Bhutan at a glance

The Kingdom of Bhutan which is also called Drukyul – meaning, the Land of the Thunder Dragon; is one of the few unexplored tourist destinations in the world. This country has been declared as Global Hot-Spot by UN org – World Wildlife Fund because of its pristine environment and varied rich biodiversity existence.
Land area: 38,394 Square Kilometers
Forest area: 72%
Altitude: between 240m and 7541m
Inhabitants: 799,536
Language: Official language – Dzongkha. English is also widely used in all schools and institutions
Religion: Vajrayana sect of Mahayana Buddhism
Currency: Ngultrum (at par with INR)
Capital: Thimphu
Average Temperature (in Celsius)
 
Places
January
April
July
October
Paro
-5.8 to 9.4
4.6 to 17.6
14.9 to 26.8
7.4 to 18.7
Thimphu
-2.6 to 12.3
7.1 to 20.0
13.4 to 28.9
10.4 to 28.9
Punakha
4.2 to 16.1
11.9 to 24.4
21.6 to 32
18.9 to 27.8
Wangduephodrang
4.3 to 17.0
12.9 to 26.2
16.2 to 28.4
14.7 to 26.1
Trongsa
-0.2 to 13.0
6.6 to 20.1
15.3 to 25.3
11.7 to 28.8
Bumthang
-5.1 to 10.8
3.9 yo 87.7
10.9 to 24.1
5.9 to 19.5
Mongar
8.2 to 15.5
14.0 to 22.8
15.8 to 26.1
15.8 to 22.7
Trashigang
10.5 to 20.4
17.0 to 28.3
23.1 to 31.5
17.7 to 29.1