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- Arrival airport pick up and Departure transfers on both domestic and international flights.
- Accommodation 3-4 stars Hotel in Kathmandu on a twin share bed with B/B plan on your request
- Pack Lunch during the birding period
- English speaking expert birding guided Tour
- All private transportations starting & ending points of the birding spot – by Himalayan Trails trained
- Along the trek basic complete First Aid Kit
- All necessary officials paper work.
- Community fee and Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve entry fees
- Nepal entry Visa fees (US$ 40 per person for 30 days)
- International Airfare
- Your Travel Insurance
- Any kind of dinks & personal expenses on visit
- Expenses deserve due to Natural or man made hazards like landslide, strikes, political unrest etc. will be charge extra as per actual
- anything not specify on the cost
Koshi Tappu Bird Watching Tour
The Koshi Tappu Bird Watching Tour, Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve lies on within 26⁰33‟-26⁰45‟N and 86⁰54‟-87⁰04‟E along the flood plain of the Sappta Koshi River at eastern Nepal. It is distributed within Sunsari, Saptari and Udayapur district as well as designated as a Ramsar site in 1987 AD. Though it has a small area of only 175 sq. Km and a buffer zone of 173 sq. Km. The Tappu is characterized by wetland habitats in the form of flood plains, oxbow lakes, and swamp forests and terrestrial habitats as grassland and degraded forests.
Koshi Tappu is home to more than 485 species of birds and is also recognized as the Important Bird Area of Nepal. Reserve has suitable habitat for lots of water birds and grassland birds in Nepal. 176 species bred in the reserve and 180 species are passage migrants or winter visitors; Birds which are frequently found in the area are Swamp Francolin, Bengal Florican, Indian nightjar, Asian Openbill, Cotton Pygmy-goose, Green Bee-eater, Eurasian Wryneck, Indian Roller, Plum-headed Parakeet, Short-eared Owlet, Pallas’s Fish Eagle, Eurasian Thick-knee, Pallas Gull, Osprey, Indian Spotted Eagle, Great Egret, Lesser Adjutant, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, White-tailed stonechat, Striated Grass birds, Yellow-breasted Bunting, etc. The reserve only holds the last surviving population of Wild Buffalo in Nepal. Other mammals include Fishing Cat, Genetic Dolphin, Golden Jackal, Jungle Cat, etc.