Finding the Night Masters (Exclusive Owl Tour) 4 Nights/ 5 Days
“Most backyard bird watchers think the bird population comes alive in early morning, but you will probably be pleasantly surprised to learn that a large part of the bird world becomes active as the sun goes down. Nocturnal birds prepare for eating and their daily activities when the darkness comes upon the world. So, for some really interesting birding, not your average watching in the backyard, get your flashlights ready for some night bird watching”.
Day 1,2,3,4 – Thattekkad
Thattekkad is a lowland forest with several types of eco-systems – river line, grasslands, evergreen, scrub, dry deciduous, lowland forest, enabling it to be one of the best birding destinations in India. This is also home to most of the endemics of the Western Ghats. One should sight owls like Mottled Wood Owl, Ceylon Bay Owl, Oriental scopes owl, Brown Fish Owl, Spot-bellied Eagle Owl, Indian scopes owl, Jungle Owlet, Barn Owl, Brown Hawk Owl & Some Night Jars like Jerdons Night Jar, Great- Eared Night Jar, Savanna Night Jar, Indian Night Jar & Sri Lankan Frogmouth
Day Birding One should sight the Whitebellied Treepie, Rufous Babbler, Crimsonbacked Sunbird, White Bellied Blue Flycatcher, Wayanad Laughing Thrush, Malabar Parakeet, Malabar Grey Hornbill, Malabar Trogon etc Accommodation – Hornbill Camp (4 Nights/5 Days)
Includes: Accommodation with all meals, transportation for birding, , parking fees & toll, Birding Charges (Day Session & Nocturnal Session), bottled water, Kayaking, Cycling, entrance fees to parks & sanctuaries and all taxes.
Climate: June to September are the monsoon months. Rains may occasionally extend to October and early November. The temperatures in the plains are likely to be high during March to May.