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Trinidad And Tobago Nature Tour Trinidad And Tobago Nature Tour
On this tour, we hope to show you some of the 2300 species of flowering plants, 600 or so different butterflies and over 470 species of birds that can be found on these islands. Visit vast areas of lush tropical rainforests and wetlands teeming with exotic wildlife such as the Caroni swamp where you can watch thousands of Trinidad’s national bird, the Scarlet Ibis, flock home to roost or the remote beaches where giant Leatherback turtles keep returning to lay their eggs.
Trinidad And Tobago Bird Watching Holiday Trinidad And Tobago Bird Watching Holiday
For either the novice interested in bird watching or the dedicated ornithologist, this twin island republic is a true birdwatching paradise, a year round destination, where the many birding sites and wildlife sanctuaries are easily accessible. There are few places in the world where so many bird species can be seen in such a small area, many of them unique, very rare, or of particular interest.
Trinidad And Guyana Bird Watching Tour Trinidad And Guyana Bird Watching Tour
This comprehensive tailor-made itinerary starts with 5 days in Trinidad, staying at the world reknowned Asa Wright Nature Centre, which is the perfect gentle introduction to South American birding. This is followed by 9 nights in Guyana, located on the north eastern shoulder of South America and just one hours flight away from Trinidad, it is the gateway to both Amazonia and the Caribbean. Still little known, Guyana's lush interior, criss-crossed by a myriad of rivers and cascading waterfalls, enveloped by virgin rainforest, revealed in its far-stretching savannahs and teeming with tropical wild life rivals the best nature and adventure destinations anywhere else in the world.
Chiloe Island Bird Watching Holiday Chiloe Island Bird Watching Holiday
Discover the wonders that Darwin saw on his journey to the south of Chile. Explore this fascinating territory of the Chilean Rainforest to see the same species of flora and fauna described by one of the Fathers of Modern Science. During the course of five days you can explore the hidden corners of Chiloe on foot and by water. In Chiloe fishing boats you will discover the coast of the island, where you can spot several species of mammals, shorebirds and seabirds, not to mention the Humboldt Penguin and the Magellanic Penguin.
Ecuador Ecolodge Holiday Ecuador Ecolodge Holiday
The lodge is just a part of a large conservation project that includes the conservation of approximately 52,000 acres of the most pristine Amazon Rain Forest within the Yasunì National Park. This is an important biosphere reserve and the largest tract of tropical rain forest in Ecuador.The Lodge is located by the Anangucocha lake, within the ancestral lands of the Anangu Quichua community and was built in conjunction with EcoEcuador, a non-profit organization dedicated to conservation efforts in Ecuador. On forest trails you are guided by native guides, and you will see monkeys, lizards, tortoises, frogs and army ants in addition to an array of birds. These include toucans, macaws, parrots, manakins and hummingbirds.
Colombia Bird Watching Holiday Colombia Bird Watching Holiday
Colombia is a land of contrasts and the second most bio-diverse country in the world, after Brazil. This diversity of flora and fauna makes Colombia a paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers. Wherever you are in the country, the birding is sure to astound. More than 1900 species of birds can be found here, 74 of which are endemic, as well as 3500 species of butterflies, 3500 species of orchids – the list goes on! There are an impressive number of National Parks in which to enjoy the landscape and to observe the wildlife and on this tour we will show you the best.
Ecuador Bird Watching Tour Ecuador Bird Watching Tour
Ecuador is one of the premier destinations for birding in the world. Nowhere else on the planet can you find this diversity in such a small country! Ecuador can boast of about 1630 species, and is the fourth richest bird country in the world. It has a great bio-diversity from sea level and up to more than 6000 metres. The country owes much of this diversity to the many different types of flora to be found here. Coastal forest, rain forest and cloud forest provide plenty of different habitats for birds to live in. With the best guides and experts you will be experimenting the best of birdwatching in Ecuador.

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