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  • Bumthang Bumthang lies in the north-central region of Bhutan, due to the great number of temples and sacred sites, it is often referred to as the spiritual heartland of the country. Bumthang consists of Ura, C

  • gangtey

    Gangtey in Phobjikha Valley Gangtey or Phobjikha at an average altitude of 3,000m is a wide and beautiful valley, designated as conservation zone within the Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park (formerly Black Mountains National

  • Gasa Gasa is the district in the northwest of the Bhutan. Its main village / town is located near Gasa Dzong. From Punakha, drive 2-3 hours to Goen Damji village, which is connected by new road. From Damji

  • Gelephu Gelephu or Gelyephug is located on the plains in the south central Bhutan, bordering state of Assam, India. It is about 30 kms east of Sarpang, which is its Dzongkhag or district headquarter. Gelephu

  • Trongsa

    Laya to Lunana Thanza Trek This part describes the route from Laya to Thanza in Lunana. From Thanza, there are options to go towards Nikka Chu or to trek north east towards Gangkar Punsum base camp and then to Dur and end in Bu

  • lhungtse

    Lhuentse Lhuentse or Kurtoe region is an isolated district in the north east. There are many sizeable villages in the district which are mostly located on the ridge tops. Women of Kurtoe are well known for the

  • Lunana Thanza - Dur via Gangkar Punsum This part describes the trek route after Thanza to Gangkar Phusum Base camp, then going east to Geshe Woma, Warathang, Dur Hot Springs, Tshochen and finally ending the trek in Jakar (Bumthang). This i

  • Mongar Mongar is located on hill (like most of the eastern Bhutan towns and villages) at an average of 1600m altitude. The older town was relocated to the current site after the reconstruction of the road. I

  • Paro Paro is the most tourist destination in Bhutan. You can access Paro by road from India through Phuentsholing (Indo boarder). Paro is a name of the town centers as well the name of district or Dzongkha

  • Phuentsholing

    Phuentsholing Phuentsholing is a frontier and thriving commercial center on the northern edge of the Indian plains and five-six hours drive south of Thimphu and Paro International airport. Situated at the foothills

  • Punakha and Wangdue Punakha is a town in the Himalayas of Bhutan. It's known for the Punakha Dzong, a 17th-century fortress at the juncture of the Pho and Mo Chhu rivers. The fortress hosts the Punakha Tshechu, a religio

  • Samdrup Jongkhar is a frontier town in south eastern Bhutan, bordering the Indian state of Assam, located at 170m above sea level. It is the distict capital of Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag and an important market town

  • Thanza (Lunana Trek) to Sephu This part describes the trek from Lunana Thanza to Sephu- via Danji, Tshochena, Jichu Dramo, Chukarpo, Thampe Tsho, Maurothang, Sephu). For full details of trekking route before Thanza, visit Laya to

  • Thimphu Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan, and also the name of the valley and Dzongkhag or district. With estimated population of around 100,000, Thimphu is Bhutan's largest city. Thimphu valley is at an aver

  • Trashigang Trashigang (also spelt Tashigang) town is at about 1070m above the sea level. It is the center and the district capital of Trashigang Dzongkhag, the largest district in the country. Trashigang distric

  • Trashiyangtse Trashiyangtse at average altitude of 1715m is a newly created district of Trashigang. It borders the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The ancient route between east and west Bhutan passed through he

  • Trongsa Trongsa at elevation of 2,200m lies at the geographical center of Bhutan. The town situated on the face of a ridge provides splendid view of the valleys surrounding it and the Trongsa Dzong situated a

  • Wangdue Wangdue town at 1240m lies around 20km, half hour drive from Punakha and around 10 minutes drive from Lobesa. The small town of white washed wooden shops and resturants has ramshackle but untouched a

  • Zhemgang

    Zhemgang Zhemgang, previously Shemgang, is one of the 20 dzongkhags (districts) of Bhutan. It lies to the south of Trongsa in the south central region of Bhutan, an area traditionally known as Kheng and its pe