Bhutan is home to 616-recorded species of bird, and many more have yet to be discovered. Forests and other habitats sustain 84% of Bhutan’s breeding birds.It has harbours the rarest species of birds on Earth! For the serious watchers among you, we've come up with a full-fledged birdwatching expedition where you can camp in the forest, accompanied by a cook and staff throughout, and discover the main temples and highlights along the way. We can also provide you with an expert guide. Come along and discover a whole new world of winged creatures!
Day 1: The Alpine Meadow in Cheli La Pass Day 2: From the Mossy to the Lowland Forest Day 3: Birdwatching in Samdrup Jongkhar - Deothang Day 4: Birds on the Way to Trashigang Day 5: The Rich and Diverse Forest in Samdrup Jongkhar Day 6: Bird-spotting in Tingtibe Day 7: Jigme Dorji Wangchuk National Park Day 8: Phobjekha Valley Day 9: Through the Forest Valleys Day 10: Bhutan's Highest Peak Day 11: One of the Top Ten Birdwatching Spots Day 12: The High Flyers Day 13: Hike to the Cheri Monastery Day 14: Yongkala Excursion Day 15: Lush Forest Valleys Day 16: Excursion to the Taktshang Monastery Day 17: Bird-spotting en route to Bhutan Day 18: Log Jay Gay! Day 19: Birds in the Valley Day 20: The Pelela Pass Day 21: The Palace of Happiness
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