Bhutan
India, islands & Himalayas

Just a few hours drive away from Paro, COMO Uma Punakha allows us a glimpse of deepest Bhutan and of wonders like the Fertility Temple at Chimmi Lhakhang and the Punakha Dzong Palace, the palace of great happiness, which was built in 1637 and is one of the most majestic buildings in Bhutan.

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como uma punakha
como uma punakha
como uma punakha
como uma punakha
como uma punakha
como uma punakha
como uma punakha
Ana Bru

Ana Bru

Owner & High-end Travel Specialist

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Bhutan, India, islands & Himalayas, Asia

COMO Uma Punakha, COMO’s second hotel in Bhutan, is an intimate, luxury lodge located at the far western end of the lush Punakha Valley.

From this picturesque base overlooking a snake-like bend in the Mo Chu river, Uma Punakha is ideally located for those who wish to explore this remote Himalayan Kingdom.

You can’t miss any of the Ayurvedic treatments at the COMO Shambala Spa. We especially recommend the Hot Bhutanese Stone Bath.

Key points:

  • Location: 3 hours and a half by car from Paro.
  • Accommodation: 11 rooms.
  • Activities: Guided walks, mountain biking, visits to temples, yoga, mediation and trekking.
  • Cuisine: Indian and Bhutanese cuisine with a hint of the Mediterranean.
  • Best season: From September to June.
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