Overview of Bhutan Weather

Bhutan is a landlocked country in the eastern Himalayas. It is bordered by Tibet Autonomous Region to the north, India to the south, and Myanmar to the west. Bhutan has a varied climate, depending on the altitude of the region. The climate ranges from subtropical in the south to temperate in the center, and cold in the north.

The lower regions of Bhutan experience warm weather conditions with high humidity. The central regions are cooler and the northern regions are cold. The best time to visit Bhutan is from October to early December, and from March to May.

Bhutan experiences five seasons: spring, summer, autumn, winter, and monsoon. Spring is from March to May, summer is from June to August, autumn is from September to November, winter is from December to February, and monsoon is from June to September.

The spring season is the most popular time to visit Bhutan. The weather is mild and the flowers are in bloom. Summer is the rainy season in Bhutan. The monsoon brings heavy rains and strong winds. Autumn is the second most popular time to visit Bhutan. The weather is cool and the skies are clear. Winter is the least popular time to visit Bhutan. The temperatures can drop below freezing, and the roads can be icy.