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Home to the Mt Everest, Nepal boasts of stunning natural beauty with an enviable wildlife and cultural experiences making it a very attractive destination for tourists with varied interests. Starting the tour at Kathmandu, we visit the old area with its stone-paved lanes, ancient temples and the colourful bazaars with curio shops and shops selling shawls, carpet, trekking equipment. Tourist attractions include Swayambhunath Stupa, which is a 2500 years old Buddhist Stupa located at a top of a green hillock with the eyes of Buddha painted on its pinnacle overlooking righteous behaviour of the valley inhabitants. Away from the hustle bustle of city, we drive to the Chitwan National Park next. A six-hour drive through mountain roads, tiny villages, hamlets and naturally scenic vistas make the drive very interesting. A larger number of bird species (over 480) has been recorded here than in any other part of Nepal due to Chitwan’s diverse habitats and tropical lowland situation. We can expect to see a third of these during our two-night stay. The park holds a similar wealth of mammals, including the endangered Indian Rhinoceros, Wild Boar, Sambar, Muntjac, Spotted and Hog Deer, and Rhesus and Common Langur Monkeys. Tigers, Leopards, Sloth Bears, and Gaur (the Asiatic bison) may also occasionally be seen, as well as the Marsh Mugger and fish-eating Gharial Crocodiles. We will explore the park on foot, on elephant back, in canoes and by jeep. At Chitwan, we can also spend time indulging in various other activities including village walks, cultural programs and the most popular visit to elephant breeding centre. We can arrange for you visit Tharu villages and have a glimpse of Tharu culture too.
The bird habitats of Nepal & Bhutan can be roughly divided into forest, scrub, wetlands, alpine habitats, agricultural land & land around human habitation. Bhutan & Nepal regions are home to a large number of threatened bird species. These regions have retained much of its forests which are abundant, diverse & beautiful, forming some extremely special representatives of forest habitats in the Himalayas.