Amankora Festive Offer:
- Embark on a tailor-made nine-night itinerary, including complimentary long road permits, private transport with driver and guide and one 60-minute spa treatment.
- Nine-night journey from USD 13,050 (single) and USD 13,950 (double)
- Alternative itineraries ranging from 7 to 12 nights are available
Terms and conditions:
- The offer is applicable for journeys from 20 December 2014 to 5 January 2015
- Rates listed include accommodation for the length of stay, all meals and house beverages, airport transfers to and from Paro Airport, visa processing assistance and inclusions as stated.
- Rates are subject to 20% government tax and service charge surcharge of US$40 (single) / US$60 (double) per day government royalties of US$65 per person per day (except Indian nationals), a one-time Sustainable Tourism Fund charge of US$10 per person, a onetime visa application fee of US$40 per person.
- Single occupancy suite rate per person is subject to supplementary charge of US$405 per night. Single occupancy is also subject to the same additional charges listed. Rates and government tax are subject to change without notice.
10/11/2014 to 05/01/2015
- Accommodation: Five luxurious lodges with between 8 and 24 suites; 72 suites in total
- Location: The 5 lodges are in various locations spread across the valleys of central and western Bhutan. The close ones are located near to Paro and the capital Thimphu, whilst the remote ones are in Punakha, Gangtey and Bumthang
- Facilities: Paro: library, spa with sauna, hot stone baths and yoga. Thimphu: spa, dining deck. Punakha: tea pavilion, yoga room, steam room. Gangtey: massage rooms. Bumthang: spa, library. In rooms: bukhari wood-burning stove, luxurious terrazzo baths
- Activities: Guided mountain treks between the lodges or a jeep excursion
- Weather: The ideal time to visit is Autumn, from late September to late November or Spring, from March to May. Winter, December to February, is slightly colder but brings clear blue skies, an abundance of hiking opportunities and draws less crowds.
- Children: Children welcome but these resorts are somewhat better suited to couples