Come And Join Us For The Best Birdwatching Trips in 2019 and 2020!

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Golden Tanager photographed on one of our tours in Ecuador.

Places still available on our small-group tours for maximum six guests with at least two guides to give you the best possible experience. We would love you to join us on these wonderful Birdwatching Trips that we know you will love. Not only small groups but great hotels and lodges with wonderful food to ensure your holiday is not only packed with birds and wildlife but a real pleasure too. We know your holiday time is limited and we want to ensure it is filled with wonderful memories and lots of fun. A relaxed pace, yet still seeing lots of birds and wildlife, with options for earlier starts and later finshes if you wish gives makes our tours ideal for your partner who may not be as keen as you. With at least two guides on our trips we can be very flexible and ensure you will have the very best customer care. Come and join us!

Please email us on for more details or to book your place.

Best of North Wales At Peak Migration Time

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Wryneck that we found on Anglesey in September, photo by Martin Jones.

Monday 9th – Friday 13th September 2019, just three places left £875 per person sharing, no single supplement, fully inclusive

Japan in Winter: birding on ice

Alan's most wanted bird in the world - Steller's Eagle - join him to see it.

Sunday 26th January – Saturday 8th February 2020, price TBC, just two places left

Late Winter birding in Norfolk – New Tour!

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Skies full of geese that is winter birding in Norfolk!

Wednesday 11th – Sunday 15th March 2020 £995 per person sharing, single supplement £135, fully inclusive

Best of North Wales – New Tour! Saturday 21st – Wednesday 25th March 2020 £895 per person sharing, no single supplement, fully inclusive

Eagles and Otters on the Isle of Mull Saturday 28th March – Thursday 2nd April 2020, just two places left £1525 per person, single supplement £115, fully inclusive

Exciting Extremadura, Spain Saturday 11th – Thursday 16th April 2020, just two places left £1695 per person sharing, single supplement £295, fully inclusive apart from international flights

Best of North Wales – New Tour! Saturday 23rd – Wednesday 27th May 2020 £895 per person sharing, no single supplement, fully inclusive

The Scottish Highlands in May – New Tour! Saturday 30th May – Saturday 6th June 2020, prices TBC

Midsummer Birdwatching in Norfolk – New Tour! Saturday 20th– Saturday 27th June 2020, prices TBC

Yorkshire Seabirds and Raptors – New Tour! Monday 6th – Friday 10th July 2020, prices TBC

Autumn comes early to Suffolk – New Tour! Saturday 25th – Wednesday 29th July 2020, prices TBC

Early Autumn Migration in the Netherlands – New Tour! Saturday 8th – Thursday 13th August 2020, prices TBC

Best of North Wales – New Tour! Saturday 12th – Wednesday 16th September 2020 £895 per person sharing, no single supplement, fully inclusive

Raptor Migration and More! Tarifa, Spain – New Tour! Saturday 19th – Thursday 24th September 2020, prices TBC

Yorkshire Migration Special – New Tour! Saturday 3rd – Thursday 8th October 2020, prices TBC

Norfolk Birdwatching Houseparty Friday 16th – Friday 23rd October, prices TBC, just four places left!

Introduction to Ecuador, a birding paradise! – New Tour! Saturday 14th – Monday 23rd November, prices TBC

Uganda: Pearl of Africa Saturday 5th – Saturday 19th December 2020, just three places left! £6895 per person sharing, single supplement £875

For all tour where prices are still £TBC, we’re very happy to hold a place for you at no obligation on you all until we have been able to finalise our prices. We’d hate for you to miss out!

For more details of our Birdwatching Trips, please see: or email us on

We also run our popular daytrips throughout the year:

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North Wales has spectacular birds and scenery, Black Grouse displaying.

• Best of North Wales (coast and inland locations)
• Best of Anglesey
• Day on the Dee Estuary
• Uplands and Estuaries

For details of our all daytrips, please see: or email us on

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