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paro bhutan

Bhutan is a landlocked Himalayan kingdom that has preserved its unique culture and traditions. 

Within a few minutes drive from Bhutan's airport are our featured hideaways here: the sublime Uma Paro by Como and the ultra-chic Amankora Paro.

A luxury holiday to Bhutan will provide the chance to experience time-old Buddhist communities, such as travel to dramatic medieval monasteries with maroon-clad monks chanting prayers in unison. We can adapt your private tour to stop at a local festival to see masked dancers in all their vibrancy. If you are looking for a trekking holiday, you can hike through Bhutan's stunning network of ancient walking trails, or just take a relaxing private journey with a selection of light day-walks.

Bhutan is nothing short of remarkable and Bhutan guarantees a travelling experience that is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of the modern world.

We have a selection of sublime luxury hideaways:

Getting to Bhutan

You can access Bhutan from a variety of destinations in Asia, including Delhi, Kathmandu, Calcutta, Mumbai, Bangkok and Singapore. We can arrange for you to spend some time in one of those destinations before you travel to Bhutan, or possibly add on time at the end, such as a relaxing beach-stay in Thailand for instance.

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Every journey to the Kingdom to Bhutan is tailor-made to suite your requirements and the length of time you wish to stay.  These are just some ideas...

Luxury adventure with Como

7 nights from £2,740 per person
Experience the magic of Bhutan.  More

Bhutan Journey with Aman

7 nights from £5,050 per person
A journey through the Kingdom of Bhutan.  More


Weather and seasons

In the western, central and eastern Bhutan you will mostly experience cold European-like weather. Winter lasts here from November to March. The Monsoon occurs between June and August when the temperature is normally between 8° and 21°C. October and November are arguably the best months, when the monsoon has passed and the skies are clear. The spring months of March, April and May are best for the flora, but it can be stormy as the monsoon builds up for July-September.

Getting here

It's an 11 hour and 30 minute international flight from London (via Delhi or Bangkok) to Paro Airport, followed by  a 15 minute transfer by road to Uma Paro


It takes about 3 weeks to obtain visas for a visit to Bhutan and we will look after this for you.

uma paro by como

uma paro by como

paro, bhutan    room per night from £410

Perched on a hilltop in the remarkably beautiful Paro Valley, Uma Paro is a wonderful place to stay for an adventure in Bhutan.

amankora paro

amankora paro

paro, bhutan    suite per night from £1,285

The Kingdom of Bhutan is a place of soaring 7,000m Himalayan peaks, glacial river valleys and evergreen forests. Amankora comprises five lodges dotted across this ancient land. Amankora Paro is where your journey in Bhutan normally starts or finishes.


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