Pokhara Bird Festival

Pokhara Bird Festival

The Lake city of Pokhara is all set to organize first ever ‘Birds Festival’ from 3 – 5ht of July 2018. Goal of the festival is to bring awareness about the rich birdlife around Pokhara and to promote bird watching tourism.

The organizer at Pokhara Birds Community said it would be the first festival of its kind in Nepal. Participants from various organizations, environmentalists, eco-tourism experts and others are expected to make the festival successful.

According to Man Shanta Ghimire, chairman of the community, Pokhara has become an important destination for bird watching as it attracts thousands of tourists each year.

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“Bird tourism has had significant contribution to Pokhara. We believe it can contribute even more,” said Ghimire, who is also a guide to bird watching. He emphasized on government and entrepreneurs’ ingenuity for the promotion of bird tourism.

According to the organization, mostly tourists from the UK, the USA, Denmark, China, Malaysia and Thailand visit Pokhara for bird watching. Annapurna Conservation Area is rich in bird life with the record of 485 species of birds. Tourists trekking along the Annapurna Conservation Area also enjoy bird watching, said the chairman.

With the Lakes and lush and sloping mountainous terrain, Pokhara and its surrounding makes perfect destination for bird watching holiday.

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