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Trekking in Bhutan

Kuenga Lhendup

Posted on Tue September 10, 2019.

I have been working as a Cultural Tour Guide of Bhutan for the last 4 years. My passion for the job, love for my beautiful country and its majestic landscape had driven me much deeper. Now I not only have the better understanding of my country's unique culture, intact age old traditions and the way of Bhutanese life, I am a certified Photography Tour Guide, specialized also in Bird Watching and Nature tour guide.

My core principle is respecting and supporting in the growth of my organization, safety of my guests and to be a cheerful travel companion as I take my guest around Bhutan the country I consider very sacred and precious.

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Sonam Wangchuk

Posted on Tue September 4, 2018 in Bhutan Swallowtail Tour Directors.

If you are a wanderlust looking to get lost and be immersed in a unique culture and nature or in a spiritual and meditative mode, or on an adventurous trekking spree I am the right tour guide for you.

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Tenzin Phuntsho

Posted on Wed August 22, 2018 in Bhutan Swallowtail Tour Directors.

More than your tour guide, I am your travel companion and a trekking friend in the Himalayas. The most inspiring, positive and consistent feedback from all of my previous guests is that they enjoy being around me and listening to my stories of Bhutan.

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Trekking in Bhutan

Posted by Sonam on Tue July 3, 2018 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

To make your trekking all the more comfortable you will be accompanied by your very own dedicated trekking team consisting of a trekking tour guide, a trained chef and helper, horse men and horses to carry your luggage. All you need to carry is a sunscreen, camera and a water bottle. Medical assistance will be at your call if necessary. Your trekking team will take off before you so that the campsite is well prepared once you get there; you will be welcomed with a hot beverage with snacks, bonfire/campfire where possible and your pitched tents.

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