Bhutan’s Tshechus, a variety of colourful festivals, are a great way to experience its culture and immerse in local life and traditions.
Bhutan experiences distinct seasons that offer varying experiences to travellers:
Spring | March to May
This season brings blooming rhododendrons and pleasant weather, making it an excellent time for trekking and sightseeing.
Summer Monsoon | June to August
Heavy rains bring out the lushness of the country’s natural landscape.
Autumn | September to November
A popular time to visit the country. The weather is generally clear, and you get to see the vibrant colours of the season.
Winter | December to February
The perfect season for those who enjoy snow, and want to experience Bhutan’s festivals.
The country’s history of various dynasties has left it dotted with monastery-fortresses, where you could have yourself a spiritual journey and experience the country’s unique blend of tradition and modernity.