UMA PARO RETREAT, Bhutan

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HEALING FOCUS

A place for perfect contemplation. Simply gaze across the valley the morning you awake. Sense a powerful spiritualism in the way people live. Uma Paro is an inland retreat offering Asian-inspired therapies not just for the body but to the mind’s wellbeing.

 

ABOUT

Uma Paro is located in the wildly beautiful Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. The entire nation is Buddhist and retains a deep respect for tradition. Views are unbeatable and include pine forest, villages, fields and rivers set into a mountainous enclave. Uma Paro is ecologically aware, respecting the land in which its retreat is located.

COMO Shambhala Retreat – Uma Paro’s holistic heart – is a place to better physical and mental equilibrium by way of sophisticated, bespoke treatments, including Asian-inspired therapies, yoga, massage and Ayurveda. COMO Shambhala also makes extensive use of natural ingredients and age-old remedies, working with Bhutan’s hospital of traditional medicine.

Icon 'What we love about it'

«Highlights of the stay include the ginger tea that is made in house and Bhutan itself as it is an amazing as well as pristine and tranquil country with endless beauty.»

WHAT TO EXPECT

ACCOMMODATION

A 29-room health retreat offering five-star comfort and singular style.

SPA & THERAPIES

Facilities

Facilities include four in-house treatment rooms, two Hot Stone Bath houses and a private treatment room in each one of our nine villas, and a 46 square metre indoor pool with outdoor sundeck. There is also a gym, and a yoga studio overlooking the Paro Valley.

Treatments

Full range of COMO Shambhala and Ayurvedic Treatments, Hot Stone Bath, Indigenious Therapies, Reflexology, Thai Massage

CUISINE

In cuisine, Uma Paro incorporates local organic foodstuffs with sophisticated Asian-led traditions.

ACTIVITIES

  • Cultural, physical, spiritual tours
  • Camps, treks, biking adventures, hiking

LOCATION

Because of its size (just 38,400 km²) and the fact that it is landlocked, Bhutan has been dubbed the ‘Switzerland of Asia’. The Himalayan mountains in the north of the country contain the highest unclimbed peak in the world, Gangkhar Puensum. There are few roads, no trains, a good local bus system, and only one airport located in the Paro Valley about an hour’s drive from the capital, Thimpu, which is located in Western Bhutan.

Uma Paro Retreat
P.O. Box 222
Paro
Bhutan
www.comohotels.com/umaparo