Hospitality, peace and quiet, beauty, mysticism and spirituality in the magical and mysterious kingdom of Bhutan - land of happiness. The Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary is the only 5* destination spa with an ‘all-inclusive’ wellbeing concept.
De-stress in Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary
- Complimentary round trip airport transfer Paro - Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary
- Stay in the selected room type
- Daily breakfast, lunch (4 course) and dinner (6 course) + drinks (excl. alcohol)
- All wellbeing treatments (max. 2 treatments per person per day can be confirmed in advance)
- Daily yoga and meditation sessions in group
- Cooking and pottery classes
- Access to all wellbeing services and facilities
- Free laundry
For all stays in Bhutan, there is an obligatory tourist tax + a sustainability development supplement (invested in developing the country) equal to $250 per person per night in high season and $200 per person per night in low season
- You will also need a tourist visa worth around $40 per person
- These supplements will be added to your invoice seperately
- Reduced rate (already shown in the package rates)
- Complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability at time of booking)
Before you go
- Flights to airport Paro (PBH)
- Transfer time from airport Paro is 20 minutes per way
- Check-in at 2 PM / Check-out until noon
- Late check out is complimentary, yet on request. This also applies for an early check-in
- Swimwear in the swimming pool is mandatory
- There is Free Wi-Fi in the Sanctuary
- Childeren below the age of 12 years are not allowed to enter the spa
- Bathrobe and slippers are provided in the room
- Important information:
- In order to protect the nature and restrict the number of visitors to the country per year, the there is an obligatory tourist tax plus a sustainability development supplement (invested in developing the country) equal to $250 per day per person in high season (March, April, May, September, October & November) and $200 per day per person in low season (January, February, June, July, August & December)
- You will also need a tourist visa worth around $40 per person. The hotel can arrange this for you. In return for this price, you will get the unique experience of visiting an authentic and unspoiled country, free from tourist coaches careering in and out of special sites. Here, you can really immerse yourself in the traditional local culture and find peace among the unspoiled nature.
Passport and Visa
Ensure your passport is valid and you have a visa if necessary. Whatever nationality you are, please check the terms and conditions that may apply of your passport requirements when traveling to Bhutan so please contact your nearest visa office. A visa application will take around 2 - 3 months, so be prepared well before you travel! Your pasport should be on arrival in Bhutan at least 6 months valid.
All foreign nationals entering Bhutan are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa.
Health Information for Travellers
Some vaccines are recommended or required for Bhutan. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Bhutan: typhoid, hepatitis A and Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) and some more, depending on which area you travel to.
For more information, please consult your GP (doctor) or a health travel clinic at least six weeks before you go.