Nak Sel is an eco-friendly hospitality community resort owned and managed by a local Bhutanese family. Leading in energy efficiency, the establishment supports the cause of nature. Nak Sel literally means forest, this property is situated on top of a hill in the middle of a forest and it’s always a bit colder here as compared to Paro town. It is at a 30 minutes’ drive from Paro international airport.
Indigenously procured mud bricks, traditional windows and furniture echo the Bhutanese heritage, yet every contemporary modern detail is accommodated for in the heart of the picturesque Ngoba village. Dramatic views of Mount Jumolhari can be seen from all cottages and rooms equipped with modern furniture and amenities.
Chabchu bar serves a local and international selection of beverages including the local favorite Ara, the Bhutanese rice wine. An all-day dining restaurant serves local Bhutanese, Indian and other international cuisines.
Menchu, the spa offers therapies that make use of traditional Bhutanese medicine and Himalayan herbs. They specialize in relaxation and healing therapies and the traditional hot stone bath. In good weather there is a lucky possibility of a glimpse of the Tiger’s nest monastery from either of the treatment rooms.