Northeast: Mishmi Hills and Brahmaputra
Visit one of India’s least-explored areas at its extreme northeast corner
Cover the key birding sites in the floodplain of the mighty Brahmaputra River and at various elevations in the Mishmi Hills up to 2655m on our three-center tour
Explore vast wetlands, marshy grasslands, lowland tropical forests, subtropical broadleaf forests with bamboo in the lower hills, and coniferous forests with rhododendron at higher elevations
More Details About this Trip:
Realistic chances to see three northeast Indian grassland endemics and the endemic Mishmi Wren-babbler among a rich selection of other grassland and East Himalayan specialties that includes laughingthrushes, scimitar-babblers, parrotbills, hornbills, trogons, thrushes, accentors, tesias, flycatchers, warblers and sunbirds
A good selection of waterfowl in the Brahmaputra valley
Good chances to see Asian Elephant, Western Hoolock Gibbon, Arunachal Macaque and Mishmi Takin
See vast tea estates in India’s prime tea-growing area, scenic grasslands and river landscapes, and spectacular mountain scenery in the most pristine tract of the entire Himalayan chain
Simple lodging in the hills in rest houses ideally located for birding, and a comfortable hotel in the lowlands at the start and end of the tour
Pricing: $3,190 US Dollars or 2,600 GBP for 11 Days and 10 Nights.
Group Size: 6 to 8 participants.
November 3 to 14, 2021