Haa is the western most district in Bhutan, and although it is only short distance away from Paro, it feels off-the-beaten-track as fewer tourist head this way being in the opposite direction of other tourists sites. It borders India to the south and Tibet to the north. In ancient times, Haa was an active trading post, through Amo chu valley, which linked Bhutan with Dromo (Chumbi) valley of Tibet. The town of Haa is located at elevation of 2670m and being at the higher elevation, the main crops of the valley are wheat, barley, millet and Potatoes. Haa is also home to the Indian Military Training Team known as IMTRAT, which is one of the reason why the valley was closed off for tourists until 2001.