The three main people behind The Borderlands are Megh Ale, Anil Chitrakar and Wade Campbell.
Megh Ale is one of Nepal's leading figures in rafting. Having spent several years working and exploring the rivers and jungles of Nepal, including four years at the Bardiya National Park as a naturalist, Megh is always ready to share his deep understanding of Nepal and its myriad cultures, plants and animals. He is the founder and president of the Nepal River Conservation Trust (NRCT), and the Managing Director of Ultimate Descents Nepal and the Borderlands Nepal. The Borderlands PDP is part of the Borderlands Nepal that focuses on Professional and Leadership Development programs for Corporate Houses and Schools, both national as well as international.
Anil Chitrakar, the corporate director, is a great facilitator and brings decades of experience in implementing small and large projects in Nepal and globally, both in the private and the public sectors. He believes that outdoors and hands on learning is the best way to bring out the best in individuals and teams.
Wade Campbell is a Canadian native and has had extensive experience in outdoor adventure pursuits. He has delivered outdoor programs for nineteen years in various countries and has spent ten years in business and travel in Asia. He is knowledgeable in the field of experimental education, adventure-based programs, marketing and tourism. He began his career in Outdoor Education with the Canadian Outward Bound Wildness School in 1984. He is presently the Director for the Borderlands Adventure Centre
Mahabir Pun, an Ashoka Fellow and the Ramon Magsaysay Award Winner in 2007, is the team leader of Nepal Wireless Networking Project. He has also been conferred with different awards in recognition of his effort to initiate different projects such as: paper making, education, health clinic, composting toilets, teaching etc. His experiences range from bee keeping to building a 2KW micro-hydro power station and also building the first wireless network using Wi-fi technology in Nangi village. Mr. Pun is now associated with the Borderlands Nepal to jointly promote village tourism in the Myagdi area with the help of the community lodges.