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Tiger's Nest


Prayer flags Jakar Dzong


Punakha Dzong


Monk at Kurje Lhakhang


Six Senses Punakha


Dochula Pass


Buddha Point


Punakha Valley


Pedsteling Monastery


Bridge in Thimphu


Six Senses Thimphu Pool and Prayer Pavilion


Jakar Dzong


Kyichu Lhakhang prayer wheels


Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten


Talakha Monastery


Thimphu Dzong


Six Senses Bhutan lodges

Six Senses Bhutan

Collection of 5 luxury lodges in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan

Tailor-made tours available for 4, 5, 6, 8 or 10 nights, designed for you by our Bhutan experts

Sprinkled across the Kingdom's western and central valleys are five unique lodges, collectively referred to as Six Senses Bhutan. Each with its own character, environment and experiences, yet together they can be crafted into one enchanting journey through the beauty, spirituality and culture of the Happiest Place on Earth.


The Journey

You may visit a single lodge or, if you're curious about everything that Bhutan has to offer, we can plan a tailor-made journey that will include a combination of Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Paro. Six Senses have developed a selection of 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 night journeys which can readily be adapted to suit everyone's individual preferences or fully modified in to an entirely bespoke tour of the Kingdom.

Whatever you select, you will travel back in time and enjoy a journey that few people have had the opportunity to experience. Druk Yul, Bhutan’s official name, is known as the Land of the Dragon People with a rich cultural heritage that has largely remained hidden until its recent emergence onto the world stage. Your Six Senses GEM (Guest Experience Maker) will meet you upon arrival and accompany you on your khamsa ‘royal stroll’ through the Kingdom, sharing insights into the culture, history and local life of each valley as you go. Discover the country’s breathtaking natural beauty, meet and mingle with our Bhutanese friends and embrace the philosophy of a nation that is guided by the principles of ‘Gross National Happiness’. All khamsas are designed with just the right balance of meaningful encounters and experiences in mind along with a healthy dose of fun.


Six Senses luxury mountain lodges range in size and facilities, however all embrace the Six Senses guiding principles of offering sublime spa and wellness facilities and services, private guiding, wholesome and sustainable cuisine, sleep health, cultural and spiritual excursions and experiences, and self-discovery. For a closer look at these luxury hideaways, see, for example Six Senses Thimphu

or Six Senses Punakha

Facilities & Services

In addition to the spa, yoga and wellness facilities, guests can enjoy outdoor swimming pools, prayer pavilions, elegant and luxurious indoor and outdoor seating and relaxation spaces (all designed to maximise the sensational mountain and valley views, first class cuisine, and an astonishing array of fully personalised cultural excursions and experiences - from all 5 of the Six Senses mountain hideaways. 

Weather & Seasons

Best time to visit is October to December and February to May. There are a number of festivals celebrated in Bhutan, in particular Tshechu, which takes place during late summer and autumn with Thimpu Tshechu being the most popular. 

Getting Here

11 hour 30 minute flight via Delhi or Bangkok to Paro Airport. 

Also Worth Considering

Stopping en route in Delhi for a night or two at The Imperial or in Bangkok at The Siam

Aman has a similar Bhutan operation to Six Senses at their Amankora luxury lodges

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Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us a message outlining your requirements.

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