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Birds of Northern Tanzania

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Tour Operator: Tropical Trails - Wilderness Trails

Safari for Bird Lovers with naturalist guide

January 4 to 16, 2015 and April 10 to 22, 2015

Safari tour package: A set-date, set-itinerary, group safari
Prices and Dates: $3710
Includes internal flights: No
Length of safari: 13 days
Best months: January
Countries visited TanzaniaTanzania
Parks visited Arusha, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti, Tarangire
Activity level Easy - Game drives, bush dinners
Safari type:
  • Big five
  • Birding
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As a true lover of nature with even the mildest interest in birds, you will definitively fall in love with Tanzania. It is truly a superb destination with some 1,100 bird species to look for. Of the ten endemic bird families known in Africa, eight can be found here. This safari has been carefully designed for those who want to concentrate upon birds, yet you will have countless opportunities to savor the viewing of other animals. Our special nature walks will give you the chance to enjoy a break from being in the 4x4 vehicles and to observe nature at your rhythm.
In the company of our senior safari guide and lifelong naturalist James Wolstencroft, you will learn a great deal about birds and you will also undertake a humanistic journey. A safari where all your senses will be called into action, to appreciate not only the wildlife itself, but also the spectacular ecological landscapes that these 'mega-faunas' create. Landscapes which will soon imbue you with their unique and subtle magic.


Safari for birders, bird-watchers and bird-lovers of all ages and abilities
Safari on full board accommodation
Maximum 3 persons per vehicle to ensure the best viewing conditions
Lodges and Tented Camps specially selected for their charm, surrounding birdlife, comfort and high standard of hospitality
Itinerary focused upon the best birding locations
Professional driver/naturalist guide with first aid certificate for each vehicle
Your Birding Tutor: James Wolstencroft