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About GANGTEY

The Gangtey Valley, also known as the Phobjikha Valley, is a beautiful and scenic glacial valley located in central Bhutan. It is renowned for its natural beauty and is a popular tourist destination. The valley is known for its unique ecosystem and is a designated conservation area, as it is the winter habitat of the endangered black-necked cranes that migrate from the Tibetan Plateau. These graceful birds arrive in the valley around late October and stay until February, making it a significant attraction for wildlife enthusiasts. Apart from its ecological importance, the Gangtey Valley is also home to the Gangtey Monastery, a prominent Buddhist monastery that dates back to the 17th century. The monastery is an essential religious and cultural site in Bhutan and serves as a center for religious studies and meditation. The Gangtey Valley offers breathtaking views of rolling hills, pristine forests, and picturesque villages. It is an ideal place for hiking and exploring the natural beauty of Bhutan. The valley also provides opportunities for visitors to learn about Bhutanese culture, interact with locals, and experience the traditional way of life. Please note that if you were referring to a different location or have more specific details about Gantey Bhutan, feel free to provide further information for a more accurate response.

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Phobjika Valley

Phobjikha valley is a glacial valley on the western slopes of the black mountain range. The valley is an important wildlife centre in Bhutan and is the roosting ground of the endangered blacked-necked cranes that fly there from the Tibetan plateau during the winter.

Temple, Phobjikha Valley

Phobjikha, the home of black necked crane during the winter, is a beautiful valley.

Gangtey Goempa

Gangtey Goempa, located at 2900m, overlooks the large green area of Phobjikha valley. This Temple was established in 1613 and now it has several other buildings for meditation, schools and hostels for monks.