Point of entry into western and central Bhutan from India.
Sprawling capital city where people from all parts of the country live.
Trongsa carries the old heartbeat of ancient Bhutan.
Lhuentse boasts some of the most sacred sites of pilgrimage.
A True Abode of the Himalayas. Share northern frontiers with Tibet.
One of the most inaccessible Dzongkhag in the country.
Ancestral home of the Royal Grandmother.
Historical heart of Bhutan, also the winter residence of the national monastic body.
The cultural heartland of the Kingdom of Bhutan
The newest district in Bhutan. People of the district are known as the Yangtseps.
This is the commercial hub of eastern Bhutan.
District have a fertile land and a suitable climate for agricultural production.
The district is known as the rice bowl of Bhutan.
A multi-lingual district with several ethnic communities.
Presents a spectacular landscape with stiff cliffs and dense conifer forests.
Largest districts in the country located at the easternmost part.
Wetland cultivation is an important activity of this district
This is one of the rural district in southeast Bhutan.