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Bird tours and wildlife holidays in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan

Northeast India

Northeast India

Undoubtedly India's richest bird area, from the Brahmaputra floodplain into the eastern Himalaya.  Fast-paced birding, enigmatic specialities, and an exceptional mammal & butterfly diversity.

Goa

Goa

The perfect introduction to birding in India with an exceptional diversity of birds and butterflies in a variety of habitsts.  An enjoyable and popular winter birding destination.

Bhutan

Bhutan

Nestled between India and Tibet, the Kingdom of Bhutan presents an alluring invitation to explore the most extensive tracts of forest remaining in the bird-rich Eastern Himalaya.

South India

South India

Dominated by the Western Ghats, whose foothill rainforests and unique montane ecosystems host 28 endemic birds, a high butterfly biodiversity, and various endemic mammals.

North India

North India

A spectacular avian diversity in a range of landscapes, from the plains into the foothills of the western Himalaya.  Abundant mammals, including Tiger, and exhilarating birding.

Andaman Islands

Andaman Islands

A tropical island idyll in the Bay of Bengal, with 20 endemic birds available on the island of South Andaman and opportunities to explore the incredible marine life from Havelock Island.

Nepal

Nepal

Nepal is incredible for birds - the diversity of altitude and habitat, from grasslands at little more than sea level to the highest peaks of the Himalaya, is reflected in the sheer variety of species. 

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Amazing biodiversity in a spectacular setting with 34 island endemics, large mammals and endemic primates, butterflies, and opportunites for seabird and cetacean pelagics. 

Northwest India

Northwest India

A distinctive desert landscape home to some of India's most endangered birds & mammals, complemented by a variety of habitats and thousands of migratory waterbirds.

Central India

Central India

The inspiration for Rudyard Kipling's 'Jungle Book', the central Indian highlands host a cluster of India's finest tiger reserves and a significant proportion of India's Tigers.