New Members from the Atlanta Convention

Welcome to the International Travel and Hosting Fellowship - please be patient!

We were overwhelmed by the interest shown at the Convention and have a large pile of applications to process.  You will receive an email when your application has been entered, but until then please be patient. The officers need to get back home and catch up on their sleep! All applications will be processed as soon as possible.

A Message from the ITHF President

Barry Philps - ITHF President 2018-18Welcome to the International Travel and Hosting Fellowship for Rotary year 2016/17. There are several activities available to you as a member of ITHF. You can refresh your knowledge of our fellowship by following the leads on our home page. You can meet many of our members at this convention by assisting at the booth in the house of friendship. This a great opportunity to make new friends, meet current friends from around the world and tell other Rotarians about the advantages of belonging to our fellowship.

You can use our extensive membership directory to add another dimension to your travels both locally and internationally. Have a coffee, a meal or stay overnight with your fellow members. Set up a small tour with your local members to encourage others to visit your area to learn about the history and see the great scenery.

ITHF members explore Nepal and Bhutan

The tour party:

Our ITHF Nepalese member - Tilak Thapa Magar,  organized a tour package for ITHF members and their families. It started at Kathmandu with visits to World Heritage Sites before moving on to visit earthquake stricken areas of Dhading.  From there the tour moved to the beautiful city of Pokhara with visits to important sites before returning to Kathmandu for a few days.

A tour of the mysterious land of Bhutan was available as an optional extra that offered a rare combination of peace and harmony amidst some of the world's most stunning mountain scenery.  Based in Thimphu this option began with two days of sight seeing followed by attendance at the first Rotary District Conference ever held in Bhutan.

Uen Hua (Aircon) Chao and Janet Chao were in the tour party and have sent this report:

All participants enjoyed ITHF Bhutan/Nepal Tour. We are very happy to have the chance to explore mysterious Bhutan and Nepal. Thanks to our Nepalese member Tilak Thapa Magar, he  made great efforts  to make this tour possible, also thank to our Nepal/ Bhutan VP Sita Rupakheti. She has done an excellent job to make our journey more enjoyable.

Below is a link to the website you may visit to review our Bhutan/ Nepal tour.  You may also upload your photos to share with all of us. 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/138508126@N08/albums/with/72157677552526383

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