Experience on a thrilling 16-day journey combining bird-watching and trekking in Nepal's most stunning locations.
Witness diverse bird species in Chitwan and Koshi Tappu reserves, and trek through the breathtaking trails of the Annapurna region. This adventure promises to satisfy nature enthusiasts and avid trekkers alike.
Discover the unique combination of bird-watching and trekking in our carefully designed 16-day itinerary. From exploring the wildlife reserves of Chitwan and Koshi Tappu, renowned for their diverse bird species, to trekking through the majestic trails of the Annapurna region, this tour encapsulates the best of Nepal's natural wonders.
This Nepal bird watching itinerary is designed for those who seek to combine their love for bird-watching with the thrill of trekking. The Chitwan and Koshi Tappu wildlife reserves are home to an impressive array of bird species, providing ample opportunities for bird-watching enthusiasts. Meanwhile, the trek through the Annapurna base camp trails offers a challenging and rewarding experience for trekkers, presenting awe-inspiring mountain views and a chance to spot high-altitude bird species.
With a seamless blend of bird-watching and trekking, this adventure offers an immersive experience in Nepal's rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to indulge both your passions - bird-watching and trekking, in one unforgettable journey.
Prime Bird Watching Destinations
Chitwan National Park
Known as the crown jewel of bird watching in Nepal, Chitwan National Park boasts a staggering 500+ species, including the elusive Bengal Florican, magnificent Great Hornbill, and critically endangered Slender-billed Babbler. The park's marshes, grasslands, and riverine forests present excellent birding opportunities.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
Nestled in the eastern Terai region, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is a renowned birding paradise. It is home to over 450 bird species, including the majestic Swamp Francolin, graceful Bengal Florican, and elegant Sarus Crane. The reserve's wetlands and river systems make it an ideal haven for waterbirds.
Annapurna Conservation Area
While famed for its trekking routes, the Annapurna Conservation Area also offers exceptional bird watching experiences. The region's diverse elevations provide habitat to an astonishing 478 species, featuring the vibrant Himalayan Monal, elusive Ibisbill, and striking Koklass Pheasant.