Magnetized we stand as a spectator when these beautiful aerial creatures spread their wings and prepare for their flight in the open air. They sprinkle hues to the plain blue sky and transform it intoMagnetized we stand as a spectator when these beautiful aerial creatures spread their wings and prepare for their flight in the open air. They sprinkle hues to the plain blue sky and transform it into a colorful painting on natural canvas. Being home to many resident and migratory birds, India is a heaven for all the bird lovers. Apart from the birds that are have made India their permanent home, hundreds and thousands of migratory birds also flock to the country in search of optimal living conditions. The avifauna species of India include Jungle Fowls, Yellow Weaver, Mangrove Pitta, Nilgiri Flycatcher, Blyth's Tragopan, Ruddy Kingfisher, Kerala Laughingthrush, Malabar Trogon etc. A trip to these natural homes of birds can offer an amazing opportunity to all the bird lovers for capturing the beautiful movements of the birds on their 35mm screen. This makes bird watching tour packages a popular tour package among the travelers.
India is bestowed with vivid geographical riches, making this country an ideal home for the different species of resident and migratory birds, making it a great destination for bird watching tours. Be it the Keoladeo Ghana National Park aka Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in the North, the Ranganathittu and Thattekad Bird Sanctuary in South, Eagle's Nest Sanctuary in East or the Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary in the West, the options are in plenty in all the parts of the country. Other bird habitats that can be included in bird watching holiday packages are Chilka Lake Bird Sanctuary, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Lava and Neora Valley National Park, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Bankapura Peacock Sanctuary etc. After you book bird watching packages, don't forget to carry your binoculars, identification book, field guide, hides, and spotting scopes etc., to make the most of your bird watching holidays.More »