Discover the Real Bhutan
Make your Bhutan Tour truly memorable
To provide an even deeper insight into Bhutan, we can easily incorporate a specialised theme or add-on unique experiences into your journey. We have access to a range of experts in many fields from photography and cycling to kayaking our pristine rivers. For those who would like to gain more of an insight into the Buddhist nature of Bhutan, we can take you to rarely visited monasteries, organise special offering ceremonies, pujas and exclusive audiences with members of our Buddhist community.
If you have a specific area of interest that you would like your trip to Bhutan to focus on, just let us know and we will tailor your trip to perfectly fit your requirements. Some options are listed here.
Wellbeing, Spa and Yoga Programs
Awaken your senses at one of our preferred accommodations range of wellbeing and spa retreats offering yoga, pilates, meditation, healing bodywork, hot stone baths and massage. Bhutan’s towering mountains and boulder strewn rivers provide the perfect environment for those looking to nurture their mind, body and spirit.
COMO Shambhala Retreat is Uma Paro’s and Punakha’s holistic heart, a place to improve wellness with Asian-inspired treatments, including massage and Ayurveda. Facilities include treatment rooms, a hot stone bath house, a large indoor pool with outdoor sundeck, steam rooms for men and women, a gym and Yoga studio with stunning valley views. They also make extensive use of natural, local ingredients, working with Bhutan’s Hospital of Traditional Medicine.
Spa facilities are also available at all Amankora lodges. The Amankora Spa incorporates Bhutan’s physical healing traditions, all based on the use of plants and herbs. Facilities include hot stone bath and sauna whilst meditation, reiki and massage treatments are all available.
the Jiva Spa at Taj Tashi offers a pure, serene atmosphere as a backdrop for exclusive signature treatments especially designed to maintain a physical, mental and spiritual equilibrium. Bhutanese artefacts, hot stone treatment tubs, treatment rooms outfitted in wood and marble make for an elegant and soothing environment.
The perfect way to really explore the beauty of Bhutan’s wilderness is through an Adventure Tour. The diverse landscape of mountains, rivers and valleys make it the perfect destination for those interested in:
- White water river rafting & kayaking
We can organise trekking and village walks to suit all levels of experience and fitness, whilst rafting and kayaking is an exciting way to explore Bhutan from an entirely different perspective. Cyclists will be rewarded with stunning views as they ride through pristine nature on well paved roads with little traffic.
The Tsechu is an annual traditional festival held in honour of Guru Rimpoche, the saint who brought Buddhism to Bhutan. They take place all year round in temples, monasteries and Dzongs across the country. Colourful and well-choreographed masked dances are performed by monks and village men as local people gather in a spirit of celebration and deep faith. Each masked dance performed has a meaning or story behind it, and by witnessing these dances the audience receive blessings and have their sins washed away. The Tsechu also features traditional colourful Bhutanese dances and other entertainment.
Attending one of these festivals is a fantastic way to experience the ancient living culture of Bhutan. For more details, please contact our reservations team.