Amankora Gangtey, set in the remote wilderness of the Phobjikha valley near the isolated village of Gangtey, is one of Bhutan’s most important wildlife reserves. The valley offers magical views of the empowering Gangtey Goemba, a 16th century monastery, and is home each winter to a flock of 300 rare and endangered black-neck cranes.
In the picturesque but little-visited Phobjikha Valley near the village of Gangtey, the eight-suite Amankora Gangtey is set on a forested knoll with sweeping views of the broad valley and the 16th-century Gangtey Goemba (monastery).
Lodge accommodations and guest facilities are housed together. The combined Living and Dining Room features cozy chairs, sofas and family-style dining tables, all looking out through floor-to-ceiling windows over the valley and surrounding mountains. Spa facilities consist of two massage treatment rooms and changing areas on the lodge’s ground floor.