This walking avian safari in Nepal is usually done at and around the Godawari Forest (lower Phulchauki). Over 100 species possible on a Godawari birdwatching tour
Birdwatching is usually done at and around the Godawari Forest (lower Phulchauki). During a walking avian safari in Nepal some of the iconic species of birds from this area are Himalayan Cutia, Rusty-fronted Barwing, Chestnut-headed Tesia, Bay and Darjeeling Woodpeckers, Blue-naped Pitta and Blue-bearded Bee-eater etc.
Other important highlights during this Godawari birdwatching tour includes, Minivets, Common Green Magpie, Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush, Pale Blue Flycatcher, Dark-sided Laughingthrush, Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush, Himalayan Vultures, Booted Eagle, Parrotbill and etc. Come and explore with us!
Birdwatching in the area, in the past has the record of well over 100 species. For the best result of bird watching, covering the base of the hill (Godavari) and upper part of the Phulchauki hill, two days of time is highly recommended.
Birds such as Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Minivets, Common Green Magpie, Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush, Pale Blue Flycatcher, Dark-sided Laughingthrush, Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush, Himalayan Vultures, Booted Eagle etc can be views in this Godawari birdwatching tour.
This walking avian safari in Nepal located not far from Kathmandu downtown but the transportation duration can be an hour due to the traffic and road condition. Walking some places are not smooth, so need good walking boot.
Expectation of birds: in a single day the record is well over 100 species with an average of 50-60 species. Although some time you may not be seeing as many birds and your expected or target species. But its always great to out there and you will enjoy the walk and the nature