One of the last pristine landscapes of the Himalayas, Bhutan remains an enigmatic mountain kingdom of incredible scenery, snow-capped mountains peaks, lush green forests, crystal clear rivers with picturesque villages and awe-inspiring monasteries with an abundance of wildlife and over 350 varieties of birds.

On a Transindus wildlife journey of Bhutan, you will traverse a range of different forests and terrains at varying altitudes in search of some of the country's rare and sought-after mammals, including the Himalayan Black Bear, Common Leopard, Golden Langur, Red Panda, Giant Squirrel, Himalayan Goral, and the endangered Asiatic wild dog or Dhole.

Arguably Bhutan is one of the best places in the world for birdwatching, no matter which part of Bhutan you visit, it is possible to combine a tour of the region's highlights with highly satisfying birdwatching with chances of spotting some of the rarest birds on earth, including the critically endangered White-bellied Heron the Himalayan Monal, Ward's Trogon, Rufous-vented Laughingthrush, Coral-billed and Slender-billed Scimitar Babblers, Yellow-rumped Honeyguide, White-hooded and Buff-breasted Babblers, Spotted Elachura. Of course, the more common birds, such as the Ibisbill, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Asian Barred Owlet, Little Forktail, Babblers, Great Parrotbill, Snow Pigeon, Blood Pheasant, Fire-tailed Sunbirds widely spotted.

If you visit Bhutan in November, make time for the Black-necked Crane festival in Gangtey.

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