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365 days of happiness

Bhutan is a global pioneer, the first nation of the world to systematically measure its success not by the strength of its economy but by the happiness of its people. Such a unique approach befits a country unlike any other – a wild, spiritual and majestic mountain kingdom where tranquility reigns and everything is off the beaten track. Whether travellers visit in the height of summer, when the Himalayas are carpeted with wildflowers, or the depths of winter, when cobalt skies segue into spectacular starscapes – Bhutan is a year-round revelation.
 
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Amankora Bhutan hikes

Himalayan wonder

The first resort in Bhutan and the only one with five lodges across its central and western valleys, Amankora has been a part of this legendary Buddhist Kingdom for 16 years. Dedicated to providing an unparalleled experience of this pristine, year-round destination – one of the happiest places in the world – Amankora’s five lodges are each a sanctuary designed to complement its uniquely beautiful setting.

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There is no path to happiness, happiness is the path

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Autumn and winter

Cooler and with clearer skies, but still mild and dry, the autumn months of September to November bring prime conditions for trekking and biking on Bhutan’s mountain trails. Autumn is also a season of festivals.

December onwards brings crisp air, clear skies and snow-capped summits to the mountain realm, and winter nights are characterised by a pinprick panorama of stars – ideal conditions for hiking and exploring Bhutan's western districts of Paro, Punakha and Thimphu.
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Spring and summer

Between March and May, the Himalayan landscape comes alive with colour. Hikes around Gangtey are enlivened by forests of resplendent rhododendrons, while the jacaranda trees surrounding Punkaha Dzong erupt into mauve clouds of blossom.

From June to August, the Bhutanese summer brings sapphire skies, balmy temperatures and refreshing rains. It is the ideal time to explore the historic monasteries and dzongs scattered throughout the valleys, or to embark on personal wellbeing journeys on a yoga-enriched spiritual retreat.
 

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Experience transformative three-day mountain excursions, or plan two-week multi-stage adventures taking in all five of Aman’s destinations in Bhutan.

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Amankora Bhutan dzong

Choose your path

Explore rural village life like a local, enjoy half-day hikes to remote monasteries, soak in a hot-stone bath outdoors, steal away for lamplit dinners in a farmer’s shed, play witness to rarely-seen traditional dances, admire the night sky with an astrologer.
 
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Active adventure

A kingdom of forests and plains and valleys, dramatic inclines and 7,000-metre peaks, Bhutan is replete with opportunities for high-altitude adventure. Each of Amankora’s five Lodges promises unique wildlife encounters and breathtaking mountain vistas, with hiking and cycling trails to suite every level of ability.

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Soul and Spirit

Buddhist philosophy touches every corner of the kingdom, infusing each day with a profound sense of the spiritual and the serene. Amankora gives guests opportunities to tap into Bhutan’s soulful character, through immersive cultural experiences and personal encounters at dzongs, monasteries and other sacred sites.

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Wellbeing and Spa

The serenity of the mountain landscape makes Bhutan the ideal destination to refresh and rejuvenate body and mind, with Himalayan plant- and herb-based therapies and traditional wellbeing rituals available in Amankora’s five cedar-scented spas.

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Special requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip begins.

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