Kabjisa gewog stretches over an area of 206.1 sq. km as per LCMP 2010 with an altitude ranging from 1300-1800 m above sea level. There are 447 households in the gewog, which currently hold a population of 2361 people. The gewog comprises five chiwogs and has five tshogpas.

The gewog has very fertile land and all varieties of cereal crops are grown. Orange and sweet potatoes are grown as cash crops. Settlements are largely concentrated on the right bank of the Mo chhu River. The sub-tropical climate and favorable terrains offer tremendous opportunities for farm mechanization. The gewog is accessible by a motorable road and some of the far-flung villages are Rangrikha, Tongshuna, and Hokatsho.

It has one Basic Health Unit (BHU), one ORC, one RNR center, two extended classrooms, one MSS, one Multi-purpose hall, and one community center. About 92% of the household have access to clean drinking water. There are six lhakhangs/temples in the gewog.