With the largest area under forest cover and protected sanctuaries for its size and lauded with prestigious environmental conservation awards. Bhutan has a wealth of flora, fauna and avi fauna unrivalled in the Himalayas and has aptly been named a hotspot for ecological biodiversity.
Over the years, Bhutan is increasingly being described as the birding capital of the world owing to the diverse species ranging from ducks, waders, birds of prey, thrushes, finches, trogon, warblers, sunbirds, honey guides, monal pheasant and buntings. Bhutan is currently home to 770 birds and more than 50 species of migratory birds. The country harbors more than 16 species of vulnerable birds that are in danger of extinction.
The different variations of altitude, climatic zones, vegetation and topography within a small land mass like ours offers ample opportunities to see and admire ( and photograph) a wide range of species. Every year new species continues to be spotted to our delight. We have the requisite experience and expertise to take you to close to the many different kinds of birds and also help you fill up your check list. We offer trips of any duration and programs can be customized to suit your time in our part of the Himalayas.