Keys to Bhutan is a rack-to-riches story. Founded by two childhood friends Anan and Gelay. It initially started as a web based travel company being one of the first and the oldest travel website in Bhutan.
All these two young lads had was a tiny storeroom, an antique computer, full of patience, big heart and a big dream as well. They entered into the travel industry as a part time guide during their school vacation. In 1999 after their graduation as expected it was nothing surprising when 99% graduates would happily join the government service making their parents PROUD!!! The two adventurous and energetic buddies took a different turn and opened their own travel company with one computer in a small storeroom of their parents but with a big dream.
Ultimately, hard work paid off these guys and in a short span of time, from scratch now Keys to Bhutan is a most prominent, well-established high-end company and a known brand in Bhutan tourism Industry. It's one the fastest growing company and has one of the largest fleet of it's own transport and a set of well-qualified guides. Proudly, it's now a partner to the Indian?s largest online holiday maker, Make My Trip.
We are backed up by team of young energetic professionals for it's company's unique policy to recruit only the fresh graduates. Unlike any other companies, as a trendsetter, now our only goal is to be recognized as, "THE BEST PLACE TO WORK IN" for our employees.
Keys to Bhutan is licensed and fully registered with the Tourism Council of Bhutan, Royal Government of Bhutan, and the founder is one of the Board of Directors of the Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators. Our head office is based in Thimphu, with an outlet in Paro (airport town).
Really appreciate YANA's professional organization of the entire trip. Could not imagine how a trekking trip could such be well organized - more or less like a 5-star hotel with the only difference of we were at more than 3,000 above sea level. Special thanks to Yeshey and the chef who had given tons of assistance when I was descending due to attitude sickness. - Simon Liu, Hong Kong