Bhutan has fertile valleys that are surrounded by pristine snow peaks. For hundreds of years, Tibetan Buddhism has flourished amid these hills. The prime time to visit is in the spring or autumn
Bhutan and its People: After years of isolation, this kingdom is now welcoming the fortunate few. During your visit, you can you wake up and hear to the sound of monks chanting.
Moderate temperatures, with excellent views of the mountains make this an exceptionally fine time to visit the region. The summer monsoon months can be very wet. Winter can be quite pleasant at the lower altitudes; at higher altitudes passes can be restricted due to winter snows. While Bhutan is rapidly transitioning and changing, the accommodations in most areas are still basic.