The turquoise Aegean laps Amanruya’s private pebble beach, while ancient pine forests scent the air. Resting amid olive groves and cypress trees on the Bodrum Peninsula’s serene north coast, the village-like resort is a secluded retreat offering an abundance of space and privacy.
An array of Bhutanese, Western and Indian dishes are served across all five Amankora Lodges, using local ingredients such as yak meat and fresh honey from the Bumthang Valley. Private dining can be arranged both inside and outside the Lodges, whether for an intimate dinner or group celebration.
Wake to a cup of hot ngaja, a sweet Bhutanese milk tea, or suja butter tea
A rich, nourishing cup sipped in bed is a traditional Bhutanese morning ritual, and these teas can also be soothing after a long hike.
Potato Shed Dinner
At our lodge in Gangtey, the Potato Shed Dinner is an experience not to be missed. Enjoy a delicious Bhutanese evening surrounded by hundreds of flickering candles and warmed by a traditional bhukari wood-burning stove.
A barbecue under the stars
Enjoy a barbecue under the stars accompanied by live Bhutanese music. Personal chefs can tailor menus to individual tastes, to be enjoyed amid fresh mountain air and next to a roasting fire.
Take part in a cooking lesson and learn about traditional Bhutanese cuisine. Taking in the natural landscape surrounding the Mo Chhu River, one of our experienced chefs will guide you through a selection of traditional dishes, all to be enjoyed after the class