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Birding Tour Bhutan: Spring in the Eastern Himalayas 2018



Bhutan, known as the land of the Thunder Dragon, is a quaint, quiet, and scenically spectacular country with a strong conservation ethic rooted in ancient Buddhist traditions. Vast areas of unspoiled forest still cover the Himalayan foothills, that spread over much of the country. During this Birding Tour Bhutan adventure we expect to find most of Bhutan’s fabled Eastern Himalayan species such as Beautiful Nuthatch (and other nuthatches), Ward’s Trogon, the unbelievable Fire-tailed Myzornis, Rufous-necked Hornbill, Yellow-rumped Honeyguide, Ibisbill, and of course Satyr Tragopan, Himalayan Monal, and other vivid pheasants. Other highlights include Wallcreeper, spectacular sunbirds, five species of parrotbills, up to ten species of laughingthrushes, striking and gorgeous forktails along the fast-flowing rivers, in addition to a plethora of other tantalizing jewels.

This Birding Tour Bhutan adventure can be combined with our Birding Tour India: Bhutan Extension – Assam April 2018 tour (13 – 20 April 2018). We look forward to welcoming you to Birding Tour Bhutan.

Duration: 20 days

Limit (Group Size): 4 - 8

Date Start: March 25, 2018

Date End: April 13, 2018

Tour Start: Paro, Bhutan

Tour End: Guwahati, India

 


Price: US$8100 per person sharing (These are 2017 prices; 2018 prices are expected to be 5 - 10% higher.)

Single Supplement: US$1171

Price includes:

Accommodation
Accommodation
All meals
International guide

Price excludes:
International flights
Alcoholic beverages
Personal insurance
Gratuities
Laundry service
Personal expenses such as gifts

 

 

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We spent three weeks with Andy in Thailand and enjoyed the trip thoroughly. Andy worked so hard to find the birds, and get us on them.  He was very patient and took the time we needed. He knew all the best places to go, knew what birds would be expected, identified them in an instant  and still managed to find some pretty good rarities along with the “known birds”, Himalayan Cutia anyone? And we spent literally hours getting great looks at Spoon-billed Sandpiper.  Andy got us very close without disturbing the birds or any other birders.  It was a highlight of the trip.  We are hoping to see Andy in York later this year for a days birding on his home patch! Bob and Terrie, Idaho USA

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