In one of the furthest corners of Bhutan lies Trashiyangtse, a former sub-district of Trashigang that was only established as a dzongkhag of its own in 1992. With sub-tropical and alpine forests as far as the eye can see, the town and its surrounding countryside is ideal for exploring by foot.

Trashiyangtse is also an ethnically and culturally diverse district whose inhabitants include some of Bhutan’s indigenous dwellers, such as the Yangtseps, Tshanglas, Bramis, Khengpas and Kurtoeps.

Key Activities: Cultural Sights, Trekking, Hiking, Camping, Fishing

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