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Nepal - Birds of Mountains & Marshlands

Tour Code: NPL19

A 9-day birdwtaching holiday to the Himalayan foothills of the Kathmandu Valley and the bird-rich lowland wetlands, forests and grasslands of Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (plus optional Chitwan National Park extension).

dates & prices to be confirmed Land Only Price: £ SRS: £

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The cost of all meals and accommodation is included in the price of this holiday, with the exception of lunches and dinners in Kathmndu.


We use the Marshyangdi Hotel in Kathmandu, a simple but comfortable hotel in the city; all rooms have private facilities. In Koshi and Suklaphanta, we stay at our own permanent tented camp, consisting of large walk-in safari-style tents with comfortable twin beds and simply furnished with locally made cane furniture. Toilets and showers are shared in Suklaphanta. Simple en-suite accommodation may be available at the nearby private research centre.

Bar-headed Geese (Andy Pringle)

Bar-headed Geese (Andy Pringle)

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Day 1 Depart London

Day 2 Kathmandu

Day 3/6 Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and Dharen Forest

Day 7/8 Kathmandu

Day 9 Fly London

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Visiting: Nepal

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