Haa Valley is a steep north-south valley with a narrow floor. The main crops grown in the valley are wheat and barley, although some rice is grown in the lower reaches of the valley. Pottatos, Chiilies, apples and other cash crops are grown by farmers on the valley floor, along terraced hillsides, and in some of the more accessible side valleys. Haa is also known is Hidden-Land Rice Valley.
In 2002 the valley was opened to foreign tourists. although its tourist resources remain largely undeveloped compared with Paro, Thimpu & Bumthung districts.