Upcoming Birdwatching Trips in 2024 and 2025

We have the following exciting Birdwatching Trips' tours coming up and we would love you to join us. As you can see, some tours are already fully booked so please do get in touch if you would like to secure any of the available places. We don't want you to miss out!

Two headed Puffin

Everybody loves to see a Puffin, but one with two heads?!


  • January - Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, 13th - 27th January 2024 - fully booked

  • February - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 17th - Wednesday 21st February 2024 - four places available

  • March - Iolo Williams North Wales Wildife Tour, Monday 4th - Friday 8th March 2024 - two places available

  • April - Extremadura, Spain with Iolo Williams, Sunday 28th April - Friday 3rd May 2024 - one place available

  • May - Finland and Arctic Norway, Saturday 25th May - Wednesday 12th June 2024 - provisionally fully booked

  • June - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 15th - Wednesday 19th June 2024 - four places available

  • June - Norfolk Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 22nd - Thursday 27th June 2024, fully booked

  • July - Best of Britain custom tour, 1st - 12th July 2024, fully booked

  • September - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 7th - Wednesday 11th September 2024, four places available

  • September - Yorkshire Migration, Saturday 28th September - Thursday 3rd October 2024, fully booked

  • October - Yorkshire Migration, Saturday 5th - Wednesday 9th October 2024, fully booked

  • October - Norfolk Migration Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 12th - Wednesday 16th October 2024, three places available

  • October - Norfolk Birdwatching Houseparty, Friday 18th - Friday 25th October 2024, provisionally fully booked

  • November - Iolo Williams North Wales Wildife Tour, Monday 25th - Friday 29th November 2024, three places available

  • December - Winter Wildlife of North Wales with Iolo Williams, Monday 9th - Friday 13th December 2024, four places available.

    Ring Ouzel, a mountain breeding specialist looking like a cross between a Blackbird and a vicar!


    Lots more trips still in the planning stage but so far we have:

  • April - Morocco Custom Tour, 1st - 16th April 2025 - fully booked

  • April - Extremadura Birdwatching Trip, 26th April - 3rd May 2025 - fully booked

  • May - Finland and Arctic Norway, 21st May - 11th June 2025 - six places available

    Please do check back soon for updates and new tours. If you would like a custom tour tailormade to be perfect for you, please do drop us a line on


    We look forward to hearing from you and sharing great birds with you!

    A flash of azure blue? No question, it has to be a Kingfisher!

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