Places of interest in Bhutan

Weather and climate in Bhutan

Paro Valley

Paro is a small town in the western part of Bhutan. The town of Paro lies at an elevation of 2280 m. on the banks of the Paro Chhu (river).

Thimphu – The Capital City of Bhutan

Thimphu Valley

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan since 1960. It lies at an elevation of over 7600 ft. Tashichhodzong is the centre of administration and summer residence..

Haa valley

Haa valley was known for its animist tradition during the pre- Buddhist era. Inhabitants of Haa then believed offering animal blood to their local deities.


Phuentsholing, lying at an altitude of 300 m above the sea level is a border town in south western Bhutan. It is the main frontier town and a thriving commercial centre.


Punakha Valley

Punakha valley lies at an altitude 4420 feet. It served as the capital of Bhutan until 1955. It is the winter seat of the Je Khenpo (Chief Abbot) and the monk body at present.


Wangduephodrang is at a distance of around 17 kms from Punakha and is the last town on the central highway before central Bhutan. The old town used to be a little....

Trongsa Dzong


Trongsa lies at an altitude of 2300 M in the central part of Bhutan and is also known as the Vanguard of the Warriors. The town is located on a steep ridge. In the earlier days,



Gasa is one of the least populated and northernmost districts adjoining the districts of Punakha, Thimphu and Wangduephodrang. To its north is Tibet.



Bumthang is the most historic District in Bhutan. With a lot of ancient temples and sacred sites. Bumthang is divided into for Geogs (sub districts) consisting of the..

Golden Langur in Zhemgang district


Zhemgang Dzongkhag in Central Bhutan is among the less visited places in Bhutan. The district is a perfect destination for adventurous nature lovers. Tourism is still ...

The Best Tourist Destination - Bhutan


Mongar is one among the six districts that makes the eastern Bhutan. Deep Gorges and stark cliffs amidst dense conifer forest constitute its landscapes and the landscape..

Trashigang Dzong


Trashigang is located at an altitude of 1100 M in the far east of Bhutan. It is situated on the banks of the Gamri Chhu and it is the country’s largest district. In the earlier...


Located in the eastern Bhutan at an altitude of 1700 m, Trashiyangtse is a rapidly growing town and administrative center of the district. The main town is situated in a small river


Mongar is one among the six districts that makes the eastern Bhutan. Deep Gorges and stark cliffs amidst dense conifer forest constitute its landscapes and the landscape is

Bhutanese Economy


Located in the southeastern corner of the country, Samdrupjongkhar Dzongkhag shares its northen and southern borders with the Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.



Dagana is one of the least visited districts in Bhutan. Untouched and original it has not yet drowned in the cosmopolitan lifestyle. Though it was open for tourism since a few years........



Tsirang is noted for its gentle slopes and mild climates. The dzongkhag is also noted for its rich biodiversity; however, it is one of the few dzongkhags without a protected area.



Sarpang Dzongkhag is located in the central part of southern Bhutan, bordering to Assam state in India. Sarpang is one of the three gateways to Bhutan from India through Gelephu.