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Haa is characterized by a narrow north-south valley and is often known as “the Hidden-land rice valley”. Covering an area of 1,900 with altitude ranging from 800m to 5,600m, the dzongkhag has six gewogs (counties). Due to its rugged terrain, development is making slow progress in the dzongkhag. Only two percent of the land is arable. Main crops grown here comprise barley, wheat, millet, potatoes, chillies and apples.

Haa on Bhutan Map

Haa on Bhutan Map

Attractions in Haa

Chele La Pass

  Chele La Pass at over 13,000 ft to the west above the Paro Valley is the highest road pass in the country and has amazing views of the Himalaya especially that of Mt. Jhomolari, Bhutan's most sacred peak at over 22,000 feet. Chele La … View details

Lhakhang Karpo & Nagpo

  Lhakhang Karpo can be distinguished by its white walls while Lhakhang Nagpo has grayish-black walls. The former was established in the 7th century by Tibetan king Songtsen Gempo in his mission to build 108 monasteries in one day. He built … View details