Day 1:        Arrival into Delhi
Days 2-4:   Transfer to Guwahati, birding along the drive
   to
Nameri National Park and two full days
   birding at this location
Days 5-7:   Birding along the drive to Eaglenest Wildlife  
  Sanctuary
and high elevation birding at Lama  
  Camp
Days 8-10: Birding adventure at Eaglenest Wildlife
   Sanctuary and Bompu Camp
Day 11-14: Birding along the drive to Kaziranga and three
   full days of birding at this location
Day 15:      Transfer to Delhi
Day 16:      Depart Delhi on your onward journey
Brief Itinerary
16 Days Birding and Enjoying Wildlife in India
Northeast India:
Assam & Arunachal Pradesh
Details
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Brief Overview
India’s northeast corner, represented by a stretch of
extremely rugged mountainous terrain, is justifiably
considered the richest birding area in the country. The
enormous range of altitudes within relative proximity of one
another, together with their corresponding climates and
resultant vegetation, from moist sub-tropical forests in
lowland valleys to temperate conifer forests on steep
upland slopes, enables different complexes of species to
exist almost side by side. Furthermore, Arunachal Pradesh
lies at the confluence of the Palaearctic region with both
the Indo-Malayan and Indian sub-regions of the Oriental
bio-geographic realm, bringing together here floral and
faunal elements of the subcontinent with those of
Myanmar, Tibet and southern China and enabling the
development of one of the finest wildlife assemblages Asia
has to offer.  Our 16-day tour itinerary takes us through
the floodplain of the Brahmaputra in Assam to the montane
rainforest of the eastern Himalayan foothills at the border
of neighbouring Bhutan, covering almost 3000m of altitude.
For more information or to register for this trip, call Charles in the United States or Ian
in the United Kingdom. Charles can be reached at 888-203-7464 or directly at
720-320-1974. Ian can be reached at 07719-052820. Also feel free to e-mail at
info@PIBird.com.