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The Kingdom of Bhutan is located in the Himalayan region of South Asia and borders Tibet. Bhutan is known for its impressive Gross National Happiness Index and has the world\'s highest gross national product per capita. The capital, Thimpu, is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world and is home to the Royal Palace of Bhutan, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The land is covered in glacial lakes and gorges, while much of the country is covered in dense forests.
The climate in Bhutan is very different from what most people are used to. It is cold in winter and hot in summer, the climate is polar. Winter starts in October and lasts until March with temperatures between 10 and 20 degrees Fahrenheit. April brings warmer temperatures, but there are still icy days. May is cold with snowfall, but there are still warm days. June is still cold, but there are fewer snowy days. July is a little warmer, and there is still a lot of cold air. August is also slightly warmer, but still cold with little wind. September is milder as colder air migrates south; still cold, but not as cold as in August. There is still a lot of snow in October and November. December brings cooler temperatures as the polar night sets in again. Temperatures in Thimphu range from 30 to 50 degrees F during the summer months; at this time of the year it is slightly cooler here than in New York. During this period, it is still cool in the mornings, but during the daytime the temperature rises. There is almost no rain at this time of the year; instead, there are dust storms caused by wind-blown sand.
March brings cooler temperatures and little rain, but is still much warmer than February in New York. There is still plenty of sunshine at this time of the year; darkness does not set in until around 10:00 pm, making this month one of the sunniest months in Bhutan. In April, more precipitation falls, sometimes there are cyclones that raise more dust into the air. There is more rain in May, as well as cyclones that raise more dust into the air. In June, there is less rainfall and fewer cyclones, but there are still many dust storms. July has less rainfall and fewer dust storms than June, but this month also sees cooler temperatures than June at this time of year. August at this time of the year sees cooler temperatures than July, as well as less dust in the air and less rainfall than June. September at this time of the year has cooler temperatures than August, as well as less dust in the air and less rainfall than June. Winter begins in October and lasts until March; it is much colder here than in summer, with temperatures falling below freezing at night and staying below freezing during the day. Thimpu receives much less snow than other parts of Bhutan because its higher elevations do not receive as much cold air from Tibet as other parts of Bhutan do from India.
In fact, many people think that Thimpu has a milder climate than other parts of Bhutan because it is very different from other parts of Bhutan where the climate is similar to that of Thimpu. but it can also offer unique benefits to those who are willing to embrace them, especially those who are willing to embrace such a rugged landscape filled with natural beauty and opportunities for adventure.