Him Maya Travels (Estd 1993)
"Maya Bhawan", Civil Lines,
Dharamsala - 176215, Kangra,
Himachal Pradesh, India

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ird Watching tour
 

Birds occupy a very significant place in Indian culture and tradition. The steed of Lord Vishnu, the Preserver of the Universe, is a giant bird. The epic Ramayana tells of an injured bird trying to rescue the kidnapped wife of Lord Rama.

The bird song of the koel signifies the end of winter. The cawing of a crow indicates the arrival of guests - the inclusion of birds in myths and superstitions is endless.
No wonder - there are more than 1200 species of birds in nearly 2100 forms native to India with a large number of migratory birds visiting during the winter months.

There are a number of wildlife sanctuaries in the country where the bird enthusiast can see the wonder of Indian avian life. For instance, the Bharatpur bird sanctuary whose marshes provide a huge breeding area for native water birds and a temporary home to a large number of migratory birds, including the Siberian crane in the winter months. The adjoining Thar Desert boasts of the Great Indian bustard while the Corbett National Park in the foothills of the Himalayas houses 585 species of birds, greater than the total number of bird species found in Europe, in an area of just about 520 sq km.

In Andaman and Nicobar’s six national parks and over ninety wildlife sanctuaries, about 250 species and sub-species of birds can be seen. Some of the wildlife sanctuaries a keen birdwatcher should visit and the birds which can be seen there.

THE BIRDS OF KANGRA VALLEY
Dharamsala - Kangra Valley

We take you on an exciting journey to soothe your eyes with the glimpses of the most beautiful and exotic birds ever seen, presenting you the perfect Bird watching tour that you will cherish for ever.

Kangra has been well known for it's charming natural beauty and we now add to it the majestic Birds Safari that you will love. Please drop us an email and we'll formulate a Bird Watching tour for you and your family.


BIRD WATCHING IN PUNJAB
Harike Headworks Sanctuary, Punjab

Description: The Harike Headworks Sanctuary is a good place to see birds like the Duck, Pochard, Teal, Coot and Waterhen. The best time to visit is from October to March.

Best Season: October to March.
Prominent Birds: Duck, Pochard, Teal, Coot, Waterhen.


Birding in Ladakh
Leh-Rumbak Valley-Puga-Tso Moriri-Tso Kar
11 nights & 12 days
Best Time to Visit: May-June

Birding in Himachal
Delhi - Narkanda - Sangla - Sarahan - Tirthan Valley - Banjar Valley
11 Nights / 12 Days Tour


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