JUNGLE LORE BIRDING LODGE - A birding lodge that is Genuine and Authentic as the Wild.
Your Take Away
The town of Pangot, a world-famous birding site
Trekking in the Kilbury forest will make one adore mother nature more & more
The Himalayas, God’s most beautiful gift to us and it is worth watching from an entirely different angle
Every bird has its own call; the more one concentrates, the more one hears a beautiful symphony going on
The snow-clad cliffs of Cheena peaks give a temptation to conquer it once
Spending time alone in the quite hideout is the best way to know one’s inner self
Volunteering to zero waste drive in Pangot is one of the ways to contribute to nature’s conversation
The unique flora & fauna makes it an interesting space to commence a wildlife research
Sometimes staying close to nature gives a perspective on life
Welcome to Birdwatching Tours in India
Who does not like watching colorful birds chirping and resting in their natural habitat? Well, we know that you like watching these colorful birds, hence, we at Jungle Lore are offered you exciting bird watching experiences. Our packages are well-designed itineraries that include bird watching tours throughout the North Indian regions as well as extensions to the Indian Subcontinent.
Our packages are not just any Bird Watching Tour in India; Our tours are customized with expert guides, serene locations, birding hotspots, cozy birding lodges and forest lodges, farm fresh Indian meals.
Who are we?
The Jungle Lore Birding Lodge is a part of Asian Adventures.an establishment, successfully running since 1994. The bird breaks that we have are designed, are not just for the serious birder but also for beginners, for individuals wanting to unwind in the midst of nature.
Why choose Jungle Lore Birding Lodge?
A birding lodge that is Genuine and Authentic as the Wild.
One lonely trail, bordered by trees It’s face covered with green Led straight into alluring woods And beyond to the unseen I write these lines as I stand at the starting point of the trek to Cheena Peak, near Pangot. [...]