Honeymoon inspirations in Bhutan
With breath taking scenery and rich and unique culture, where better to spend your honeymoon than in the country which measures its prosperity in Gross National Happiness?
Whether you’re looking for adventure or prefer to take it slow in this spiritual and down to earth country, Bhutan is a truly magnificent destination. Our honeymoons in Bhutan combine character, comfort and activity. Accommodation can range from high-end camping to boutique hotels and lodges providing understated luxury in some of the most remote places on the planet. Stunning vistas in a faraway land provide the perfect setting for a romantic getaway honeymoon in Bhutan.
Wrap up in cashmere blankets with a glass of warm Bhutanese cider to watch the sunset behind the lines of fluttering prayer flags. Join locals, and Buddhists from further afield, on a cliffside climb to the spectacular Taktsang monastery – one of the most sacred pilgrimages in the Himalayas. Explore the local markets and taste the fresh exotic foods, including the infamous range of chillies. Visit an ancient temple and have your marriage blessed by a high monk in a traditional ceremony of music and prayers. Walk from the valleys and up into the mountains through dense forests and fresh meadows with incredible views of the snowy Himalayas to the beautiful Bumdra Monastery, known as the cave of a Thousand Prayers, which stands over this magical place.
To make your honeymoon really special, why not rent an exclusive villa, complete with butler, spa, and dramatic mountain views. One of our favourite private places is in an enviable location high above the Paro Valley in Bhutan, perfect for a honeymooning couple. As well as sophisticated design, the villas boast the best in contemporary comfort and faultless staff service. And the views of the glorious pine forested valley below are simply stunning.
As an extra service, we can design a Honeymoon Gift List so that wedding guests can add to your honeymoon fund or pay for even more wonderful experiences as a wedding gift.
Here are a few ideas:
An upgrade to Business Class on your Druk Air flight into Bhutan (One way from US$50), a private dinner in a Bhutanese farmhouse from US$50, an exciting white water rafting trip (US$100), spend a night in a former Bhutanese Royal palace (from US$80), enjoy a traditional Bhutanese hot stone bath (US$30) or splash out on that luxury hotel (from US$375 per night)