The October opening is auspicious. It is the time of year that the black-necked cranes arrive from Tibet to enjoy the clear skies and pleasant weather. Indeed, the lodge is called the “Traditional Bird Watching Bridge” due to its cantilevered bridge-like building and floor-to-ceiling
Punakha lodge, offering wonderful vistas over the rice paddies Comprised of five lodges spread over the west and central valleys of this remote Himalayan kingdom, Six Senses Bhutan offers guests a unique adventure with uplifting experiences at every turn. From sunrise meditations and holistic
Designed to look like a traditional Bhutanese fortress (complete with three-foot-thick walls), the 22-room property is nestled in the steep, vibrantly green terrain of the Neyphu Valley in the heart of the Paro region. And while hikes down to the river, day trips to villages like Haa and
Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas has designed a project that is actually five individual satellite resorts in five separate locations, but all under the umbrella of one all-encompassing name: Six Senses Bhutan. It is five unique experiences crafted into one enchanted journey through the Kingdom.
Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort If you’ve always wanted to see the northern lights, then look no further than Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in Lapland, Finland, as this phenomenon graces the skies eight months a year. Its suites come in the form of glass igloos that let guests get the best view of