One of the littlest and least visited Dzongkhags in Western Bhutan, Haa is known to have the largest number of yaks in the country. One of the primary elements you’ll find as you enter this secret valley are the three joined mountains called the Meri Puensum that ignore the Haa town. Working in the nineteenth hundred years as the super business entrance to Chumbi (Tibet), Sikkim and India, the Haa locale was a wilderness region known as “Ha Jue Zhi”. The starting points of the name ‘Haa’ are dim and unsubstantiated. Some case that the expression “stowed away land” (Baeyul) alludes to the second when Master Rinpoche crushed the Bon diety Ap Chundu and, thus, changed the valley into a secret region. As per another legend, it is accepted that in the seventh 100 years, individuals of Haa valley swiftly embraced Buddhism and raised sanctuaries. The expression “Hed” and that signifies “to hurry”, was misspoke to make ‘Haa’. The locale holds its pristine excellence and middle age beguile. Itinerant herders flourish in this valley and hold a late spring celebration consistently to share their unmistakable lifestyle. Home to various significant strict destinations, Haa is likewise known for the Torsa Nature Save a naturally safeguarded region associated with the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Public Park. An ideal environment for cycling and mountain trekking, guests to the district shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to remain at a nearby homestay, test neighborhood food and get a couple of nearby keepsakes like yak hair key chains and high country artemisia blossoms. Haa is situated in the far west piece of bhutan. The distance between Thimphu and Haa is 104.7 km and it’ll take over 3 hours.

Location: Located to the south west of Paro valley, Haa covers an area of roughly 1899.20 sq. km. The elevation ranges from  1000 to 5600 m above sea level.

People & Language – Individuals from this district are known as Haap and they communicate in the public language, Dzongkha. Yet, you’ll see a particular remarkable emphasis in the manner Haaps communicate in the public language.

Weather: With a normal of 11.7 °C, July is the hottest month. January has the most reduced typical temperature of the year. It is – 1.9 °C.