Did you know Nepal is home to 907 different species of birds?
The diverse environmental conditions of Nepal makes it suitable to become the home of such wide range of avi-fauna. Nepal is geographically divided into three regions: Himalayan, Hilly and Terai region.
The Himalayan region consisting of tall mountains are situated in the North, the Hilly region in the centre and the plain Terai in the South. All of these regions contribute in Nepal’s cause of being home to such wide range of birds. Although Nepal is a small country in terms of area, it is a paradise for bird watchers and admirers.
The National Parks and Conservation Areas have been helping in preserving them greatly. Such National parks and Conservation areas allow both domestic and international tourists for bird watching. Bird Watching is possible in different parts of Nepal even in Kathmandu valley. Taudaha Lake is a popular location for Bird watching in Kathmandu. Besides that, Nagarjuna, Godavari and Phulchowki are other popular locations for Bird Watching.
Outside Kathmandu, you can have Bird watching experience in Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National park, Lumbini, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, etc.
If you are looking for to Visit Nepal for Bird watching experience, contact Hawk’s Eye Travels.
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