The Haa Valley is one of Bhutan’s best-kept secrets, being just opened to tourists in 2002. It lies concealed above Paro, and hotel construction has been prohibited for the time being in order to preserve its rustic old world qualities.
Despite its proximity to Paro, the Haa Valley has not been developed in the same way, and here you may experience the more traditional way of life that is more widespread in the country’s east. We adore this valley for its beautiful landscape, tranquility, and wonderful hiking.
It lies along the western border of Bhutan. Often described as a remote dzongkhag which is one of the least visited areas in the country. The district is presided over by three mountains collectively referred as “Three Brothers” (Jampelyang, Chana-Dorji and Chenrizig)