Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Bhutan. The flowers are in bloom, temperatures are pleasant and the views crystal clear and stunning, making it the perfect time for all outdoor activities and enjoying the vibrant festivals. Book early.
The winter months, felt most in the mountains, with clear skies and spectacular sceneries for those who don't mind the low temperatures. The valleys are still warm and sunny; crowds are thinner than peak season, but all activities and hotels are open for business, making it a great time for lower rates.
Temperatures tend to soar in May, heralding the monsoon months; low prices and fewer visitors still make it a viable time to visit. Rhododendrons are out in bloom, making it a great time for photographers. June August expect heavy rain, making trekking difficult. Perfect spa season and wonderful early morning views especially after night showers.
Performing at top-level efficiency throughout Bhutan for 25 years, these experts are masters of their misty mountain country, from every inch of its staggering forest cover, every specimen of its prolific wildlife, and every facet of its charmingly quaint culture. Led by a master of Himalayan tourism since the late-70s, they have served over 50,000 satisfied customers in their long, silver-jubilee journey. Find out first-hand, through these experts, why Bhutan is one of the happiest countries in the world.