Many People Planning A Trip To Bhutan Ask, “When Is The Best Time Of Year To Visit?” It’s A Common Misconception That There Is A High Season In Which Travelers Should See Bhutan. While Seasons And Weather Conditions Affect Travel To Many Countries Throughout The World, Bhutan Is A Year-Round Destination.Now That Bhutan Has More Paved Roads Throughout The Country To Reach Many More Towns And Villages, Visitors Can Experience Smaller, More Unique Ancient Festivals, And Can Visit Bhutan At Any Time Throughout The Year.

Season Activities Festivals

Weather Is Warm And Stable But It’s Still Cold Especially In The Morning And Night, Mountains Are Filled With Beautiful Flowers Such As Rhododendrons, Apples And Pears. Beautiful Jakaranta Purple Flowers In Punakha Start Blooming In Early May.

Trekking, Bird Watching, Hiking, Cultural Sightseeing Paro Tsechu, Rhododendron Festival

In Bhutan Is Known As Rainy Season But It Would Rain Only Few Hours During The Day. The Maximum Temperature In August Is Around 25℃ In Thimphu, So It’s Not Too Hot And Very Comfortable. Mountains Are Covered By Deep Green And Blue Poppy, The National Flower Of Bhutan Is Also Available In This Season In Some Mountain Passes Such As Chele-La.

Rafting, Bird Watching, Hiking, Cultural Sight Seeing Kujey Tsechu, Haa Summer Festival, Matsutake Festival

Is The Best Season For All The Trekking Courses In Bhutan And Most Crowded Season Especially During The Thimphu Tsechu Festival. The Color Of Paddy Fields Turn Into Very Beautiful Golden Yellow And People Dry Their Favorite Daily Foodstuff, Chilies On The Roofs. Most Of The Days Would Be Sunny And You Don’t Need To Wear Jackets By The End Of October.

Trekking, Bird Watching, Hiking, Cultural Sight Seeing Tour Of Dragon (Bike Race), Wangdue Tshechu, Thimphu Tshechu,Jambey Lhakang Tshechu, Black Necked Crane Festival

In Bhutan Becomes Very Cold But It Is Very Rare To Pile Snow In Towns. Beautiful Himalayan Mountain Ranges Covered By Snow Would Appear In The Clear Sky. Thick Jackets And Muffler And Gloves To Protect Yourself From Cold. Black Necked Cranes, Worldwide Protected Species, Fly From Tibet To Phobjikha And Bomdeling Valley To Spend Their Winter Season.

Bird Watching, Hiking, Cultural Sight Seeing Punakha Tshechu
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