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Haa Valley Weather And Best Time To Visit Haa Valley
Anytime is good time in Bhutan, for even the snowy white gradients of the mountainsides appear beautiful during winter. Haa valley shows great weather, mixed with the climate of the Himalayas. The lower valleys have more sub tropical climate and as you move up the slopes, the climate shifts from temperate to then alpine that is more crisp and glacial. The best times to visit Haa Valley would be the seasons of spring and autumn. Read on to know the whys and wherefores.
Spring (March to May)
Haa Valley is one of the most exquisite, virgin lands of Bhutan and the season of spring, complete with lush green countrysides, wild flowers and birds twittering away from the treetops, will completely bowl you over with its allure. Take a trip to Haa Valley in spring season when the whole countryside bursts out in a myriad colours of nature.
Summer (June to September)
Summer finds itself a little on the low touristy period with a steamy heat and humidity accompanied by intermittent monsoon showers. In the lower valleys down South, there might be mudslides and slushy roads. If you travel to Haa valley in summer, don’t miss out on the quaint Haa summer festival. And the Blue Poppies… summer’s the time the Blue Poppies pop out all over the meadows of Haa Valley in their thousands.
Autumn (October to November)
Autumn is harvest time in Bhutan. It’s lovely to watch the people working in the fields under a clear, blue sky. The sights of the snow-capped mountain peaks that rise up over and around the valley on a crystal clear autumn day are a photographer’s dream. This is a good and cheap time to explore Bhutan.
Winter (December to February)
Winter is a good time to travel through the snow in Chele la Pass and particularly impressive is the sight of the wintery valleys of Paro and Haa from the upper reaches of the Pass. Haa Valley otherwise has a dry winter which is partly cloudy or sunny in turns. This is also a good time to visit if you can bear the cold and some snow while exploring.