Bhutan Escape with very special rates

the final climb up to Tigers Nest

Amankora has just announced the Bhutan Escape with Very Special Rates. Just $465 per person daily for an all-inclusive experience including all meals, house beverages, and return airport transfers from the international airport at Paro. We just experienced the Amankora Journey this fall, and this is a trip of a lifetime. Bhutan is an exotic, remote, and beautiful country high in the Himalayas with a Bhuddhist spiritual tradition and a national philosophy that replaces the concept of GNP with GNH — Gross National Happiness.

Pictured above is Tigers Nest, the conclusion of a two hour climb in sight. While Tigers Nest is the iconic image of Bhutan familiar to most tourists, it pales in comparison to the remote mountain vistas, villages, schools, farms, and dzongs you will encounter during your journey across Bhutan.

Valid dates for this special pricing:
   December 1-19, 2014
   January 6-31, 2015
   February, 2015
   June, 2015
   July, 2015
   August, 2015

I can help you plan an escape of a lifetime to the Kingdom of Bhutan and provide added value with perks and amenities at Virtuoso hotels throughout Asia and the world.

* Rates listed include accommodation for the length of stay, all meals and house beverages, airport transfers to and from Paro Airport, visa processing assistance and inclusions as stated. Rates are subject to 20% government tax and service charge, FIT surcharge of US$40 (single) / US$60 (double) per day, government royalties of US$65 per person per day (not applicable to Indian nationals) and Sustainable Tourism Fund of US$10 per person. A visa application fee of US$40 per person will be charged at time of booking. For Bhutan Escape, single occupancy suite rate per person is subject to supplementary charge of US$405 per night. Rates and government tax are subject to change without notice.

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