Phulchowki Bird Watching Day Tour takes you on a short visit to the one of the highest hilltop in the south-east of Kathmandu valley just about 14 km away at approximately 2,800 meters above sea level. Its name, which means "hill of flower", comes from the Nepali word "Phul" mean flower and "Choki" mean hilltop. True to its name, during spring and autumn the hill becomes colourful with blooming different species of wildflower comprising Rhododendron (National flower of Nepal).
For the bird lover, Phulchoki is one of the best places for Bird Watching Tour because of about 90 species of the birds have been recorded including Endemic Spiny Babbler, Tits, Warblers, Curia, Mountain Hawk Eagle, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Black-throated Parrotbill, Thrushes and many migrant birds. Moreover, this is a perfect vintage to explore the array of flora and fauna, natural streams and the mesmerising closeup scene of the entire range of snowy mountains as well as the breathtaking view of Kathmandu valley in a clear day.