Bagan world heritage is an ancient city that was the capital of the first Burmese empire. It is located in the dry central plains of the country, on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River. As the heart of Burma during ancient times, Bagan serves as home to temples and buildings built from the 11th century to the 13th century. There are more than 2,000 pagodas and temples to be found, most of which were built by the ancient kings and leaders of Burma. Beautiful species of birds can be found covered with acacia and dry monsoon forests and cultivated farm land by indigenous people. The Six endemic bird species White-throated Babbler, Jerdon’s Minivet, Hooded Treepie, Burmese Bushlark, Burmese Collared-dove and Ayeyarwady Bulbul have to be found here among glorious temples. The Laggar Falcon parching on the temple is one of the attraction of Bagan birding.
This tour through 6 top birding sites in Myanmar with unique cultural heritage. Birding at secondary forest, broad leaves forest, deciduous forest, wetland, alpine forest, oak forest, bamboo forest, rhododendron forest, pine forest, evergreen forest, meadow and tall grass land for over 200 bird species with amazing landscape.
The tour is focusing on world-famous Bagan(10th – 13th century) in dry zone area and Natmataung (Mt.Victoria) to target 9 endemic species of birds, rare species, Himalayan species, near-endemic species of birds along with the different habitats. Opportunity to get and touch with nature and rural life of the village people in the country site. Amazing Birding with expert bird guide.