Bird Watching

Nepal, rich in biodiversity is sanctuary for more the than 867 bird species. As well as tiny country’s different places are also seasoned breeding center for other bird species where several bird species from across the globe arrive at different parts of Nepal for the purpose of breeding. Because of the diversity on vegetation and environment country unfurls throughout the year like tropical, sub-tropical, lower temperate, temperate, sub-alpine, alpine and arctic to make country Nepal famed as land of Himalayas hub for avid bird watchers and ornithologist of all corners of the world.

Quench the passion for bird watching engaging on the bird watching tour with natural experience along proper guidance and narration of the experienced ornithologist who would take you to the different places famed as paradise for birdwatchers as well as haven for plethora of bird species.

Phulchowki: Phulchowki; hill of flowers is paradise for the birdwatchers which is the shelter for the large quantity of bird species around 300 that includes rufous-gorgeted flycatcher, rufous bellied niltava, yellow browed tit, chestnut headed tessia, red billed leiothrix, whiskered yuhina, besra bronzed, racket tailed drongos and many more. Phulchowki forest extended up to Godavari on lower slopes from Phulchowki hill on upper slopes is renowned destination foe birdwatchers of across the globe because of its set record of being the perfect viewpoint where highest number of birds can be viewed on the single day.

Godavari: Godavari Botanical garden nestled on the base of the Phulchowki hill is prominent habitat for many bird species. Botanical garden boasting more than 500 species of plants harbors environment to make the garden as perfect sanctuary for about 100 bird species along seasoned migratory birds and hub for the avid bird watchers to encounter diverse birds.

Taudaha: Taudaha is taken as best destination for birdwatchers as placid water lake nestled on outskirts of Kathmandu valley is refuge place for migratory water birds. Though 40 species of birds are recorded here and the most common migrators that can be witnessed on this lake are lesser whistling duck, common coot falcated duck, mallard, spot billed duck, common teal, northern pintail, ruddy shelduck, red crested, ferruginous, steppe eagle to name the few.

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Packages for Bird Watching

Kathmandu Valley and Chitwan Bird Watching

USD 2099 13 Days
Nepal is a paradise for bird lovers with over 856 species (almost 10% of the world total) of birds. ...
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Birdwatching Tour - Kathmandu, Koshi Tappu and Chitwan

USD 1950 8 Days
Nepal is a paradise for bird lovers with over 856 species (almost 10% of the world total) of birds. ...
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Activity levels

  • Easy
    This trip generally involves an average of 4 – 5 hours slow but steady walk in a day. This rating is for less than 7 days walk below 3500 meters.
  • Moderate
    Moderate trekking involves 5 – 6 hours a day walking at a steady pace below 4000 meters for around 10 days trekking trip.
  • Demanding
    This trip grade involves trekking up to 7 hours a day below 5000 meters for the duration of 10 -15 days trip. Any reasonably active person should be able to manage these trips.
  • Strenuous
    Among the hardest treks in Nepal, but still these treks are in reach of most people however good physical fitness and endurance are required. These trips go above 5000 meters and for the duration of 15 – 20 days walking up to 8 / 9 hours in a day. They may also explore very remote regions where camping over multiple nights is required.
  • Challenging
    This grade includes climbing peaks and the demanding treks in remote areas. Participants having basic knowledge of use of crampons and ice axes are required. First-time climbers can undertake one of our one-day pre-trek ropes and climbing training days to obtain some initial skills and experience.
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