Weather in Bhutan
Bhutan experience four different seasons with its topography, from 150m above sea level in the south, to above 7500m in the Himalayas in the north and influences the differing in climate.
Seasons in Bhutan
Spring is a delight for the flower lovers, as rhododendrons, wild azaleas, and masses of wildflowers including the edelweiss cover the meadows like carpet. Pear and apple blossoms add a dainty touch to the valleys as their pink and white blooms add a sense of new wonder to the land that is about to burst with abundant growth again.
Summer is an abundant time of the year as flowers are in bloom and the valleys are covered in green, weeping willows sweep the banks of many of the rivers and the pine cones glisten in the sun, so full with resin they are ready to plummet to the ground.
Autumn brings a bright yellowish glow on the vast landscape and the rice fields ripen to a golden glow under clear blue skies. The merry blossoms dot the countryside.
Winter brings stunning views of Himalayas. The days are warm with sunshine while evenings can turn chilly. The winter brings sights to the Himalayas and the sweeping valleys. Mystical clouds wrapped over the mountains give the feelings of this magical kingdom.