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A Bird’s Eye View of Bhutan
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Bhutan is popular amongst bird lovers and ornithologists because it is home to a diverse species of birds in the South Asian region. The country boasts of having over 670 types of birds and what is even more fascinating is the fact that there are more species to be discovered. A number of the birds that are found in the country belong to the winter migrant category, ducks, thrushes, buntings, waders and finches migrate to this area during the winter season. On the other there are varieties of birds that make their home in the Bhutan kingdom throughout the different seasons. Some of the most colorful and interesting birds are the swifts, warblers, bee eaters, cuckoos and fly catchers.

The country is covered by forests and valleys which make it a haven for bird populations. When making the trip across the countryside you notice the remarkable natural surroundings of the place. Nature remains unspoiled and untouched and it is obvious that Bhutan strives to conserve the natural landscape in the state. When visiting Bhutan a bird watching tour should definitely be included in the itinerary, it is a major tourist attraction that allows visitors to explore and enjoy the wonderful forests. Note that the central and eastern parts of the country are known to have high concentrations of birds and the excursions through that area of forests give you a feel for nature and the animal kingdom. As part of the bird watching tours you will often encounter Buddhist stupas and temples. Bhutan is a Buddhist kingdom and the rich historical and cultural influence of Buddhism is definitely something visitors should experience during the tours.

There are several bird watching tours available for tourists and visitors who want to indulge in the natural splendor of Bhutan. Bhutan Tour Packages are often promoted through Bhutan Hotels and it is easy to find something that suits your budget and your preferences. Paro valley is considered to be one of the most attractive places for bird watching and for a relaxing stay Uma Bhutan; a luxurious Como resort offers some of the best accommodation in the area. Relaxation is the key factor of your stay in Bhutan and the comforts of a luxury resort will certainly enlighten the holiday spent there.

Umanga Kahandawaarachchi is a passionate travel writer who writes under the pen name, Maggie Tulliver. Her field of writing covers a wide array of content and articles related to travel and hospitality industry. Google+

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