In our years of travels to different parts of the world, we have not had a feeling so intense for its people until we visited Bhutan. A country quite like no other, it saw us embark on a school building project for a remote rural school. Other projects followed and haven't stopped since.
Our want to give back to the country that gave us so much emotionally is the inspiration behind MAD. - Make A Difference.
MAD. is founded with the primary objective to help the less privileged, especially children, in Bhutan.
While other charities focus on broader social causes, MAD aims to touch lives at personal level. Providing aids to the needy, sponsoring orphaned children, gifting of basic education materials to schools are just some of the things we do to give back to the beautiful country.
Our desire is to engage our guests with the people and their lives, and to create a positive social impact to the local communities by incorporating an element of charity during their visit.
With office presence in both Singapore and Bhutan, our trained and experienced guides will be available to help you with a customised itinerary. Make A Difference with us and make that positive impact in supporting the local communities and projects for the less privileged.
Make Bhutan your next holiday destination and Make A Difference while doing that.
Meet The Team
Christopher & Rosabelle Tan
Co-founders & CEO
Husband and wife team,
Chris and Rosabelle are both avid photographers who are more interested in local cultures and off the beaten track adventures. Seasoned travelers, they have traveled the world documenting the lives of the people they have met along their journey.
Chris takes the leadership role in providing direction and guidance to the team, working to support the growth of MAD as a
successful social enterprise.
Co-founder & MD, Bhutan
Soft-spoken and well mannered, Namgay was driven to share with others his passion and travel experiences in a more authentic and meaningful manner. A lanky chap with a big heart for Bhutan and her people, Namgay is enthused about sharing the Bhutanese culture and heritage in which he carries with much pride.
Kinley graduated with a Bachelors of Arts In Bhutanese and Himalayan Studies from College of Language and Cultural Studies.
Having a strong interest in Himalayan histories and Bhutanese cultural, Kinley Wangchuk started guiding in 2016 and is now a specialized cultural guide.
Graduated with a degree in Hotel Management and Hospitality from Bangalore University, India in 2011, Kinley spent the next 3 years working for UMA COMO.
He started the guiding profession after realising that he prefers to be out sharing the knowledge of his country than to be desk bounded.