This is an extensive birding tour led by very experience birding local birding guide with over 7 years of experience and has guided some of the most known international birding customers.
The tour takes you to some remote and least explored areas in Bhutan including the Royal Manas National Park – the oldest protected area in Bhutan. The carefully preserved park is a sanctuary for some of the most beautiful and rare bird species in the region.
On this trip, you will see three different types of pheasants, hornbills, ward’s trogon, Ibisbill, black-necked cranes, yellow-rumped Honeyguide including the beautiful Nuthatch – one of the most sought-after specialties of the Bhutan avifauna. The trip assures a good chance of sighting over 300 species of birds. In addition to sighting your birds, you can also come across more than a dozen species of mammals such as three different species of Langurs – including the nearly endemic Golden Langur, which is fairly common in Manas, Himalayan Giant Squirrel, Yellow-throated Marten and Himalayan Goral.
Other highlights from this trip include a pleasant short hike to Bhutan’s most scenic icon and revered destinations – Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest). We will also take you to Punakha Dzong built in the valley of Punakha and a relaxing time at a typical Bhutanese farmhouse to experience the local hospitality.
After graduating from high school, Tshering Dorji traveled in and around Bhutan’ as far as the countries wideness go. Exploring and studying about birds in particular and Nature in general. For four and a half years’ Tshering was guided and trained by Mr. Norbu. As a young and enthusiastic birder, Tshering is now familiar with calls, behavior, distribution, and habitats of Bhutan birds. In the past few years, he has also.
From the 5 years Tshering has guided several casual, serious birding and wildlife photography tours very successfully with the positive feedback from all his clients.
Tshering has also represented the guide association of Bhutan (GAB) to make the presentation on the birds of Bhutan during the first meeting of the Citizen Birders of Bhutan.