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It covers an area of 1,954 sq. kms and ranges from 400 m to 4,000 m in altitude. Deep Gorges and stark cliffs amidst dense conifer forest constitute its landscapes and the landscape is spectacular with stark cliffs and deep gorges set amidst dense conifer forests. The road to Mongar is one of the most adventurous and spectacular. The sheer cliffs, beautiful fir forest and green pastures constitutes the environment as you drive to Mongar. The area also gives the opportunity to see countless varieties of rhododendrons and on clear days the view of the mountain Gangkar Puensum, (7541 meters), the world's highest unclimbed mountain, is a great experience. It lies at an altitude of 1,600 m.


Mongar Dzong: This Dzong was first built in 1930s and is among the newest Dzongs in Bhutan. It was rebuilt in 1953 and it is unique as it has two entrances. There are about 60 young monks residing in this Dzong. You will see the images of the Buddha of long life, as well as Guru Rinpoche and the Shabdrung. Though the Dzong was built in the 20th century, the age old traditions of all the other Dzongs have been carefully taken into account in building the Dzong. No drawings or nails have been used in building the Dzong.


Drametse Lhakhang: This Lhakhang is one of the largest and most important monastery in the eastern Bhutan. The lhakhang is situated in the Trashigang-Mongar highway. The Lhakhang was founded by Ani Choten Zangmo in the 16th century. She was the grand daughter of Terton Pema Lingpa. The lhakhang has a wide varieties of spiritual treasures and other sacred objects and is deeply associated with the Peling tradition of Buddhism and Terton Pema Lingpa. The annual festival known as Kaggsol Chenmo, Trel Da Tshechu and Daw Drugpai Choep is held in this lhakhang. During this time local people from Mongar and Trashigang gather at Drametse Lhakhang to witness the festival.

Featured Tours and Treks


  • Thilo and Cordula
  • Very good guide/driver team, we had a lot of fun with them. Very special thanks for the visa support to get back to India We had a lot of luck during our tour with N.B. as we were able to see the Kankar Punsum and also wild monkeys eating and jumping in the trees above us. Please find our selected photos of that attached. Thank you very much again for letting us join together for dinner with your wife, for your hospitality and your gifts. We still find us very surprised at Bhutan, from its cultural spots and landscape.

  • Ms. Margaret and Friends
  • Had an extremely amazing time! Lobzang and Subba were great & hospitality 2nd to none! Thank you for such a great time and we definitely encourage more people to come visit Bhutan via your travel guides. Thank you for all your hospitality. Our Trip to Bhutan was better than what we expected. It was great to meet Lobzang and Sanman every morning there to greet us with a smile. Lobzang’s knowledge of Bhutan and all the historical places is fantastic. Also Sanman’s driving made us feel safe at all times and very comfortable. Whenever we talk about Bhutan we will always recommend you all.

  • Mr. Christoph A. Riedweg
  • Tika and Mohan went out of their way to make our stay comfortable and enjoyable. For all of our requests they tried there very best to arrange (food, sightseeing, shopping). The trip offered a great mix of sightseeing, history, nature and daily life in Bhutan. We truly enjoyed our stay.

  • Aveek Pradhan
  • Service offered was quite appreciating and we look forward to avail other services in the near future.

  • Ms. Nilima and friends
  • Excellent Trip. Thanks to Vivek and Santosh. Amazing guide and an excellent driver. They made our trip memorable. We would recommend them to everyone.