Wangdue Phodrang

The Phobjikha valley is a serene, beautiful and plain easy route to bike. If it’s winter, you get to glimpse the Black-necked cranes who some to roost on the meadows from the Tibetan Plateau.
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A few hours’ drive from Wangdue is Phobjika valley. It is a famous place because it is the winter resting place of the rare black necked cranes. It is one of the important wildlife preserves of the country. In addition to the cranes Phobjikha also has other wild animals like the barking deer, wild boars,...
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The monastery located in Gangtey gewog was established in the 17th century. The  monastery complex consists of the main monastery, monk’s quarter, meditation centers and a small guest house.
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The impressive Wangdiphodrang Dzong perched on a ridge overlooking the Punatsangchu and Dangchu Rivers was built in 1639. The dzong held a powerful position during the pre-monarchy days and presently it is the town’s visible feature. The dzong was founded by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Today it is used as the centre of administration and the...
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