Bird Watching In Bhutan

home  |  sitemap  |  contact  |    faq


Culture Tour

Bird Watching

Places To See




Bhutan Cultural Tour

Glimpses Of Bhutan

Mysteries Kingdom

West- East Traverse

Western Cultural Tour


Clients Referencess

This trek was one of the best experiences of my life. I found it quite a challenge but it felt like such anaccomplishment to reach the destinations
to reach the destinations



Everest Kalapathar Trek
With eight of the worlds ten highest peaks, Nepal is loaded with spectacular mountains vistas

Annapurna Circuit Trek
The classic Annapurna Circuit trek first became accessible to the world of adventure travelers as

Gosaikunda Trek
Gosainkunda lake is the holy lakes for Hindus, Gosainkunda (4,380), where pilgrims



Bhutan 's extensive bird list reflects the kingdom's wide range of agro-ecological environments, from subtropical to alpine. Currently 675 species have been recorded in Bhutan . Most widely known are the Black Neck Cranes, a rare and endangered crane. In Bhutan , the Black Neck Crane holds a special place in folklore and Bhutanese hearts. To injure a Black Neck Crane in Bhutan is go to prison for life.

Hundreds flock to the Phobjikha Valley , a glacial valley in a remote area with no electrical power. Here the Black Neck Cranes are conservatory protected and can be viewed. There are many legends and myths about this bird. The Bhutanese call it Thrung Throng. Black Neck Crane Dancers honor the bird with a festival dance. Other migratory birds as the Pailas' fish eagle, which is considered rare, migrates through Bhutan between Tibet and northern India . This bird is often seen near Wangdi near spring. Often it will be spotted with Ospreys and Pied Avocet. Wintertime brings numerous species down to lower altitudes, including accentors, rose finches, grosbeaks, snow pigeons and pheasants such as the satyrtragopan, the Himalayan monal and the blood pheasant.


Itinerary In Details

Day 01 : Arrive Paro, drive to Paro.

Day 02 : Drive to Thimphu , capitol of Bhutan , birding

Day 03 : A drive into the country a full day birding, return to Thimphu

Day 04 : Drive to Dochula Pass (10,500 ft.)

Day 05 : Today we drive to Punakha.

Day 06 : Entire day bird watching in Tashithang Valley

Day 07 : Depart Tashithang for Wangdue Pelela Pass.

Day 08 : Drive from Trongsa to Kuengarabten.

Day 09 : Depart Bumthang, for Gayzamchu

Day 10 : Leave Gayzamchu for Sengor crossing Thumshingla pass

Day 11 : Continuing on to Thrumshingla

Day 12 : Lingmithang Birdwatching Full Day.

Day 13 : Begin drive back to west. Photos stops.

Day 14 : Continue our drive back toward the west

Day 15 : Depart for airport and your return home.

Price : Contact Us


For Booking & Further Information Click Here.


2018©.All rights reserved.

Home   |   News   |   Inquiry   |   Company Info   |   Company Policy   |   Contact

Site last updated on : Nov 26, 2018