Two hour drive from the capital will take the visitors to a beautiful tiny valley of Haa. En-route to Haa, one can also stop by the gorgeous Chelela pass. The pass is also known as the highest motor-able road in Bhutan. Unlike Paro and Thimphu, Haa valley is rather quiet and serene. The valley does not see many tourists like is neighboring districts which can be attested by the fact that the valley has zero tourist hotels or and souvenir shops. Thus, tourists visiting Haa can experience an authentic local culture. For nature lovers, Haa can be the perfect destination to explore as almost 80% of the valley is still under forest coverage. Home to exceptionally rare species of flora and fauna including the White poppy, this in fact only grows in Haa in the entire world.
Places of Interest
These are the most popular ones there plenty more to discover,hidden places but we can t put them all here
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