Haa Valley: If time permits, please do visit Haa valley. You need a separate permit to visit Haa Valley. Incase, you are keen on visiting Haa, I would suggest please start your travel from Thimpu, where you can get special permit for both Punakha and Haa valley. This way, you can cover Thimpu, Punakha, Paro and Haa, in order.Cheila La pass : On the way to Haa valley, you will pass Cheli La, which is one of the highest mountain pass in Bhutan.
3. Haa - Nestled 4 hours from Punakha and 2 hours from Paro is this non-touristy valley in the middle of nature with apple trees lining the sides of the roads and hand painted scenery on both sides of the road. Rivers, mountains, lush green fields - everything comes together to an indelible memory of a lifetime. We had lunch at this place !
Next up, is Bhutan's prettiest hidden gem, the Haa Valley, which is nestled between mighty green hills. The drive to the valley is surreal and will take you through thick dense forests. Scarcely populated, this is the ideal place to just spend time with your spouse, hiking wherever the hills take you.Where To Stay:
Day 7 - Drive up to Haa Valley, visit Chele la Pass on the way. Stay in Paro
From Chele La Pass, you drive down-hill to Haa Valley, an hour drive.Haa - a quaint, quiet, just a few house settlement in the valley. So tiny a place, that you can just walk around and grasp the beauty and peacefulness in just one go.