• Starting Point : Arrive Paro

    Ending Point : Samdrup Jongkhar
  • $2500



Spirituality & Wellness

In Bhutan, you will find yourself amid lots of activities if you are seeking to revitalize and rejuvenate your body and soul. From a session of peaceful and contemplative meditation to a relaxing soak in a mineral hot spring bath or the all-natural remedies of our traditional medicine will provide you with immense solace, relaxation and convalescence.

There are many sites for meditation and mediation retreats that are located away from the disturbances of human settlements, giving you the chance to connect with the nature and your inner peace. Bhutan is well known through meditation to the tourists from Thailand and other Buddhist countries around the world. Most hotels also provide yoga sessions, retreats and meditation facilities within the hotel premises.

Tshachhus (Hot Springs) can be found in various places ranging from the northern parts of the country to southern foothills. The Tshachhus are enriched with natural medicinal properties that are known to cure various ailments ranging from arthritis to body aches and even sinuses. It is popular among the both the locals and the tourists.

Meditation And Retreat

Bhutan is considered as one of the last strongholds of Vajrayana Buddhism and meditation and mediation retreats are a common practice amongst the religious bodies. There are retreat centers and hermitages located all over the country. Usually such centers are established next to Chhorten (stupas), Lhakhangs (monasteries) and Sheydras (monastic schools).

Devout Buddhists and religious practitioners often go for retreat for months at a time on mountains and secluded sites, isolating themselves from the daily living chores and seeking opportunity to draw upon their inner self and meditate upon the purpose of life.

Meditation and retreat tours are one of the commons to find in Bhutan. Some travel itineraries include serious meditation programs that last for days while others offer solitary retreats for few hours in the high hills and temples where the serenity and beauty of nature can be appreciated in undisturbed silence.

Hot Springs Therapy

Hot Springs, that is locally known as Tshachus are found all over Bhutan. The Tshachus are rich in mineral and medicinal properties and are popular among the locals. Bhutanese people resort to soaking in Tshachus to cure various ailments ranging from arthritis to body aches and even sinuses since time immemorial. It is a popular tradition among Bhutanese to visit hot springs during the cold winter months.