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Named after nearby Gangtey village, this is probably the most remote of the Aman properties, situated in the Phobjikha Valley area of the Black Mountains National Park.
The rooms are in a similar style to those at Amankora Thimpu - minimalist, with the emphasis on dark wood interiors and large windows looking out over the valley and Gangtey Goemba, a 16th century monastery.
There is a dual use dining room and sitting room, and guests eat at a communal table that again look out over the valley. There is also a small spa, but this Aman is very much a base from which to explore this particularly fascinating part of Bhutan.
The Black Mountain National Park, normally inhabited by shepherds and nomadic yak herders, plays home each winter to a flock of 300 critically endangered black-necked cranes which fly in from Tibet. In seasons we can arrange for visits to see them, and also walks along Gangtey's many nature trails or even a spot of kite flying.
Why we love it
Wildlife is superb around Amankora - In winter the best way to spot the reclusive black-necked cranes is from a viewing hide near their main feeding and nesting grounds.