Here is the guide to visit Bhutan according to the seasonal attractions:
High Season or Peak Season of Visiting Bhutan:
(March, April, May, September, October and November)
Off or Low Season of Visiting Bhutan:
(June, July, August, December, January and February)
- Spring Season (March, April and May):
The spring season in Bhutan is considered to be the most beautiful time of the year, when the country is ablaze with a spectacular array of bright colors. This is believed to be the right time when the valleys will appear in an exotic and fresh green color, experience fresh vegetation and blossoming fruit trees. In the spring season, people of Bhutan or the locals are naturally found to be mirthful and indulge in celebrations. Visiting Bhutan at this time will help you witness the famous Paro Tsechu Festival.
- Autumn Season (September, October and November):
You will experience lovely, clear and crisp blue skies and enjoy a grand view of some of the tallest mountains in the world, by visiting Bhutan in autumn. The autumn season is considered to be the best time to enjoy an exhilarating trekking and wonderful travelling in Bhutan that will offer you some lovely photography opportunities.
- Monsoon in Bhutan (June, July and August):
It is true that during this time of the year, Bhutan receives more rainfall, which offers a glorious sapphire sky and a warm weather that makes it pleasant for your tour experience. You will simply love to enjoy a cup of warm and aromatic tea while watching the rainfall with your beloved from your hotel window.
- Winter Season (December, January and February):
The winters in Bhutan are found to be sunny and cool, which makes it the best time to visit some of the most famous destinations in the west of Bhutan like Paro, Wangdue, Thimpu, Punakha and Haa. When visiting Bhutan during the winter, do not miss out to explore the beautiful Gangtey (Phobjikha) Valley to see the graceful Black-Necked Cranes. (Remember that during the winter season the east-west highway remains snowbound often)