Nepal Bird Watching Tours
Nepal is indeed a paradise for birds with over 800 species recorded representing 10% of the world’s population in just a tiny fraction of the earth’s land mass. Just to list a few: eight species of stork, six species of pheasant, 17 species of cuckoo, 3 species of crow, cormorant, egret, black ibis, eagle, falcon, duck, chukar, partridge, sarus crane, lapwing pigeon, bengal green pigeon, dove, parakeet, koel cuckoo, owl, vulture, peafowl, red jungle fowl, swallow, black drong, blue jay, wood pecker, black-headed shrike, common myna, red-vented bulbul, paradise flycatcher, brahminy duck, house sparrow, red mania, and hawk. The opportunity to see these and other birds will make your trip a memorable and enjoyable one. These trips also provide panoramic mountain views, glimpses of wild animals and exposure to the local people’s culture and traditions.

The hills around the valley especially Nagarjun, Godavari and Phulchowki are popular birding areas and the Tauda lake on the way to Dakshinkali is fabulous for watching migratory water fowl during the winter months. In the higher Himalayan regions are found the raptors and birds of prey of which there are numerous species. The various national parks like Chitwan and Bardia harbor a wide variety of birds. But Koshi Tappu has better sightings of an incredible variety of both resident and migratory birds that come from as far away as Siberia. Nepal’s national bird is the Daphe or the Impeyen Pheasant which is found in the Himalayan region.

Koshi Tappu National Park Bird Watching Trip

• Chitwan National Park Bird Watching Trip

• Phulchowki Bird Watching Trip

Pokhara Bird Watching Trip

• Royal Bardia National Park Bird Watching Trip

Combined Bird Watching Trips

•Bird Withing Trip with Phulchowki, Koshi Tappu National Park, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Chitwan National Park Baridya National Park and Royal Shukla Panta Wild life Reserve,

Nepal Bird Watching Trip : A combined trip to Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Koshi Barrage, Chitwan National Park, Phulchowki plus an extension to Pokhara and Ghandruk