Four of us took a trip to Bhutan in late April 2010. We truly had a wonderful time. The most confusing thing about planning the trip was picking the tour operator since there are so many local guides available. The prices are fixed so it is difficult to make a choice. We decided to go with Bridge to Bhutan, a tour agency operated by two youngish Bhutanese brothers. We were very glad we chose them. They truly molded the trip to our desires and needs. The brother that took us around, Fin, was very personable and entertaining. Best of all, his English was outstanding (both brothers lived and went to college in the US for several years). The driver he hired was a lot of fun--he even would sing Bhutanese songs to us! We definitely had the best trip ever and enjoyed every minute of it. The itinerary mostly went well. There were a few things we didn't see but that was ok because we changed our minds about a few things. The hotels and restaurants were fine. We arranged a home stay which was a lot of fun--we even drank a bottle of their home brew with the family. We met a few of Fin's relatives along the way which made it even more personable. The van we had worked out great for the four of us. One of the best things about Bridge to Bhutan is that Fin and his brother are definitely all about sustainable development and given their personalities, I think they will make progress in their country. There were truly very few negative things about the trip.