Six Senses Gangtey is strategically positioned above the Black-neck crane conservation center with expansive 180 degree views of the Phobjikha Valley. With just eight suites and one two-bedroom villa, the intimate lodge’s ‘Birdwatching Bridge’ is the central gathering point for lounging, dining and for unsurpassed viewing of the cranes in their habitat below.
Committed to the local environment, wildlife and communities
Sustainability is the foundation for everything here, reflected through our management of energy, water, waste, purchasing and chemical usage. We're passionate about preserving the world’s only carbon-negative country.
Immerse yourself in Gangtey Goemba and join the monks for meditation
Rural Gangtey, at an elevation of 9,843 feet (3,000 meters) on the western slopes of the Black Mountains, is a designated conservation area and the site of the 16th-century Gangtey Goemba monastery.
Six Senses Gangtey offers eight spacious and beautifully-appointed suites of 807 square feet (75 square meters) and one two-bedroom villa that offers 2,465 square feet (229 square meters) of private living space.