Bhutan offers sanctuary in a world that is constantly on the move. The beautiful Kingdom’s comforts include archery and age-old crafts, dishes of homemade cheese, breathtaking treks, and restorative hot-stone baths with a luxury travel experience.
Luxury holiday to Bhutan is all about getting the best of Bhutan without sacrificing comfort; they are designed in such a way that the magic of Bhutan is revealed in all its scenic, spiritual, and artistic glory.
Millions worldwide are drawn to the raw nature, unique culture, and traditions. The kingdom’s diverse collection of awe-inspiring monasteries, hidden villages, walking trails, and long hilltops demonstrate their respect for tradition and the environment.
Let us walk you through the luxury travel experience to the Kingdom of Bhutan:
1. Aman Kora
Amankora, Bhutan’s first luxury resort, has five lodges spread across its central and western valleys and has been a part of this legendary Buddhist Kingdom for nearly 20 years.
Karma Bhutan with Amankora creates personalized journeys that include a combination of its lodges in the valleys of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, and Bumthang to give guests the best of Bhutan.
Each lodge is a sanctuary designed to complement its uniquely beautiful setting, and is dedicated to providing an unparalleled experience of this pristine, year-round destination – one of the happiest places in the world.
2. Six Senses
Six Senses Bhutan, comprising five lodges spread across the west and central valleys of the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, offers guests a one-of-a-kind adventure with uplifting experiences at every turn.
Six Senses Bhutan offers the ideal stay for your luxury holidays to Bhutan, with everything from sunrise meditations and holistic spa treatments to incredible hikes and treks through pristine forests.
3. Como Uma Paro/ Punakha
Como Uma Punakha and Como Uma Paro offer luxury travel experiences that immerse guests in Bhutan’s elusive essence, undying culture, breathtaking landscape, and religion. Visitors get to experience everything from peaceful yoga to Himalayan camping adventures and explore the remote part of Himalayan Kingdom. Its cozy, exclusive private villas provide all guests with the feeling of home during their luxury holiday to Bhutan.
4. Gangtey lodge
With its stunning design and sweeping views of the valley, Gangtey Lodge in Wangdue offers the weary traveler the perfect blend of luxury through adventure, spiritual enlightenment, and deep connections with the culture and community of rural Bhutan.
Experience authentic Bhutanese hospitality, including spiritual blessings and community involvement, as well as physical and mental rejuvenation, soulful hikes, and mountain bike rides.
5. Bhutan Helicopter Ride to Jhumolhari Base Camp
An hour worth of snow-covered delight to Mt. Jomolhari base camp is one of the best helicopter tours in the Himalayas taking our guests close to the Peak (7320 m).
The tour begins in the Paro valley, highlighting the natural and cultural attractions. As the tour ascends to the snow-covered peaks, you get to witness spectacular views and scenery, as well as a memorable short stop at the Jangothang Base Camp. The amazing Mt.Jomolhari Helicopter Tour is the ideal alternative to the 11-day Jomolhari trek.
6. Gross National Happiness
The concept of “Gross National Happiness” (GNH) in Bhutan blossomed and germinated in the mind of Compassionate Druk Gyalpo, the 4th King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuk, groomed with the evolution of “Gaki Phuensum” (Peace and Prosperity) and Bhutan’s Modernization period during the reign (1952 – 1972) of Druk Gyalpo, the 3rd King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.
Many curious tourists visit the Kingdom during their luxury holidays to Bhutan for this very reason. Our guests are immersed in the philosophy of GNH during trip to Bhutan.
7. Meditation and Wellness
Bhutan is famous for its tranquil natural landscapes and spirituality. Travel to Bhutan and take refuge in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, breathing in the fresh air, getting calm, going slow, being present, and tapping into the healing power of nature that Bhutan offers.
Connect your soul with the Kingdom’s historical monasteries, spiritual holy sites, majestic castles, and pristine mountains and landscapes. The ideal way to start your spiritual vacation and luxury travel adventure in Bhutan.
8. Phobjikha Valley
The Phobjikha valley in Bhutan is famous for its beauty and timeless scenic splendor. The valley’s beauty is at its best in the spring, when many rhododendron blossoms bloom. And in late autumn, after the monsoon, the birds of heaven (Black Necked Crane) arrive in a sweet deluge.
Phobjikha Valley is undoubtedly becoming one of the most visited places. Many new homestays and hotels were established to provide guests with an authentic Bhutanese hospitality experience perfect for luxury holidays to Bhutan.
9. Tiger’s Nest Monastery
Anyone who has planned luxury travel to Bhutan will have heard about The Tiger’s Nest Monastery, with much historical significance. It is one of Bhutan’s most famous tourist attractions and a cultural icon. Because of its unique location and views of the surrounding majestic mountains and emerald-green valleys, visiting the Paro Taktsang Monastery is an unforgettable experience and most probably tourists favorite places to visit as soon as they enter Bhutan.
10. Golf session at Thimphu golf club
The Royal Thimphu Golf Club is a 9-hole layout that sits beside the spectacular 17th century Tashichho Dzong in a gentle fold of the Himalayas just outside the nation’s capital city.
Two sets of tees are assigned to every hole to allow for a full 18-hole round and manmade water hazards in the shape of greenside ponds come into play at four of the holes.
The club hosts several events throughout the year including the Bhutan Open and the Indian Embassy-sponsored Maruti Open. And many of our guests enjoy playing during their luxury holidays to Bhutan with friends and family.
11. Fly fishing
Most rivers, including the Paro and Thimphu, allow fishing with a special permit. Bhutan’s best fly-fishing season is from mid-April to mid-May. Catch and release is the most common fly-fishing technique in Bhutan, as taking the fish back as a trophy is prohibited by the government.
Bhutan’s natural diversity, combined with culture and tribal settlements, gives the sense of being in another world. Taking our Bhutan luxury experience and staying in a luxurious accommodations with its tranquil space and heavenly location can enhance the experience even more.