Travel Bhutan in June
Travel Bhutan in June. The Kingdom of Bhutan is a landlocked nation nestled in the eastern Himalayas, bordering China to the north and India to the south. With a total area of 38,394Sq Km and areal distance of around 350Km from east to west and 150Km from north to South, Bhutan lies between 88 degrees 45′ and 92deree 10′ longitude east. It is a mountainous country except for s strip of plains in the south.
Bhutan Weather and Temperature in June
The climate varies widely depending on elevation. Southern bhutan is warmer compared to other parts of Bhutan. The central valleys, Punakha, Wangdue, Mongar, Trashigang, Trongsa, and Lhuntse have semi tropical climate with cool winters.
Weather and temperature are very favorable in Bhutan in the month of June.
Places to Visit Bhutan in June
Best Places to visit Bhutan in June is Paro, Thimphu, Wangdiphodrang and Bumthang. The places received very little rainfall compared to southern Bhutan.Most of the southern Bhutan experience heavy rainfall due to which visiting this places can be risky.
Paro: The broad Paro valley is the entry point for all visitors flying into Bhutan on the national carrier. This beautiful terraced valley is home to many of Bhutans oldest temples and Bhutans only airport. The national museam (ancient watch tower) is here and the popular Tiger Nest temple clings to a sheer cliff, which is 3000m above sea level and 900m above Paro valley.
Thimphu: Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan and it is the center of the Government. The broad Thimphu valley represents mostly the urban way of life. Just like any other place in Bhutan, this valley is clothed with beaitiful trees from valley to the hills tops and with beautiful buildings built and maintained with traditional Bhutanese Architect.
Wangdiphodrang: The district covers a very large area from the northern snow capped mountain to the cold damp glacial valley of Phobjikha to the warm breezy town of wangdi.
Monsoon Rain in June in Different Parts of Bhutan
Things to do in Bhutan in June
June is the start of the Monsoon season in Bhutan and outdoor activities can be restricted due to unpredictable weather conditions. You can always find things you can do in Bhutan apart from trekking and cultural sightseeing. Some of the picks our clients have loved to do in Bhutan.
Shopping: Bhutan has a small but vibrant cottage industry. Traditional craftsmen use simple tools to make a variety of crafts specially designed for use in Bhutanese homes rather than for sale in the tourist market although the concept of souvenirs is catching soon.
Textile: If you enjoy locals textile visit the craft bazar opposite Taj Tashi right in the heart of the capital city. The Countrys famouse high quality textiles made from the artof Bhutanese weaving mainly come from the eatern part of bhutan.
Bird Watching: Bhutan is increasingly being described as the birding capital of the World. Bhutan boasts about 800-900 species of birds which includes ducks, waders, birds of prey, thrushes, finches, and buntings. The country harbors more than 16 species of vulnerable birds.
Bhutan Tour Packages in June
June is the best month to explore the culture and tradition of Bhutan. Bhutan has a profound cultural diversity. With more than 80% of the country being Buddhist, the ways of the Buddhist practice have had a huge impact on the Bhutanese culture. The influence of Buddhism is very visible in the everyday life of the Bhutanese people. The country boasts thousands of monasteries and the landscape is dotted with stupas, prayer wheels, prayer flags, and many other insignias celebrating the Buddhist religion. The tour package contains visits to popular Buddhist sites, Local farm houses, temples, and museums.
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Bhutan Flights in June
Bhutan operates flights to Kolkatta, Singapore, Kathmandu, Delhi, Bangkok and Guwahati. June is lean season in Bhutan and getting flights to any one of the destination is easy.
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Hotels in Bhutan starts from Budget hotel to luxury 5 star Hotel.
Hotel in Paro
Hotel Naktsel Boutique Hotel & Spa located 30 minutes from Paro International airport is a community-developed and eco-friendly luxury retreat where the comforts of man and the presence of nature combine for a peaceful escape in the hills of Bhutan.
Hotel in Thimphu
Hotel Jumolhari. Hotel Jumolhari has been providing quality services to travelers and adventurers for 31 years. Established in 1984, the hotel has rooms ranging from the budget room to suit room having great views. Read the Reviews
Hotel in Punakha
Hotel Vara. You’ll be within 12 miles (20 km) of Punakha Dzong and 16 miles (25 km) of Chimi Lhakhang Temple. Stupa at Dochula is 23.9 mi (38.5 km). The hotel is perfectly located overlooking the lobesa valley. Read the Reviews
Hotel in Phobjikha
Hotel Dewachen. Encircled by pine forests in the hidden valley of Phobjikha – Gantey Gompa, home to the very rare Black Necked Cranes, the Dewachen Hotel features sixteen double rooms, modern bathroom fittings, heavenly bedding comforts, and a restaurant with a magnificent view and the finest cuisine prepared by a professional chef