An ornithological tour that explores the birds of mid-highland and lowland of Nepal. Nepal is extremely rich in bird diversity, occupying almost 9% of the world’s birds.

Located on the southern fringe of the valley within a short distance, Godawari forest is the best birdwatching site in Kathmandu with some 300 species of birds such as Spiny Babbler (endemic species), many rare, endangered and globally threatened species.

Kathmandu inhabits, well over 400 species of birds that includes forest and urban species of both resident and migratory. The farmland, creeks and scattered green patches area are all great for the urban, suburban and some time many forest species also.