Above: Tshering Choki, third from left, leading guide training with local youth. Ms. Tshering Choki is the Director of Athang Private Limited, a private company dedicated to the development of education and ICT in Bhutan. She completed her Master’s
Tek Bahadur Khatiwara, Programme Director at Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators (ABTO), has over 17 years of practical work experiences implementing various sustainable tourism developmental projects, from villages to towns to tourism businesses. He is well versed in the field
72 year old Agay Passang Wangi from Phangyuel Gewog, Wangdiphodrang Dzongkhag travelled the Trans Bhutan Trail when walking by foot was the primary means of transportation. He recalls the journey he took to attend ceremonies and meet relatives. Today, he
As 2020 nears an end, we look back at the COVID-19 pandemic that has adversely affected the livelihood of many people. Yet in Bhutan, we have been spared of major health consequences. The leadership from His Majesty, the government, and
Tshewang Nidup is the CEO of Bhutan Expeditions, a small family owned business offering specialized tours of Bhutan. Tshewang focuses his business on education, making sure tourists leave with a deep sense of the cultural and spiritual fabric of Bhutan.
Dr. Kinley Tenzin completed his Undergraduate BSc in forestry from the University of the Philippines and his Master’s degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Edinburgh, UK. In 2003, he was appointed as Forest Research Program Officer and
Kado Zangpo is the Director of the Department of Local Governance under the Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs. He graduated from Sherubtse College in Khanglung, Tashigang and pursued his masters from RMIT University in Melbourne. Throughout his career as
Dorji Dhradhul, Director General of Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) completed his bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Science from Sri Lanka and obtained a master’s degree from the UK. After working as an agriculturist at the Ministry of Agriculture and Forest