Join us on a thrilling 14-day bird-watching expedition that spans across nine distinct districts in Bhutan. These regions are teeming with some of the world’s rarest avian species, thriving in diverse and unexplored forests ranging from 150m to 3890m in elevation.
Every day, you’ll journey to a new destination, offering breathtaking views, unique weather conditions, varied vegetation, wildlife, and, most importantly, a rare bird sighting.
Expect to spot two hornbill species – the Great and Rufous-necked Hornbill – and a host of other sought-after rarities such as the Ward’s Trogon, Himalayan Monal, Blood Pheasant, Satyr Tragopan, Ibisbill, and Yellow-rumped Honeyguide. These birds are among the most elusive and endemic to the Eastern Himalayas. You’ll witness a total of 250-270 bird species and 10-15 mammal species in just 14 days. In addition, you’ll get the chance to visit stunning ancient temples and fortresses along the way.