Nepal’s avifauna is one of the most diverse in the world with a total of 852 species which is almost 8% of the world’s total recorded population. Nepal’s species richness can be explained by the wide range of altitude from 75 m to the summit of the himalayas all within a distance of 200 km. Nepal has two globally important areas of especially high biodiversity classified as ‘conservation hotspot’, namely Central Himalayas and the Eastern Himalayas hotspots. Major birdwatching areas include national parks like the Chitwan, Bardiya, Langtang, and also the Koshi-Tappu and Shivapuri wildlife preserves. You can opt for a leisurely trek along Langtang valley and the Annapurna range, it is a wonderful way to combine stunning scenery with exotic birdwatching.

Bird Watching Packages