Bird Watching in Nepal takes your experience with nature to a whole new level. The country is incredibly gifted in terms of Biodiversity, especially the KoshiTappu Wildlife Reserve in the eastern Terai when it comes to bird watching. There are whopping 850 species of birds found in Nepal, and an astonishingly large number of these species are found in and around the Kathmandu Valley. The majestic hills surrounding the valley like Godavari, Nagarjun, Phulchowki and serene places like Taudaha are some fabulous places to watch and observe migratory birds during the winter months.
Various national parks like Chitwan, Bardiya, and Khaptad house and harbor a great number of exotic birds and also offers exclusive bird-watching packages. However, KoshiTappu takes the prize home for its staggering numbers of both inhabitant and migratory birds that come from as far as Siberia. You can also witness rare and endangered high elevation birds in Himalayan regions like Sagarmatha National Park. The country’s national bird – Lophophorous – is found in high hills and Himalayans of Nepal alongside wild pheasants, snow partridge, Tibetan snowcock, and Grey francolin. A refreshing bird watching trip accompanied by an experienced naturalist with enhancing your whole nature experience by many folds!