Ecuador Is One Of The Birdwatching Trips To Take So Many Birds

How about this for a mind-blowing bird Giant Antpitta just fantastic!

Ecuador is widely regarded as one of the best birding destinations in the world and the rewards of birding here are unsurpassed. After just ten days of seeing numerous new families and having the intricacies of Neotropical birding explained, you will find it is highly addictive. It just does not get better than this and for those of you who would feel empty if you left Ecuador without a condor, we have included a short High Andes excursion in our tour. During our 2018 tour we saw and enjoyed 352 species of bird! A mind-blowing experience!

One of Alan's favourites Ecuadorian birds the Ornate Flycatcher.

Come and join us in this birdwatching paradise in November 2020 we have tailor made this tour to deliver superb birds with limited travel in country and wonderful lodges with great food. If you want to try South American birding this is the tour for you, we spend our time enjoying the birds. Our main base is the beautiful Tandayapa Bird Lodge where the birds at the lodge are enough to blow your mind. Hummingbirds throng the deck, Tanagers are a riot of colour from the dinning room window and you may see a Trogon from your bedroom! The lodge is situated perfectly to reach a wide array of habitats, and their birds, with minimal driving, more time to enjoy the birds.

A magnificent Andean Condor photographed on our 2018 Ecuador tour, superb views enjoyed.

This tour is great for photography too, we will enjoy time with the birds.

This Black-capped Tanager really showed off for us a stunner.

Blue-necked Tanager came to the feeding station allowing wonderful views.

How about this gem? Booted-racket-tail Hummingbird at Tandayapa Lodge.

Chesnut-crowned Antpitta one of seven species of this hard to see family we enjoyed.

This bird has to be seen, Andean-cock-of-Rock at dawn hence poor photo.

Crimson-rumped Toucanet showed off at Tandayapa Bird Lodge a superb place.

These Darl-backed Wood-Quail are usually hard to see, not on our tour.

Come and join us for ten bird filled days in Ecuador in November 2020 and have your mind-blown! We know you will love every second of it and we will ensure you are very well looked after. Our small group tours give you the very best chances to see all the birds possible. The pace of our tour allows for plenty of time to really enjoy each species and obtain great photos of so many amazing birds. Ecuador really is a birding paradise come and see!

Our next Ecuador Birdwatching Trips tour runs 14th - 23rd November 2020. To book your place, just six guests, please email us here or for more information see our "Tours" pages or email us for trip information here....

We look forward to sharing one of our very favourite destinations with you, Alan has visited thirteen times so you can judge it has to be very special for birds!

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