was resently opened to visitors and remains one of Bhutan's most pristine
areas. At the Chuzom, confluence of Thim-Chu (Thimphu River) and
Pa-Chu (Paro River), the road ascends along the dramatic Wang Chu river
valley where you will have time to view the Dobji Dzong and, if
time permits, hike through its high ramparts.
valley is situated north west of Paro valley.
opening onto a valley dotted with fields of millet, barley, potatoes and
wheat, where farmhouses are adorned with intricately painted cornices and
frames. Visits to both Chundu Lhakhang and Lhakhang Karpo provide an insight into the history of the valley.
road into Haa valley climbs slowly through quaint villages and thick conifer