A tiger’s odyssey (3-nights)
This three-night journey is the perfect introduction to the remote Buddhist Kingdom, providing an enlightening, all-round experience of its cultural and natural attractions. Staying exclusively at Amankora Paro to maximise time, discover Paro Valley with its verdant rice paddies and idyllic farmhouses by bike, explore the dramatic ruins of the 17th-century Drukyel Dzong fortress and one of the Kingdom’s oldest temples, Kyichi Lhakhang, wander through quaint Paro town sampling momos (dumplings) and freshly brewed beer, and marvel at the historic treasures of the National Museum.
Start your days with open-air yoga, breathing in the fresh pine-scented air, and savour picnics and a farmhouse lunch prepared by a former cook of the royal family. Of course, the famous Tiger’s Nest also awaits, the revered cliffside temple for which this entire experience is named.