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Bhutan has four distinct seasons and each season has its own speciality in terms of festivities and happenings all over the country. Bhutan is an year-round destination, though few clients like to book the trip as per their choice of seasonal preference.
1. Spring (March, April and May)
Spring is a Botanist’s delight, with many flowers bloom and plants start budding after the prolonged winter dormancy. The flowers like as Rhododendron, wild Azaleas, Edelweiss, Magnolia, Orchids, Blue Poppies (national flower), Gentian etc make the landscape, like the wonderland of world renown English Poet – William Wordsworth.
2. Summer (June, July and August)
This is the greenery season full of greens all over with pine, while meandering through the valleys. The precipitation during these months, creates some of the most stunning and dramatic landscapes, accompanied by lush green meadows, low cloud cover and narrow unfolding valleys.
3. Autumn (September, October and November)
This is the season, where the entire landscape turns into golden panoramic land features . The farmers harvest the rice from the terraces and the weather has clear blue sky and cherish the seasonal harvest by the farmers in the crop fields.
4. Winter (December, January and February)
Winter has its own moments. The days are shorter but sunny most of the time and nights can be cold and chilly. The soft turfs of clouds, drape over mountain tops. The winter season is the time, when without an overcast, one can see, all the Himalayan peaks of Bhutan, including some perineal glacier mountains too.
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