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  1. Paro(international airport) 2200 meters above the sea level

Paro District: the Paro valley is without doubt one of the loveliest in Bhutan. Willow trees and apple orchards line many of the roads, white washed farmhouses and temples complement the green terraced fields and forested hills rise on the either side to create a beautiful, organic and peaceful whole. The district has one of the remarkable sightseeing and religious monuments such as:

  1. Paro Rinpung Dzong
  2. National Museum
  3. Taktsang (Tiger`s Lair)
  4. Kichu Lhakhang,etc
  1. Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. 2320 meters above the sea level.

Thimphu being the capital city of Bhutan, it has over 1 lakh population. The capital city has various ministries which compels the young folks to reside for jobs etc. The city of crowd has many tourist attractions such as:

  1. Thimphu Tashi Chodzong
  2. Buddha Point
  3. Simtokha Dzong
  4. Druk wangyel Chorten at Dochula
  5. Changgang kha Lhakhang
  6. National memorial Chorten
  7. Textile Mesuem
  8. Phajoding monastery
  9. Dechen Phodrang etc
  1. Haa District 2670 meters above the sea level

The isolated Haa valley lies southwest of the paro valley, hidden behind the high ridge of the Cheli la. Despite easy access to Tibet, the remote valley has been off the major trade routes and continues to be on the fringes of tourism. Some of the attractions are:

  1. Wangchulo Dzong
  2. Shek Drak
  3. Juneydrak
  4. Yangtsho Goemba & around
  5. Chungdu Lhakhang
  1. Wangdue Phodrang 800-5800 meters above the sea level

Legend says that the Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel met a small boy named Wangdi playing in the sand on the banks of the punatsang chu and was moved to name his new dzong Wangdi- later Wangdue Phodrang(Wangdi`s palace). The town is still known colloquially as Wangdi. The districts has many tourist spots:

  1. Radak Neykhang
  2. Pele la pass
  3. Phobjikha Valley
  4. Gangtey Goemba
  5. Black Necked Crane festival
  6. Bey Langdra Nye
  1. Punakha 1300 meters.

Punakha is known as second capital of Bhutan.

Punakha sits in sultry, fertile and beautiful valley at the junction of the Mo Chhu(Mother River) and Pho Chhu(Father River). Commanding the river junction is the gorgeous Punakha Dzong, perhaps Bhutan`s most impressive building. Not only the Dzong that attracts the tourist, there are many other spots for tourist:

  1. Punakha Dzong
  2. Chimi Lhakhang, the famous Divine Madman Temple.
  3. Khamsum Yuelley Namgyel Chorten
  4. Dho Jhaga Lama Lhakhang etc
  1. Gasa the elevation ranges from 1500-4500 meters

It is the northernmost districts of the country adjoining the districts of Punakha, Wangdue and Thimphu with Tibet to its north.The districts is famous for its hot spring and Cordyceps.

  1. Gasa Hot Spring
  2. Gasa Dzong
  3. Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Park
  4. Takin Habitat
  5. Trekking & sightseeing of numerous lakes
  1. Chukha, the elevation ranges form 200-3500 meters

The district serves the commercial business hub of western Bhutan adjoining the west Bengal districts of India, Jaigoan. It is the western gate way to Bhutan and India.

  1. The magnificient view of Chukha Dzong
  2. Sightseeing of Chukha Hydropower Project
  3. Zangtho Pelri
  4. Kharbandi Goemba
  5. Pungthim Dratshang
  6. Crocodile breeding Centre

Centre Bhutan

Central Bhutan`s forested mountains and fertile valleys comprise the country`s cultural heartland. The region boasts several of Bhutan`s oldest and most significant temples and monasteries, great day hikes and short treks, and several spectacular festivals.

  1. Trongsa Dzongkhag, elevation ranges from 800 meters to 4800 meters above the sea level

Located in the heart of the country, has many tourist attractions:

  1. Sprawling Trongsa Dzong
  2. Tower of Trongsa Musuem
  3. Pele la Pass
  4. Chendebji Chorten
  5. Potala Lhakhang
  6. Rukubji Sightseeing
  1. Bumthang District: located at an altitude of 3651 meters above the sea level.

The place is known as Switzerland of Bhutan due to its exotic scenery beauty and mountains. The version of the origin of the name Bumthang, the valley is supposed to be the shape like Bumpa, the vessel of holy water that is usually found on the altar of a lhakhang. Thang means field or flat place. The district has many tourist attractions:

  1. Yotong la passes
  2. Buli Lhakhang
  3. Tharpaling Gormba
  4. Jakhar Dzong
  5. Wangdi Choling Palace
  6. Namkha Nyingpo Goemba
  7. Mebartsho(Burning Lake)
  8. Ura sightseeing

                                                                      Eastern Bhutan

The east of Bhutan sees far fewer tourists than the western regions- reason enough to go! Intrepid visitors will be rewarded with exquisite dzongs and temples, beautiful handicrafts, and lush, bird-filled monsoon forests.

Mongar: located at an altitude of 2296 meters above the sea level

Mongar today has one of the biggest towns in the eastern Bhutan besides its exotic tourist attractions:

  1. Thrimsingla passes
  2. Shongar Dzong
  3. Mongar Dzong
  4. Drametse Dratshang
  5. Korila Passes

Tashigang: is situated at an attitude of 600 meters to over 4000 meters above the sea level

The largest district in the kingdom has good tourist base for excursions:

  1. Trashigang Dzong
  2. Kanglung Shedra/ College
  3. Rangjung Woeserling Shedra
  4. Yongphu la
  5. Rangshikhar Lhakhang
  6. Merak Sakeng Eco tourist facilities with numerous lakes

Trashiyangtse, it lies at the elevation of 500 to 5400 meters above the sea level

It borders the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, and there are cross border trade. The tourist attractions are:

  1. Gomkora Festival
  2. Chorten Kora Festival
  3. Trashiyangtse Dzong
  4. National Institute for Zorig Chusum
  5. Bomdeling Wildlife Sanctuary

Lhuntse, the Dzongkhag has the elevation ranging from 600 to 5800 meters above the sea level.

The Dzongkhag is bordered by Bumthang in the west, Trashiyangtse in the east, Mongar to the south and Tibet Autonomous region of China in the north. It is also known as the home for royals. The main attractions are:

  1. Lhuntse Rinchentse Dzong
  2. Dungkhar Nagtshang
  3. Singye Dzong
  4. Autsho Chorten
  5. Khoma Kishu thara weaving village
  6. Guru Rimpochoe`s Statue, and many other important temples in the history of the country.
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