This tour takes you through the states of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam in India's northeastern corner. Explore one of the subcontinent's richest biodiverse surroundings - expect to witness rhinos grazing idly on grass, tigers lurking behind tall elephant grass, hornbills flying over your head, and various babbler species.
Kaziranga and Manas National Parks are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites that offer incredible sightings of wildlife and birds. Both parks are home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhinoceros, Indian Wild Water Buffalo, and the endangered Bengal Florican. Nameri National Park, on the other hand, is noted for excellent birding and rafting opportunities.
North Bengal and West Sikkim are blessed with a rich variety of wildlife and birds. Cover the virgin territories of Mahananda, Samthar, Lava and Neora Valley, Rangit Valley, Vershay Rhododendron Sanctuary, Pamayangtse-Khichepheri and Maenam-Damthang, where tourist footfall is at a minimum and spectacular bird species on full display. This itinerary will also present an opportunity to visit areas ranging from 100 mts to 3050 mts.
The constant pursuit to deliver the ultimate birding expedition takes us to an isolated belt in Northeast India, spanning the Brahmaputra River in Assam to the eastern Himalayas of Arunachal Pradesh. Discover these teeming biodiverse areas that are yet to be explored by birdwatchers around the world with our in-house naturalists.
This tour introduces birders to the various birding pockets of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. This area is a major biodiversity hotspot and forms the Eastern Himalaya Endemic Bird Area. Enjoy your time in the tropical evergreen and subtropical broadleaf forests of Eagle's Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, spotting threatened species like Rufous-necked Hornbill and the Nuthatch, and Great Pied Hornbill, White-winged Wood Duck and Blue-bearded Bee Eater in Nameri National Park.