Mountains guard, keep, & whisper secrets to its closest acquaintance! And to listen to them you must walk into their embrace!
It is here that you go chasing angels and when you are there already you wake up to some of the most surreal views ever. Haa Valley, nestled in the Himalayan lands in Bhutan, is where nature looks its incredible best!
Get Indulged Into The Serenity Of Haa!!
Perched at an altitude of 2,679 m, Haa is a nestled paradise connecting Paro, Chhukha, and Samtse districts of Bhutan. With its thinly populated valley region, this serene town gives you the tranquilizing feel like a fewer place in the ever would.
— Swati Jain (@Buoyantfeet) August 31, 2016
‘Haa Valley takes you through to the magical place beyond mountains in Bhutan where the world is so pristine!’
How to go to Haa Valley?
By air: The easiest way to reach is by taking a flight from your town to Paro International Airport. From the airport, you can hire a taxi or a cab to reach Haa Valley.
Distance from Paro to Haa- 63.8 km
By Road: There are numerous direct cabs are available from Phuentsholing to Haa Valley. You can reach Phuentsholing from the nearest Bagdogra Airport or nearest NJP railway station in Siliguri.
Moreover, there is a vast range of local buses available from Thimphu and Paro to Haa Valley on particular days. Avail the most affordable Bhutan tour package from Siliguri for a memorable trip.
Best Time to Visit Haa Valley!!
October to November is the best time to explore charismatic beauty of Haa Valley. During this time, the weather is moderate and perfect for a hike in the valley.
Haa Valley’s Nearby Fascinating Places to See!!
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— Parnashree Devi ✈️ (@parnashree19) January 17, 2018
‘With the kind of immense tranquility that Haa Valley is surrounded with one can’t just get over its bewitching beauty.’
The place is bestowed with a lot of tiny temples and gompas from the prehistoric times such as-
— Ananth Rupanagudi (@rananth) September 30, 2018
- Haa Gompa
- The Black and White Temple Temples
- Dumchung Dzong
- Yangthong Gompa
- Gyechu Lhakhang
- Juneydrak Hermitage
- Katsho Gompa
Wow! Ample religious places! Here your soul will get the inner peace!
Wait for a Moment, There’s something more…
‘Along with stunning outdoors, Haa Valley is a hikers’ delight!’
The lush green surroundings of Haa Valley are ideal for-
- Hiking to the Buddhist temples
- Trek to Haa Chu Riverside
- Experience the rich Bhutan culture
- Go on an enthralling Poppy trail in the valley
- Taste the most delectable local cuisines
Note: Haa is strategically important for India because of its close presence near the Indo-Tibet border and the Indian Military Training Teams which is a critical position for India.
- Q. What are the best places to stay in Haa?
- A. The best places to stay in Haa are Risum Resort, Soednam Zingkha Heritage Lodge, Nguyen Homestay etc where you can live comfortably.
- Q. What are the best restaurants in Haa?
- A. The best restaurants in Haa are Mountain Cafe, Brioche Cafe, New-lee Restaurant etc where you will get delicious foods.