Climate: ( general )Days are normally warm. Nights can at times be very cool, and winter even below freezing. Monsoon showers occur in summer (Heaviest in July and August), and sometimes even in spring and autumn. The most visited months are March, April, May, September October and November. During these months you may expect mostly warm sunny days and cool/cold nights. Whereas rain or snow is not usual at these times, it is a possibility.
What to Bring: Personal clothing: Strong, normal clothing ( According to the season), preferably cotton for summer and woolen clothing for evening and winter. For Trekking strong comfortable trekking boots, warm socks, sunglasses, headgear, raincoat, and warm clothing, including a down Jacket for higher altitude treks and for the evenings. A sleeping bag is a most; medium too heavy is advised. ( Note: for trekking, a load of 25 kg is allowed)
A sense of Adventure:
Prices are established by the Royal Government of Bhutan.
The Royal Government’s policy is to preserve its culture and traditional values. One of the main methods of
Achieving this is your cooperation. You are required not to buy antiques.
Royal Government of Bhutan allows no more than 4000 tourists world wide to enter Bhutan.
Bhutanese people are friendly and welcoming to visitors. They generally enjoy you taking their photo.
Dzongkha is official language of Bhutan, but English is widely spoken.
The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is fast emerging from centuries of self imposed isolation. First opened to tourists in 1974 in very regulated manner upon the coronation of present Bhutanese King, this mountain kingdom is still perhaps the world’s most exclusive tourists destination.