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Combining aman, the Sanskrit-derived word for 'peace', and kora or 'circular pilgrimage' in Dzongkha, the Bhutanese language, Amankora, is a series of lodges in the Kingdom of Bhutan's central and western valleys. The sole surviving Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom, Bhutan is one of the most remote and pristine environments on earth. To best experience all that Bhutan has to offer, Amankora can tailor journeys that include a combination of its lodges located in the valleys of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey and Bumthang.
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We are Amanjunkies so we’re a bit biased but we loved our stay. The hotel is beautiful but as with all Amans it’s the people and the little things that make the difference: the Buddhist ceremony when we left, the Bhutanese archery with the staff,...More
We really loved staying here. The staff are omnipresent but not intrusive, always willing to try to help and even anticipating service like bringing a blanket to you before you even ask. The courtyard with the grass area was a lot of fun for kur...More
Our 8-day Bhutan trip: Bangkok> 2 nights Thimphu > 2 nights Punakha > 3 nights Paro - was the perfect route.
Firstly, the flight Bangkok to Bhutan takes <4 hours, with a 45min. layover (you just stay in your seat and wait for some passengers...More
I was attracted to Aman as they market themselves as " a place of peace " , unrivalled luxury and penultimate service , and so was excited to test the waters with a proposed month long stay at Amankora .
Therefore , I was astonished...More
This was our first night and were disappointed with the view .... the staff was also no where near the ones at punakha or paro. The massage was not good and there was no sorry ....
The town is commercial and crowded . I wouldn't...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.