Feb 14 - Feb 26, 2016
Bhutan in the winter is beautiful. The skies are at their bluest, making the snow studded Himalayan peaks most visible.
Mar 31 - Apr 12, 2016
Bhutan wakes up from winter with an explosion of wild flowers and the forests of rhododendrons are ablaze with color.
Mar 19 - Mar 31, 2016
One of the highlights of this journey will be the opportunity to experience the Paro tsechu, or festival. You will not forget your visit to this remarkable and truly Bhutanese experience.
Travel has been John’s passion since he was a summer exchange student in Peru during high school. A 2007 trip to Bhutan changed his life, so struck with the beauty of Bhutan, its wonderful people and the unique feel of the country that he founded Champaca Journeys.
Sangay, a graduate of the University of Bhutan, dedicates his time to making excellent coffee and managing our new Champaca Café in Paro.
Dorji and John became acquainted when he guided John’s first Bhutan trip in 2007. Dorji is one of the few guides/tour operators in Bhutan to possess the necessary levels of government licensing and we are honored have Dorji guide all our journeys.
Another long time friend of Champaca Journeys, Younten’s background in tourism makes him a very helpful and pleasant addition to the trips he joins as assistant guide.
A former Buddhist monk, Serd has great understanding for the secular parts of Lao life, and brings great sensitivity and humor to his work as a tour operator
Born on a farm near Siem Reap, Sopheara's dream was to visit Angkor Wat as a young boy. His first visit made such an impression that he studied to be a guide, and now he brings compassion and a great sense of humor to all his tours.