Spiritual Immersion Offer at Amankora Gangtey
Consisting of five lodges dotted across Bhutan’s pristine mountain terrain, Amankora offers unparalleled access to one of the world’s most intriguing countries. This September, Dr Karma Phuntsho – Buddhist scholar, humanitarian and author of the first comprehensive English-language history of Bhutan – will guide a journey, both literal and spiritual, between the lodges, combining sightseeing with yoga, meditation and lectures. The tour includes all meals and drinks, as well as one 60-minute spa treatment.
COST: USD 14,880 for an 8-night itinerary based on two guests sharing a double room.
Spiritual Immersion Offer includes:
- Two nights each at Thimphu, Gangtey, Punakha and Paro lodges
- All meals, including picnics and in-house drinks
- Airport transfers
- Laundry and wifi
- Private vehicle/driver and English-speaking guide for internal transfers and sightseeing
- One 60-minute spa treatment per person, taken once during the journey
- Yoga, meditation and lectures
- All touring and monument passes
Terms & conditions:
- Available for stays between 13 and 21 September 2016
- Applicable for new bookings only
- The offer cannot be combined with any other promotional or group rates
- Subject to availability
04/04/2016 to 21/09/2016
Amankora Gangtey Information
- Location & Getting There
Set in the remote wilderness of the Phobjikha Valley, Amankora Gangteyis a 6-hour drive from Paro Airport.
The 8 suites provide an open-plan living and bedroom area, featuring a king-size bed, reading chair, terrazo bath and a window banquette which offers magnificent views of the Phobjikha Valley and Gangtey Goemba monastery.
- Massage rooms
- Dining: 1 restaurant
The Phobjikha Valley is part of the Black Mountains National Park, a must-see as it is one of Bhutan's most protected wildlife sanctuaries. Guests can take a stroll through the peaceful Gangtey village before visiting the ancient altars of Gangtey Goemba monastery, or take one of the numerous nature walks and treks offered throughout the valley’s terrains.
Children are welcome but no specific facilities are available as the resort is somewhat better suited for couples.