fellow travelers." Steve lives in Kathmandu with his Nepalese wife and their two children. He speaks fluent Nepali.
Steve was a gracious, thoughtful leader and essential in making the trip a success.
Steve was great...he was very well organized, knowledgeable, fun, interesting. A great tour guide.
Steve is over the top in humor, helpfulness, and unflappability. He is also knowledgeable about medical problems, even when minor. He is excellent!
Can't say enough about Steve. By far the best guide I've ever had. His attention to every detail and need is outstanding.
Steve was always there for us at any time. Extremely conscientious, well organized, and efficient, along with a warm and generous personality.
Steve was excellent in making certain everyone's wants and desires were met. He just intuitively knew what to do to make us all happy!