Featuring 8 suites with beautiful views of the surrounding orchards, the intimate and tranquil Amankora Bumthang is the ideal resort for those looking for some peace and quiet. Yet there is more to do than just relax, and if you are seeking the chance to explore and experience Bhutanese culture then the local area provides ample opportunity to do just that, with one of Bhutan's royal palaces conveniently located close to the resort's grounds.
- Spiritual hub of Bhutan
- Adjacent to Wangdicholing Palace
- Built on an orchard offering fruit in the summer months
Best time to go
The best time to visit Bhutan is from October to May as the climate is mostly dry and sunny. In December and January, snow may block some mountain passes causing restricted travel.
Meaning 'peaceful pilgrimage' this earthy lodge is perfect for a 3 night stop to explore the surrounding areas and farmland.
- Spa with three treatment rooms
- Steam room
Dining - A dining room serves Bhutanese and Western cuisine.
Suite - Each suite features a combined lounge and bedroom furnished with a king-size bed, banquette window-seat and reading chair. A wood-burning stove heats the room and provides rustic charm. The spacious bathroom has a large, freestanding terrazzo-clad bath, flanked by twin vanities and hanging space on one side and separate shower and toilet enclosures on the other.
- Cheese tasting experiences from the nearby Swiss cows
- Orchard walks
- Fruit picking in the summer
Children are welcome but there are no children's facilities or activities.