• I first came across WTH on a recommendation in my feed from Facebook,as I am interested in cycling. The post talked about cycling in Bhutan. It had been sometime since I took a holiday, due to work and this gave me the perfect excuse. And cycling is the best way to see a new place. It's neither too fast nor too slow. And it's a perfect way to see the landscape.

    So I called up and talked to Sid. I was apprehensive initially. It was a little above my budget. But after talking to Sid, I was convinced that I would get the best facilities. Why not splurge once in a while?After all we work for it. And I was not disappointed.From the time I landed, Sid and WTH ensured I was well taken care of.The itinerary was the right blend of activity (cycling) and leisure.And Bhutan is absolutely heavenly. The stay and food was not lacking in any department.

    I would recommend that you visit Bhutan atleast once, and what better way than with WTH!

    Lastly, like Sid put it, for everyone that was part of WTH, it's about the bonding and relation that you develop with your travel mates that matters. And WTH experience is not a one off, it is a community that you will want to be part of.

  • A dream come true! From the moment we touched down we could feel the happy energy of this beautiful and very spiritual country. I highly recommend WTH Bhutan for its professionalism, warmth and efficiency. The quality of service provided was far beyond our expectations and our needs were always anticipated. Our guide (Gem) was a bunch of talent from a pro as a MTB cyclist, to his vast knowledge about Buddhist culture and history.Like I read it on a back of car in Bhutan – You come here a tourist, stay as friends and leave as family. Perfect!-

    Prem Kanojia
    ( Trip in October 2016)
  • Mountain biking really is the best way to see Bhutan!  We still recall unforgettable memories of our trip to this mysterious country. Our guide Gem and our driver Nuang took very good care of us. Gem gave us as many as possible information about culture, nature and spirit of this interesting country.  Thanks to the whole WTH Bhutan team for hospitality. We managed to pack a lot of riding into 2 weeks, plus some culture, archery, river rafting and a hike up to the Tigers Nest as well.

    ( Trip in October 2016)
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