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Thailand Bird Watching Tours with Experienced Local English Speaking Guide in Chiang Mai, Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Dao, Doi Lang

1 to 6 days bird watching at the best areas in North Thailand. We provide transportation and accommodations for our Thailand bird watching tour to and from all areas starting in Chiang Mai Thailand. Select the area you would like for Bird Watching below then use the form to contact us for reservations and more information.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Outstanding Birdwatching Tour

If you want to find birds, go with All Thailand Experiences. My wife and I have been birding on several continents (Costa Rica, Peru, etc) and have never had a better birding experience…..READ MORE

Click here See our bird photos with location maps taken during our bird watching tours.

  • Ashy Woodswallow
  • Asian Barred Owlet
  • Black-crested Bulbul
  • Black-crowned Night Heron
  • Chestnut-headed Bee-eater
  • Collard Falconet
  • Common Iora
  • Common Kingfisher
  • Coppersmith Barbet
  • Little Green Bee-eater
  • Purple Sunbird
  • Red Avadavat
  • Green-billed Malkoha
  • Hill Blue Flycatcher
  • Rosy Minivet
  • Scarlet-backed Flycatcher
  • Rufus Treepie
  • White-crested Laughingthrush
  • White-rumped Shama
  • White-throated kingfisher

Chiang Mai Thailand
Bird Watching Tour

This 1 day bird watching tour with local English speaking experienced birding guide is excellent for first time birders or passionate bird photographers with little time in Chiang Mai. It is very possible to spot more than 60 different species in just 1 day. Includes transportation by private air conditioned van, lunch, bottled water.

  • Ashy Wood Pigeon
  • Asian Emerald Cuckoo
  • Bar-winged Flycatcher Shrike
  • Black Bulbul
  • Black-throated Sunbird
  • Blossom-headed Parakeet
  • Blue-bearded Bee-eater
  • Blue-fronted Redstart
  • Blue-throated Batbet
  • Blue Whistling Thrush
  • Chestnut-bellied Rockthrush
  • Chestnut-flanked White-eye
  • Chestnut-tailed Minla
  • Chestnut-vented Nuthatch
  • Green-tailed_Sunbird
  • Grey-cheeked Fulvetta
  • Scarlet Minivet
  • Silver-eared Mesia
  • Small Niltava
  • White-capped Water Redstart
  • Common Hoopoe

Doi Inthanon National Park Bird Watching

At least 266 bird species are resident on the mountain. The status of a further 12 bird species is unclear, but breeding is suspected in many of these. The remainder (104 species) are non-breeding winter bird visitors or passage migrants..Because of the different altitudes from 400 to over 2500 meters, a wide variety of bird species can be seen.

  • Ashy Drango
  • Asian Fairy Bluebird
  • Black-hooded Oriole
  • Black-naped Oriole
  • Blue-winged Leafbird
  • Common Tailorbird
  • Eurasian Jay
  • Fire-breasted Flowerpecker
  • Great Tit bird
  • Greater-necklaced Laughingthrush
  • Grey-chinned Minivet
  • Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher
  • Pygmy-blue Flycatcher
  • Rufous-backed Sibia
  • Rufous-winged Buzzard
  • Slender-Billed Oriole
  • Sooty-headed Bulbul
  • Spectacled Barwing
  • Stripe-breasted Woodpecker
  • Violet Cuckoo

Chiang Dao Thailand Bird Watching Tour

This 1 day bird watching tour This birding tour is one of the best spots for Northern Thailand. It combines all habitats and altitudes for most of the birds found here. Excellent for bird photographers with little time in Chiang Mai. It is very possible to spot more than 60 different species in just 1 day. Includes transportation by private air conditioned van, lunch, bottled water.

  • Black-breasted Thrush
  • Blue-fronted Redstart
  • Blue-fronted Robin
  • Blue-throated Flycatcher
  • Changeable Hawk
  • Silver-eared laughingthrush
  • Chestnut-winged Cuckoo
  • Chinese Francolin
  • Common Hoopoe
  • Coral-billed Scimitar Babbler
  • Crimson Sunbird
  • Emerald Dove
  • Eurasian Woodcock
  • Giant-nuthatch
  • Golden-fronted Leafbird
  • Great Barbet
  • Siberian Blue Robin
  • Siberian Rubythroat
  • White-CrownedForktail
  • White-gorgetted Flycatcher
  • White Tailed Robin
  • Yellow Cheeked Tit bird

Doi Lang Mountain Bird Watching Tour

Doi Lang is the best area to view Thailand’s rarest birds such as the Mrs Hume’s Pheasant, Red-faced Liochichla, White-tailed Robin, Rufous Throated Partridge, White-rumped Falcon and more. Doi Lang is the second highest mountain in Thailand at over 2000 meters in altitude. 3 to 4 days is needed for this tour to cover both Eastern and Western slopes of the Doi Lang mountain and transportation from and return to Chiang Mai Thailand.

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

Enjoyable day of birding

I booked a day birding tour with All Thailand Experiences. They picked me up promptly on time and everything was just as agreed upon in the itinerary. My guide was excellent and I added a couple dozen birds to my life list. The guide was knowledgeable and great at spotting birds that I wouldn’t have otherwise seen. He also afforded plenty of time at each stop so I never felt rushed. Quite an enjoyable day.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Bird watching at Doi Lang

Really enjoyed the company of Grace and Jackee during the 4 day trip to Doi Lang. Besides recording 103 species, we had a lot of fun and the food was great! Excellent views of some of the birds. Notables were spot breasted parrotbill, rufous gorgetted flycatcher, Himalayan cutia, Siberian bluetail and a swag of laughing thrushes. As Arnie once said. I’ll be back!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Wonderful experience!!

Jackie and Grace, our birding guides provided us with most enjoyable trip of a lifetime! Not only did they know their birds, but they found over 40 species for us, were so much fun to be with, were super hospitable, and helped us with ordering food and checking into our hotel! It was like exploring with friends! We loved every minute!

Because of the Covid restriction now throughout the country we will resume our birding tours starting October 2022. Restrictions are being lifted slowly and normal travel should be implemented by then.

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