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Bird Watching Tour in Bhutan

Bird Watching BhutanBhutan to exclusively specialize in birding tours. Whether you are an ornithologist, a naturalist, a casual birder, or a bird photographer, Bhutan Adenture Silk Road has the ability to cater to all your birding interests. Bring your binoculars and let Adenture Silk Road organize your bird watching tours to the Kingdom of Bhutan - where the White-bellied Heron feeds by the Pho-chu river; where the Black-necked Cranes spend their winters in the high mountain valleys scattered throughout central and eastern Bhutan, and where the Beautiful Nuthatch hides in the tall forest cover. With a high concentration of bird species in a relatively small country, the vibrant sounds and colours will dazzle Bhutan Bird Watching Touryour senses.

All our scheduled trips are exclusively designed to maximize the number of bird sightings during your trip. Our experienced guides, small groups, strategically located private lodges (to be constructed soon), and our Bhutanese charm will leave you longing to return to Bhutan again and again. Join a group or, if you are looking for an even more intimate holiday, ask for our private trips which will be designed and conducted specifically to cater to your individual desire.

Nestling in the eastern Himalaya, the kingdom of Bhutan is a land locked country with an approximate area of 47000 square kilometers. Its unique location along with altitude and climatic variations attribute to the tremendous diversity of flora/fauna to be Bird Watching Bhutanfound within its boundaries. Within its physical and biological diversities and with over 70% forest cover, Bhutan has some of the best remaining representative samples of the unique Himalayan eco- system.

The vegetation varies dramatically over short distance, ranging from tropical broadleaf to temperate conifer forests, to alpine shrubs and meadows. In addition, a rich assortment of medicinal herbs dot all over the country as do over 600 species of rhododendron. These forests provide habitats for a variety of faunal species such as tigers, elephants, greater one horned rhinoceros, golden langur, blue sheep, musk deer, wolves, leopards, takins and a host of other creatures, many of which are listed as threatened or endangered.

For more details information about Bhutan Bird Watching tour itinerary please visit bellow readymade itinerary and if you are looking different itinerary please Contact Us

Bhutan Birding AdventureBhutan has a total land area of 46,500 square kilometers and an impressive diversity of plant, animal and bird species. The country’s rich biological diversity is the result of its unique geographical location in the eastern Himalayas, within an area that extends through both the Indo-Malayan (oriental) and thee Palearctic bio-geographic regions; its annual rainfall, which is significantly higher than in the western Himalayas; and its considerable  Read More »

Birds of Himalaya Bhutan TourBhutan 's extensive bird list reflects the kingdom's wide range of agro-ecological environments, from subtropical to alpine. Currently 675 species have been recorded in Bhutan . Most widely known are the Black Neck Cranes, a rare and endangered crane. In Bhutan , the Black Neck Crane holds a special place in folklore and Bhutanese hearts. To injure a Black Neck Crane in Bhutan is go to prison for life. Hundreds flock to the   Read More »

Himalayan Bird Watching Tour BhutanWhile most of Asia 's bird habitats (forests) are being and have been decimated, Bhutan is a very special because of its lack of deforestation and the government's commitment to preserve wildlife. Few developing countries have the cultural and environmental interconnectedness that Bhutan has always promoted. 60 percent of Bhutan is now forested and, by law, will remain forested. Bhutan has the highest percentage  Read More »

Bhutan Bird Watching TourBhutan has been considered one of the world’s ten global biodiversity hotspots. A country that harbors the Buddhist way of life, with a deep sense of reverence for nature, has added to its preservation. As a result with constant effort from the Government and the people has resulted in the kingdom being a huge Natural Reserve in itself. With 75% of the land under forest cover, the Royal Government of Bhutan’s commitment to both  Read More »
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