One of Bhutan's most important wildlife reserves

The broad, U-shaped glacial valley of Phobjikha is well-known for its scenic splendour, and is fringed by the Black Mountains and the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park. One of the most important wildlife reserves in the country, hosting annual wintering flocks of black-necked cranes, as also muntjacs  or barking deer, wild boars, Himalayan black bears, leopards, red foxes and sambars – Phobjikha is an interesting place to for wildlife enthusiasts. The Gangteng Monastery and a few treks, also add to its tourist appeal.

Image credits: Doug Knuth, CC-BY-SA

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