Himachal High Altitude Birding Trip 17 Nights / 18 Days Tour Package
Places visited : Chail Narkanda Sarahan Sangla Nako Pin Valley Kaza Pang Mo Chattru Goshaini & Shoja
Trek in the Himachal newest national park-The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) A pristine, undeveloped area with minimal tourism/trekkers, uncluttered, clean trails, large and unique animals. Opportunities to observe one of the world’s most endangered species (the rare Western Tragopan pheasant) and animals that are supported only by the unique ecology of the Western Himalayas Rich and dense flora and fauna of the Himalayas. The Park falls within one of the globally important Endemic Bird Areas (D02: Western Himalaya) identified by the ICBP Biodiversity Project (ICBP 1992). 183 bird species including 132 passerines and 51 non-passerines have been recorded from the Park which is comparable with 71 non-passerines and 150 passerines recorded throughout the hilly regions of Himachal Pradesh above 1,500 m altitude.
The birding trip encapsulates an area in Himachal Pradesh which is a birders paradise. The high altitude, deep valleys and river basins make this region picturesque and enchanting. In most of the places heavy rainfall does not occur hence the region is ideal for bring in summers and during the monsoon. Due to steep elevation some degree of difficulty arises at some place it is high. The snow covered massive Himalayan Range adds panoramic spectacle while bird watching all over. The tour has is meant for fit and agile birders. Another prerequisite is being comfortable in high altitude. Some of the treks are moderate and offer required rest.