dddBhutan travel tours are for those seeking to experience a brand new culture as opposed to baking in the warm sunshine. The south of Bhutan has a tropical climate, so it does cater to sun worshippers to a degree, but it is a country all about sightseeing, exploring and trekking. There is a multitude of sunny locations dotted around the world that offer a ‘canned holiday’. Bhutan is the polar opposite of this because it is a nation of real substance, especially spiritually. This is seen by the huge amount of Buddhist temples located all over the countryside, even in mountainous locations where you wouldn’t expect anyone to live.

Bhutan cultural tour can be a great escape from your mundane and monotonous life in a big way. All you have to do is to make your plan to visit the gorgeous scenic beauty of Bhutan which will help you to free your mind of all the clutter.

When booking Bhutan travel tours, be aware that rainfall in the country varies hugely depending on where you are staying. For example, the Himalayan regions are the driest with less than 50cm of rain a year while the central valleys have less than 100cm a year. In contrast, the southern border area can have up to 5 meters of rain per annum, mainly because of its tropical climate and the accompanying monsoon season. This occurs from June to August and accounts for a large proportion of Bhutan’s rainfall. September to November is the most popular time of year for tourism because the climate is mild, the skies are clear, and the sublime mountain view stands out above all else.

While it is tempting just to book Bhutan travels tours in autumn to coincide with the good weather and popular festivals, you need to take into account the fact that this is the most expensive time of the year to visit Bhutan. The popularity of the huge tsechus at Paro and Thimphu has led to overcrowding in recent years, and it can also be difficult to book a flight. It is much better practice to take a look at some of the other outstanding Bhutan festivals that take place during the year and plan your trip around them. You will have a greater choice of flights and accommodation while also experiencing a more intimate and rewarding festival.

At some point in the future, Bhutan tours will reach a level of popularity that will cause the busy season to extend by many months. Before this happens, you need to engage in some sensible holiday planning to get the very best out of Bhutan and its many wonders.

Here is an incredible guide on planning your first visit to Bhutan land of cultures.

Start with a plan

Bhutan is a travel destination which attracts many tourists from all over the world. You need to watch for the peak periods like March, April, October, and November. If you are planning to visit the country during these months, make sure you have bookings for hotel and flight, three months in advance. Another important decision to make is the season when you will visit. For trekking months of April, May, September and October are the best. Monsoon in the region starts from July and remains until August. However, there are no great rainfalls reported.

When to visit

Numerous festivals are going on in the region all round the year. You can enjoy many cultural fests here. However, we advise you to go through the Bhutan festival guide to know which festivals are best to be experienced. There are many natural sights to be visited in the nation, but most probably you need a guide for such an expedition.

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