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Carrots from Organic Garden
Six Senses Bhutan
Seed bank at Earth Lab
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As one of the four pillars of Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness (GNH) philosophy, environmental conservation is carefully woven into the design and operations of Six Senses Bhutan. The government of Bhutan protects 60 percent of its land under forest cover preserving a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna, water management, good air quality, and soil preservation. Through our commitments to the local environments, wildlife and communities, we aim to preserve and protect the culture, community and natural resources within the Kingdom of Bhutan.

Bottling water plant
Environmental Responsibility

As ambassadors to the Kingdom, Six Senses Bhutan is also committed to reducing the carbon footprint resulting from our guests' activities, activities, excurions and operations that are associated with our lodges and spas. Six Senses Bhutan is collaborating with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF) to develop an ecological village with support from local farmers. Additionally, each lodge features an organic garden focused on growing the freshest produce native to each valley’s climate and altitude. Through the eco village and gardens, Six Senses Bhutan will serve what it grows in the aim of self-sufficiency. This commitment drastically reduces the environmental footprint of the lodges. Additionally, an onsite reverse osmosis plant and crystal water refinery collects and produces high-quality drinking water, which is distributed in glass bottles for guest consumption.

Bhutanese kids wearing gho
Social Responsibility

Six Senses Bhutan is committed to the communities in which we live and work. Throughout the year, various social programs will be arranged at each area to support the local community. From honoring the culture to providing education to protecting local wildlife, the team is deeply involved in various service projects, such as:

  • Working with the MoAF to create a template for future ecological villages across the country. 
  • Assisting Talakha Monastery in building a kitchen garden and also providing hybrid seeds to the resident monks. 
  • Collaborating with the Royal Society for Protection of Nature’s Black-necked Crane Visitor Center in Phobijika Valley to build a rehabilitation center for Karma, an injured black neck crane who is unable to fly. 
  • Partnering with the Bongde Institute of Hospitality and Tourism in Bhutan to teach, train and employ local culinary students.
  • Leading educational events with local students at Babesa Middle Secondary School in Thimphu and the Early Learning Center in Paro focused on recycling and gardening best practices.

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