• India
  • Himachal
  • Dharamsala
  • -7 �C-38�C
  • : 7,717 FT
  • Kangri, Himachali, Hindi, Tibetan
  • Sep-March
  • Pathankot
  • Kangra Airport
  • The trip was fabulous. Shimla is an amazing place with lots to see and do. Our tour operator was excellent. All of their suggestions and recommendations were solid. We loved our hotel and the location. All the tours were high-quality and we experienced no difficulties with pickups. Mr. Nitin was extremely pleasant to work with and truly wanted us to have a fabulous time.

    Kirti Saxena
  • We cannot recommend this travel company enough! My husband and I had been wanting to go to India for quite some time but had not done so due to lack of time to plan a worthwhile trip. Booking with this company was exactly what we needed--we told them the types of places and sites we wanted to see and they took care of the rest.

    Martin S
  • I got exactly the vacation I wanted for almost no work and probably cheaper than I could have done it myself. I told this travel company what I wanted and they just did the rest. The hotels and tours/activities were great! Couldn't have asked for more. Great service too they were very responsive and helpful!

    Chirag K


Kangra Valley's Paddy Fields (Altitude 300 Mts): Monsoon (15 June to 30 August): Displays of Sarus Crane with its juveniles and nests of Cattle Egret in colonies can be seen in the paddy fields of the Valley and surrounding forests of this lush rural area. Indian Peafowl, the National Bird of India, can be seen in forests around the valley where it breeds. White-rumped Vulture (Red list Bird), Green Bee-eater, Spotted Forktail, Rock Bunting, Purple Sunbird, Rufous Treepie, Black Francolin, Shikra. All in all, this region holds a wealth of sightings for any bird enthusiast - in an area of extraordinary natural variety and beauty. Arvind Sharma is local to the area and an expert on the many birds that can be discovered in this area. He also has his own trust foundation called the Himalayan Nature Society (see www.hnsindia.com) and is an avid tour guide and would be able to provide a wonderful birding experience for anyone interested in visiting the area. Also for reference Birds of Kangra is a very informative book written by Jan Willem den Besten published by Moonpeak, Dharamsala.Aside from this every January/February there is a chance to take part in the Indian Government National Bird Census at Maharana Pratap Sagar Sanctuary (Pong Wetland) which is a 403 Sqr km lake that attracts annually a million+ migratory birds and has over 450 species listed. Some 200 volunteers are needed each year for 2 days of counting and recording and includes meals and accommodation in forest rest houses.

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