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The three nights and four days tour will unfold the rich avian life dwelling in the verdant hills of Uttarakhand. The tour will kickstart in the sleepy hamlet of Pangot- a scenic village situated just fifteen kilometers away from Nainital. The dense thickets of the place harbor some of the rarest and the most gorgeous winged species including Cheer Pheasant, Khalij Pheasant, Koklass Pheasant, Himalayan Rubythroat, Siberian Rubythroat, Red-billed blue magpie, Bearded Vulture, Himalayan Woodpecker, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Blue-winged Minla, etc. Sattal is the next destination in this thrilling adventure. Bounded by lush green hills and freshwater lakes, Sattal is throbbing with a diverse variety of birdlife attracting birdwatchers and bird photographers from all across the world. Verditer flycatcher, Scimitar-babbler, Great Barbet, Long-tailed broadbill, Red-billed leiothrix, Paradise-flycatcher and Rufous-throated partridge are some of the species that can easily spotted while traversing through the region.
It has been my favourite place for years. The moment you step in, there’s a great feeling of love for birds and the environment in the air around you. Carefully chosen artefacts representing an admiration of nature engage you at every step. Mohit, who identified developed Pangot as a Birding hot-spot, built JungleLore exclusively for birders. The guides here are knowledgeable and food is always a delight for vegetarians. I love my stay here every time come to this favourite getaway.
It was my first trip to India in 2016. And being a nature lover, I was really skeptical about it, though the friend who had recommended it to me was quite confident that I will come back with memories of a lifetime, He was right. Asian Adventures are not just travel specialists, they are nature conservationists whose each representative, guide has been carefully hand-picked. And so are the lodges where they made us stay. I captured more than 300 species of birds in my camera. No words enough to describe the planning of the tour, the experience, the hospitality – I would love to come back soon, for another Birding adventure – this time at a different location in India.