To travel or migrate SK Travel allows the traveler to get off the
beaten track and on to the amazing landscapes. About 72% of the
landscape in Bhutan is covered by think forests and we will lead you to
complete wilderness were you come across various vegetation zones. The
landscape consists of succession of lofty and rugged mountains and deep
valleys. Most of the forest is under protected areas and there are
forest official that looks after it. Through the forest you will see
wild life in its natural habitat.
When to Visit?
The favorable season to go for trekking in Bhutan is in spring (Late March, April and May) and autumn (Late September, October & November). Having said so, summer and winter have their own draws and attractions.
Spring takes place in March to May and for those nature lover who are interested on local flora should consider visiting during this place.
Spring comes autumn and it’s a perfect time to visit during this time. Usually the most popular times to visit with generally clear, mild weather, excellent scenery, lower rainfall and a range of festivals called Tshechus and Dromchoes. They are however the busiest months for tourist visitors and you can expect some congestion at major tourist sights.
If you like to avoid the higher tariff and the cold of winter, consider visiting Bhutan early-mid summer period June to July. During this time you may still experience heavy rain during afternoons, however to see Bhutan so green and full of clear streams and waterfalls is worth it. Summer often offers vibrant green foresting and flourishing paddy fields against a backdrop of the clear blue sky after the rain. While you may not experience grand Himalayan vistas at this time, you will enjoy the warmer weather and a noticeable reduction in tourist numbers. It is a best time to visit!
Winter (December, January & February) is sunny, cool and agreeable to say the least. Much of the east-west highway remains snowbound during winter. It is the best time to tour the western districts of Paro, Wangdue, Punakha, Thimphu and Haa. A great time for photography (Black_Necked Cranes) and valley hiking plus the opportunity for wonderful Himalayan vistas form the higher passes.