Known for its diverse landscapes which comprise of chilly snow-capped mountains of the North to hot subtropical forests in the South, the district of Wangdue Phodrang has something for every traveller to cheer for. Monks, monasteries, majestic mountains, thick jungle, bustling wildlife and picturesque valleys and what not? It is also popular for its rare Red Pandas, Blue Sheep, Snow Leopards and birds like the Black Necked Cranes and white bellied herons. Beautiful orchids, Rhodonderons and Blue Poppies add more colours to its landscapes.
Wangdue Phodrang also boasts of the famous Phobjikha Valley, perhaps the most beautiful valley in whole Bhutan. Spectacular chain of verdant mountains clubbed with shimmering streams and dense woods, the Phobjikha Valley is a favourite haunt for many winged travellers all across the globe. It is also home to the endangered species of Black Necked Cranes which migrate to this part of the World every year during the winters. You have plenty of adventure options here such as hiking, biking, bird watching and more.
The Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, Jigme Singye Wangchuk National park and the serene villages of Gasleo and Nahee are some of the other prime attractions of Wangdue Phodrang.