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All India birding tour

Eagle Nest Tour

Eaglenest wildlife sanctuary is one of the hottest birding spots in Asia. It straddles the Himalayan as well as the indo-malayan range across different elevations; 500+ species.
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India Endemic Birding

Indian Endemics

An 18 day tour of both North and South India targeting the endemic birds of the sub-continent. Expect over 500 species and great views of wildlife.
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Birds and Tigers tour of India

Birds and Tigers

A 10 day tour of some of the best birding and wildlife hotspots in India. Excellent birding at a relaxed pace with lots of opportunities to see the elusive tiger in the wild.
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Western Ghats Birding

Western Ghats Endemics

A 10 day tour in a World Biodiversity hotspot as identified by Birdlife International. An ecological zone of global importance, with a variety of habitats supporting 16 endemics.
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Personalised bird watching and wildlife holidays in India. We offer flexible itineraries on our India birding tours to suit your specific requirements as a traveling birder. All our birding trips are lead by professional naturalists to ensure that you have your "Trip of a lifetime".

Using our experience and expert knowledge we can design an individual birding holiday for you that will ensure you get the most out of your bird watching holiday in India by creating an itinerary to fit your interests, time and budget. We can also design an itinerary that caters to non-birding partners.

As dedicated India experts, we know all the hidden corners of India and its rich abundance of birdlife. We have several of India's top birding guides in our team and all the lodges we work with have already been researched by us for their safety, cleanliness and excellent cuisine. Since we are based in India and all our guides are locals, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your contribution helps the local economy and contributes to conservation.

Individual service, and getting to understand each of our guests and their personal needs and interests is at the heart of what we do. For most of our guests this India birding tour is the holiday of a lifetime, and we want to make sure you get the very most out of your experience.

India is home to over 1200 species of birds and this is attributable to the incredible diversity in habitat and altitudes within the sub-continent. India has 12 endemic bird areas and a total of 78 threatened species. The country is home to 465 important bird areas (IBA) and 55 endemic species. In addition to bird watching tours we also offer nature tours which cover both flora and fauna.

Endemic birds of India

Nicobar Scrubfowl - Megapodius nicobariensis Andaman Hawk Owl - Ninox affinis White-naped Tit - Parus nuchalis
Painted Francolin - Francolinus pictus Nilgiri Wood Pigeon - Columba elphinstonii Grey-headed Bulbul - Pycnonotus priocephalus
Rock Bush Quail - Perdicula argoondah Andaman Wood Pigeon - Columba palumboides Yellow-throated Bulbul - Pycnonotus xantholaemus
Painted Bush Quail - Perdicula erythrorhyncha Andaman Cuckoo Dove - Macropygia rufipennis Nicobar Bulbul - Hypsipetes nicobariensis
Manipur Bush Quail - Perdicula manipurensis Andaman Crake - Rallina canningi Broad-tailed Grassbird - Schoenicola platyura
Red Spurfowl - Galloperdix spadicea Jerdon's Courser - Rhinoptilus bitorquatus Wynaad Laughingthrush - Garrulax delesserti
Painted Spurfowl - Galloperdix lunulata Nicobar Serpent Eagle - Spilornis minimus Nilgiri Laughingthrush - Trochalopteron cachinnans
Himalayan Quail - Ophrysia superciliosa Andaman Serpent Eagle - Spilornis elgini Grey-breasted Laughingthrush - Garrulax jerdoni
Grey Junglefowl - Gallus sonneratii Nicobar Sparrowhawk - Accipiter butleri Bugun Liocichla - Liocichla bugunorum
Andaman Woodpecker - Dryocopus hodgei White-bellied Treepie - Dendrocitta leucogastra Marsh Babbler - Pellorneum palustre
White-cheeked Barbet - Megalaima viridis Andaman Treepie - Dendrocitta bayleyi Tawny-breasted Wren Babbler - Spelaeornis L
Malabar Grey Hornbill - Ocyceros griseus Malabar Whistling Thrush - Myophonus horsfieldii Large Grey Babbler - Turdoides malcolmi
Narcondam Hornbill - Aceros narcondami White-bellied Shortwing - Brachypteryx major Rufous Babbler - Turdoides subrufus
Malabar Parakeet - Psittacula columboides  Andaman Nightjar - Caprimulgus andamanicus Malabar Lark - Galerida malabarica
Nicobar Parakeet - Psittacula caniceps Black-and-orange Flycatcher - Ficedula nigrorufa Sykes’s Lark - Galerida deva
Andaman Masked Owl - Tyto deroepstorffi Nilgiri Flycatcher - Eumyias albicaudata Crimson-backed Sunbird - Nectarinia minima
Andaman Scops Owl - Otus balli White-bellied Blue Flycatcher - Cyornis pallipes Nilgiri Pipit - Anthus nilghiriensis 
Mottled Wood Owl - Strix ocellata White-headed Starling - Sturnus erythropygius Green Avadavat - Amandava formosa
Forest Owlet - Athene blewitti Grey-fronted Green Pigeon - Treron affinis Indian Yellow Tit - Parus aplonotus
Indian Scimitar-babbler - Pomatorhinus horsfieldii Kerala Laughingthrush - Trochalepteron fairbanki Nilgiri Blue Robin - Myiomela major
White-bellied Blue Robin - Myiomela albiventris Andaman Shama - Copsychus albiventris Nicobar Jungle-flycatcher - Rhinomyias nicobaricus
Nilgiri Thrush - Zoothera neilgherriensis Flame-throated Bulbul - Pycnonotus gularis Andaman Bulbul - Pycnonotus fuscoflavescens
White-spotted Fantail - Rhipidura albogularis Malabar Woodshrike - Tephrodornis sylvicola Andaman Cuckooshrike - Coracina dobsoni
Malabar Barbet - Megalaima malabarica Hume's Hawk-owl - Ninox obscura
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