Dzongkhags in Bhutan

Zhemgang

(Altitude: 300m-3000m) Zhemgang is a region blessed with (more…)

Wangduephodrang

(Altitude:1300m/4265ft)Wangduephodrang is the last town on the central highway before (more…)

Trongsa

(Altitude: 2300m/7545ft.) Trongsa forms the central hub of the nation (more…)

Trashiyangtse

  (Altitude: 1700m/5580ft) Trashiyangtse is a rapidly growing town and (more…)

Trashigang

  (Altitude: 1,100 m/ 3,775 ft) Trashigang the largest district of Bhutan (more…)

Thimphu

(Altitude: 2400m/7875ft) This is capital city of Bhutan with
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Sarpang

(Altitude: 325m) Sarpang Dzongkhag is a cosmopolitan settlement (more…)

Gasa

(Altitude: 2,700m) Gasa, the northernmost district of the country (more…)

Samdrup Jongkhar

(Altitude 720ft/220m) Samdrup Jongkhar town holds the distinct honor (more…)

Punakha

(Altitude:1300m/4265 ft) Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan (more…)

Pemagatshel

(Altitude: 1,000/3,500m) The name Pemagatshel translates to “Lotus (more…)

Paro

(Altitude: 2200m/7218 ft) The beautiful valley of Paro encapsulates (more…)

Mongar

(Altitude: 1600m/5250ft) The road approaching Mongar is one of the (more…)

Lhuntse

(Altitude: 1460m/4789ft) Lhuntse valley is located in the north-eastern (more…)

Haa

(Altitude: 3200m/10496ft) The Mythic valley of the Guardian (more…)

Dagana

(Altitude: 1,520m) The place gets its name from the historic Daga
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Phuntsholing

(Altitude: 300m / 985 ft) The frontier town, it is a thriving commercial (more…)

Bumthang

(Altitude: 2,600m/8,530ft) Bumthang is one of the most beautiful & Sacred (more…)