Bhutan Food at Culture at Local Farm Village in Phobjikha Valley, and a YAK BURGER! (Day 15)

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On Day 15 in Bhutan we were in Phobjikha Valley. The home farm stay was an amazing opportunity to learn about Bhutanese food and culture. Bhutanese breakfast, including mandatory butter tea, was fantastic.

Black-necked cranes - Phobjikha Valley is famous for their black necked cranes which migrate from Tibet every winter. We spent a little while browsing the Black-Necked Crane Visitor Center. Entrance - 120 BTN ($1.79)

Gangtey Goenpa Monastery - One of the main monasteries overlooking Phobjikha Valley is Gangtey Goenpa Monastery. It’s a nice place to walk around and get a view overlooking the valley.

Gangtey Goenpa Lodge - One of the only high end hotels in Phobjikha Valley is Gangtey Goenpa Lodge, and to switch up eating Bhutanese food for every meal we came here for lunch. I decided to order the yak burger.

Wangchuk Dema Farmstay - Finally, we checked into another farm home stay called Wangchuk Dema Farmstay. We walked around in the evening and had another delicious home cooked Bhutanese food meal for dinner.

Disclosure:

It was an honor to be invited by MyBhutan to visit Bhutan to explore Bhutanese food and culture. Thank you to MyBhutan Productions for making my trip and this video possible!

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