Tours for Two in North Wales 2022

Enjoy our special three-day Birdwatching Trips tailormade just for you

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for more information about our exciting Tours for Two in 2022 in North Wales

Charismatic Chough, definitely high on our must-see list!

This is a three-day birding tour in North Wales.

We know how important peace of mind is in these uncertain times. Everyone wants to get out and about and enjoy our wonderful birds and countryside, but might not want to join a group tour just yet. Our Tours for Two are the answer!

Due to popular demand and sell-out tours, we are excited to offer more of our special three-day guided Birdwatching Trips in North Wales in 2022 for just two guests booking together. Two guides, two guests and lots of birds!

Autumn is a wonderful time of year for enjoying a fantastic variety here in North Wales with an exciting mix of resident, summer, winter and passage migrant birds all available to see. You can expect to enjoy over 120 species of birds during your three-day Tour for Two and what's more, in beautiful places while having the opportunity to learn more about the birds we encounter.


We check the fast-flowing streams for Dipper

As a Tour for Two we can tailor the trip to be perfect for you, so we can include looking for other wildlife such as red squirrels and Atlantic grey seals, and/or cultural sights such as a guided walk around Conwy town which you might like to explore. Our Tours for Two are incredibly flexible so we know you will have the best possible experience with us.

On a three-day Tour for Two, we can offer our Best of North Wales itinerary which encompasses a wide variety of habitats on the beautiful island of Anglesey, around Snowdonia and along the coast of the North Wales mainland, giving you the chance to look for a great cross-section of birds. But as a Tour for Two, we can also tailor the trip to suit you, so if you would like to visit a particular area or look for a specific bird, no problem! Just let us know and we will build this into your very own tailormade itinerary to suit you.

Ruff Sept Titchwell

Juvenile Ruff may be possible at this exciting time of year

Our Tours for Two are aimed primarily at couples or two people who are happy to share, so with just two guests on the trip, there’s no need to worry about mixing with larger groups. And with just two guests and two guides on our tours, it’s like having your own personal guide. With our top-of-the-range telescopes on hand for you to use, you can enjoy the very best possible views of each bird we encounter. Go on, fill your boots with amazing views of the birds through our telescopes for as long as you like – there’s no queue of other guests waiting for their turn with the scope on our Tours for Two!

We always know the best places to go birdwatching in the great outdoors well away from the crowds, and we can start when you like, finish when you like and go at a pace that is perfect for you, with plenty of time to enjoy all the birds we encounter, take photos and ask lots of questions along the way. Our Tours for Two offer you the ultimate flexibility for YOUR perfect Birdwatching Trip. And if you find nearer the time that you're not able to join us because of COVID-19 restrictions or we're not able to run the tour for the same Covid reason, we will of course be happy to refund you in full straight away, or re-book you onto a later tour if you prefer. Rest assured that you're in good hands as we have been certified 'Good to Go' by VisitWales, the official Welsh Tourist Board.

Keep an eye out for a handsome juvenile Wheatear passing through

During the tour in autumn we will look for such exciting species as:

Red-throated Diver, Great Northern Diver, Great Crested Grebe, Slavonian Grebe, Fulmar, Manx Shearwater, Gannet, Shag, Great Egret, Pintail, Eider, Common Scoter, Pale-bellied Brent Goose, Red-breasted Merganser, Goosander, Red Kite, Hen Harrier, Goshawk, Peregrine Falcon, Red Grouse, Black Grouse, Water Rail, Avocet, Golden Plover, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Ruff, Greenshank, Arctic Skua, Mediterranean Gull, Common Guillemot, Razorbill, Black Guillemot, Stock Dove, Kingfisher, Skylark, Rock Pipit, Grey Wagtail, Dipper, Stonechat, Ring Ouzel, Chough, Lapland Bunting and any other migrants and rarities that may occur at this great time of year. Expect to enjoy around 120 species on the tour.

Great Orme

View of the Great Orme, just some of the stunning scenery we will enjoy!

What's included in our Three Day Tours for Two in North Wales:

  • Three full days' guided birdwatching
  • Entrance fees to reserves
  • Use of our field guides
  • Use of our top-of-the-range Leica telescopes
  • Free loan of Leica binoculars if requested in advance
  • Checklist of the birds we will be looking for

What's not included:

  • Travel to/from North Wales
  • Accommodation - we are very happy to suggest a range of places to stay, and we can offer a door-to-door service on the day for anyone staying in Llandudno. There is a huge variety of accommodation here to suit all tastes and budgets
  • Any meals, drinks and snacks
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Travel insurance.

The price of our Three Day Tours for Two in North Wales is £900 for the trip, that works out at just £450 per person sharing.

Lapland Bunting March 2015 3

Lapland Bunting: North Wales has a good record of turning up these scarce passage migrants

New dates now available, please email us for details on

Monday 24th - Wednesday 26th October 2022

We will be scheduling more new dates for North Wales Tours for Two in 2023 so please do check back for more. But if you are interested in particular dates, please do get in touch with us on

Of course, we always have the chance to look for our famous Great Orme goats!

If you'd like to read more about what happens on our Tours for Two in North Wales, please see our blog below about the Tour for Two we ran in previously for Sue and Andy:

Three Day Custom Tour for Two In North Wales 28_30 September 2020

We look forward to hearing from you and sharing lots of exciting birds with you !

We've been certified Good to Go by VisitWales, the official Welsh Tourist Board

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