Birding Trail of North East India
Birding Trail of North East India

Important Information

Tour Dates November (15th-26th), 2020
Tour Price (Per Person)
Tour Category Birding Tour
Single Supplement
Spaces Available 10

Description

Sitting at the pinnacle of nature's bounty, the Northeastern region of India is the most unexplored territory on this planet. Offering a diverse variety of landscapes and forests, the place is a haven to many gorgeous species rarely seen in other parts of the world. Less human intervention is one major reason why the area has become a hotspot for wilderness exploration. It is in this region people got the opportunity to explore Bugun Liocichla, the newest winged species of 21st century that added another feather to India's list of birdlife. While the thick foliage of broadleaf forests and large canopies of coniferous trees provide a conducive atmosphere for critically endangered White-winged duck, Ward's trogon, Ibisbill, Beautiful Nuthatch, Red-headed trogon, red-faced Liocichla, Slender-billed Scimitar babbler, Blyth’s tragopan, and Temminck’s tragopan, the vast grasslands of Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary and Manas National Park are ruled by One-horned Rhinos, Bengal Tigers, Asian Elephants, Black Panther, and Clouded Leopards. It is also incredible to see how the cluster of 'seven sisters' lying in the northeast province of India has become the prime location to sight the various members of the Hornbill family. While the hornbills are becoming vulnerable day by day across the world, the northeastern states are home to Great Hornbill, Rufous-throated Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Austen's Brown Hornbill, and Narcondam Hornbill. Looking at the unique wildlife thriving in the region we have crafted an eventful birding tour, trailing through the nature-centric locations of North East India.


Tour Fact Sheet

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    Target Species

    Bugun Liocichla, Beautiful Nuthatch, Ibisbill, White-winged duck, Fire-tailed Sunbird, Red-headed Trogon, Red-faced Liocichla, Slender-billed Scimitar babbler, Bengal Florican, Great Hornbill, Rufous-throated Hornbill, Fire-tailed myzornis, Blue-Bearded Bee-eater, Forest Owlet, Blyth's Tragopan, Temminck’s tragopan, One-horned Rhino, Bengal Tiger, Red Panda, Asian Elephant, Clouded Leopard, Arunachal macaque, Black Panther, Capped Langur

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    Weather

    Moderate to Cold

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    Places to Stay

    Ecolodges

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    Best time to visit

    November to March

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    Tour Itinerary

    Day-1: Guwahati - Orang National Park

    Day-2: Orang National Park

    Day-3: Orang National Park - Nameri Tiger Reserve

    Day-4: Nameri Tiger Reserve

    Day-5: Nameri Tiger Reserve - Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary

    Day-6: Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary

    Day-7: Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary - Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary

    Day-8: Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary

    Day-9: Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary - Kaziranga National Park

    Day-10: Kaziranga National Park

    Day-11: Kaziranga National Park - Guwahati Air



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    Dipika

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