Holiday with Six Senses Stay

7 Days


Six Senses Hotels Resort Spa is founded and works in 19 nations widely acclaimed for its interesting style of setting and responsibility for helping nearby local communities. Its lodges are dissipated 5 valleys of Bhutan every lodge work as indicated by the explicit impact of nature encompassing.

This itinerary permits more than the impressions rather bits of knowledge into the undiluted convention, culture, strict structures, Dzongs, religious monasteries, indigenous habitat, and interesting and tranquil valleys that have withstood the time and its wrath.

Although for 7 days only, this itinerary covers well three beautiful valleys that constitute western Bhutan. These valleys with varying degrees of altitude are generally marked with high passes in between.  The best way to discover the heritage and hospitality of this colorful Himalayan Kingdom.    Staying with Six sense lodge with our services provider is perfect for you.

Trip Highlights

  • The Thimphu lodge's architecture and design mirror the core values of Bhutanese culture: an essence of simplicity and a celebration of harmony.
  • The Punakha Six Senses lodge provides a rustic ambiance and enjoys a milder climate due to its lower altitudes.
  • Gangtey Lodge offers 360 degree of wide open Gangtey valley, the resting ground for endanger Black Nack Crane.
  • Nestled within a pine forest, the Paro Lodge provides genuine experiences at every corner and feel rejuvenated.
  • Immerse your self in Bhutanese culture with visits to local temples, monasteries, and traditional markets.


In the wake of showing up at Paro International Airport, your excursion starts with a one-hour drive to Thimphu, the capital. If your flight is in the morning we will do some site visits such as Zorig Chusum, Folk Heritage Museum later create your own stamp at the National Post Office. In the evening visit Tashicho-dzong. Return to the lodge for overnight stay (Room Category: Upper Lodge Suite)

Enjoy breakfast before setting out on a one-hour hike up to Talakha Monastery above our lodge with its 320-degree valley views. This afternoon explore Pangri Zampa Lhakhang, a 16th-century monastic school of astrology where you can have your chart read. Later visit the Royal Textile Museum and return lodge to take rest. overnight stay in Hotel (Room Category: Upper Lodge Suite)

Morning enjoys an optional yoga session in the lodge’s prayer pavilion. An excursion takes you towards Punakha over the iconic Dochula Pass. On a reasonable, radiant day, you'll appreciate sensational perspectives on the Himalayan tops as you rise towards the pass. Not long before Punakha, make a journey stroll to Chimi Lhakhang, a temple of fertility. Check-in at Six Senses Punakha’s cozy ‘Flying Farmhouse’, a cantilevered wooden structure that serves as a lounge with gorgeous views over the lodge’s heated swimming pool and terraced rice fields below. Weather permitting, dinner will be served poolside this evening. (Room Category: Upper Lodge Suite)

This morning begins with a hike through terraced rice fields as you ascend towards Chorten Ningpo, a monastery that dates to the 17th century, a 2.5-hour moderate hike. Visit Kabasa village on the way with its school, monastery, and typical Bhutanese farmhouses. This afternoon, explore the beautiful Punakha Dzong, known officially as Pungtang Dechen Phodrang Dzong, or “The Palace of Great Happiness.” Located at the junction of the Pho Chuu (father) and Mo Chuu (mother) rivers. Afterward, you can choose to bicycle or try white water rafting along the river next to the dzong (Extra Cost-US $160 per board) or relax back at the lodge. (Room Category: Upper Lodge Suite)

After breakfast retrace your drive back to Paro by heading westward over the Dochula Pass (3100m) towards Simtokha Dzong. Arriving in Paro, visit Rinpung Dzong which directly translates as “fortress on heaps of jewels” and Paro National Museum, which displays an impressive collection of oldern and modern Buddhist paintings. This evening, we’ll serve a delicious menu at Jangko, that incorporates ingredients from our Six Senses organic farm. (Room Category: Upper Lodge Suite)

Your day begins with an energy-boosting breakfast before departing for Taktsang Goemba (monastery), known as Tiger’s Nest. If energy levels and time permit after your descent, visit the colorful Kyichu Lhakhang, a 7th-century. Return to the lodge and take a short stroll over to the 15th-century Samteling Monastery situated just next to the lodge. (Room Category: Upper Lodge Suite)

Day 7 :

After an early breakfast, finalize your packing and say goodbye to your Bhutanese hosts before departing the lodge.

Trip Cost Include & Exclude

Cost Includes

  • Bhutan sustainable development fees
  • Accommodations in Six Sense
  • All meals, evening tea/coffee with snacks
  • All land transfers and transportation in SUV Car
  • English speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide/Leader
  • Daily Tourist Fees & Taxes
  • Bhutan Visa and all applicable permits
  • Sightseeing with entrance fees to all monuments
  • Bottled water in the vehicle

Cost Excludes

  • Flights into and out of Bhutan
  • Optional Travel/Medical Insurance
  • Personal expenses such as bars, beverages in the hotel, telephone, laundry, trips, and others

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Holiday with Six Senses Stay
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