Bhutan is a very spiritual country, where Buddhism is the state religion and about 70% of population follows Buddhism. SO we do have lot of spiritual places such as monasteries, temples, caves etc. where we can do meditation and retreats
And also we do have lot of Hot springs and traditonal Hot stone bath which is good for our body.
As one of the last strongholds of Vajrayana Buddhism, meditation and mediation retreats are a common practice amongst Monks and Buddhist practitioners in Bhutan. Small retreat centers and hermitages are located all over the country, usually next to temples, monasteries and monastic schools.
These retreats and meditation centers provide places of respite from the cares and stress of everyday life. Devout Buddhists often venture into the mountains for months at a time to meditate. The retreats provide practitioners with the opportunity to draw upon their inner self and meditate upon the purpose of life.
Many tourists come to Bhutan for meditation and retreat tours. Some itineraries include serious meditation programs that last for days while others offer solitary retreats for few hours in the high hills and temples where the serenity and beauty of nature can be appreciated in undisturbed silence.
In bhutan we do have lot of hot springs across the the country where by lot of people visit such places as when they get time. The medicinal properties of these hot springs have been used by the Bhutanese people for centuries to cure various ailments ranging from arthritis to body aches and even sinuses. It is a popular tradition among Bhutanese to visit hot springs during the winter months.
Hot stone bath is the traditional way of taking bath in Bhutan. People use selected stones which have some mineral values. And those stones are heated till red hot and this heated stones are dipped into the wooded bath tab to warm the water inside where people sit and relax.
Its found in most of the places and very popular in Farm Stay and Home Stays. And now even some hotels do have.