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Thanks to the moderate climate, Bhutan happens to be an all-year round destination which never faces the extremities of the weather such as a heatwave, floods, or heavy snowfall. As a result, a lot of tourists spread themselves out in between the spring (March and April) and the autumn season (October- November).

Therefore, the blossoming of flowers, change in winds, and slight fluctuation of temperature can be taken as an indicator of where and how traveling are visiting Bhutan.

Since most of Bhutan (expect a few places in the hilly North) have a subtropical climate, the temperatures in summers in Bhutan can go up to 25-30 degrees, which is still fairly comfortable for tourists to enjoy the bulk of sightseeing. The months of May to September are mostly a lean period for travelers going to Bhutan.

The winter months of December to February is when Bhutan receives the least number of tourists due to a significant drop in temperatures that takes the weather from mild to chilly. If travelers look on the flipside, winters can be a good time to avoid crowds and get low rates on accommodation in Bhutan