Bhutan and India – the long awaited trip!

Jan 23, 2023 | Bhutan, Blog Posts, Indian Subcontinent, News, Trip Reports

Loyal clients, Andrew and Suzanne finally made  their long awaited visit to Bhutan and the tea gardens of India, after it was postponed five times due to the pandemic!

“As you know all too well, this trip had a long and painful gestation! The first thing to say is how much we appreciated all your help and support not only in the original planning of the trip but also even more in the complex business of repeatedly rescheduling the arrangements at a time which must have been a nightmare for anyone working  in the travel industry. Secondly we were repeatedly impressed by the faultless way in which all the complex logistics of the trip worked seamlessly throughout our travels. This certainly did not happen by accident or good luck and we know a lot of hard work by you and your in-country representatives lay behind this – one very good reason for drawing on the expertise of seasoned professionals like you when planning a trip of this nature. We were also greatly impressed by the fact that the bespoke itinerary you devised for us accurately reflected our tastes and wishes, rather than trying to shoehorn us into some off-the-peg package. As for the destinations, Glenburn Tea Estate was an absolute delight and perfect for relaxing. In Bhutan, the planned trekking and cycling activities were challenging but tremendously rewarding. Passang was excellent company. Finally Diphlu River Lodge suited us down to the ground. With thanks for all you did to make this trip happen, at last!”

Dr Andrew Mounstephen & Dr Suzanne Waterer, Bhutan and India

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