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Birding Tour Jamaica: Jamaica at Its Best 2018



Welcome to our ‘Birding Tour Jamaica’ adventure. Birding Ecotours invite you to explore Jamaica: an extraordinary country in the heart of the Caribbean Sea. Even though Jamaica may be famous mainly for its beautiful tropical shores, exclusive beach resorts, Rastafarian culture together with its “cries of freedom”, Blue Mountain Coffee, and early James Bond adventures, the island is also home to 28 endemic birds species, plus a good number of Caribbean specialities shared with the neighboring islands only. This is by far some of the best birding experience in the West Indies

Our eight-day Birding Tour Jamaica excursion will give you a real chance to see all Jamaican endemics, such as the gorgeous Red-billed Streamertail, Black-tailed Streamertail, Jamaican Tody, Jamaican Owl, and Jamaican Blackbird, and we will also make a special effort to look for Northern Potoo and White-tailed Tropicbird.

This tour can be combined with our Birding Tour Cuba: Great Caribbean Birding and Endemics 2018 tour for a very comprehensive birding experience in the Caribbean.

Duration: 8 days

Limit (Group Size): 5 - 8

Date Start: March 12, 2018

Date End: March 19, 2018

Tour Start: Kingston

Tour End: Kingston

Price: US$4161 per person sharing, assuming 5 - 8 participants (Please contact us for the pricing for smaller groups.)

Single Supplement: US$516

Price includes:
Meals and non-alcoholic drinks
Accommodation
Guiding fees
Entrance fees
All transport while on tour
Bottled water and trail snacks throughout the tour
Tips at restaurants

Price excludes:
International flights
Airport taxes
Items of a personal nature, e.g. laundry, gifts
Alcoholic drinks
Personal insurance

Birding Tour Trinidad and Tobago - Scarlet Ibis

Birding Tour Trinidad and Tobago: Birding Adventure 2018

Duration: 11 days
Limit (Group Size): 6 - 8
Date Start: January 15, 2018
Date End: January 25, 2018
Price: US$5536 per person sharing
Details: Trinidad and Tobago are a remarkable set of islands, and a fantastic setting for Birding Tour Trinidad and Tobago. Located in close proximity to the mainland of South America, the islands enjoy both m

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Birding Tour Cuba - Cuban Green Woodpecker - William Price

Birding Tour Cuba: Great Caribbean Birding and Endemics 2018

Duration: 11 days
Limit (Group Size): 5 - 9
Date Start: March 02, 2018
Date End: March 12, 2018
Price: £3370 per person sharing, assuming 5-9 participants
Details: The smallest bird on the planet, Bee Hummingbird, a myriad Cuban Todies and Cuban Trogons in every patch of scrub, and a host of other endemics and regional specials – all on an island paradise that

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Australia and Barry Davies: When I found out it was Barry Davies that was leading the trip, I was thrilled as I had been in contact with him years ago when I was with Jaeger Tours, at the recommendations of a number of my friends that had travelled with him, so we knew each other! He was extraordinary – knew his stuff in and out about OZ and its flora and fauna and was great with the participants. We did Cairns & Darwin then an extension to Perth & Tasmania. Not sure how you would pick a favourite place from that. Each region is different and of course getting to see different parts of the country is something that I would have thought one would want to do if doing OZ. I would have loved to have seen more butterflies, mammals and reptiles than we did, but maybe that requires different locations and more time in the field. We did however get Platypus and Echidna. Butterflies are pretty much restricted to the north east. Timing for birds is tough as there is so much movement amongst them depending upon food sources, but I would have said we did pretty well. While obviously we wanted to see all we could, it was not the end of the world if we missed anything, and a huge list was not our goal. We were there in the dry season, I would hate to think what it would be like in the wet season, as a number of places/routes would have been under water, especially in the Darwin region. Accommodations on the whole were very good – I loved the different lodgings, many of which we had to do our own breakfast, with kitchen facilities in the cabins. The country is huge, and with very few people, less than SA!, so some of the locations there was little choices, especially for a large group, but Barry did great in getting what he did. At each region we had to get a bus, there were 14 of us – these varied between great to OK, as the on the extension we had to have one with a trailer.

Adrian Binns, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



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