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According to shoppingpicks, Bhutan is a small landlocked country located in the Eastern Himalayas and enjoys a temperate climate throughout the year. The country has four distinct seasons: winter, spring, summer, and autumn. Winter in Bhutan runs from December to February and is characterized by cold temperatures with highs ranging from 10-20°C (50-68°F) during the day and 4-14°C (39-57°F) at night. Snowfall is common in some parts of the country during this time of year. Spring begins in March and brings warmer temperatures with highs ranging from 16–26 °C (61–79 °F) during the day and 9–19 °C (48–66 °F) at night. Rainfall becomes more frequent throughout this month, although it usually remains light. Summer runs from May through August and is characterized by hot temperatures with highs ranging from 20–30 °C (68–86 °F) during the day and 13–23 °C (55–73 °F) at night. Rainfall remains frequent throughout this period but usually not as intense as in spring or autumn. Autumn marks a transition back to cooler weather with highs ranging from 15 -25˚ C(59 – 77˚ F )during the day and 8 -18˚ C(46 – 64˚ F )at night. Rainfall becomes more frequent throughout this month, often accompanied by thunderstorms. November marks a transition back to colder weather with highs ranging from 9 -19˚ C(48 – 66˚ F )during the day and 3 -13˚ C(37 – 55˚ F )at night. Rainfall remains frequent throughout this month but usually much less intense than before. Bhutan has three climate zones. In the north, which borders China and is located in the Himalayas, there is a high mountain climate. It is dry and of course cold. In the Himalayan valleys the climate is temperate. Summers are warm and winters mild. The monsoon period runs from June to October. In the south the climate is subtropical. The rainy season is intense here. It can get quite noisy, especially at night. March and April are the best months to visit the country. Late autumn, after the rainy season, is also a good time to travel. Check a2zgov for Bhutan government and politics.

Bhutan Geography and Population

Bhutan (Geography) Bhutan is a mountainous country; it stretches from the southern lowlands, the so-called duars in the Brahmaputra Valley, to the over 7000 m high mountain peaks on the border with Tibet. Bhutan is sparsely populated. For centuries, the country chose to live in the isolation that the rugged terrain naturally invites. It was… Read More »

Bhutan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Bhutan is one of the smallest economies. Bhutan’s economy is in many ways self-sufficient, depending heavily on India, development aid and loans. In addition, it was significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic in 2021. In the past fiscal year, GDP… Read More »

Bhutan Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Bhutan 2.5 months before traveling to Bhutan, you must send a request to enter the country to the Department of Tourism of Bhutan. The request is transmitted only through an accredited travel agency. Consideration of the request takes about 10 days. After 10 days, you need to obtain a… Read More »

History in Bhutan

Almost no information has been preserved about the ancient history of Bhutan. It is known that in the 6th century BC. in the territory now occupied by Bhutan, there were several small states. Buddhism entered Bhutan in the 2nd century CE. In the middle of the 7th century Buddhism was declared the official religion of… Read More »

About Bhutan

More recently, Bhutan has become accessible to tourists. Until that time, few people knew about him as a country suitable for tourism. Lying in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan seems to have fallen behind the flow of time. Only since the 70s, the country began to gain popularity, and today it is the… Read More »

Bhutan State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Thimphu STATE STRUCTURE A constitutional monarchy INTERNAL DIVISION The state is divided into four dzongdey, which include 20 dzongkhags SQUARE 38,394 km² CLIMATE Monsoon OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Dzong-ke CURRENCY Ngultrum POPULATION OK. 800 thousand NATIONAL COMPOSITION Bhotia – 50%, ethnic Nepalese – 35%, local or nomadic tribes (Drokpa, Kheng, Matpa, etc.) – 15%… Read More »