Chencho Dem is a mother, doting wife and a travel guide. Its a conventional wisdom that a person should keep home front in harmony to achieve a better result at work, she manage all with perfection, no wonder its clearly reflects on the way she conduct the tours with smile and cheerfulness at large.
After finishing her class 12 from Thimphu in 2010, though there were varied options but she chose to pursue Hotel Management and tourism programme for 2 years. Rather than being behind the desk, she felt she could expressed better being in field. She led many tours as freelance guide for Aman Kora and finally joined Wind Horse Tours in 2014. She is also among the few lady guides in the country who has treaded upon most of the trekking routes in Bhutan.
Aug 9-16, 2017 Rating:
I cannot thank Ugen (Wind Horse representative in the U.S.) and Jambay (WindHorse representative in Bhutan) enough for making everything before and during my Bhutan journey absolutely wonderful! From first inquiry about the journey, they were both friendly, professional, and extremely helpful – not only answering all of my many questions promptly, but also offering additional information to put any possible concern at ease. My trip was planned rather short notice and had a few special circumstances, and again,Ugen and Jambay were so honest and went above and beyond to take care of everything quickly and perfectly. My sincere appreciation to both
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April 18 - 25, 2016 Rating:
Anand, In regard to the guide and driver, they both were kind and accommodating , particularly with my mother. As for the tour, I would have liked more information about Bhutan, especially about its history, geography, economics, government, and sites. Most of the information was about religion, yet I still don;t know the difference between a lama and a guru. Better explanation would have been helpful. Most of out drives were silent, as we drove by sites. Unless we asked, no information was offered. For example, I know hydroelectric power is the number one source of money for your country, yet it
Dec 03 - 06, 2015 Rating:
Flexible Bhutan customised Trip Dear Anand, Thank you for your email. Our trip to Bhutan was truly an amazing experience. I would like to thank you for welcoming us with hospitality into your country. The highlights 1.Warm on-time greeting at the airport by your professional tea 2.Extremely friendly, well-spoken, and very well-educated staff 3.Knowledgeable explanations for all sites and history 4.Diverse selection of visiting options - Tchencho sat with us and we hand-picked the places we would like to visit, then we made a day-to-day schedule that would match how much activity we liked to do and places of interest 5.Brilliant introduction to Bhutan's delicious cuisine. We ate in