It’s the quality of your time that matters, people most often claimed their time spent traveling as the most meaningful time. Travel is the perfect catalyst for happiness, as it allows to expand our capacity for wonder, joy and appreciation of the amazing diversity on our lovely planet.
I am a travel enthusiast Himalayan man from the tiny kingdom of Bhutan. I started my career in the travel industry as a local tour guide. During my eight years of tour guiding journey, i have traversed Bhutan with solo,couple,family and group travelers to all parts of Bhutan. I have made so many new friends from around the world and this allowed me to travel widely through the friendships i made with travelers. As i started traveling i noticed that, different places have different charms and different people have their different means of happiness.
Little that i have noticed everywhere in the places that i have traveled, is people need some breathing space which is often lost in the chaos of this crazy modern world. Everybody deserves some time for themselves to take advantage of peacefulness, happiness and an introduction to a spiritual journey in life. That in mind, i have co-founded Bhutan Mind Vacation Tours in 2011 with a friend of mine to help those who are in search of peace, happiness and spiritual journeys while at the same time contributing back to my country. I ,along with my team had the opportunity to host many travelers from around the world and assisted them in immersing themselves in our happy country with our unique culture and pristine environment.
We are happily distributing the biggest gift of The Dragon King, His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuk’s unique developmental philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH). His Majesty envisioned GNH and built it around four basic pillars 1.equitable and equal socio-economic development, 2.preservation and promotion of cultural and spiritual heritage, 3.conservation of environment and 4.good governance.
His Majesty’s idea of development of Bhutan was to strive for wholesome development by putting people at the center of it without compromising basic human values in such a way that natural balance was respected.