As a visitor to the last Buddhist Kingdom of the Himalayas, you will feel Bhutan’s spirituality, and be awe-struck by its beauty.
The central and western valleys of Bhutan must represent some of the most untouched and remote populated environments in the world. As a visitor you take two inter-linked journeys; the first takes you across valleys of astounding beauty and through landscapes that don’t appear to have changed in centuries. The second journey is an inner one, and leads you to question the way you think; helping you arrive at a new perspective.
Amankora Punakha is part of both journeys; it includes a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse built by a Chief Abbot of Bhutan, and is reached by crossing the Mo Chhu River via a picturesque suspension bridge.
Amankora Punakha, at a glance
- All Amankora’s Lodges have been created to encourage you to experience the rich cultural heritage and stunning topography of Bhutan, whilst discovering inner peace and comfort
- Amankora Punakha has just eight suites set in a divine orange grove with far-reaching views across rice fields and the valley
- Open plan lounges and bedrooms, Bukhari wood-burning stoves, terrazzo-clad baths, separate showers and conveniences
For leisure and pleasure
- Amankora Punakha offers the unrivalled spa – with soothing and replenishing treatments, steam room and yoga/meditation rooms – that is found in all Amankora lodges
- The spa is further complemented by an authentic traditional tea pavilion
- Excursions to Punakha Dzong, Bhutan’s most impressive fortified monastery set on the banks of the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu Rivers