This 16-days bird watching tour will take you on an exciting journey covering about nine different districts in Bhutan. These districts are home to some of the rarest birds in the world thriving in the most diverse, rich and least explored forest ranging in elevation from 150m up to 3890m
Each day you will travel to a new place that will offer spectacular views, different weather conditions, different vegetation, and wildlife but most of all a rare bird each day.
On this tour, you will likely see two species of Hornbills, Great and Rufous-necked Hornbill, some of the other specialty included rare and most sought-after species like Ward’ Trogon, Himalayan Monal, Blood Pheasant, Satyr Tragopan, Ibisbill, Yellow-rumped Honeyguide, these birds are some of the rarest and endemic to the Eastern Himalayan. All in all, we will show you 250 – 270 birds and 10 – 15 species of mammals in 16 days. Other highlights include the visit to some of the beautiful ancient fortresses and the temples.
Meet by our representative. Transfer to the hotel. Afternoon visits the historic Paro Rimpung Dzong (fortress) and the late afternoon birding along the Paro Chu (River): (Overnight: Paro)
After graduating from high school, Tshering Dorji traveled in and around Bhutan as far as the countries wideness go. Exploring and studying 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. From the past many years Tshering has been guiding both private and group tours independently. he also started leading groups for our oversea counterpart.
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 back in 2017. Among the many presenters during the event, his presentation was very well received by many audiences including the minister of agriculture and forestry.
|Date||3 or More People||Les than 3 People|
|10th May to 25th May 2021||$3,850|