Lava and Rishyap fall in the outer periphery of the very famous Neora Valley National Park in North Bengal. a home to more than 250 species of birds. Every year, hundreds of tourists across the globe visit these places for bird watching. Lava and Neora Valley National Park the last of the few remaining bio-diversities in our country and a UNESCO World Heritage Site is the birder's paradise and called as an heaven on earth for nature lovers, bird watchers, trekkers. This pristine forest, still largely unexplored, offers protection to more than 250 species of birds which includes the bearded vulture, the Himalayan griffon, the red-legged falcon, the great pied hornbill, Jerdon's baza, Rusty-bellied Shortwing, Golden breasted Fulvetta along with pygmy wren babbler, scaly breasted wren babbler, Long billed Wren babbler, Rufous throated wren babbler, different species of cuckoos and many more, many of which are Red Listed according to IUCN. Dirtboots Adventure is going to organize bird watching camp at Lava and Rishyap in February'2016. Be a witness to the amazing beauty that nature has showered on these places.
The tentative itinerary is as follows :-
10th February - Pick up from NJP/ New Mal Junction rail station to Lava.
11th February - Bird Watching At Lava
12th February - Lava to Rishyap by car. Explore Rishyap
13th February - Bird watching at Rishyap and surroundings
14th February - Early morning walk at Rishyap. Drop till NJP/ New Mal Junction railway station
This program has limited seats. Please rush in your entries now !!!