Chitwan Bird Watching Tour Overview
Chitwan Bird Watching Tour is an amazing trip package that takes you to the wonderland situated in the Lower region of Nepal called Chitwan. Known for extensive wildlife, Chitwan is home to massive 544 species of birds.
Chitwan National Park also referred to as Royal National Park is the first national park in Nepal established with the motto of saving fauna and fowls. Chitwan Bird Watching tour brought to you by Himalayan trekkers is a 6-day long package that takes the nirvana for all the bird lovers out there.
Some of the birds found in Chitwan National Park are Asian Openbill, Black-winged kite, Common Hoopoe, Cattle Egret, Asian Pied Starling, Spotted Bush Warblers, Cotton Pygmy Goose, Common Greenshank, Yellow-bellied Prinia, Grey Backed Shrike, Red Naped Ibis, Grey Wagtail, Paddy field Pipit, White Throated Kingfisher and numerous others.
The National Park is bliss for animal and bird lovers due to the rich diversity present there. When it comes to animals, this oldest National Park of Nepal listed among UNESCO protected sites consist of rare animals like one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Elephant, etc.
To give you the statistics of animal diversity present in this unforgettable national park, Chitwan National Park is the residence of about 68 kinds of mammals, 126 species of fish, and 58 types of reptiles including the gharial crocodile. Thus, this National Park is an absolute picnic for animals’ lovers too.
This tour, however, is mainly focused on birds as the name clearly suggests. Chitwan National Park has been an enticing and intriguing spot for ornithologists all over the world. It also offers various activities like Jungle walk safari, Elephant safari, Jeep Safari.
The best time for Bird watching in Chitwan is during October, November, February, March, April and May.
These seasons are the best seasons for bird watching due to favorable weather, and abundant sightseeing of migrating birds from Asia and Europe. As a part of this tour, you will go to Janakauli Community Forest and Bis Hazari Tal in Chitwan National Park periphery for bird watching and exploration. You might also see some temporary migratory birds during this trip if you arrive here in winter season.