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Hoopoe Lark in Morocco join us in April 2019



Join us for the best Birdwatching Trips around the world!





Mountains, Deserts & Coast: the Best of Morocco



6th - 18th April 2019, small group tour for six guests only with three guides.


Black-crowned Tchagra a beautiful songster this bird.



Expect 200 species of bird on this action-packed birdwatching adventure as we travel through stunning landscapes. From the high Atlas mountains where we search for Crimson-winged Finch near the snow-line, through the beautiful and stark Sahara Desert down the wild Atlantic coast. Superb food, lovely hotels and friendly people. Morocco is a colurful, magical country packed with exciting birds.

Just two places left on this exciting trip.

£3750 per person sharing, single supplement £600, fully inclusive excluding international flights.

Superb Spring birding in Georgia Boost Your List



21st - 30th April 2019, small group tour for six guests only.


Guldenstadt's Redstart just one of the mega birds on this amazing tour.



We enjoy the very best birdwatching this dramatic country has to offer with a mouthwatering list of Western Palearctic rarities

Just two places left on this exciting trip
£2195 per person sharing, single supplement £225, fully inclusive

Birding in the Land of the Midnight Sun: Finland and Norway



25th May - 8th June 2019, small group tour for six guests only

Join us as we look for owls, woodpeckers, migrants and Arctic specialists

Just one place left on this exciting trip

Ural Owl 1

Ural Owl just one of the many amazing species of owl we enjoy.



£3250 per person sharing, single supplement £395, fully inclusive excluding international flights

Midsummer Birdwatching in Norfolk



15th – 19th June 2019, small group tour for six guests only

Spoonbills Cley 5

Spoonbills just one of a wonderful array of species we will enjoy in Norfolk.



Join us as we look for all the special breeding birds and rarities

Just two places left on this exciting trip

£1275 per person sharing, single supplement £0, fully inclusive

Heads Up! Uganda: the Pearl of Africa



We’re planning another two-week tour here, December 2020



Shoebill a must see bird and Uganda is THE place to see them!



450 species of birds including Shoebill, 50 species of mammals including mountain gorillas. Please ask for details of this mind-blowing tour.

To book your place on any of these tours or if you would like more information on any of our trips please email us here...

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

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