10 days birding, 300 species.
Many Indian subcontinent endemics, upto 12 species of owls
Eldhose Bird Tours
One of the finest Birding expeditions you can find in Kerala as well as other southern parts of India (Tamilnadu & Karnataka) would be definitely Eldhose Bird Tours. As our aspire is to endow with the greatest possible service to our valuable clients, who are independent and tour clients, we are always ready at your service. We actually need our clients to be pleased with our service through the enthusiasm and enjoyment you get through the expedition.
Eldhose is the original master of birding in Southern India, especially this part of the Western Ghats.
Eldhose is a soft spoken guide, residing in Thattekad. He was birding since his seventh grade in the same area. His first binoculars was gifted to him to by Sir David Attenborough during the late nineties.
One of the “must photograph” birds on my list was the white bellied shortwing. Eldhose helped me to locate the bird.
Eldhose was a fantastic guide to have.
Eldhose Birding Lodge is especially popular with Asian bird photographers and photographers.
Eldhose K.V is not only an avid birder but a highly experienced ornithologist residing within the vicinity of the bird sanctuary.
Thattekad ( Thattekadu ) is a Bird’s Paradise, first time in my photography I have seen more than 52 + species in 2 days with the help of Eldhose K V and team.
Almost all serious birdwatchers and photographers interested in the endemics species of the Western Ghats have either visited him or planned to visit Eldhose’s homestay.
Eldhose K.V is an ardent and experienced ornithologist residing in Thattekkadu Bird Sanctuary in Central Kerala. He focuses on birding in whole of South India and he has been leading bird tours since 1999.
Vimal is a leading birding guide and is experienced in guiding birders all over South India, notably Thattekkad, Munnar and more.
Ajomon, a passionate naturalist, has extensive experience as tour leader across southern India and has a special interest in birds and mammals.