Phobjikha and Gangtey are two adjacent valleys in Bhutan known for their scenic beauty and cultural significance. Phobjikha is a popular spot for trekking and hiking, with opportunities to see the endangered black-necked crane in its natural habitat. Gangtey, on the other hand, is known for its monastery, the Gangtey Goenpa, which is an important Buddhist pilgrimage site. Both valleys are surrounded by pristine natural landscapes and offer visitors a chance to experience the tranquility and beauty of rural Bhutan.