Explore the Phobjikha valley, the most unspoiled place in Bhutan

During your visit to Bhutan, visitors should not miss the experience of exploring the Phobjikha valley . This is a pristine place, home to many rare and precious animals.
Compared to other valleys in Bhutan, Phobjikha is quite flat and wider, located on the western side of the Black Mountain, with 163 km2 adjacent to Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park. In addition to the intact, pristine scenery, Phobjikha ice valley attracts visitors by the vividness and diversity of plants and animals here.

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Nake Chuu and Phag Chuu Rivers

These two very beautiful rivers appear to meander through the glacial valley, bringing to Phobjikha's dream. Thanks to these two gentle rivers combined with the fresh climate, the accretion of water makes a fertile land, villages and hamlets also grow on the banks of the Nake and Phag Chuu rivers .
Coming to explore the village in the valley, visitors will feel the rural life of the happy kingdom - Bhutan . Here people mainly live on farming, the houses they live in are made of wood.
Although life is full of difficulties, people living in Phobjikha valley are optimistic and love life, they always smile on the lips when they see the tourists.
The idyllic and pristine embellish the beauty of this place, when exploring the Phobjikha valley , visitors do not miss the opportunity to visit the village of the same name to learn about the culture and life of the indigenous people Phuong.


The big festivals of the year

Every year, people living in the Phobjikha valley often organize many festivals, the most famous of which is the Flaming Bird festival, attracting large numbers of Bhutanese people as well as tourists to attend. On November 12 every year, the crane festival is held at Gangtey Goemba Monastery, the famous monastery of this valley is also a spiritual place frequented by people in the area and tourists.


Phobjikha Valley - inhabited by many rare animals

Not only in Phobjikha, all Bhutanese people are very aware of animal protection. The government does not allow people to kill any animal, even if they are not vegetarian, but the products made from animals are imported from Bhutan, mainly from India.
Therefore, the animals in Bhutan live in a wonderful environment by the valleys and large forests without having to worry about any dangers from humans.
In Phobjikha valley, so far, it is still home to many rare animals such as deer, red foxes, leopards, black-headed cranes, Himalayan black bears, cranes ...
Travelers often choose to explore the Phobjikha valley because they want to see the animals protected and grow normally alongside humans like here. However, for some non-fixed species such as Cranes and cranes, visitors should pay attention to the time when visiting Phobjikha, usually from late October to March every year when new cranes fly back to the monastery at Phobjikha. At that time visitors can easily observe, see this very rare animal.
In addition, visitors can follow the small streams winding around the valley to "hunt photos" of precious birds when coming to Phobjikha. Pristine landscapes with the chilling cut of flesh will surely bring memorable experiences.


Great sense of the Phobjikha ice valley

Coming to Phobjikha is not a journey to check in virtual, the tourists come here often with the psychology of exploring, feeling the breath of life and immersing themselves into nature. The green forests in the distance, the fields have turned gray after harvest, the cold streams flowing along all over the place to create a harmonious, vivid picture of nature.
Where wild animals, cruel wild animals still exist very close to humans without being threatened. These animals are also factors that make tourists flock to Phobjikha more and more because of curiosity, love to explore and for a valley famous for its peaceful and pleasant appearance.
Not glittering like a picture, the beauty of Phobjikha valley is simple, very real and very real. Trip explore Phobjikha valley will surely make visitors have a clear look of the happiest countries in the world.
No need to build a car floor, but Bhutan is still happy, Phobjikha ice valley is still happy with what is happening. As the birds flutter freely in the sky, the tree tops and branches still satisfied themselves in the wind.
Rivers and streams are small, clear, peaceful, without waste, without dust, but peace in peace. Phobjikha Valley is not romantic but the beauty is so real that people dare to believe that happiness is possible even if you are not rich.
Certainly in the future, tourists will land on Phobjikha more and more and this poses many problems for the way of doing tourism here, whether with a large number of tourists, what will the Bhutanese government do to protect resources, protect peace for Phobjikha?

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