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Welcome to India Bird Watching !!

India Wildlife Consolidated ! India is a part of the vast Oriental biogeographic regions, rich in biodiversity. Out of the 18,000 species of birds in the world, the Indian subcontinent is home to more than 1,300 species. We proudly boast about the 48 bird families out of the total 75 families in the world. Favorable climate, diversity of vegetation and a wide altitudinal range, is the primary reason behind a superior bird watching experience in India.

Being a physical part of Asia, India is least limited by geographical barriers, thus acting as a dispersal of species, receiving a variety from Palearctic, Ethiopian, Indo-Chinese and Indo-Malayan sub-regions.

Geographic ramifications of Southeast Asia, tangled patterns of mountain chains, river drainage systems and a long period of stable climate allows abundance of avifauna move in and out the country, with utmost ease.

Bewildered by birds, we know who you are. The Indian subcontinent awaits you and your passion for bird watching.

Be it the wetlands of Bharatpur, dry forests of Ranthambhore, meadows of Kanha, or grasslands of Kaziranga, we ensure you get the best of naturalists and guides for a seamless experience.


Tiger Safari & Bird Watching Tour
Duration: 20 nights/ 21days
Over 1200 species of birds may be seen in India. Any where you are you are bound to see over a hundred species. One can have a field day for birding with over 375 species found in the 30 sq. km. Keoladeo National Park situated with in 60 kms. from the Taj Mahal. Both of them are listed in the World heritage site. Keoladeo is unique for the number of bird species and their overall number. It is comprised of wetland, woodland and grass land.and is heaven for waterfowl, herons, cranes and birds of prey apart from the mammals, such as Samber, Chital, Nilgai, Black Buck, Python can also be seen very easily.        More details...

Birding Tour in North East India
Duration: 10 Nights & 11 Days
New Delhi – Guwahati – Nameri National Park – Dirang (Sela pass-Sangthi Valley-Mandala) – Eaglenest – Guwahati – New Delhi
The Eastern Himalayas sustain an array of wildlife, with a surfeit of rare species of fauna and flora. The list includes Snow Leopard in its Himalayan region, Clouded Leopard, Tigers, lesser cats like, Fishing Cat, Leopard Cat and Golden Cat. Other animals include the Indian Rhinoceros, Asian Elephant and Water Buffalo in the foothills of the Himalayas, making the country one of the world's greatest biodiversity hotspots. The major river basin of Northeast India is the mighty Brahmaputra...        More details...

Birding Tour in India with Tiger & Taj Tour
Duration: 16 Nights & 17 Days (Fixed Departure - 18th Jan To 03rd Feb, 2020)
This extensive tour of 17 days, beginning Jan 18, 2020 - Saturday, would leave you asking for more. The heart of the tour is birdwatching, but what comes along subtly in this tour is what India is quintessentially known for, the Taj, the Tigers, and the Templesand the Temples. Interesting part is you will see all this while looking for over 500 species of birds in the areas listed. The Himalayan foothills and terai region is one of the richest birding areas in India.        More details...