Birding Day Trips and Tours with Alan and Ruth of Birdwatching Trips

Let us be your guides for a birdwatching day trip or tour in Britain and overseas

Day Trips
UK Tours
Overseas Tours

Fancy a one-day birdwatching trip? Or maybe you'd like a longer multi-day birding tour or holiday? We have been watching birds and sharing them with others for many years so we know just what it takes to make the perfect birdwatching experience.

First of all, we know where the birds are! We've written birdwatching site guides and explored much of the world with our binoculars, so we know the right places to see the birds. But we know it's just as important for you to enjoy yourself too. So we only take small groups and always spend time enjoying all the birds we encounter. Whether you are just beginning your birdwatching adventures or have been watching birds for years, all you need is enthusiasm. We take care of the rest.

Our tours include exciting birds in beautiful places and plenty of cosy cafes too. And we arrange delicious meals and comfy accommodation on our longer birdwatching trips. We offer set departure daytrips and longer tours in North Wales where we are based, across Britain, in Europe and further afield. Take a look at our Daytrips and UK and Overseas Tours pages to see where we could take you next.

Can't see what you're looking for? Simply email us on and we can put together a custom-made daytrip or tour just for you. Prefer to chat? Just call us on 01492 872407 and we can discuss your perfect birdwatching experience. We look forward to sharing great birds with you!

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