Bhutan Birding Tours
Welcome to LANGUR ECO TRAVELS, one of Bhutan’s most successful Bird Watching, Wildlife Photography and Nature Tour specialists. Founded in 2006, Langur Eco Travels has been developing every year since, adding new tours and venturing further into previously unexplored territories.
Set between the Plains of India and the High Himalayas, Bhutan is the perfect escape from daily routine where, Snow-capped mountains, verdant valleys, dense jungles and crystal-clear rivers combine with a calming ancient Buddhist culture where no harm is permitted to any sentient being, results in Bhutan being one of the top bio-diversity countries in the world.
Langur Eco Travels invites you to share in the enjoyment of our set itineraries or with our help, arrange your own private journey; always with the expert care of our specialist guides.
Scheduled Bhutan Birding Tours
Bhutan at a Glance
Hear from our Clients
Chubzang Tangbi worked with Indus Films in 2008 on our TV project for BBC, A Year In Bhutan, researching, setting up programme content and travelling to Bhutan on location with the TV crew. Chubzang is a very agreeable, diligent and reliable person to have on a team. He showed a great deal of initiative and contributed substantially to both the location shoot and to the content of our programme. We enjoyed working with Chubzang and would highly recommend him to other visitors to Bhutan.
Our birding trip to Bhutan in 2012 was led by Chubzang Tangbi of Langur Eco Travels. He was an excellent leader and birder and he and his team of driver, cook and camp crew provided excellent logistical support. The nine nights in hotels were of a good comfortable standard and on the seven nights camping Langur Eco Travels provided comfortable tents, camp beds, sleeping bags, camp fires and hot water bottles when necessary, and a very ample kitchen offering tasty food in camp and in the field during birding. It was a nice size group and the camaraderie was excellent. Many thanks to Chubzang and Langur Eco Travels. The trip will be difficult to match.”