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It is one of the largest dzongkhags in the country covering 4,308 and ranges from 800-5800 m in altitude.

Wandguephodrang Dzong: Built in 1638 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, is of great historic importance to Bhutan as an administrative center that connects the east and west, besides being an architectural and cultural land Mark.

Most notable sites in the district is Gangtey/Phobjikha Valley: The natural beautiful landscape, rich flora and fauna and in particular the migration of Black-Necked Cranes around mid-October till end of February makes the place an attractive recreational destination for both local and others.

Things to do in Gangtey: Visit Gangtey Goempa (A 17th Century Buddhist Monastery), Black-Necked Crane information Centre, Multiple hiking trails.