Brazil is the second most endemic-rich country in the world, with the rainforests of the Amazon holding a significant number of such specialities. This tour covers the Amazon rainforest and Pantanal wetlands, but also spends time in the vastly different dry cerrado, which adds a whole swathe of species. From watching birds at the feeders […]

 

Uganda is known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’: an unforgettable yet affordable wildlife and birding destination. A safe, friendly country with good roads and excellent training programs for local guides, Uganda has become one of Africa’s most outstanding destinations for birders and wildlife enthusiasts. Not only does it offer the prehistoric looking Shoebill, Green-breasted Pitta, […]

 

Visiting iconic birding destinations such as Shark Bay, inland WA, the Pilbara, the Kimberley (incl. Broome) and Mitchell Plateau, expect to see over 200 species, including Sandhill/Western/Pilbara/Black Grasswren, Western Quail-thrush, Grey & Kimberley Honeyeater, many endemics and a vast array of exciting other birds! Following 2 successful Air Safari birding tours, we’re proud to offer […]

 

Join Bellbird’s spectacular Tanzania tour in 2021! The Serengeti; a vast unspoiled savannah, hosts the most spectacular concentration of animals on our planet: herds of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras; lions, leopards, cheetahs and smaller predators; and scavengers such as jackals and vultures are ever present. This tour allows plenty of opportunity to savor the big […]

 

Costa Rica is a rugged, rainforested Central American country that is well-known for its beaches, volcanoes, and biodiversity. Roughly a quarter of its area is made up of protected jungle teeming with wildlife. It’s one of the world’s biodiveristy hotspots: Costa Rica has twelve of the Earth’s eighteen different habitat zones. The country is a […]

 

This is a short tour of the ‘triangle’ part of the United Arab Emirates: the peninsula to the south-east and north-east of Dubai. The avifauna is an east-meets-west blend of Palearctic and Oriental species, amongst the latter being ubiquitous Purple Sunbirds, Red-wattled Lapwings, Little Green Bee-eaters and Grey Francolins. Add to all these possibilities the […]

 

Chestnut-breasted Whiteface is one of the most difficult species for birders to see, because of its very small distribution in remote outback locations, and its elusive nature. It has recently disappeared from one of its key locations leaving only a few spots where it can still reliably be found. This year we’re offering a short […]

 

This tour is desgined to link our preceding Nine Grass-wren and following Tropical & Far-North Queensland bird-ing tours, as a pleasant alternative to get from Mount Isa to Cairns. It can be taken as a stand-alone tour as well. We will be exploring the Gulf and Savannah country, the stark landscape around Mount Isa and […]

 

Tropical & Far North Queensland (the area around Cairns and all the way up the Cape York Peninsula) is without doubt one of Australia’s top birding destinations. A variety of tropical habitats including rainforests, palm-fringed beaches, mangrove-lined mudflats, tropical savannahs and cool mountain ranges result in a bird diversity unparalleled elsewhere in the country. During […]

 

During our recent trip to Ethiopia, we found that birding there is unexpectedly easy, the birds plentiful and approachable. During our exploratory trip we had no less than 355 species in an action-packed 9 days, without too much hard work. In addition we saw some great mammals, including the rare lynx-like Caracal, and even Ethiopian […]