Our guides' experience, dedication, and enthusiasm make them ideal ambassadors for your destination. They chart the course, finesse the details, and speak the language (English, as well as the local language). They also possess a truly rare skill, knowing when to let serendipity and inspiration take the lead.
Sangay Wangchuk is an avid mountaineer. He has climbed mountains and trekked in all corners of Bhutan. For over 25 years, Sangay has led walking tours and specialized tours focusing on Bhutanese textiles, anthropology, and architecture. He loves writing and is currently documenting the oral traditions – myths and stories originating in the countryside of Bhutan. He has published a book named “Seeing with the Third Eye. Growing up with Grandma in rural Bhutan”. His favorite pastime is contributing as a columnist for the Business Bhutan newspaper and he also writes for the Tourism Council of Bhutan’s annual magazine.
A native of Bhutan, Leki Phuntshok speaks fluent English and Chinese. His interests lie in photography, bird watching, and hiking. Having completed every trekking route in northern Bhutan, he looks forward to welcoming CW guests on the trail and showing them his beautiful country.
Tashi Dorji graduated from the Bhutan International School of Hospitality and Tourism and has been working as a guide ever since. Tashi is passionate about the history and culture of Bhutan, especially with regard to the concept of “Gross National Happiness” and he looks forward to sharing his knowledge with CW guests.
Arun Rai has been guiding in Bhutan since 2006 after training as a tour leader through government-sponsored programs offered to instill the importance of offering environmentally and culturally sensitive tours in his native country. When not guiding or spending time with his wife and daughter, you can find Arun hiking, playing soccer, or practicing Bhutan’s national sport – archery.