The combination of Bhutan`s exotic culture harmoniously integrated with the natural landscapes-unscarred by modernization make bird watching in Bhutan, simply unbeatable. Nature Tour-Exploration of Flora and fauna Trip of Bhutan begins in the relatively high altitude forests of the Bhutan Himalaya. The flora of Bhutan is exceptionally diverse as a result of a great range of altitude and varied climatic conditions. More than 70% of the country is covered by forests of fir, mixed coniferous, temperate and broad leaf species. In addition, there are many species which are unique to Bhutan. Moreover, much of Bhutan`s flora has remained undisturbed giving the country the richest flora in the Himalayan region. Rare animals including the golden langur and blue sheep are found throughout the northern and mid sections of the country. Tigers, leopards, snow leopards, red pandas, gaur, serow, Himalayan Black bears, brown bears wild pigs, musk deer and other types of deer are commonly found in many parts of Bhutan. The Phobjikha valley in Wangue and Bomdiling in Yangtse are two of the three wintering grounds for the rare Black-necked crane. From Bhutan these cranes migrate north into Tibetan plateau.
Plan Holidays Travel and Tours emphasized on the ability to a broad range of guests with quality travel packages and circle custom tours. Tours can be arranged as per your demand however on most occasions we assign a professional birding guide to assist you in finding and identifying your bird. The main focus of these tours remains bird photography however wildlife in general and beautiful landscapes is part of the whole adventure. During the time of your tours and treks we use skill and talented tour guides and chauffer to make you experience in tailor tours to appoint your interests for instance culture, festivals, flora and fauna, bird and pheasant, religious tours and adventure travel etc.At our company, we strive to foster the public perception of the value of pristine Bhutanese natural environment and preserving them for our future generations.