One of the most isolated districts of Bhutan, the Lhuntse is visually appealing crossing the 3800-meter high altitude. Most of the Lhuntse district is part of the environmentally protected areas of Bhutan. The district contains Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary in the east, Thrumshingla National Park in the south and Wangchuck Centennial Park in the north.
Wangchuck Centennial Park is not only the largest national park of Bhutan but also represent the ecology of the Himalayan landscape at its best ranging from blue pine to alpine meadows.
Lhuentse Dzong is one of the most significant tourists attraction in the Lhuentse district. This dzong and Buddhist monastery is the ancestral home of the Bhutanese Kings. Meaning the monastery is rich in history with appealing Bhutanese architecture.
Jangchubling Dzong in Lhuentse was situated in the 18th century on a hilltop with a scenic mountain backdrop. The Jangchubling Dzong is a great spot for scenery seekers.