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Bird Watching in Bhutan 11 days

 

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 found 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.

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 found 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.

Bird Watching Tour 

 

Day 01:     Flight from Kathmandu to Paro and Our representative will pick you up at Aitport.
Day 02:     Paro Sightseeing evening drive to Thimphu.
Day 03:     Thimphu sightseeing, overnight in Thimphu.
Day 04:     Morning weekend market, afternoon drive to Gangtey Gompa for the Black Necked Crane Festival. This will be a good opportunity to stop along the way for bird viewing.
Day 05:    Black Necked Crane Festival and visit to the crane sanctuary, overnight in Phobjikha.
Day 06:    Drive from Phobjikha to Tashithang stopping along the way for lunch and bird watching, overnight in Tashithang.
Day 07:    Hike to bird watching areas, (500-600 species recorded in Tashithang area).
Day 08:    Drive to Dochula Pass for birding Overnight camping in Dochula.
Day 09:    Drive from Dochula to Paro, overnight in Paro.
Day 10:    Paro sightseeing, hike to Taksang Monastery viewing area, overnight in Paro.
Day 11:    Morning flight from Paro to onward destination.

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