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Climate and weather in Bhutan

Bhutan is a small country. India to the south and China to the north encircle this region in the eastern Himalayas. India borders the eastern Himalayas to the south and China to the north. The Climate of Bhutan varies widely depending on the altitude and the location.
In general, Bhutan experiences four distinct seasons: winter (December to February), spring (March to May), summer (June to August), and autumn. The: Climate of Bhutan is generally excellent and temperate, with the temperatures varying depending on the altitude.
At a lower altitude, the southern part of Bhutan experiences a hot and humid subtropical climate. The range of temperatures in this area is 15°C to 30°C, with high levels of rainfall. At a higher altitude, the central part of Bhutan has a temperate climate, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 20°C. At a much higher altitude, the northern part of Bhutan has a subarctic climate, with temperatures often dropping below freezing.
Bhutan is also known for its monsoon season, which occurs from June to September, bringing heavy rainfall to the region. The western part of Bhutan receives more rain than the eastern part.
The weather in Bhutan can be unpredictable, and it is advisable to carry appropriate clothing depending on the altitude and the season. Bhutan's government has implemented policies to protect its environment, and the country is known for its commitment to preserving its forests and natural resources.

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