Permissible Places for Tourists

Not all areas and religious establishments are open to tourists. This is to ensure that monastic life can continue unhindered, and for environmental and safety concerns. The following Dzongkhags (districts) areas are open to tourists.

Chukha Dzongkhag
Phuentsholing Lhakhang, Phuentsholing
Kharbandi Lhakhang, Phuentsholiing
Kamji Lhakhang, Phuentsholing
Chasilhakha Lhakhang, Bongo block
Chima Lhakhang, Chima block
Chapcha Dzong, Chapcha
Thimphu Dzongkhag
Tashichhodzong (during winter when monk body is away in Punakha )
Thimphu Tsechu Festival
National Memorial Chhorten
Changlimethang Lhakhang, Thimphu
Paro Dzongkhag
Paro Tsechu Festival
Ta Dzong Museum
Drukgyal Dzong
Taktsang Monastery (view from tourist cafeteria)
Bitekha Dzong (en route to Ha)
Punakha Dzongkhag
Punakha Dzong (when monk body is in Thimphu)
Punakha Dromchen
Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag
Gantey to observe the Black Necked Crane
Wangduephodrang Tsechu festival
Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag
Zangtogpelri
Trongsa Dzongkhag
Trongsa Tsechu festival
Chendebji Chhorten
Ta Dzong
Bumthang Dzongkhag
Wangdichholing Dzong
Membar Tsho
Peling Sermon Chhorten, Palrithang
Ura new Lhakhang
Mongar Dzongkhag
Mongar Dzong
Trashiyangtsi Dzongkhag
Trashiyangtsi dzong
Trashigang Dzongkhag
Trashigang Tsechu festival
Zangtogpelri Lhakhang, Kanglung
Kanglung Lhakhang
Khaling Lhakhang
Radhi Lhakhang