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Kanha National Park Safari

Mar 02, 2022

Kanha National Park

If you’ve spent the last year or two making a list of forests you wanted to visit in India, we’re sure that the forests of Central India have definitely made it somewhere in that list! Now that it is easier for you to visit India, with the lifting of restrictions, you can have your pick of amazing Indian forests to visit. One of the largest tiger reserves in India, Kanha National Park’s broad undulating grasslands with bamboo and Sal forest make for some amazing landscapes. Apart from being an important home for both Tigers and Leopards, the reserve is famous as the home of the Southern Swamp Deer (or ‘Barasingha’), for whose protection Kanha National Park was first established in 1955.

 

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Feb 21, 2022

Negombo Beach in Sri Lanka

Famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful places of worship, and age-old fishing industry, Negombo is quite a major city in Sri Lanka. One of the most scenic landmarks here, the Negombo Lagoon, also plays host to a rich diversity of birds, both resident and migratory, adding natural splendour to this commercial island hub.

 

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Royal Manas National Park

Jan 19, 2022

Royal Manas National Park

Apart from being Bhutan's oldest national park, the Royal Manas National Park is also home to a rich variety of wildlife. While entry is restricted, one can base themselves at Tingtibi, and enjoy sightings of tigers, elephants, and some of the almost 350 species of birds that have been recorded here.

 

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Jigme Dorji National Park

Jan 17, 2022

Jigme Dorji National Park

Did you know that the Jigme Dorji National Park is the only park in Bhutan where the country’s national animal (Takin), national bird (Northern Raven), national tree (cypress), and national flower (blue poppy) all exist together? The park also provides a home for many endangered mammals and beautiful birds, including Clouded Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, Satyr Tragopan, Black-eared Shrike-babbler, to name a few.


Thimphu Valley

Jan 12, 2022

Thimphu Valley

The forest streams that crisscross the evergreen forests of Thimphu Valley are some of the best places to spend quality birdwatching time around Bhutan's capital. These lush forests are not only home to the common birds of the region, but also other Himalayan beauties including fulvettas, laughing thrushes, woodpeckers, and many more.

 

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Punakha

Jan 12, 2022

Punakha Dzong

The former Bhutanese capital of Punakha is perhaps best known for the magnificent Punakha Dzong, a popular site for tourists and locals alike. However, the rivers near this city provide amazing birdwatching, with species like the rare White-bellied Heron, Pallas's Fish Eagle, and other waterbirds, with the addition of Satyr Tragopan, Fire-tailed Myzornis, and more in nearby Dochu La.

 

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Pokhara

Jan 07, 2022

Nepal's largest city, Pokhara

Nepal's largest city, Pokhara, is often considered to be the tourist capital of the country, with rich culture and being a popular trekking base. However, the outskirts of the city are also home to a variety of amazing birds that will keep any birder visiting Pokhara happy! Whether you are looking for the variety of waterbirds that live in and visit the nearby lakes, or want to search for raptors, woodpeckers, laughing thrushes, or even the endemic Spiny Babbler, Pokhara will keep any birdwatcher on their toes.


Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Dec 30, 2021

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary

As the only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu has been a popular retreat from the heat of Rajasthan and neighboring Gujarat for centuries. However, the Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is also a place rich in wildlife, with mammals like Leopard, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Chinkara, and more calling it home. Being the last known stronghold of the rare and endangered Green Avadavat, and a winter home for sought-after species like White-naped Tit, White-capped Bunting, and more, Mount Abu is also a popular destination among birdwatchers.


Rajaji National Park

Dec 20, 2021

Rajaji National Park

Named after C. Rajagopalachari, a prominent figure in India’s freedom struggle, Rajaji National Park is mostly made up of dense broadleaved deciduous jungles, and wetland and grassland patches. This variation in habitat accounts for the rich diversity and wide variety of flora and fauna of Rajaji. Apart from big cats (Tiger and Leopard), this tiger reserve is best known for its elephant population.


Dudhwa National Park

Dec 18, 2021

Dudhwa National Park

Lying on the India-Nepal border, the Dudhwa National Park's dense forests, seasonal swamps, and tall grasslands are one of the most stunning examples of the Terai ecosystem. The biggest indicator of how healthy these forests are is the wealth of wildlife it is home to, from tigers and leopards to sambar, swamp deer, and even Indian Rhinoceros! With over 350 species of birds found here, Dudhwa is a place that will keep every birdwatcher happy too!


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