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From its vast views of the Indian plains, this overland gateway town is the start of breath-taking drive round hair pin turns through lush forests to the town and valley of the inner Himalays altitudes up to 8,000 ft.
This beautiful terraced valley is the home to many of Bhutan’s oldest temple and its first Airport. To the north, Mount Jhomolhari (Mountain of goddess Jhomo) reigns in sacred glory. The glacier waterways from its five sister peaks through deep gorges, finally covering to form the Paro river that nourishes the rice fields and the apple and peach orchards of its own valley. The national museum is located in a ancient wath tower here, and Taktsang Monastery “Tiger Nest" clings to sheer cliffs 900 mts above the valley.
the capital city of Bhutan, perhaps the most unusual capital city in the world, is bustling town on the banks of its own river and set gloriously in the hills of its own valley, the regal town, home to0 the revered Bhutanese Royal Family, the center of government religion and commerce has grown along side monasteries and forts. From the earliest fortess - monastery - Simtokha Dzong build in 1627.
The road winds up from Simtokha Dzong into pine forest and through small villages for 20 kms and then opens miraculously onto the northern ridge of the mountains. The view over the Himalayan panoply a Dochula Pass at 10,500 feet is one of the most spectacular in all Bhutan. The views of the Himalayas can be seen on the road, where the Pho Chu and Mo Chu river converge.
Wandiphordang is the last town on the central highway before central Bhutan. Below, rich cattle pastures at the junction of MO Chu and Tsang Chu river, a striking Dzong guards this windy valley.
This small village at the edge of the Black Mountains range is awash in golden hues from its yellow roofed temple to the wheat fields where black necked crane begin their migration dance before soaring off to Tibet in the spring
In the center of Bhutan and four hours by road from Wangdephordang. the approach to the town involves a 14 Kms trip around the Tongsa valley. Spectacular views frame the massive, many-leveled Tongsa Dzong strategically located to guard what has been for centuries the only east west route to Bhutan.
The Yutongla pass and a series of hair raising bends at 11500 feet separates the valleys of Tongsa and Bumthang. Nestled in the the fields are apple groves of Bumthang Valley, ancient art filled temples dating back to the seventh century to mark the origin of Buddhism in Bhutan.
Mongar is built on the side of a hill instead of next to the river on the valley floor like towns in the kingdom. A newly paved roads cuts through high passes overlooking broad green valley before reaching picturesque Mongar, the second largest town in the sub tropical east.

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