The name commonly given to the Phobjikha Valley in central Bhutan is one of the kingdom’s few glacial valleys. Dramatically situated at the head of the valley you will find Gangtey Goemba, a 17th century monastery, which is inhabited by monks during the summer months. The area is however best known for the rare blacknecked cranes, as these elegant, shy birds migrate from the Tibetan Plateau to avoid the extreme colds of winter.

  • Amankora Gangtey

    Positioned on a wooded knoll close to the valley floor, Amankora Gangtey is reached by a winding track through the forest. Guests can enjoy the privacy of their suite or gather in the living room with cosy chairs and floor-to-cei [...]

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