The inhabitants of Sarpang & Gelephu are a mixture of almost every ethnic group in Bhutan comprising the Sharchopas, Ngalops, Bumthaps, Khengpas, Kurtoeps, and then Lhotshampas. The vastness of agricultural land has enticed many farmers to Sarpang. The majority of the inhabitants are the Lhotshampas and nature worshippers which makes a great diversity of cultural experiences. The summer months are not recommended due to the heat and humidity of the region.
Let us reveal the colors of the fall festivities or mesmerize you with some animist rituals. Sarpang district is one of the newly opened destinations when Gelephu was made feasible for the entry and exit of tourists.
Gelephug is an ambient warm town located close to the southern Indo-Bhutan border. The imploring town with multiple shops and restaurants is immersing hub for travel, trade, and various business. Additionally, the fertile region remarks the gateway towards the Royal Manas National Park, the oldest nature reserve of Bhutan. The Royal Manas National Park is the most biologically diverse area in Bhutan and it is renowned worldwide love for its rare collections of flora and fauna.