Bhutan Nature & Wildlife Tour Packages

With more than 72 percent of the country under forest cover Bhutan is a natural paradise.

An amazing diversity of flora and fauna and eco systems thrives in Bhutan’s pristine and preserved natural environment. Today, the country is recognised as one of the 10 Biodiversity hotspots in the world.

Mammal species number more than 200, which is astounding considering that Bhutan is barely 150 miles across and 300 miles wide as the crow flies. In the list are snow leopard, royal bengal tiger, red panda, himalayan black bear, blue sheep and musk deer find a home in Bhutan’s forests. The tropical vegetation in the southern foothills is a sanctuary to clouded leopard, asiatic elephant, golden langur, water buffalo and one horned rhinoceros, among others to get bhutan. This makes Bhutan an ideal destination for Wildlife tours where these magnificent beasts can be seen in their natural surroundings.

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Bird species number close 700 making Bhutan another haven for birders. In fact according to some sources Bhutan has some of the best birding sites in the eastern Himalayas. The bird species found in Bhutan include some of the rarest and most threatened such as the White Bellied Heron which number less than 200 worldwide. At least 30 of them are found in Bhutan on last count. Click here for info :

Bhutan also serves as roosting ground for the endangered Black Necked Cranes that fly to the warmer valleys of Bhutan from the Tibetan plateau during the winter season. These elegant long legged birds are an integral part of Bhutanese folklore and their arrival is welcomed by the inhabitants of the valleys, as harbingers of good fortune. Phobjikha in the west and Bomdeling in the east are the winter roosting grounds for these endangered birds.

Bhutan is also home to other rare birds such as the Rufous Necked Hornbill, the Pallas Fish eagle, Blyth’s King fisher to name a few. To know more about bhutan follow this link:

Bhutan is also home to 300 species of medicinal plants and about 46 species of rhododendrons. Common sighting for visitors are magnolias, junipers, orchids of varied hues, gentian, medicinal plants, daphne, and giant rhubarb.

All our tours can be classified as eco tourism tours because it is guided by the principle of having a minimum impact on the environment while being sensitive to the local culture and at the same time ensuring that the benefits of the industry trickle down to the local community.

So you can choose from Bhutan wildlife tours, Bhutan nature tours, Bhutan bird watching or Bhutan scenic tours to plan a trip to take in the best Bhutan has to offer in its pristine natural outdoors.