Five lodges for four seasons
A country of only a few hundred thousand people, Bhutan has always carefully limited the number of travellers across its borders. The oldest of Aman’s five lodges, Amankora Paro, was the first international hotel to open in Bhutan and – along with the four lodges that followed – has pursued an enduring commitment to the surrounding communities in the years since. Mountain streams run through the 24-suite hideaway in Balakha village, just half an hour from the international airport.
The next lodge, Amankora Gangtey, is a low-slung escape where contemporary design meets age-old organic materials, and the views of the valley and monastery remain timeless.
Amankora Punakha, once home to the Jhe Khenpo, the chief abbot of Bhutan, looks out over Mo Chhu, the Mother River, and dzong-inspired Amankora Thimphu comprises 16 suites perched on a hilltop inside the capital, home to Bhutan’s royal family. The 16-suite Amankora Bumthang Lodge rests adjacent to the Wandichholing Palace, within the town of Jakar in the Choekhor Valley. Experienced as a circular pilgrimage over mountain and forest, these five lodges uncover the natural wonders of Bhutan and immerse travellers in its unique culture.
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