Occupying the high mountain valleys between China to the north and India to the south, Bhutan has long been a mystery to the West.  The Kingdom has maintained its traditional Mahayana Buddhist way of life for centuries and the rugged, unspoiled, mountainous terrain has nurtured numerous ethnic groups within its remote, protective folds. These distinct cultural and linguistic traditions continue to this day, uninfluenced by the outside world.

Amanresorts has been accorded a great privilege in being the first foreign company allowed to open a series of properties throughout different regions of Bhutan.

The Kingdom’s only airport is located in Paro.  Druk Air, Bhutan’s national carrier, flies to Paro Airport from Delhi, Kolkatta (Calcutta), Kathmandu, Bangkok and Dhaka.  Druk Air adheres to schedules as closely as possible barring vagaries of weather, low cloud, and occasional impromptu requests for seats by special delegations which may result in denied boarding for a few passengers.

Amanresorts will book all flights and take care of visas on behalf of guests.  Amanresorts recommends that guests fly into Paro from Bangkok, where Aman representatives can assist with visas and tickets.  Return flights are priced at US$943 business class and US$783 economy and take approximately three hours and 20 minutes, typically with early morning departure times.  Guests can also fly to and from Delhi.  Return flights are priced at US$907 for business class and US$679 economy.  Prices are subject to change.

Amankora Paro is a 30-minute drive from Paro airport and complimentary arrival and departure transfers are included in the guest program.

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