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    Bhutan, the world’s happiest country, has effortlessly managed to become one of the most sought-after destinations around the world. Its sublime mountains, harmonious valleys, and rich culture and traditions have all made it worthy of calling it the Last Shangri-La.

    While March and April are the most popular time to visit the land of Thunder Dragon, September makes the best month to visit Bhutan. The weather during this month is warm, dry, and sunny. Festivities are in the air and rare flora and fauna are on display.

    And, if you are feeling the blues in September, Bhutan incontestably makes one of the best places to scare away your blues with wanderlust.

    Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Bhutan In September

    1. For the salubrious air and sunny skies

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    We cannot stress enough about the Bhutan weather in September which is just perfect for planning a vacation in the holy land. The skies are clearer than ever, the air more salubrious. There are no unseasonal rainfalls and just the right amount of nip in the air. If you are wondering what to wear in Bhutan in September, down jacket and woolen clothing are appropriate as the temperature in the night drops.

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    2. For the love of festivities and celebrations

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    The onset of September means festivities in Bhutan. Celebrate Thimphu Tsechu with the Bhutanese people and cleanse yourself of all the bad Karma. Watch the monks putting up great performances in colorful, traditional attires and masks in this 3-day event at Thimphu Tashichho Dzong. It is a spectacle you ought not to miss if you are in Bhutan in September.

    3. For welcoming the Black-necked Cranes in Phobjikha Valley

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    September in Bhutan means the return of the Black-necked cranes to the Phobjikha Valley in central Bhutan. Never have you ever seen a spectacular assembly of the migratory birds making it just the right time to visit Bhutan. Stay in the valley with local villagers to make the best of this one-of-its-kind experience.

    4. For the love of hiking

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    If you are an avid hiker and a nature September is the best month to visit Bhutan. Zuri Dzong trek in Paro Valley is a spot of tranquility, serenity, and outstanding backdrops. It is believed that Lord Buddha meditated for years in the cave of Dzong. Trashiyangtse is another trek which offers captivating views of Bhutan’s countryside.

    5. For perching on top of Tiger’s Nest

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    Why September is the best time for a Bhutan tour, especially Tiger’s Nest is because come winter, the temperature conditions will become harsh accompanied with offseason rainfalls making it difficult to reach the Tiger’s Nest. And, you absolutely cannot afford to miss the most iconic monastery in Bhutan for its majestic views and heavenly experience.

    6. For the thrill of driving to the highest pass in the country

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    Bhutan is also the land of mountain passes. Drive to the highest mountain pass Chele La in Bhutan in September because the views could not be more ‘High Definition’. Drive through the dense spruce and larch forests to arrive at a vantage point from where you can see the majestic Jhumohari, the most sacred peak of Bhutan.

    7. For the love of local beer of Bhutan

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    Need we say more? If you are a beer aficionado, you must try the locally-brewed beer, Red Panda, during your visit to Bhutan in September. It is one of the first established breweries in the country.

    Why should you hurry up?

    September is a peak season for Bhutan Tourism mainly because of the splendid weather and the festivities. It is advised that you plan a trip to Bhutan and make all the arrangements as soon as possible since the flights and hotels in Bhutan sell like hotcakes in this month.

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