Sometime, its the exuberance, spirit, conviction and no dearth of motivation but importantly an intent to learn and introspect, these traits can arguably overwhelm the experience and maturity, in the same league, Yeshi Dorji is one among many young guns, whose sense of inquisition, spirited motivation, zeal to make a difference rub off to entire team. He walked into this trade at fag end of 2014, right after he completed his graduation and half a dozen months of intensive guide course.
Yeshi Dorji did his schooling in Bhutan and in those early days, tourism left an indelible imprint in his young mind. it didn’t took much time to graduate from mere passion for tourism into his firm conviction. Armed with guiding certificate in 2014, he forayed first as freelancer and worked with top travel company in Bhutan. His second venture was as a in-house guide for Aman Resort Bhutan.
Since last 2 years, he has been associated with Wind Horse and leading tours with flair, dexterity and competence. Rather than me writing about him, check guests’s feedback and insights, which speaks volumes.
April 18-26,201 Rating:
Dear Anand, I am writing to add my comments to those of Nancy, who wrote you yesterday. The trip in Bhutan was a total success. Eastern Bhutan gave us the rural, agricultural and indigenous views which we sought, and which your tour description promised.Yeshi is an exceptionally talented guide. His command of English is very strong and, because of this ability and his wide knowledge, he was able to provide a useful answer to every question we had about Bhutan and it's culture, history and people. He is personable, cheerful, friendly,accommodating and helpful. He can't be beat! Our drivers - Sonam and Dharmindrah
April 18 - 26, 2017 Rating:
Anand, We had the ultimate Bhutanese cultural experience and credit the success to Yeshi Dorji who guided us skillfully into Buddhist culture. We were able to have so many questions answered adroitly and with a depth of understanding that Yeshi was able to convery with his English language skill. The trip flowed so smoothy as we visited families, camped, walked about villages and visited Dzongs, etc. Yeshi possesses a sincerity and kindness that I believe is rare, at least in America. He is a delight to share time with. My husband and I were treated to such respectful and kind thoughtfulness.