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Bird Watching Na Hin Forest Tour 9Days 12/07/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$1440.00
Laos has long been neglected by birders but this came to an end in 2009 with the discovery of Bare-faced Bulbul and new info free available on the internet about Na Hin Forest, a beautiful area which features some karst limestone forest where the new Bulbul is found. More birders have visited Laos since mid-2009 than ever before and no wonder, the birding can be excellent.
per person$1440.00
Ayeyarwaddy (Irrawaddy) River is one of two major rivers and largest river in Myanmar. This section of the river has extensive broad sand-bars and some muddy edges. Some area of the banks are covered by thin thorny scrub. Only 101 bird species have been recorded, but it is believed that others are yet to be discovered. The highlight species are the White-tailed Stonechat, Long-billed Pipit
This Myanmar (Burma) ecotourism, birding, birds watching and trekking tours site, Alaungdaw Kathapa (N 22˚ 30′ and E 94˚ 20′) lies to the west of Chindwin River, and between this river and the valley of Myittha. It consists of two Reserve Forests, namely Patolone RF and Taungdwin RF. This is established in 1984 as a national park for conserving unspoiled biodiversities. The park is 1600 sq km (616.84 sq mile) in size with a well forested mountainous area. The nearest town is Yinmarbin which park office runs in that town
per person$1440.00
Here we will be able to see the rare Pale-capped Pigeon, Racket-tailed Treepie, Red Junglefowl, Green, Blue-tailed and Chestnut-headed Bee-eaters, Green-billed Malkoha, Lesser Racket-tailed and Greater Racket-tailed Drongos, White-rumped Shama, Black-headed, Black-crested, Red-vented, Red-whiskered
per person$3200.00
Although many westerners still imagine Vietnam through the lens of war, it is in reality a country filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. Its highlands and rainforest regions, far from being devastated, continue to yield new species and team with exotic wildlife. Its islands and beaches are among the finest in all of Southeast Asia, and its cuisine is very possibly the most delicious you will ever find. Over two decades have passed since Vietnam was officially united, and in that time it has done a remarkable job of healing its wounds. Today, this gracious and graceful country is an outstanding travel destination
per person$1600.00
We will be birding three full days in Chatthin Wildlife Sanctuary. Here we will be able to see Red Junglefowl, Yellow-legged Buttonquail, Alexandrine, Red-breasted, Rose-ringed, Grey-headed and Blossom-headed Parakeets, 13 species of Woodpecker such as – Eurasian Wryneck, Grey-capped Pygmy, Fulvous-breasted, Yellow-crowned, Rufous, White-bellied, Streak-throated, Grey-headed and Great Slaty Woodpeckers, Common and Greater Flamebacks, Lesser and Greater Yellownapes, Lineated Barbet, Blue-eared Kingfisher, Chestnut-headed Bee-eater, Plaintive Cuckoo, Barn Owl, Savanna and Large-tailed Nightjars, White-breasted Waterhen
per person$160.00
ocates near Ho Chi Minh city, Can Gio is one of reasonable site for one day birding from Sai Gon. The mangroves provides several passerines species such as Yellow-vented Bulbul, Pied Fantail, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Golden-bellied Gerygone. Kingfishers, Herons, Cormorants also common around.

Birding Tan Phu Forest Enterprise 2Days 12/08/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$320.00
Orange – necked Partridge (Arborophila davidi), an endemic species to Vietnam, this species was listed as Endangered category in IUCN redlist. Although distribution range of this species covers Binh Phuoc -“ Dong Nai and a part of Lam Dong province but nowhere we are easy to find them, except Tan Phu forest enterprise.
This Myanmar (Burma) ecotourism, birding, birds watching and culture tours site, Bagan is situated on the east bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, Central Myanmar Dry Zone and is semi-desert with scrub and scattered trees. In this site only 138 bird species have been recorded, but it is believed that others are yet to be discovered.
per person$2720.00
Preah Vihear Province on the northern plains, stopping en route near Kompong Thom to search for the endangered Bengal Florican and Manchurian Reed Warbler in the floodplain grasslands. Other grassland birds may include Small Buttonquail, Australasian Bushlark, and Asian Golden and Streaked Weavers.
per person$960.00
Begin this 6-day Siem Reap tour at the fabled temples of Angkor, when you explore the 12 century temple on both foot and from the elevated perspective of a balloon ride. Begin the second day of this adventure wut an early morning tour of the Rolous Group temples, exploring the surrounding countryside by cow cart while stopping to interact with the local Khmer people. Continue the day with the unique encounter of a private blessing from a Buddhist monk before discovering the ancient city of Angkor Thom in an eco-friendly electric vehicle.
per person$480.00
The Tmatboey Ibis Project aims to conserve some of South-east Asia’s rarest species by directly linking revenue from bird-watching tourism to maintenance of species’ populations. The site supports globally important breeding populations of two Critically Endangered Ibis species: the Giant Ibis – a near-mythical species for bird-watchers, naturalists and conservationists – and the White-shouldered Ibis – the only known nesting site in mainland Asia for this species.

Cambodia Bird Watching Tour 14Days 12/08/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$2240.00
Cambodia Cycling provides professional bird watching tour accompanied by experienced bird watching guide with bird list. Prek Toal is one of the biggest bird sanctuary: Milky Stork (10 pairs), Painted Stork (100 pairs), Asian Open Bill (1500 pairs), Lesser Adjutant (40 pairs), Greater Adjutant (30 pairs), Spot-billed Pelicans (700 pairs), Black-head Ibis (200 pairs), Glossy Ibis (50 pairs), Grey-head Fish-Eagle (15 pairs)

Cambodia Birding Tour 13Days 12/08/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$2080.00
For many years Cambodia suffered from a seemingly unending civil war, which effectively closed the country off to visitors. Finally however this conflict ended and Cambodia is now open to the outside world and is welcoming tourists. Certainly the most outstanding tourist attractions are the temples surrounding Siem Reap in the heart of the Khemer Empire – an empire that lasted from the 9th to the 15th centuries. The best known of these temples is Angkor Wat, with its soaring towers and intricate wall carvings, but many lesser known temples abound, some growing out of the dense jungle that has reclaimed them over the centuries.
per person$160.00
Along with Prek Toal and Tmatboey, Ang Trapeang Thmor should surely figure as one of the prime birding sites of northwest Cambodia. The protected area is a huge reservoir built by the Khmer Rouge featuring extensive wet grasslands which grade into deciduous dipterocarp forest. It is most renowned for being the home of the largest-known flock of the rare Sarus Crane during the dry season (January-April). But almost 200 other species have been documented since the discovery of the site by the late Sam Veasna in 1998. At the height of the dry season – in March and April – feeding herds of the endangered Eld’s Deer can be seen at the fringes of the reservoir.

Cambodia Birds And Temples Tour 9Days 12/09/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$1440.00
Endangered Bengal Floricans, Greater & Lesser Adjutant Storks and Giant Ibises are among the treats in store for us on our pioneering trip to Cambodia – together with some of the most impressive historic sites in the world, including the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat. Our trip will also help local conservationists protect the vulnerable forests of the area.

Cambodia Birdwatching Tour 7days 12/09/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$1120.00
The Mekong River is one of the main national resources in Cambodia and it flows through Cambodia from Laos to Vietnam. Our 7-day Mekong cycling tour starts from Phnom Penh and goes up following the stream to Koh Dach (Weaving Village), Kampong Cham Province, Kratie (where we’ll see the Mekong dolphins, to finally end up in Angkor, Siem Reap.
per person$2080.00
Preah Vihear Province on the northern plains, stopping en route near Kompong Thom to search for the endangered Bengal Florican and Manchurian Reed Warbler in the floodplain grasslands. Other grassland birds may include Small Buttonquail, Australasian Bushlark, and Asian Golden and Streaked Weavers. As we near the dry dipterocarp woodland surrounding Thmatboey, we’ll look out for birds such as the Alexandrine Parakeet and the near-threatened White-rumped Falcon, endemic to Southeast Asia. We’ll settle into our accommodation in the village’s ecotourism cottages, arranged under the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Ibis Tourism Project

Cat Tien Birds Photography Tour 4 Days 12/09/2015 - 12/31/9999

per person$640.00
Bar-bellied and Blue-rumped Pittas are the most attractive to keen photographers. During breeding time (February to March), they usually come out to an area where we can set up hide (blind) to get best shots