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Bird Watching in Nepal
Apart from the scenic beauty, there are more than 850 types of birds in Nepal that they cannot stand luring the travelers. Many people, especially the bird lovers and visitors from the different parts of world come in Nepal to watch the birds.
Apart from the scenic beauty, there are more than 850 types of birds in Nepal that they cannot stand luring the travelers. Many people, especially the bird lovers and visitors from the different parts of world come in Nepal to watch the birds. So, bird watching in Nepal is nearly as famous as trekking and other tours into the natural beauty of National Parks and wildlife tenancy. It is famous recreational packaging tour into the natural habitation of various species of birds and animals.
Since Nepal itself is the natural home for various species of birds, particularly in the wetlands, tropical as well subtropical forests, the echo of their enchanting sounds make us feel pleased. The national parks and wildlife reserve like Chitwan National Park, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and so forth are the famous for the bird watching places in Nepal around the world.Most importantly, within the Kathmandu valley, the most famous bird watching is Phulchoki hill, the highest peak on the valley rim. Similarly, the Shivapuri Wildlife Reserve and Watershed, the banks of the Manohara river, Chobar and the wetlands like Taudaha, a lake near the Chovar , fascinates a number of flocks of migrant birds. Apart from this, the swamps and open fields are the appropriate places for the diverse species of birds inside the Kathmandu valley.
Nepal Royalsystematizes the bird watching tour in Nepal with the best premeditated itinerary package for you. Bird watching tour in Nepal explores the entireTerai to hilly as well as mountains regions. Nepal Royal arranges the Bird watching trip in Nepal where you will see the different type of the birds including phesant (Dhape), the national bird of Nepal. Actually, Nepal is blessed with a diverse topography and whether or climate that have been resulted as a home to more than 8% of the world’s total number of birds. Hence, Nepal is the heaven for the bird lovers.