Resting on the southern slopes of Himalayas, the landlocked nation of Bhutan shares a border with Tibet to the north and India to the west and south. The terrain of the country is mostly defined by its steep and high mountains, and large network of rivers that navigate through deep valleys. The altitude stretches from 200 meters in the southern foothills to over 7,000 meters in the mountains. All of this combines to create a rich depth of biodiversity and a fascinating ecosystem.
The climate of Bhutan is largely affected by its proximity to the Himalayas. It also varies with its elevation, being subtropical in the south, temperate in the highlands, and polar in the north.
Visit in the cooler months between October and December for ideal climbing conditions.
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