All India Birding Tours, offer carefully researched and tested birding trips to chosen hot spots in India dedicated to arranging hassle – free birding holidays. Twenty years of experience in operating adventures in remote parts of India and over a decade of ground research has gone into the creation of our birding tours. We have explored well-known birding destinations and discovered lesser known hot spots. We are the pioneers of North East India Birdwatching with top-notch birding guides.
Our fireband young team is dedicated to giving you a birding experience to remember. They have the expertise and local knowledge. Together we plan to make your dream Indian birding holiday happen. We will do it at a reasonable cost, and we will operate your birding trips with efficiency and absolute reliability.
Does the habitat range in altitude from sea level to the highest mountain ranges? We can take you birding up to altitudes of 5000 meters. The climate varies between extreme hot to the alpine cold of the snowy regions. Our rainfall spans from minimal in the desert region to the wettest in the World – 1150 cms. You could well end up with a list of over 350-450 birds on any of our trips.
All India Birding Tours have also being a part of two world records the first was the Biggest Twitch with Allan and Ruth and the latest was the Big year with Arjan Dwarhis in 2016 both occasions breaking the world record.
The best time to visit India are the months between October and May as, in addition to the variety of resident species, migratory waterfowl, raptors, and a host of other species are also to be seen all around the Indian countryside.
All our tours are conservation based helping the local community, guides are used for every tour locally, like in areas of Eaglesnest Arunachal Pradesh where two communities are running the camps, in Nagaland and other places local homestays are used as we believe in community-based tourism, local youth are also encouraged so that they can gain from our tours so most of the income from our tours go directly to the local communities due to which the local communities have given up hunting and cutting forest down, the Bugun community, for example, have declared their forest as community reserve.
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