WELLNESS RETREATS IN BHUTAN

A HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE

 

Choose from a list of wellness themes and locations below

WELLNESS RETREATS IN BHUTAN

A HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE

 

Choose from a list of wellness themes and locations below

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A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” 

Oliver Wendell HolmesAmerican Jurist

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WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING BHUTAN?

Bhutan has avoided most western and global trends and its relatively isolated status makes it a unique wellness destination. The country is situated between India, China, Nepal and Tibet. Bhutan is a Buddhist state, with limits on tourist numbers. Until recently, western dress was banned. These days it’s okay, but dress modestly. You’ll need to cover your legs, arms and shoulders when visiting temples or other Buddhist monuments.

Bhutan’s long isolation means the country’s ecosystem is virtually untouched by humans. As a result, the landscape is amongst the most natural in the world and the infrastructure is basic. Any trip around Bhutan will come with a guide. This will not only help you navigate the country’s roads in the safest manner, but you’ll also have an expert by your side to introduce you to local people, culture and customs.

It’s also worth knowing that Bhutan is at high altitude. Lowlands may be around 7,000 feet above sea level. Of course, if you visit the mountains you’ll go much higher. Whilst most people can adapt to the general altitude quickly, it’s worth reminding yourself of this if you feel a bit ‘heady’ for the first few days of your stay. For those wanting a unique experience on a wellness getaway, a visit to Bhutan will truly change your life!

WHAT IS THE WEATHER LIKE IN BHUTAN?

Bhutan has four seasons which fall in line with those found in much of Europe. However, given the country is largely made up of mountains and forest, the climate is unpredictable. Whatever time of year you travel to Bhutan, be sure to take some warm clothes.

The south of the country is the warmest all year round, with temperatures rising to a sub-tropical 30 degrees in the summer months. The northern parts are colder, with highs of 25 degrees in summer. Winters here are cold, and the north experiences snowfalls several times a year.

 

 

 

 

 

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