“Return To Nepal” is an independent series of short films that aims to highlight some ground truths around the tourism industry after the 2015 earthquake.
It reflects the experiences, knowledge and thoughts of Nepali’s of different ages, backgrounds and parts of the tourism industry encouraging people from around the world to once again consider it as an exciting and beautiful holiday destination.
Doc is an ex-army officer. He is not only one of the 17 Global Ambassadors to Nepal, he was also the first person to walk the Great Himalaya Trail solo in 2013.east2westnepal.org
Oliver has over 17 years of experience making documentaries all over the world. In 2005 he won an Emmy for his UNICEF film “Rebellion of Canes”.oliverwilkins.com
Pasang started his working career in the trekking industry, from porter, hotel manager to Everest Base Camp manager.
“Doc McKerr knows the country and knows the Nepalese: he is ideally placed to make an excellent and informative documentary about the plight of Nepal after the earthquakes, and the possibilities of helping that valiant country in the future. I send all my warmest good wishes to him and his team.”
“If you can capture the cordiality and friendliness of the people, you will have hit upon Nepal’s greatest attraction for the traveller. Very good luck."
Michael Palin CBE
“Well done for trying to help in Nepal. The best of luck with the project.”
Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE