Situated on a frosted knoll overlooking gorgeous views of the valley floor and 16th century monastery sits Amankora Gangtey, an eight-suite lodge. As part of the Black Mountains National Park wildlife reserve, Amankora Gangtey overlooks the lands where endangered black-neck cranes dwell. These amazing creatures along with other wildlife and beautiful nature can be viewed from the lodge suites. With spacious accommodations, luxurious ensuites, and quaint window-seats, the accommodations at Amankora Gangtey provide an escape from all the adventure that awaits. To fully immerse oneself into the culture and traditions of the surrounding land, guests can visit the library featuring books on Buddhism, folklore, and textiles before joining the monks for morning or evening prayers. After learning about the area and its people, guests can experience a candlelit hot stone bath with views of the valley or a candlelit meal in a potato hut showcasing local flavours and music. Amankora Gangtey is a place where spiritual and cultural connections are facilitated and enjoyed by any world traveller who journeys to Bhutan.
- Continental breakfast daily, for up to two in room guests
- A hot stone bath for two persons (60 minutes) once during stay, only available at Paro lodge
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi