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From the moment you arrive you know you are in for a magical experience that Aman seems to do best. If you have never stayed at an Aman prepare yourself, you are in for a real treat. . We opted for the entire Amankora experience,...More
We had planned a trip to Bhutan to see the Fall Festival in Paro last year. We chose to use the Aman Resorts (Amankora) and couldn't have been happier with the result. Aman has a wonderful way to experience many parts of the country and...More
Avoid the monsoon period, June to September, with really heavy rainfall, that can exceed 5 meters per year. The best period to visit the country is late September to late November. Clear skies, very little rain. This is also... More
Avoid the monsoon period, June to September, with really heavy rainfall, that can exceed 5 meters per year. The best period to visit the country is late September to late November. Clear skies, very little rain. This is also the time for several of the dance festivals, e.g. in Thimpu and the time for black-necked cranes to arrive from Tibet. The second best time to visit Bhutan is spring, March to May. More clouds and more rain than in the autumn, but this is time for the blossoming of e.g. jakaranda, magnolias and so forth.