Visit Bhutan 2017

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Climate

Seasons – When to Go

Bhutan has four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. The climate varies from place to place with an altitude of 150 m (492 ft) to 7,570 m (24,830 ft), which is suitable for everyone from the hot sub-tropical climate in the south, temperate in the central and eastern regions and cold alpine slopes or peaks in the north.

Spring (March to May) is the season for a botanist delight for rhododendrons, magnolias, wild azaleas and abundance of other wild flowers and chirping birds with a warm and visible sky. Spring is also the time of the magnificent Paro Tshechu (festival).

Summer (June to August) is the monsoon season with lush green valleys, weeping willows, glistening pine cones and wild orchids in blossom. The weather is sometimes misty.

Autumn (September to November) is the peak tourist season with a clear blue sky, magnificient views of the high mountain peaks, merry pink & white cosmos, rice fields ripen to golden brown and drying of chillies on the roofs of houses. Autumn is also the time of the popular Thimphu Tshechu.

Winter (December to February) is the season for majestic winter landscapes of the mountains and the valleys with snow in the higher regions and occasional snow in Thimphu; full of sunshine during the day while evening and night can turn quite chilly.

Temperature Chart of Bhutan

Average Temperatures in Degree Celsius (High/Low)
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Paro 9.4/ -5.8 13.4/ 1.5 14.5/ 0.6 17.6/ 4.6 23.5/ 10.6 25.4/ 13.1 26.8/ 14.9 25.3/ 14.7 23.4/ 11.7 18.7/ 7.4 13.9/ 1.4 11.2/ -1.7
Thimphu12.3/ -2.614.4/ 0.616.4/ 3.920.0/ 7.122.5/ 13.124.4/ 15.218.9/ 13.425.0/ 15.823.1/ 15.021.9/ 10.417.9/ 5.014.5/ -1.1
Punakha16.1/ 4.219.6/ 5.321.2/ 9.224.4/ 11.927.2/ 14.831.2/ 19.532.0/ 21.631.4/ 19.829.9/ 20.027.8/ 18.922.3/ 13.015.0/ 7.9
Wangdue17.0/ 4.319.0/ 7.822.8/ 10.426.2/ 12.929.1/ 17.729.2/ 20.118.4/ 16.229.1/ 20.027.5/ 19.126.1/ 14.722.6/ 9.619.1/ 6.3
Trongsa13.0/ -0.213.9/ 0.416.7/ 4.420.1/ 6.621.0/ 11.622.2/ 13.625.3/ 15.323.8/ 15.022.6/ 14.221.8/ 11.719.8/ 6.418.2/ 2.5
Bumthang10.8/ -5.110.0/ -1.416.2/ 3.518.7/ 3.921.3/ 9.522.5/ 13.514.1/ 10.923.0/ 13.721.6/ 12.119.5/ 5.916.1/ -0.512.3/ -2.3
Mongar15.5/ 8.215.9/ 8.320.0/ 11.622.8/ 14.025.1/ 17.426.1/ 19.516.1/ 15.825.4/ 19.624.7/ 19.422.7/ 15.819.9/ 11.215.7/ 9.5
Trashigang20.4/ 10.521.7/ 11.524.8/ 14.428.3/ 17.030.0/ 20.630.7/ 22.631.5/ 23.130.2/ 22.730.0/ 23.929.1/ 17.726.1/ 13.623.0/ 11.6