Who are they?
Our Bhutanese local partner first began in 2003. Since then, they’ve built up a dedicated team who specialise in both cultural and trekking experiences. All their guides are trained and certified by the Tourism Council of Bhutan and are also provided with refresher training and trips to neighbouring countries to gain more experience.
Our partner operates from their head office in Thimphu – not too far from the clock tower. Their staff are experts on all things Bhutan and of course know all the myths, legends, and stories that make their mountain kingdom so enigmatic.
Making good things happen together
Like us, our local partners in Bhutan believe that good things can happen when we travel. They support small local projects across Bhutan, like Shoe Help; a not-for-profit organisation who collects used shoes and distributes them in rural areas.
Our partner holds bi-annual discussion forums for all their employees, giving them an opportunity to get more involved in business decisions. On top of this, all their staff are entitled to a yearly bonus and salary increase and are entitled to an emergency loan should they need it.
14 days / 13 nights (flexible)
Thimphu - Phobjikha - Bumthang - Merak Sakteng Trek - Trashigang - Samdrup Jonkhar - Guwahati Airport
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