Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery

Guru Padmasambhava, popularly known as Guru Rinpoche visited and sanctified Bhutan in the 8th century when evil spirits abounded and harmed people. More »

Punakha Dzong

The Punakha Dzong, also known as Pungtang Dechen Photrang Dzong (meaning \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"the palace of great happiness or bliss\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\".It Lies Between two river Banks of PHOCHU(male river) and MOCHU(female river)... More »

Chele La Pass

Chele La Pass is Located at 3810m (13,000ft), between the valley of Paro and Haa is Chele La, the highest road pass in the country More »




 Weather in Bhutan depends upon the altitude. In the northern parts of the country where mountains rise up to 7,000m, weather conditions are similar to arctic. Southern part the weather is hot and humid in the summer and cool in winter. Winters can be a good time to visit the lower parts, but then the highest areas are freezing. Bhutan has the four season.

  • Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November)

The best times to visit Bhutan are spring (March-May) and autumn (late September – November) when the weather is warm, dry and sunny.

The spring season (March to May) and autumn season ( September to November) are the most popular times to visit with generally clear, mild weather, excellent scenery, lower rainfall and a range of festivals in the country. However, these season are the busiest months for tourist visitors and you can expect some congestion at major tourist sights.

  • Summer (June to August)

The weather is sometime is misty and you may experience the monsoon heavy rainfall nevertheless you see the Bhutan so green and full of clear streams and waterfalls which can be of your visit.

  • Winter (December to February)

These season is majestic winter landscapes of the mountains and the valleys with snow in the higher regions and occasional snow in Thimphu. During day time, it remain most of time sunny and at night turn to quite chilly.

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